Dutch History (Part 7)

Historical Events

Events 601 - 700 of 1,634

  • 1901-02-03 Dutch troops under Gen Van Heutsz conquer Batu Ilië on Sumatra
  • 1901-02-12 Dutch Penitentiary children's law proclaimed
  • 1901-03-17 Free thinking-Democratic Union forms in Netherlands
  • 1901-04-28 1st soccer game between Belgium (8) & Netherlands (0)
  • 1901-07-31 Abraham Kuyper becomes premier of Netherlands
  • 1902-01-13 Textile workers strike in Enschede, Netherlands (until 1st June)
  • 1902-05-29 Dutch State Mine law forms
  • 1902-08-01 Building begins on Dutch public housing
  • 1903-01-06 Dutch Press museum opens in Amsterdam
  • 1903-01-29 Dutch railroad workers strike
  • 1903-04-06 In Holland, railroad and dock workers go out on strike, but the government passes anti-strike bills, calls out troops, and promptly ends the strike on the 13th April
  • 1903-06-02 Netherlands Korfball League forms
  • 1904-06-14 Dutch troops occupy Kuto Reh, Sumatra, killing all inhabitants
  • 1904-07-19 Dutch Premier Kuypers disbands 1st Chamber
  • 1904-08-10 Dutch newspaper Volk fires gay journalist Jacob de Cock
  • 1904-10-01 JB van Heutsz becomes governor general of Dutch East Indies
  • 1904-10-01 Netherlands & Portugal lay down bounderies splitting Timor
  • 1905-02-25 The Nederlands Verbond van Vakverenigingenwas, a Dutch social-democratic trade union, forms
  • 1905-04-30 1st official soccer game between Belgium-Netherlands (1-4)
  • 1905-05-14 2nd official international soccer match, Netherlands beats Belgium 4-0
  • 1905-05-22 Royal Academy in Delft Holland becomes Technical High School
  • 1905-07-03 Kuyper government forms in Holland
  • 1905-07-10 Dutch Queen Wilhelmina opens Technical Hague court
  • 1905-07-30 Dutch Covenant of Worker's union, NVV, forms
  • 1905-08-17 Dutch government of De Master begins
  • 1905-09-06 General Trade journal publishes 1st Dutch photo (train accident)
  • 1905-09-14 Dutch AR-politician AWF Idenburg named governor of Suriname
  • 1905-11-16 Dutch Russian Count Witte becomes Prime Minister of Russia
  • 1906-01-01 Dutch law makes driver's license mandatory
  • 1906-03-06 Heavy storm bursts dike, flooding Vlissingen, Netherlands
  • 1906-03-12 Heavy storm ravages Dutch west coast
  • 1906-12-20 Venezuela (under vice-pres Gomez) attacks Dutch fleet
  • 1907-02-11 De Master's Dutch government resigns
  • 1907-02-21 SS Berlin sinks off the Hook of Holland (142 dead)
  • 1907-08-17 Bishop forbids Christian membership of Dutch Textile Union
  • 1907-10-19 1st printing of Dutch Tribune (Wijnkoop/Van Ravesteyn/Ceton)
  • 1907-12-21 Dutch government of De Master falls due to war budget
  • 1908-02-08 Wilhelmina '08 soccer team forms in Weert, Netherlands
  • 1908-02-11 Heemskerk's government begins in Holland
  • 1908-02-29 Dutch scientists produce solid helium
  • 1908-03-08 Dutch utopist Frederick of Eden speaks in Carnegie Hall, NY
  • 1908-04-23 Denmark, Germany, Britain, France, Netherlands & Sweden sign North Sea accord
  • 1908-07-09 CHU (Christian Historic Union) Dutch political party forms
  • 1908-10-01 1st Dutch electric railway in use (Rotterdam-The Hague)
  • 1908-11-07 Dutch capture Venezuelan navy
  • 1909-01-02 1st official Dutch 11 city skate (Minne Hoekstra in 13:50)
  • 1909-02-12 Netherlands' SDAP suspends Marxist Tribune group (Gorter & Wijnkoop)
  • 1909-05-01 Netherlands begins unity with Belgium
  • 1909-05-13 Christian National Labor Workers (CNV) party begins in Netherlands
  • 1909-06-23 Confessional parties win Dutch parliamentary elections
  • 1909-09-20 The British Parliament passes the South Africa Act; it calls for union of Cape Colony, Natal, Orange River Colony, and Transvaal; and both English and Dutch as official languages

