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Netherlands: Serial Publications, 1940-1945 (continued)
2. Jaarg., Nrs. 355-357, 359-363, 365-368, 369-374
Oct. 5-7, 9-13, 14-28, 30 1944* *Oct. 26 missing pages.
2. Jaarg., Nrs. 383-392, 394, 396-399
Nov. 2-10, 13-17, 23, 30, 1944
2. Jaarg., Nrs. 410-435, Dec. 1-16, 19-30, 1944
2. Jaarg., Nrs. 436-439, 441-448, 450, 451, 453-456, 460, 461
Jan. 2-5, 8-16, 18, 19, 20-23, 27, 29, 1945
2. Jaarg., Nrs. 472, 474, 511-515, 518-520, 522, 523- 535, 537-549, 551, 554
Feb. 9-Apr. 20, 21, 23-May 3, 4, 6, 1945
(Bulletin) 2. Jaarg., Nrs. 14, 20-24, 26, 29, 30
Sept. 27, Oct. 7-19, 27, Nov. 11, 12, 1944
(Extra Bulletin) Nr. 42, Mar. 25, 1945
Folder 17: Telex (Bulletin) 2. Jaarg., Nrs. 14, 20-24, 26, 29, 30
Sept. 27, Oct. 7-19, 27, Nov. 11, 12, 1944
(Extra Bulletin) Nr. 42, Mar. 25, 1945
BOX 43 Folder 1: De Toekomst
Nrs. 1, 2, Oct. 15, Dec. 1943
Nrs. 4, 6-11, May, July 1944-Mar. 1945 (2 copies for Oct. 1944, Mar. 1945)
Speciaal Vredes En Bevrijdingsnummer (1945?) (2 copies)
Folder 2: Toekomst Weekblad voor Strijdend Nederland
Apr. 14, Oct. 21, Nov. 3, 11, 25, Dec. 2, 9, 23, 30, 1944
Jan. 6-Feb. 3, Feb. 9, 17, Mar. 3-31, Apr. 21, 28, 1945
Folder 3: Trouw
1. Jaarg., Nrs. 4, 5, 10, 13, Apr. 8, May 6, Aug. 31, Nov. 1943
2. Jaarg., Nrs. 3, 9, 14, 17, Mar., Sept. 11, Oct. ,Dec. 1944
Folder 4: Trouw, Special Uitgave voor 's-Gravenhage en Omstreken
Nrs. 3-5, Nov. 11, 25, Dec. 2, 1944
Nrs. 32, 33, 35, Apr. 4, 5, 10, 1945
Folder 5: V=Duitschland Verliest op Allefronten
Nrs. 37-41, 43, Dec. 1943-Jan. 14, Feb. 9, 1944.
Folder 6: Vermenigvuldigt En Verzendt Dit!
Nr. 5, July 24, 1940
Folder 7: De Vliegende Hollander
Nrs. 35, 54, 90, June 8, Oct. 6, Dec. 28, 1944
Nrs. 93, 100, 109, 114, 138, Jan. 12, Feb. 2, 28, Mar. 9, May 7, 1945
Folder 8: Vlugschrift Derde Front
Nr. 1, Feb. 1941
Folder 9: Vrij Nederland (Extra Bulletin)
Apr. 29, 1945
Folder 10: Het Vrije Geluid
2. Jaarg., Nr. 105, May 7, 1945
Folder 11: De Vrije Katheder
4. Jaarg., Nrs. 10, 12, 13, Feb., Apr., May 1944
Folder 12: De Vrije Kunstenaar
Nrs. 1, 2, May, June, 1942
Nr. 3, 1942 (no month listed)
Jan., Aug., Nov. 1943
Mar., May, June, Sept., Oct., Nov. 1, 15, 1944
Folder 13 through 14: Vry Nederland
1. Jaarg., Nr. 9, Mar. 29, 1941
2. Jaarg., Nrs. 13, 14, 16, 17, Apr. 24, May 8, June 23, July 23, 1942
3. Jaarg., Nrs. 1-4, 8-12, Aug. 19-Nov. 2, 1942, Mar. 21-July 30, 1943
4. Jaarg., Nrs. 1, 3-9, 14, Aug. 28, Sept., Oct. 6, 21, Nov. 16, Dec. 13, 1943, Jan. 24, Feb. 15, July 29, 1944
5. Jaarg., Nrs. 1, 6, 7, 11, 20, Aug. 19, Dec. 1, 21, 1944, Apr., Apr. 21, 1945
Folder 15: Vry Nederland Extra-Uitgave
Oct. 27, Dec. 10, 23, 1944 Jan., Eind Jan., Feb. 23, Begin Mar., Eind Mar., 1945
Folder 16: Vrye Katheder
Bulletin, May 3, 1945
BOX 95 Folder 1: Amsterdamsch Studenten Weekblad Propia Cures
Jaarg. 51, Nrs. 26, 28, 29, May 25, June 13 (with supplement), Aug. 1, 1940
Jaarg. 52, Nrs. 1, 3, 5, 8, Sept. 14, 28, Oct. 12, Nov. 2, 1940
Folder 2: Christofoor. See also Box 1, Folders 12-14 for other issues.
2. Jaarg., Nr. 10, Feb. 1945
Folder 3 through 4: Het Dagblad. See also Box 2, Folders 1-3 for other issues.
