24 november 1984 – DORDRECHT TOWERS BLOWN Dordrecht – Dordrecht inflate the four chimneys of the old power station. They fall neatly to the site of the old central. Thousands of people watch. 24 november 1813 – FRENCH ON ROAD RULERS FLIGHTS TO DORDRECHT NA showing the flag Dordrecht – After years of French domination in Dordrecht 24 november 1813 again a free city. Dordtenaren had Dordrecht red-white-red flag hoisted, that was when the English flag by the French view. Then they fled. The French troops pull back. A Prent van. Vinkeles to J.W.Pieneman. Beeld: Rijksmuseum read more: Dordrecht free again after years of French rule 24 november 1965 - STRANDED SHIP attracts many Ter Heijde - Thousands of people have taken a look at the beach of Ter Heijde where that morning the freighter Ping An Hong Kong stranded. The ship the night before lay at anchor, for the mouth of the New Waterway. The ship had engine problems when the anchor broke could do nothing. 24 november 2012 - UNARMED BOY KILL SHOT IN HOLLAND TRACK Den Haag – At Station Holland Spoor in The Hague shoot a cop 17-year-old Rishi death. At the station someone was threatened and later victim is urged to stand still. If he went to a jacket- or pocket intervenes, shoot the police. It turns out that Rishi was not armed. 24 november 1999 – FORMER PRO FOOTBALLER SENTENCED TO DEATH KICKS CAR DEALER Rotterdam – Former professional footballer Jan Mulder (SMB, Feyenoord, Dordrecht’90, Telstar) sentenced to 7 years in prison for the death of the Rotterdam Car dealer Jan Baas. Perpetrator and victim were in their families to go sailing in the near Brielle. During a final meal was much drunk. Once the victim arrived later in the water there was quarrel. It would Baas three to five times on his head and his body kicked. According to the prosecutor were the "legs of the former pro 'lethal weapons'. Later (2013) Mulder was also linked to a bribery scandal at Telstar, in the 90s. 24 november 1982 - THE BIRTH IN POLDER WASSENAAR Wassenaar – employer- and workers organization close Wassenaar agreement on wage moderation. The Wassenaar Arrangement is then also seen as the birth of the Polder. The agreement was necessary because the government had threatened to freeze wage developments. The arrangements work and called abroad 'The Dutch Miracle'. 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new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window) Related Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published.CommentName Email Website Notify me of follow-up comments by email.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.