  • 1909-11-19 Former Dutch premier Abraham Kuyper denies corruption
  • 1910-03-17 DHC soccer team forms in Delft, Netherlands
  • 1910-06-02 Pygmies discovered in Dutch New Guinea
  • 1910-07-20 Former Dutch premier Abraham Kuyper acquitted of corruption
  • 1910-07-29 JWEL Hilgers is 1st Dutchman to fly above Dutch territory

Event of interestEvent of Interest

1910-12-10 Dutch Physicist Johannes van der Waals wins the Nobel Prize for physics

Physicist/Nobel Laureate Johannes van der Waals
Physicist/Nobel Laureate
Johannes van der Waals
  • 1911-01-07 Dutch Scouts Organization established in Amsterdam
  • 1911-02-05 Society of Dutch Composers forms in Amsterdam
  • 1911-07-28 96°F (35.6°C) in De Bilt, Netherlands
  • 1911-10-01 United Dutch Diamond workers get 8-hr day
  • 1911-10-06 Beatrix van Rijk becomes 1st licensed Dutch woman pilot
  • 1911-12-10 Dutch lawyer Tobias Asser receives the Nobel Peace Prize
  • 1912-02-07 2nd Dutch 11 city skate (Coen de Koenig wins (11:40)
  • 1912-04-27 Relief laws in Netherlands replace those of 1854
  • 1912-05-18 Maurits Binger establishes 2 Dutch movie companies
  • 1912-09-12 Dutch Olympian Committee forms (NOC)
  • 1912-12-03 Gerrit Brinkman becomes 1st Dutch traffic officer
  • 1913-03-24 Netherlands soccer team's 1st victory over England

Event of interestEvent of Interest

1913-05-13 Women's suffrage march through Washington organized by Alice Paul and led by Inez Milholland

Suffragist Alice Paul
Suffragist
Alice Paul
  • 1913-05-14 Frans Hals museum opens in Haarlem, Netherlands
  • 1913-06-02 Demonstrations for general voting right in Netherlands
  • 1913-06-03 Dutch 1st Chamber accepts Health laws
  • 1913-06-05 Dutch Disability laws go into effect
  • 1913-06-25 Dutch Parliamentary election (confess party looses majority)
  • 1913-08-29 Pieter Cort Van de Linden forms Dutch government
  • 1913-08-31 Soccer club PSV forms in Eindhoven, Netherlands
  • 1913-09-16 Thousands of women demonstrate for Dutch female suffrage
  • 1913-12-10 Dutch scientist Heike Kamerlingh Onnes receives Nobel prize for physics
  • 1914-01-26 600 Dutch textile workers go on strike
  • 1914-02-14 High Council of Labor forms in Hague Netherlands
  • 1914-03-01 Dutch Minister of war H Colijn named director of British Petroleum
  • 1914-06-08 34.7°F (1.5°C) in De Bilt, Netherlands
  • 1914-08-05 Dutch Cort Van de Linden government issues silver bonds as money
  • 1914-11-24 Dutch Overseas Trustmaatschappij (NOT) forms
  • 1914-12-03 Dutch army opens fire on interned Belgian soldiers: 8 killed
  • 1915-04-14 Dutch merchant navy ship Katwijk sunk by Germany torpedo
  • 1915-06-08 92°F (33.3°C) in De Bilt, Netherlands
  • 1915-06-27 Dutch SDAP demonstrates against conscription
  • 1915-07-19 Dutch accidents at sea law enforced
  • 1915-08-19 Rationing laws go into effect in Netherlands
  • 1915-09-29 Dutch Opera's 1st performance
  • 1915-11-06 1st military flight in Dutch East Indies (Tandjong Priok)
  • 1916-01-14 Dutch Zuiderzee dyke cracks
  • 1916-01-31 Dutch Girl Guides form
  • 1916-03-15 Dutch merchant ship Tubantia torpedoed by German submarine & sinks in North Sea
  • 1916-03-15 University of Ghent taken under Dutch control
  • 1916-03-21 JP Van Limburg Stirum succeeds AWF Idenburg as Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies
  • 1916-03-31 Dutch government ends all military engagements
  • 1916-08-30 Boston's Dutch Leonard no-hits St Louis Browns, 4-0

