26 oktober 1985 - MILLIONS OF SIGNATURES AGAINST CRUISE

Den Haag – The Komitee Cruise Missiles No Hands 3.743.455 signatures to Prime Minister Lubbers and the House President. The signatures are meant as a protest against the placement of 48 Cruise missiles in our country. As Prime Minister Lubbers would like to address the people, they turn him (literally) en masse to the back. Do go on 1 November, a majority in agreement with the placement of missiles.

26 oktober 1987 - THOUSANDS OF POLICE OFFICERS CARRIED ACTION IN THE HAGUE

Police demonstrate in The Hague against cuts; policemen Malieveld. Foto: Rob Croes, National Archives / Anefo

Den Haag – On the Malieveld Hague come around 13.000 tot 15.000 police together to take action against austerity plans of the Ministries of Justice and Home Affairs. Agents are mainly against the new regime inconveniences "that ensures that they are strongly in wages deteriorate. The scheme success, because the scheme is postponed.

26 oktober 1894 – FIRST ANWB HANDBOOK OF NETHERLANDS IN ROTTERDAM

Rotterdam – On the road between Rotterdam and Utrecht placed the first sign of Netherlands. the ANWB, The cyclists union, was initially reluctant, because they felt that people just had to learn good map reading, maar in 1892 They tack and plans for an initial signpost made.

A replica of the sign still stands in the garden of the Hoflaankerk.

Replica of CSS 1 the Hoflaan in Rotterdam

Shortly after placing the first signpost, more followed. But not everyone is equally happy with.

“The third signpost on the road Rotterdam-Utrecht, placed by the “Alge Meenen Netherlands Chen Cyclists Bond” for the convenience of the touring cyclists, is by now already hand wanton, some few days destroyed after its founding.”

(Rotterdamsch Nieuwsblad – 06-11-1894)

Three directional signs are the signpost demolished.

Nevertheless, the AA continues to drop steadily signposts. In 1904 there are a hundred in the Netherlands.

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