11 april 1978 - Parliamentary debate on 'CASE KALMA' Rotterdam – The House has nothing good to say about the acting prosecutor in the case Kalma, a principal investigator who walked in a march and then suspended. Kalma, which has meanwhile resigned himself, should never have been suspended, Find all the parties. Kalma's protest against his suspension, moreover, a few months later rejected. Therefore he is not eligible for compensation. 11 april 1944 – BOMBED POPULATION AT THE REQUEST OF RESISTANCE Den Haag – At the request of the Dutch Resistance bomb British bombers from the Central Population Register in The Hague. It was established in Kunstzaal Kleykamp. The result is that people from the opposition could walk around safely. However, there were 60 people in the bombing. Smoldering remains of Villa Kleykamp after British bombardment. Photographer: Unknown. Hague Beeldbank read more: Bombers destroy Hague population; available on request resistance 11 april 1950 – YARD WILTON-FEIJENOORD REOPENED AFTER THE SECOND WORLD WAR Rotterdam – The largest floating dock in Europe was reopened, after all the war damage has been repaired. The first customer is the oceaanvaarder 'Nieuw Amsterdam'. The floating dock sank after a bombing in 1943. It has an area of 3000 m² and has three storeys. The dock is re-opened by Minister Spitzen. Reopening shipyard Wilton-Feyenoord in Rotterdam. Institute for Sound and Vision – open Images 11 april 1974 - SS SAT YEARS hiding in HAGUE DISTRICT The Hague - In a terraced house on Peacock Lane was arrested the 57-year-old Jacob Philippa. The former SS man kept himself 29 years hiding in the house of his parents. He was in all that time not been out the door. The man was in 1950 sentenced to death, because he led in the Second World War raids in Drenthe. 11 april 1975 - LEE TOWERS FOR THE FIRST TIME ON TELEVISION Hilversum / Rotterdam - In the television off the cuff William Duys makes one Lee Towers debut. In normal life he's maintenance in the port of Rotterdam, but because he was high he filmed announced in a harbor crane as the Singing Crane Operator. It is the beginning of a long singing career. 11 april 2004 - Arjan Erkel RELEASE AFTER YEARS OF HOSTAGE IN DAILY PROGRESS Rotterdam – Dutchman Arjan Erkel is a free man again, after having been held hostage for almost two years in the Russian province of Dagestan. Erkel worked there for MSF. Due to the intervention of an association of KGB veterans the Rotterdam, after 607 released days imprisonment. Later it turns out that the Netherlands has advanced a million euro ransom for MSF. share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Related Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName Email Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email. Notify me of new posts by email. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.