Famous Birthdays

Birthdays 601 - 700 of 2,678

  • 1853-05-30 Andries Andre, Dutch actor and husband of Geertruida Meeuwissen (Trumpeter-Major), born (d. 1890)
  • 1853-07-18 Hendrik Antoon Lorentz, Holland, physicist (Nobel 1902)
  • 1853-07-20 Geo[rge] Poggenbeek, Dutch water colors painter
  • 1853-07-29 Esther de Boer-van Rijk, Dutch actress (Kniertje-Hope of Blessing), born in Rotterdam, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands (d. 1937)
  • 1853-09-21 Heike Kamerlingh Onnes, Dutch physicist (liquid helium, Nobel 1913), born in Groningen, Netherlands (d. 1926)
  • 1853-10-13 Maria "Beppie" Bakker, Dutch actress and wife of Piet Vink Senior, born (d. 1949)
  • 1853-12-15 Jean B A Kessler, director of oil on Dutch Indies
  • 1854-01-29 Willem PC Knuttel, Dutch bibliographer/librarian
  • 1854-02-09 Aletta [Henriette] Jacobs, 1st Dutch female physician
  • 1854-05-13 Louis H Chrispijn, Dutch director (Lost & Found, Silvia Silombra)
  • 1854-05-18 Bernard Zweers, Dutch composer (To my Fatherland)
  • 1854-06-09 Gerardus J P J Bolland, Dutch philosopher (Bolland Society)
  • 1854-07-10 James T Kelley, Irish actor (The Rink, The Immigrant), born in Castlebar, Ireland (d. 1933)
  • 1854-07-19 Daniel Josephus Jitta, Dutch High Court lawyer
  • 1854-09-08 Willem M van Rossum, Dutch cardinal/prefect of Propaganda File
  • 1854-09-23 Cornelis W Lely, Dutch engineer/Governor of Suriname (1902-05)
  • 1854-10-26 August Kiehl, Dutch actor (Op hoop van zegen, De kribbebijter), born in Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, Netherlands (d. 1938)
  • 1855-01-10 Peter J Blok, Dutch historian (History of the Dutch People)
  • 1855-04-18 Abraham Bredius, Dutch art historian (Jan Steen)
  • 1855-09-12 Jacobus of Looy, Dutch writer and painter (Death of My Cat), born in Haarlem, Netherlands (d. 1930)
  • 1855-11-13 Daniel F Scheurleer, Dutch musicologist/banker
  • 1855-11-30 Marie WF Treub, Dutch economist/minister of Agriculture/Finance
  • 1856-02-16 Willem Kes, Dutch violinist/composer/conductor (Parkorkest Amsterdam)
  • 1856-06-30 Gerrit Kalff, writer (history of Dutch writers)
  • 1857-02-02 Jan Six, Dutch art historian/art collector
  • 1857-02-09 Johannes T de Visser, theologist/Dutch 1st minister of Education
  • 1857-05-08 Frederik "Frits" Tartaud, Dutch actor and husband of Dutch actress Alida Klein, born in the Netherlands (d. 1946)
  • 1857-05-10 Hendrik Zwaardemaker, Dutch physiologist (olfactometer)
  • 1857-07-21 A S C Wallis, [Adele SC von Antal-Opzoomer], Dutch writer
  • 1857-09-12 George H. Breitner, Dutch impressionist painter, born in Rotterdam, Netherlands (d. 1923)
  • 1857-10-30 John H Aberson, 1st chancellor (Dutch Agricultural University)
  • 1858-01-27 Neel [Cornelia H] Doff, Dutch/French/Belgian painter's model/writer
  • 1858-02-28 Jacob P Vis, Dutch industrialist (founder NV Royal Salt Industries)
  • 1858-04-01 Arnold Aletrino, Dutch physician-criminologist/author (From Life)
  • 1858-04-07 Adrien H Gerhard, Dutch socialist politician (SDAP)
  • 1858-04-15 Anton G O Ridder Van Rappard, Dutch painter/lithographer/etcher
  • 1858-07-05 Maria "Marie" Bakker, Dutch actress and wife of Maarten Stranger, born (d. 1917)
  • 1858-08-02 Emma of Waldeck and Pyrmont, Queen consort of William and Regent of the Netherlands

