We have many plans and enthusiasm to keep expanding and making Murderpedia a better site, but we really need your help for this. Born in Utrecht, Holland, Hans van Zon was a very quiet child.
As a parliamentary party participating in legislative elections, the NSB had some success during the 1930s.
It remained the only legal party in the Netherlands during most of the Second World War.
Little wonder then that the richest Dutch individual is a woman, Charlene de Carvalho-Heineken, heiress to the beer giant with a net worth of $7.7 billion.
, NSB) was a Dutch fascist and later national socialist political party.
The NSB was founded in Utrecht in 1931 during a period when several nationalist, fascist and national socialist parties were founded.
The founders were Anton Mussert, who became the party's leader, and Cornelis van Geelkerken.Its per capita income is among the ten highest in the world and it is home to many world institutions, chief of which is The Hague.However its main asset seems to be a high quality of life and a high degree of social tolerance. Holland is an inspiration in so many ways that he does not realize or even want to acknowledge. Holland has a dream of composing a very memorable and moving symphony, and to ultimately be "rich and famous." But working odd jobs in pursuit of his dream doesn't appeal to him.Gradually, though, he learns to accept and deal with these challenges, and becomes more loving and appreciative. Holland's Opus" for musicians, singers, music teachers, and really everyone. According to those he met during his adult years, he claimed to work for, amongst others, the C. In July 1964, She agreed to go out with the attractive liar, obviously deciding style was more important than substance.