A Jewish settlement camp near the Zuiderzee, Netherlands prior to World War II. The Jewish settlement camp is on reclaimed land near the Zuiderzee where the Jews learn carpentering, cabinet making and farming to equip them for life in Palestine. Jewish men in a wash room. Jewish men eating in a community restaurant. Men walk out of the community building. Men working in a greenhouse. Cooks in a kitchen. Women peeling potatoes. The Jews working in a carpentering shop.
Austrian refugees arrive at a relief center run by a relief committee in Amsterdam, Netherlands after the annexation of Austria by Germany prior to World War II. The refugees enter the Amsterdam Headquarters. They eat at a table. The refugees showing passports to a porter. A refugee shows a Jewish passport with a 'J' on it. Secretary of the Committee Miss Pereira examines the passports. The refugees enter the relief headquarters.
A Dutch Jewish hospital in Amsterdam, Netherlands prior to World War II. Patients of Nazi brutality lying on beds in a hospital ward. Nurses treat the patients. A nurse bathing a patient's head. A sign of Dutch Jewish Hospital.
NATO assists Netherlands in flood relief operations. Netherlands troops work on dikes. View from inside a U.S. Air Force C-119 aircraft dropping relief supplies, including inflated rafts, over flood threatened areas of Netherlands. Netherlands troops dump material from a truck to reinforce dike. Troops and civilians work on dikes.
Princess Margriet Francisca of the Netherlands to wed Commoner Pieter van Vollenhoven, Jr in Netherlands. The Soestdijk Palace in Baarn, Netherlands. Princess Margriet seated with Vollenhoven on a sofa along with her family. Queen of the Netherlands Juliana speaks to them. Princess Margriet and Commoner Pieter van. Princess Beatrix with her husband. A sculpture of the four princesses. The press photographers walk up to the palace. The Princess and Commoner come out of the palace. Men takes a picture. Princess Margriet and Commoner Pieter van stand together in a garden.
Anti-communist protestors riot in support of the Hungarian Uprising of 1956, and against Soviet efforts to stop the Hungarian revolution. The crowds demonstrate holding torch light and banners in West Berlin. People set a structure on fire during the demonstration in Paris, France. People outside the Communist Party Headquarters in Amsterdam, Netherlands demonstrate. The angry crowd throws objects at the Felix Meritis building, located at 324 Keizersgracht, Centrum, Amsterdam, Netherlands, site of the offices of the Communist Party of the Netherlands. Broken glass in a window outside the headquarters offices of the Communist Party of the Netherlands.. The protestors seen people outside the Felix Meritis building.