Person of interestPerson of Interest

1858-08-11 Christiaan Eijkman, Dutch physician and bacteriologist (Nobel Prize in Medicine-1929), born in Nijkerk, Netherlands (d. 1930)

Physician and Nobel Laureate Christiaan Eijkman
Physician and Nobel Laureate
Christiaan Eijkman
  • 1858-10-09 Gerard Philips, Dutch industrialist and manufacturer (Philips), born in Zaltbommel, Netherlands (d. 1942)
  • 1858-12-20 Jean/Johannes T "Jan" Toorop, Dutch painter/graphic artist (3 Brides)
  • 1859-01-09 Frederik Pijper, Dutch vicar/church historian (The Monasteries)
  • 1859-01-11 [Gerard] Jan Ligthart, Dutch educator (Nog bij mother, Ot & Sien)
  • 1859-02-13 Frank van de Goes, Dutch writer/marxist theorist
  • 1859-05-01 Willem J Leyds, Dutch/South Africa lawyer/politician/diplomat
  • 1859-05-06 Willem J T Kloos, Dutch poet (Act of Simple Justice)
  • 1859-06-10 Jacques F H Perk, Dutch poet (Iris, Wood Song)
  • 1859-10-25 Stephanie H [Lapidoth-]Swarth, Dutch author (Lonely Flowers)
  • 1859-12-20 Antonius J Derkinderen, Dutch painter/etcher
  • 1859-12-26 Johan F van Bemmelen, Dutch zoologist
  • 1860-02-06 Johan [Eliza J] de Meester, Dutch journalist/writer (Geertje)
  • 1860-04-03 Frederik W van Eeden, Dutch utopian writer (Walden)
  • 1860-04-20 Pieter Jelles Troelstra, Dutch politician (SDAP)
  • 1860-04-26 Alphonse M A J Ariëns, Dutch pastor
  • 1860-05-21 Willam Einthoven, Dutch physiologist/inventor (electrocardiograph)
  • 1860-05-21 Willem Einthoven, Dutch physiologist (Invented the electrocardiodiogram, awarded Nobel Prize in Medicine 1924), Semarang, Dutch East Indies (d. 1927)
  • 1860-06-18 Hugo Loudon, CEO (Royal Dutch Oil [Shell])
  • 1860-07-11 Johannis J van Laar, Dutch chemist (thermodynamics)
  • 1860-08-15 Roosje Vos, Dutch trade union leader, born in Amsterdam, Netherlands (d. 1932)
  • 1860-09-07 Willem H Nolens, priest/Dutch ambassador to Vatican
  • 1860-10-06 Oscar L Helfrich, Dutch governor (Curacao)
  • 1860-10-06 Reneke de Marees van Swinderen, Dutch foreign minister (1908-13)
  • 1861-06-10 Josephus T J Cuypers, Dutch architect (St Bavo, Haarlem)
  • 1861-06-16 Scato Gocko de Vries, Dutch paleographer/librarian
  • 1862-01-17 John E Akkeringa, Dutch painter/etcher
  • 1862-09-01 Alphons Diepenbrock, Dutch composer [or Sept 2]
  • 1862-09-13 Dirk Bos, Dutch liberal 2nd Member of parliament
  • 1862-11-01 Johan Wagenaar, Dutch composer/conductor/organist (Cyrano)
  • 1862-11-20 Willem H Vliegen, Dutch typographer/co-founder/chairman (SDAP)
  • 1862-12-14 John M Acket, Dutch literary (Grammatic Conceptions)
  • 1863-01-14 Pieter Oosterlee, Dutch educator
  • 1863-03-11 Wobbe de Vries, Dutch linguist
  • 1863-03-23 Godfried CE van Daalen, Dutch general/governor of Atjeh
  • 1863-04-22 Cornelis A J van Dishoeck, Dutch publisher
  • 1863-05-05 Frederik A Stoett, linguist (Dutch Proverbs)
  • 1863-06-04 Edmond R H Regout, Dutch industrialist/politician
  • 1863-06-10 Louis M A Couperus, Dutch poet/writer (Eline Vere)
  • 1864-02-19 Aritius S Talma, Dutch minister of Agriculture (Work Law of 1911)
  • 1864-04-01 Marie Jungius, Dutch fairy tale writer
  • 1864-04-24 George AA Alting van Geusau, dir-gen (PTT)/Dutch Min of War (1918-20)
  • 1864-04-30 Frans Netscher, Dutch writer/journalist (Studies of nude model)
  • 1864-05-18 Jan P Veth, Bayern, Dutch painter/etcher/lithographer/art historian
  • 1864-05-29 A H Borgesius, Dutch amateur astronomer
  • 1864-06-20 Pier Pander, Dutch sculptor, born in Drachten, Friesland (d. 1919)
  • 1864-08-08 Henri de Vries [Hendricus Van Walterop], Dutch actor (Cleopatra, White Cargo), born in Rotterdam, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands (d. 1949)
  • 1864-09-27 Alexander Cohen, Dutch anarchist and author
  • 1864-11-20 Gerard W Kernkamp, Dutch historian/editor (Groene Amsterdammer)
  • 1864-11-26 Herman Gorter, Dutch socialist/poet (May, Tiny Hero's Poem)
  • 1864-12-03 Herman Heijermans Jr, Dutch writer (Kamertjeszonde, Diamond City)
  • 1865-01-30 Samuel Pl'h Naber, Dutch rear-admiral/librarian
  • 1865-02-19 Adrian van Oordt, Dutch writer (neo-romantic)
  • 1865-03-01 Gerard Vissering, Dutch banker/president (Bank of Java)
  • 1865-03-10 Pim [Willem JH] Mulier, Dutch journalist/writer/sport-organizer
  • 1865-04-27 Emile Erens, Dutch Hagiographer (Pastor of Ars)
  • 1865-05-15 Albert Verwey, Dutch poet/literature historian (Motion)
  • 1865-05-25 Pieter Zeeman, Dutch physicist (Zeeman effect, Nobel Prize 1902), born in Zonnemaire, Schouwen-Duiveland
  • 1865-05-28 Gerrit Grijns, Dutch physiologist (Vitamin E)
  • 1865-06-11 Jan H Leopold, Dutch poet (translated Omar Khayyam)
  • 1865-06-15 L H Perquin, Dutch religious radio speaker
  • 1865-07-10 Jan "Pa" van der Steur, Dutch philanthropist (Steurtjes)