May 5-8, 1945 (2 copies for May 6, 7, 8)
May 9-15, 1945 (2 copies for May 9, 11, 14, 15)
BOX 96 Folder 1: Nederland Vecht
Marine nr., 1. Jaarg., Nr. 1, Jan. 1945
Folder 2: Het Nieuws. See also Box 2, Folders 14-16 for other issues.
Jan. 27, Feb. 24, Mar. 3, 1945
Folder 3: Ons Volk. See also Box 3, Folder 10 for other issue.
Extra nr., Sept. 5, 1944
Folder 4 through 6: Het Parool. See also Box 4, Folders 8-11 for other issues.
Nr. 20, Aug. 23, 1941
Nr. 62, Dec. 18, 1943
Nrs. 72-75, Nov. 7-28, 1944
Nrs. 76-78, Kerstnummer, 79, Dec. 5-26, 1944
Nrs. 80-82, Jan. 9-23, 1945 (2 copies for Jan. 9)
Nrs. 85, 86, 89, 91, Feb. 13, 20, Mar. 6, 13, 27, 1945
5. Jaarg., Nr. 97 (Undated)
Folder 7: Propria Cures
Jaarg. 52, Nrs. 9-12, Nov. 9-30, 1940
BOX 97 Folder 1: Spartacus Derde Front. See also Box 5, Folder 9 for other issues.
Nrs. 7-10 (Undated)
Folder 2: Spartacus Marx-Lenin-Luxembourg Front. See also Box 42, Folder 10 for other issue.
Nrs. 2-6, Feb.-Apr. (Year unknown) (Feb. mutilated)
Folder 3: De Telex. See also Box 42, Folders 12-16 for other issues.
2. Jaar., Nrs. 514, 515, 560, Mar. 28, 30, May 5, 1945
Folder 4: Toekomst
Nr. 12, Apr. 1945
Bulletin, May 6, 1945
Folder 5: De Vliegende Hollander
Nr. 105, Feb. 16, 1945
Folder 6: Vrij!
Nr. 2, Sept. 1, 1941
BOX 44 Netherlands: Miscellaneous Publications, 1940-1945
Dutch miscellaneous materials on the topic of underground movements in Europe During World War II. Includes leaflets, letters, memos, etc.
Arranged alphabetically by title.
BOX 44 Folder 1: Arbeidersbrieven voor Socialistische Eenheid. A leaflet claiming that the political systems of Germany, England, and the Soviet Union are not socialist and that the working classes of those counties must fight against the status quo. (Undated)
Folder 2: Bijvoegsel van - voor God ... Publication claims that 1943 was a hard year but the Dutch people have endured nobly. (Undated)
Folder 3: 31 Januari 1941. An anti-Nazi poem praising the House of Orange, and celebrating the third birthday of Princess Beatrix, who resides safely in Canada. (Undated)
Folder 4: Extra Bulletin. A short flyer describing a speech that President Roosevelt gave to the Canadian Parliament in which he claimed that the Allies have a plan to defeat Germany.
Aug. 26, 1943.
Folder 5: Extra Oranje-Bulletin. A leaflet urging Dutch citizens not to give German soldiers any winter clothing. (Undated)
Folder 6: Een Frije Aanklacht. A leaflet claiming that Dutch prisoners-of-war held by the Germans are being mistreated. (Undated)
Folder 7: De Fronten van 1939/1945. A map showing how much the Germans have retreated from their conquered territory by early 1945. (Undated)
Folder 8: Getuigenissen voor het Rijk* A pro-Nazi pamphlet presenting interviews with three Flemish youths who explain why they are serving in a Flemish SS unit. (Undated) 39 pages.
*Transferred from the custody of the European Reading Room to RBSCD in July 2001
Folder 9: Holland Hails You. by Jan Heyn, Jr. A pamphlet aimed at liberating soldiers providing “facts and figures about the people, things and country for the use of the Allied soldiers serving over here at the time”. 1945. 64 pages. In English. (3 copies)
Folder 10: Manifest van het Derde Front. Het Derde Front. A leaflet expressing the Socialist point of view of the German invasion of Russia in 1941.
June 23, 1941
Folder 11: “Mein Kampf”* By R.C.K. Ensor. A pamphlet criticizing Hitler’s famous book. (Published in London, England by the Netherland Co., Ltd.) (Undated) 32 pages.
*Transferred from the custody of the European Reading Room to RBSCD in July 2001.
Folder 12: Men Wordt Nogmaals Gewaarschuwd Deze Berichten ... An anti-Fascist leaflet describing Allied success in Italy and Russia.
Sept. 1943.
Folder 13: Nederland In den Oorlog Zooals het Werkelijk. Was Utrecht An anti-Nazi pamphlet describing the terrible conditions endured by the Dutch people during the war.
[1945?] 96 pages.
Folder 14: Ochtend-Editie. A leaflet containing news items of a BBC broadcast of Canadian advances in the Netherlands, and items about the fighting in Italy, the Eastern Front and elsewhere.
Apr. 18, 1945
Folder 15: Om Neerland’s Toekomst. An anti-Nazi pamphlet declaring that the Allies will win the war, but the Dutch people must begin to consider the country’s future after the war.
Summer 1943. 41 pages.
Folder 16: Orel Gevallen Catania Gevallen. A leaflet reporting Allied advances in Russia and Sicily, and aerial bombing of Germany.
Aug. 5, 1943
Folder 17: Schets van het Westefront Lente 1945. A map of the western front.
Spring 1945
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