Browsing Newspaper Collection (Van Gybland Oosterhoff) by Issue Date

Browsing Newspaper Collection (Van Gybland Oosterhoff) by Issue Date

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  • Unknown (1930)
    Newspaper article on the statue of Willem III given as a gift to England (Kensington Palace, London) by the German Kaiser.
  • Unknown (Dagblad van Rotterdam, Rotterdam, 1941-05-30)
    Newspaper article: Rijkscommissaris Seyss Inquart, Een jaar burgerlijk bestuur. From the Dagblad van Rotterdam Evening Edition
  • Unknown (Various, 1942-04)
    A set of newspaper clippings on the brochure published by J.D. de Geer in 1942 titled "De Synthese in den Oorlog" “Brochure van jhr. De Geer verschenen” Telegraaf Aandblad 9 April 1942 - “Mussert over brochure De Geer” ...
  • Unknown; Bokhorst, Matthijs (1942-04)
    First issue of this illegal journal. The journal was dropped by the RAF over the Netherlands during the Second World War. Propaganda number H12
  • Unknown; Bokhorst, Matthijs (1942-05)
    Second edition. The journal was dropped by the RAF over the Netherlands during the Second World War. Propaganda number H13
  • Unknown; Bokhorst, Matthijs (1942-06)
    Edition 3. The journal was dropped by the RAF over the Netherlands during the Second World War. Propaganda number H14.
  • Unknown; Bokhorst, Matthijs (1942-07)
    Edition 4. The journal was dropped by the RAF over the Netherlands during the Second World War. Propaganda number H18.
  • Unknown (1942-08)
    Edition 5. The journal was dropped by the RAF over the Netherlands during the Second World War. Propaganda number H18.
  • Unknown (1942-08)
    Bekendmaking, 15-08-1942, Gooi en Eemlander, Hilversum; Mr Robert Baelde, 17-08-1942, Schiedamsche Courant; Alexander Baron Schimmelpenninck van der Oye, 16-08-1942, Nieuwe Rotterdam Courant; Mr Otto Ernst Gelder Graaf van ...
  • Unknown (1942-09)
    Edition 6. The journal was dropped by the RAF over the Netherlands during the Second World War. Propaganda number H21.
  • Unknown; Bokhorst, Matthijs (1942-09-23)
    Special extra edition on Queensday 1942. The journal was dropped by the RAF over the Netherlands during the Second World War. Propaganda number H20. Letter fom Bokhorst (Editior) to Beelaerts in back
  • Unknown; Bokhorst, Matthijs (1942-10-02)
    Special edition Moffen Spiegel. The journal was dropped by the RAF over the Netherlands during the Second World War. Propaganda number H15.
  • Unknown (1942-11)
    Edition 7. The journal was dropped by the RAF over the Netherlands during the Second World War. Propaganda number H23. (Oct and Nov)
  • Unknown (1943-01)
    Edition 8. The journal was dropped by the RAF over the Netherlands during the Second World War. Propaganda number H1.
  • Unknown (1943-03)
    Edition 9. The journal was dropped by the RAF over the Netherlands during the Second World War. Propaganda number H2. Incluedes letter from Bokhorst to Beelaerts.
  • Unknown (1943-04)
    Edition 10. The journal was dropped by the RAF over the Netherlands during the Second World War. Propaganda number H4. With letter from Bokhorst to Beelaerts
  • Blokzijl, Max (De Tijd, Amsterdam, 1943-04-28)
    Newspaper article by Max Blokzijl on of the best known collaborators during the Second World War. The article is a description of Blokzijl's radio program.
  • Unknown (1943-05)
    Edition 11. The journal was dropped by the RAF over the Netherlands during the Second World War. Propaganda number H8.
  • Unknown (1943-07)
    Edition 12. The journal was dropped by the RAF over the Netherlands during the Second World War. Propaganda number H15.
  • Unknown (1943-08)
    Edition 13. The journal was dropped by the RAF over the Netherlands during the Second World War. Propaganda number H17.