20 september 1966 - SENATOR BEATS FRESH CHERRY COLLEAGUES A BLUE EYE The Hague - After the installation of the Senate for a new period, there arises a fight in the coffee chamber. Henry Adams Peasant Party gets slapped by Jan Baas (VVD). Both men know each other from WWII, when they both taught at the same school. Boss says after the Senate meeting that Adams had Nazi sympathies. When Baas there anything said, Adams did know "that he would ensure that Boss would be deported '. After the meeting come to blows, where Adams rises a black eye. Two weeks later, Adams retires. The issue finally creates a part in the downfall of the Peasant Party. 20 september 1989 - DISAPPOINTING CHARITY COMPETITION SLM RAMP Rotterdam – Only 8.000 people come to De Kuip for the charity match between the Dutch national team and the team Colorful. The competition thereby delivers 400.000 gulden op, but the organization had hoped for much more. It is especially complained about the high prices for tickets. Feyenoord Stadium – football stadium – De Kuip: Overview outside stadium. Foto: National Cultural Heritage read more: Charity Contest SLM Disaster finished practically empty Cockpit 20 september 2004 - BIG DEMONSTRATION CENTER IN ROTTERDAM AGAINST CUTS Rotterdam – Rotterdam is a relay strike launched against government cutbacks. Trams and buses are not, and in the harbor work is partially shut. Tens of thousands of protesters take to the Coolsingel. According to the unions did more than 50.000 people to join the action. 20 september 1697 – PEACE RIJSWIJK ANNOUNCES END TO NINE-YEAR WAR Rijswijk – In the governor's palace Huis ter Nieuwburg the peace treaty is concluded which put an end to the nine-year war. The war was between the Grand Alliance (the Holy Roman Empire (= Min or more Germany), Denmark, Sweden, Spain, England and Netherlands) and France. The result was that France, the Dutch king William III recognized as King of England. Even if the Netherlands southern cities (in present-day Belgium) belegeren. 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new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Related Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName Email Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email.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.