Famous Weddings


Famous Divorces


Famous Deaths

Deaths 601 - 700 of 1,424

  • 1927-11-26 Jean-Louis Pisuisse, Dutch night club performer (governess), assassinated at 47
  • 1927-11-28 Arthur Wichmann, German/Dutch geologist (New-Guinea), dies
  • 1928-03-03 Jan [Jean] T Toorop, Dutch graphic artist (3 Brides), dies at 69
  • 1928-08-07 Alphonse MAJ Ariëns, Dutch RC pastor/social worker, dies at 68
  • 1929-01-02 Erich Wichman[n], Dutch fascist painter/sculptor, dies at 38
  • 1929-01-14 Cornelis W Lely, Dutch Governor of Suriname (1902-05), dies at 74
  • 1929-08-10 Aletta Henriette Jacobs, 1st Dutch female doctor and feminist, dies at 75
  • 1929-09-15 Sara Amsel, Indon/Dutch actress/wife of Carel van Hoisted, dies at 58
  • 1929-10-04 John Metzelaar, Dutch/US writer (Report on the Fishes), dies at 37
  • 1929-10-24 Peter J Blok, Dutch historian, dies at 74
  • 1930-01-09 Edward W Buck, Dutch/US editor (Ladies Home Journal), dies at 66
  • 1930-02-22 Godfried CE van Daalen, Dutch general/governor of Atjeh, dies at 66
  • 1930-02-24 Jacobus van Looy, Dutch writer/painter (Night Cactus), dies at 74
  • 1930-04-21 Christine [Elizabeth C] Poolman, Dutch actress (Mother), dies at 79
  • 1930-05-12 Pieter Jelles Troelstra, Dutch SDAP leader, dies at 70
  • 1930-08-27 Didericus G van Epen, genealogist/Dutch Patriarch, dies at 62

Person of interestPerson of Interest

1930-11-05 Christiaan Eijkman, Dutch physician and bacteriologist (Nobel Prize in Medicine 1929), dies at 72

