Dutch History Index: Periods
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- Brandaan. Gateway to medieval history.
- Informatie voor MediŰvisten.
- Bibliotheca Neerlandica manuscripta (BNM)
- Faculteit der Letteren KUN - De middeleeuwse Christelijke cultuur, heilig Ún profaan.
- Netherlands Research School for Medieval Studies - Official European mirror of The Camelot Project
- RUG - Onderzoekschool Medievistiek. The Netherlands Research School for Medieval Studies was established in January 1994. The Research School has the following principal missions: - to stimulate and co-ordinate medievalist research within the six participating Dutch universities,
- to stimulate and co-ordinate medievalist research within the Netherlands generally,
- to promote research contacts between medievalist researchers within the Netherlands and without,
- to co-ordinate training of medievalist graduate students within the Netherlands.
- Nederlandse literatuur en cultuur in de Middeleeuwen (NCLM). The website of a research project on Dutch literature and culture in the middle ages.
Extensive website with online publications, links et cetera (in Dutch).
- Afdeling Middelnederlandse Letterkunde Universiteit Utrecht
- Hansischer Geschichtsverein
- Middeleeuwse rechtshistorische bronnen uit Vlaanderen en Brabant. Medieval sources from Flanders and Brabant.
- The Symbiosis of Towns and Textiles: Urban Institutions and the Changing Fortunes of Cloth Manufacturing in the Low Countries and England, 1280 - 1570, online article by John Munro of Toronto University
- The Low Countries' Export Trade in Textiles with the Mediterranean Basin, 1200-1600: A Cost-Benefit Analysis of Comparative Advantages in Overland and Maritime Trade Routes, online article by John Munro of Toronto University
- Het huis van Anthonis de Roovere, website over de Brugse rederijker, door Johan Oosterman, Universiteit Leiden (NLCM) (in Dutch).
- Hof van Holland, 1457-1466. The history of the court of justice in Holland.
- 2000 jaar Domplein
- Geschiedenis van het Hanzeverbond
- Medieval Sources. Online medieval sources.
- Quellen zur mittelalterlichen Reichsgeschichte. Maintained by Stuart Jenks.
- The narrative sources from the southern Low Countries, 600-1500
- Kroniek Peter van Os.
- Bijzondere Collecties KB Middeleeuwse handschriften. Special collection of medieval manuscripts of the Royal Library.
- UBA - tentoonstelling Middeleeuws toneel in het Handschrift-Van Hulthem
- Amsterdams Centrum voor de Studie van de Gouden Eeuw (Amsterdam Centre for the study of the Golden Age). The mission of the Centre is to stimulate the study and knowledge of the Dutch history and culture in the Golden Age. The Centre binds together research and education from various disciplines at the University of Amsterdam.
Interesting website with information on research activities, a calendar, links et cetera (in Dutch).
- The Dutch Golden Age. Electronic text of documents refering editions on the Golden Age.
- De Opstand in de Nederlanden. Excellent site on the Dutch Revolt, maintained by Anton van der Lem. Contains an online history, online sources, maps, links, a bibliography et cetera (in Dutch).
- Dutch Republic Site. Excellent site with extensive information on the Dutch Republic. Contains (annotated) bibiographies, links and announcements.
- Letters of Philip II, King of Spain, 1592 - 1597. These letters from Philip II, King of Spain, mainly to Don Diego de Orellana de Chaves, Royal Governor of Spain's northern coast, date from the time of naval war against England and France, 1592 - 1597. This collection is in the possession of the Special Collections Department of the Harold B. Lee Library, Brigham Young University, Provo, Utah, USA.
- Louis XIV's Decleration of War Against the Dutch. Online version of the source. Part of the Hillsdale College's collection of primary sources for military history. This collection is currently focused primarily on European military history before the twentieth century.
- Dutch Sea Beggars
- Nederlands Centrum voor Contemporaine Geschiedenis. The Dutch research centre for contemporary history. Website with information on the centre of research being carried out, links, and coming events (in Dutch).
- National Accounts of the Netherlands 1800-1913. The results of the research programme "Reconstructing National Accounts of the Netherlands and the analysis of the development of the Dutch Economy in the period 1800-1940" carried out by J.L. van Zanden and others. From then onwards this programme resulted in a great number of articles and dissertations which provide a deeper understanding the the dynamics of long-term economic growth. To reconstruct national income extensive data concerning income, prices, foreign trade, production, employment and capital formation were collected and processed.
Very interesting site with downloadable datasets, online publications and so on.
- International Institute of Social History (IISH) was founded in 1935. It is one of the world's largest documentary and research institutions in the field of social history in general and the history of the labour movement in particular. The IISH is home to a number of other documentary institutions, most notably the Netherlands Economic History Archive (NEHA) and the Netherlands Press Museum (NPM).
The IISH also carries out and stimulates scholarly research. It is a respected meeting place for researchers from all over the world and organizes conferences, symposia and international research projects. The Institute publishes research results through international academic publishers and its own inhouse publishing unit.
- Netherlands Institute for War Documentation (NIOD), established shortly after World War II, collects and stores archives on World War II and the Netherlands, makes these archives accessible and available, conducts academic research, publishes the research findings, and provides information to government institutions and private persons.
- Bibliograhy World War II
- Anne Frank Homepage.
- Nationaal ComitÚ 4 en 5 mei
- Bonnen. The war story of the Mendel Meyer, a jew living in a small village (in Dutch).
- Documentatiegroep '40-'45. Website of the Dutch association of World war II collectors. The group was founded in 1963 and has about 1000 members. With a collection of links, online publications and table of contents of the periodical of the association (partly in Dutch).
- Nationaal Oorlogs- en Verzetsmuseum Overloon. The Dutch national museum on World War II and the resistance (in Dutch).
- Geschiedenis van de Nederlandse Omroep. Short online history of the Dutch broadcasting services (in Dutch).
About the Dutch History Index
The Dutch History Index is made of different pages which are always
under construction. You will find Virtual Resources produced in the Netherlands together
with world-wide resources dealing with Dutch history.
The URL of this page is
The Dutch History Index was created in September 2000.
WWW VL and the WWW VL History Network
The World Wide Web Virtual Library is a collection of subject related
Websites maintained by institutions throughout the world, each administering a
different subject. The project is now managed by an independent committee made
up of maintainers of various subject areas. For more information on the WWW VL
Main Project, go to [ http://www.vlib.org/AboutVL.html ] and for more information on
the History Network Project, go to [ http://www.ukans.edu/history/VL/about/about.html ]
About the Maintainer
The site is managed by Thimo de Nijs [Thimo.de.Nijs@planet.nl].
Please direct your notices of new URL's or
inoperative links to him here.
Last updated the 9th of October 2000.