17 september 1981 - ALSO poison scandal DORDRECHT DISTRICT AROUND THE TAIL Dordrecht – In the Dordrecht district Tail is found poison. Zo’n 1.500 houses are severely toxic soil. The poison comes from the Chemical Industry Rijnmond, that a belt collapsed in the 60s. Eventually there 106 houses demolished. 17 september 1913 – WOMEN KEEP SILENT PROTEST ON FOR BINNENHOF suffrage Den Haag – Hundreds of women campaigning for suffrage, but it will not be easy. The mayor banned the action (MPs could be distracted from their important work), but women are allowed to walk on the Courtyard: one hand it, another look. It is quite a spectacle, with groups of up 25 women still a few meters between them. Do a few hundred women to join the action. Women walking in the silent rally’ on the Binnenhof in The Hague. Foto: Hague Municipal, author unknown read more: Hundreds of women in silent protest on Courtyard 17 september 1637 - FIRST Statenbijbel HANDED IN THE HAGUE Den Haag – The States General is handed the first KJV, the first official English Bible. The book has been translated directly from Hebrew, Aramaic and Greek. The contract for the translation came from the Synod of Dordrecht (1618). The government paid translation. 17 september 1974 - HAGUE HOSTAGE IN FRENCH EMBASSY IN ORDER The Hague - After a hostage in the French Embassy in The Hague, which lasted be free all the hostages about four days. The Japanese captors, who demanded the release of a Japanese from a French cell, may fly in a Boeing Syria. Schiphol is released ambassador. It is the first major hostage on Dutch soil, which ultimately cost any lives. 17 september 2004 - RESEARCH reopened in Schiedam park murder Schiedam – Justice reopens the investigation into the murder of 10-year Nienke Kleiss Schiedam. The police has anyone done a full confession about the murder, while Kees B. two years serving a prison sentence for the death of the girl. The new suspect, Wik H., sat for another offense in the cell. 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new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Related Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName Email Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email.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.