Physician and Nobel Laureate Christiaan Eijkman
Physician and Nobel Laureate
Christiaan Eijkman
  • 1931-01-01 Martinus Beijerinck, Dutch microbiologist and botanist (b. 1851)
  • 1931-07-24 Marie WF Treub, Dutch economist/minister of finance, dies at 75
  • 1931-11-23 Evert Cornelis, Dutch conductor/pianist, dies
  • 1932-01-07 Henri Stroethoff, Dutch actor (A Chique Little Boy, Bright Paradise), dies at 60

Person of interestPerson of Interest

1932-02-08 [Vincent] Mad Dog Coll, Irish-American mob hitman, murdered at 23 by the Dutch Schultz gang

Mob Hitman Mad Dog Coll
Mob Hitman
Mad Dog Coll
  • 1932-03-08 Jan de Louter, Dutch lawyer/tutor of Queen Wilhelmina, dies at 84
  • 1932-04-13 Johannes T de Visser, 1st Dutch Min of Education, dies at 75 [or 14th]
  • 1932-06-12 Theodorus Heemskerk, lawyer/Dutch sec of state (1866..88), dies at 79
  • 1932-07-22 Roosje Vos, Dutch trade union leader, dies at 71
  • 1932-11-16 Carry van Bruggen, [de Haan], Dutch author (Eva), dies at 51
  • 1933-01-04 Lucas Lindeboom, Dutch evangelist (Vredebond), dies at 87
  • 1933-02-17 Henri[cus A] Viotta, Dutch composer (Handbook of Music), dies at 84
  • 1933-03-29 Alexander Schmuller, Russian/Dutch violinist/conductor, dies at 52
  • 1934-01-10 Marinus van der Lubbe, Dutch communist, beheaded in Berlin at 24
  • 1934-03-19 Anthony J Block, lawyer (Dutch strafproces), dies at 66
  • 1934-03-20 A Emma W T von Waldeck-Pyrmont, Dutch queen (& regent), dies at 76
  • 1934-07-03 Henry WAE, Prince of Netherlands/father of Queen Juliana, dies
  • 1934-08-31 Jan Schaper, Dutch publicist and politician (SDAP), dies
  • 1934-11-20 Willem de Sitter, Dutch scientist (b. 1872)
  • 1935-02-23 Jan Duiker, Dutch architect (Hotel Gooiland), dies at 44
  • 1935-07-05 Daniel Plooy, Dutch new testament expert, dies at 58
  • 1935-07-15 Pieter WA Cort van de Linden, Dutch premier (1913-18), dies at 89
  • 1935-10-23 Dutch Schultz [Arthur Flegenheimer], US gangster, murdered at 33
  • 1936-04-17 Charles J M Ruys de Beerenbrouck, Dutch PM (1918-23, 29-33), dies
  • 1936-04-27 Frederik A Stoett, linguist (Dutch Proverbs), dies at 72
  • 1936-10-05 Jan J Slauerhoff, Dutch ship doc/writer (Seaman's Grave), dies at 38
  • 1937-02-08 Scato Gocko de Vries, Dutch paleographer/librarian, dies at 75
  • 1937-03-08 Albert Verwey, Dutch poet/literature historian (Motion), dies at 71
  • 1937-10-09 George AA Alting van Geusau, Dutch min of war (1918-20), dies at 73
  • 1937-12-17 Gerard Vissering, banker/president of Dutch Bank, dies at 72
  • 1938-03-31 Willem J T Kloos, Dutch poet/critic (New Guide), dies at 78
  • 1938-08-04 L H Perquin, Dutch radio announcer, dies at 73
  • 1938-12-04 Dina Appeldoorn, Dutch pianist/composer, dies at 54
  • 1938-12-31 Richard N Roland Holst, Dutch artist/painter, dies at 70
  • 1939-02-04 Henri W A Deterding, Dutch oil magnate (Royal Oil, Shell), dies at 72
  • 1939-02-15 Foppe G Scheltema, Dutch lawyer, dies at 47
  • 1939-09-05 Cornelis J "Cor" van Ast, Dutch actor and director (Ghost Hotel, Two Boys), dies at 67
  • 1939-10-25 Cornelis JK van Aalst, president Dutch Business Society, dies at 73
  • 1939-11-09 Dirk Klop, Dutch intelligence lt, shot by German Abwehr
  • 1939-12-23 Anthony H G Fokker, Dutch airplane builder (Spider), dies at 49
