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Hendrikus Colijn

(b. Burgerveen, 22 June 1869; d. Ilmenau, Germany, 18 Sept. 1944) Netherlandish; Prime Minister 1933–9 After a six-year military training Colijn joined the Royal Netherlands ...

Colijn, Hendrikus

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A Dictionary of Contemporary World History (6 ed.)

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2021
Subject:
History, Contemporary History (post 1945)
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375 words

...Colijn, Hendrikus (b. Burgerveen , 22 June 1869 ; d. Ilmenau, Germany , 18 Sept. 1944 ) Prime Minister of the Netherlands 1933–9 After a six-year military training Colijn joined the Royal Netherlands Indian Army (KNIL) in 1893 , covering colonial administration. Upon his return to the Netherlands he was elected a member of the Lower House for the orthodox-Protestant Anti-revolutionary Party. Two years later he was appointed Minister of War, serving in 1912 also as interim Minister for the Navy. During his two years in office he carried through a...

Colijn, Hendrikus

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A Dictionary of Political Biography (2 ed.)

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2013
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Social sciences, Politics
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372 words

..., Hendrikus (b. Burgerveen , 22 June 1869 ; d. Ilmenau, Germany , 18 Sept. 1944 ) Netherlandish ; Prime Minister 1933–9 After a six-year military training Colijn joined the Royal Netherlands Indian Army (KNIL) in 1893 , covering colonial administration. Upon his return to the Netherlands he was elected a member of the Lower House for the orthodox-Protestant Anti-revolutionary Party. Two years later he was appointed Minister of War, serving in 1912 also as interim Minister for the Navy. During his two years in office he carried through a...

Hendrikus Colijn

Hendrikus Colijn  

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(b. Burgerveen, 22 June 1869; d. Ilmenau, Germany, 18 Sept. 1944)Netherlandish; Prime Minister 1933–9 After a six-year military training Colijn joined the Royal Netherlands Indian Army (KNIL) in ...

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