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WieWasWie, WhoWasWho presents millions of records about persons in the past, aggregated from a large number of Dutch archive organizations participating in WhoWasWho. You'll find civil registration records, population registers, church registers and more! In addition, WhoWasWho offers so called user generated content: family trees and biographies created by other users. Your home page for archival research, where hundreds of kilometers of archive material is searchable.
 - 86 participating archives,
 - more than 52,750 archives and collections with more than 142 million descriptions of archival records,
 - of almost 68 million persons,
 - and nearly 1.020.000 newspaper pages,
 - and more than 3000 addresses of historical institutions

DBNL digitale bibliotheek voor de Nederlandse letteren, DBNL (Digital Library of Dutch Literature) is a digital collection of texts belonging to the Dutch literature, linguistics and cultural history from the earliest times to the present. The collection represents the entire Dutch language and is created by a collaboration between the Taalunie (Language Union), the Vlaamse Erfgoedbibliotheek (Flemish Heritage Library) and the Koninklijke Bibliotheek (Royal Library) in The Hague. The website is consulted annually about four million times. The library includes a collection of South African literature


Utrecht BDMs, 1811-onwards

Dutch East India Company (VOC):

Daghregister gehouden by der oppercoompan Jan Anthonisz van Riebeeck, eds. D.B. Bosman en H.B. Thom, A.A. Balkema, Kaapstad 1957, - digitale bibliotheek voor de Nederlandse letteren

Deel 1 - 1651-1655

Deel 2 - 1656-1658

Deel 3 - 1659-1662

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