  • 1940-02-28 Johan C Braakensiek, Dutch political cartoonist, dies at 81
  • 1940-03-10 Louis de Vries, Dutch actor (Blokkade, Ghetto, Merchant of Venice), dies at 68
  • 1940-05-10 Euphemia "Phemia" Molkenboer, Dutch author/poster artist, dies at 56
  • 1940-05-14 Menno ter Braak, Dutch writer (Forum, New Elite), suicide at 38
  • 1940-05-15 Willem Adriaan Bonger, Dutch criminologist (Race & Crime), suicide at 63
  • 1940-05-30 Y de Smit-Rog, oldest citizen of Netherlands, dies at 104
  • 1940-06-21 Hendrik Marsman, Dutch poet/writer/critic, drowns at 40
  • 1940-07-20 Y G Van de Peat, Dutch director of employment, commits suicide
  • 1940-09-15 Dick Ket, Dutch painter/cartoonist, dies at 37
  • 1940-10-18 Suze Groeneweg, 1st woman in Dutch 2nd Chamber (1918-37), dies at 65
  • 1941-01-09 Ko Boezeman, Dutch resistance fighter, dies
  • 1941-03-06 Leen Schijvenschuurder, Dutch February strike leader, executed
  • 1941-03-13 A Coenradi, Dutch resistance fighter, executed
  • 1941-03-13 Bernard Ijzerdraat, Dutch resistance fighter, executed
  • 1941-03-13 E Hellendoorn, Dutch resistance fighter, executed
  • 1941-03-13 J Eyl, Dutch resistance fighter, executed
  • 1941-04-20 Barend ter Haar, Dutch lawyer, dies in Buchenwald at 49
  • 1941-05-24 Lancelot Holland, British vice-admiral (WW II-Hood), dies in battle
  • 1941-06-16 Lodo of Hamel, 1st Dutch secret affiliate, dies
  • 1941-06-17 Johan Wagenaar, Dutch composer (Cyrano de Bergerac), dies at 78
  • 1941-06-20 [Stephanie] Hélène Swarth, Dutch poet ("Lonely flowers"), dies at 81
  • 1941-08-29 Jan L G "Yvan" Doornik, Dutch resist fighter in France, executed at 36
  • 1941-10-13 GJ Berenschot, general/supreme commander Dutch East Indies army, dies
  • 1941-12-09 Leonard "Leo" Polak, Dutch philosopher, dies in Sachsenhausen at 61
  • 1942-01-26 Gerard Philips, Dutch industrialist and manufacturer (Philips), dies at 83
  • 1942-02-06 Wobbe de Vries, Dutch linguist, dies at 78
  • 1942-02-27 Karel WFM Doorman, Dutch rear-admiral (Java Sea), KIA at 52
  • 1942-03-28 Herman Adrian van Karnebeek, Dutch minister of Foreign affairs (1918-27), dies at 67
  • 1942-04-12 Johannes E Akkeringa, Dutch painter/etcher, dies at 80
  • 1942-04-13 Henk Sneevliet, leader of Dutch RSAP/Spartacus, executed at 58
  • 1942-06-30 Arnoldus J H Aerts, Dutch bishop of New-Guinea, executed at 62
  • 1942-07-11 Simon de la Bella, Dutch president (NVV), dies in Dachau
  • 1942-07-26 Titus Brandsma, [Anno Sjoerd], Dutch Roman Catholic priest and philosopher (Dachau), dies
  • 1942-08-02 Friedrich Aereboe, Dutch landlord, dies at 77
  • 1942-10-16 12, Dutch Communist Party-resistance fighter/3 NVV-hostages, executed
  • 1942-12-14 Eduard C "Edo" Fimmen, Dutch trade union leader, dies at 61
  • 1943-01-12 Jan R T Campert, Dutch resistance fighter/poet (18 Dead), dies at 40
  • 1943-02-05 Wim Gertenbach, Dutch resistance fighter (Slogan), shot by Nazis
  • 1943-02-06 HA Seyffardt, Dutch lt-gen/NSB "minister", dies at 71
  • 1943-02-18 Henri Polak, Dutch union leader/politician (soc-dem), dies at 74
  • 1943-03-04 Pieter C Boutens, Dutch poet (Beatrijs), dies at 73
  • 1943-04-30 Etty Hillesum, Dutch diarist, dies in Auschwitz
  • 1943-04-30 Leo Smit, Dutch composer, dies in Sobibór extermination camp at 42