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‘Nederland voor de Nederlanders!’
Cas Mudde

). The ‘Besluit Ontbinding Landverraderlijke Organisaties’ (Resolution concerning the Dissolution of Treasonable Organisations), which was signed by Queen Wilhelmina in London on 17 September 1944, led to the ban on the NSB and some thirty other (National Socialist) organisations (Van Donselaar 1993: 88). The decree was also supposed to keep the country free from the extreme right by explicitly stating that future organisations which sought to promote the goals of the banned organisations would also be banned (Bank 1998). Attempts to build extreme right groups were not

in The ideology of the extreme right
Liesbeth Hesselink

the French mission civilisatrice.12 The new Ethical Policy was officially announced by Queen Wilhelmina in the annual Royal Oration of 1901. She argued that as the Netherlands prided itself on being a Christian power, this placed its government under an obligation to imbue its policies with a moral mission towards the population of its territories.13 Rather than viewing their colony as mere patrimony and a profitable cash cow, the Ethical Policy implied a novel dedication on the part of the Dutch colonial administration to development of schools and medical services

in Colonial caring
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Geoffrey K. Roberts
Patricia Hogwood

Aznar appointed Prime Minister. 12 March 2000 General election. Popular Party wins largest share of the vote (44.6 per cent). 27 April 2000 Aznar re-appointed Prime Minister. Smaller Democracies 4 November 1948 Queen Juliana becomes Queen of the Netherlands, following the abdication of her mother, Queen Wilhelmina. 16 July 1951 Leopold

in The politics today companion to West European Politics
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Cas Mudde

electoral list in Heerlen later claimed to have been misled by the party, as they had been told that they signed for something else. The court acknowledged their complaint and fined the CP 50,000 Dutch guilders. As the party could not pay the fine, it 1 German-born Hendrik Wladimir Albrecht Ernst (1876–1934) became prince of the Netherlands after marrying Queen Wilhelmina in 1909. Hendrik’s only official child, Juliana, succeeded Wilhelmina as queen in 1948. Chap6 28/5/02 13.33 Centrumpartij’86 Page 143 143 was declared bankrupt on 13 May 1986 (DNPP 1988). The

in The ideology of the extreme right
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Nicholas Atkin

until the time comes for you to return once again to your country.’28 Depending on which version was being relayed, it ended, ‘Long Live Queen Wilhelmina’, ‘Long Live King Leopold’, and always ‘God save King George’. There was no ‘Vive, la France’; nor later was there ‘Vive, le maréchal Pétain’, or for that matter ‘Vive, le général de Gaulle’. Reading the minutes of the local government authorities in London, it seems that the reception of refugees went without a hitch. ‘An intimation from the Ministry of Health that about 1,200 refugees will be 2499 Chap2 7

in The forgotten French