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Low Countrieslocked

  • Albert Dunning,
  • Jan L. Broeckx,
  • Jos Wouters,
  • Leo Samama,
  • Corneel Mertens,
  • Henri Vanhulst,
  • Paul Ulveling
  •  and Wim Bosmans


An area that includes the present-day Kingdom of the Netherlands (familiarly but imprecisely known as ‘Holland’), Belgium and Luxembourg. These countries have a long history of changing boundaries and political organization. The term ‘Netherlands’ itself has also changed meaning several times. Initially it was a general geographical name covering the Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg and some northern parts of France; after about the mid-15th century it became increasingly a politico-dynastic designation which referred to the northern domains of the Duke of Burgundy....

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