Max Blokzijl
Marius Hugh Louis Wilhelm Blokzijl ([ˈmaːriəs juː lwi ˈʋɪləm ˈblɔksɛiɫ]) or Max Blokzijl; 20 December 1884 – 16 March 1946) was a Dutch singer and journalist. Following the German occupation of the Ne...
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Carel Gerretson
Doctor Frederik Carel Gerretson (born Kralingen, February 9, 1884 - died Utrecht, October 27, 1958) was a Dutch writer, essayist, historian, and politician.
Gerretson was educated in a public elem...
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Hendrik Seyffardt
Hendrik Alexander Seyffardt (1 November 1872 – 6 February 1943) was a Dutch general, who during World War II collaborated with Nazi Germany during the occupation of Netherlands, most notably as a figu...
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Friedrich Weinreb
Friedrich Weinreb (18 November 1910, Lemberg, Kingdom of Galicia and Lodomeria, Austria-Hungary, now Lviv, Ukraine – 19 October 1988, Zürich) was a Jewish Hassidic and narrative author.Weinreb g...
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Jan Eekhout
Jan Henrik Eekhout (born January 10, 1900 in Sluis - died March 6, 1978 in Amsterdam) was a Dutch writer, poet and translator, particularly known as the author of the novel Pastoor Poncke ("Pastor Pon...
Dutch Block
The Dutch Block (Dutch: Nederlands Blok, NB) was a Dutch nationalist political party espousing an anti-immigrant program. It was founded by Alfred Vierling, Ton Steemers en Hans Lindenburg, modele...
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Centre Party '86
The Centre Party '86, {Dutch: Centrumpartij '86; abbr. CP’86), was a Dutch far right political party which existed between 1986 and 1998. The party was a more radical splinter from the Centre Party an...
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Dutch Peoples-Union
The Dutch Peoples-Union (Dutch: Nederlandse Volks-Unie, [ˈneːdərlɑntsə ˈʋɔɫksˌyni], NVU) is a Dutch political party. Because of its many calls for the rehabilitation of convicted World War II war ...
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Jan Wolthuis
Jan Aksel Wolthuis (born 1903), a lawyer by training, was a Dutch Nazi who collaborated with the German occupiers during World War II and after the war was active in far-right politics.
Born in Gr...
George Kettmann
George Wilhelm Kettmann or George Kettmann Jr. (12 December 1898 in Amsterdam – 10 February 1970 in Roosendaal) was a Dutch poet, writer, journalist and publisher who promoted Nazism in the Netherlan...
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General Dutch Fascist League
The General Dutch Fascist League (in Dutch Algemeene Nederlandsche Fascisten Bond, ANFB) was a Dutch fascist party. It was founded in 29 June 1932 and dissolved in 1934. The leader of ANFB was Jan Baa...
Jan Hartman (Nazi collaborator)
Jan Hartman (1887–1969) was a Dutch fascist and collaborator during World War II. After the war, he was active in far-right politics, and was one of the two founders of the Stichting Oud Politieke Del...
Henneicke Column
The Henneicke Column was a group of Dutch Nazi collaborators working in the investigative division of the Central Bureau for Jewish Emigration (Zentralstelle für jüdische Auswanderung), with headqua...
Paul van Tienen
Paul van Tienen (10 January 1921 – 1995 probably in La Manga del Mar Menor, Murcia, Spain) was a Dutch Nazi during World War II and a far-right politician after the war, convicted at least twice for h...
Centre Party (Netherlands)
The Centre Party (Dutch: Centrumpartij, [ˈsɛntrəmpɑrˌtɛi], CP) was a Dutch nationalist extreme right-wing political party espousing an anti-immigrant program. The party was founded by Henry Brookm...
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Klaas Carel Faber
Klaas Carel Faber (20 January 1922 – 24 May 2012) was a convicted Dutch-German war criminal. He was the son of Pieter and Carolina Josephine Henriëtte (née Bakker) Faber, and the brother of Pieter Joh...
Jan Baars
Joannes Antonius Baars (Amsterdam, 30 June 1903 – Andijk, 22 April 1989) was a leading Dutch fascist during the 1930s.During the 1920s Baars emerged as part of the group associated with De Bezem, a fa...
Willem Ter Braak
Jan Willem (or Wilhelm) Ter Braak (originally Engelbertus Fukken) (28-8-1914 – c. 29 March 1941) was a Dutch espionage agent working for Germany who operated for five months in the United Kingdom. Al...
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New National Party (Netherlands)
The New National Party (Dutch: Nieuwe Nationale Partij, abbr. NNP) was a Dutch nationalist political party which existed between 1998 and 2005. It succeeded the "Volksnationalisten Nederland" (abb...
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Farmers' Party (Netherlands)
The Farmers' Party (in Dutch: Boerenpartij, BP) was a Dutch agrarian political party, with a strong conservative outlook and a populist appeal. The BP was the first anti-establishment party elected in...
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Herbertus Bikker
Herbertus Bikker (born 15 July 1915 in Wijngaarden, Netherlands – died 1 November 2008 in Haspe, Germany), also known as The Butcher of Ommen, was a Dutch war criminal. He was a member of the Waffen-S...
Daniël de Blocq van Scheltinga
Jonkheer Daniël de Blocq van Scheltinga (Velp, 23 November 1903 - Düsseldorf, 26 June 1962) was a Dutch national-socialist politician.
After a difficult school period, he finally graduated from hi...
National Alliance (Netherlands)
The National Alliance (Dutch: Nationale Alliantie, abbr. NA or N.A.) was a Dutch nationalist political party. The party was disbanded in 2007.The party was formed on 12 November 2003, by Jan Teijn...
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