Unissued / Unused material. 1953
Title reads: "Neerlands Nieuws". Dutch newsreel item.
The Netherlands / Holland. National Day of Mourning following terrible floods.
Various shots of people going to church, and synagogues in the bitter cold and snowy weather. GV Deserted snow...
Dutch Royals arrive at Hendon RAF Aerodrome, London.
Terrible floods wash away defences and swamp low lying areas in Holland.
Planes flying in formation at NATO Airshow in Soesterberg, Netherlands.
Princess Margriet marries Pieter Van Vollenhoven in St. James's church. The Hague. Holland.
German troops enter the Low Countries and Churchill takes over as Prime Minister.
Princess Irene of Holland is to marry Spanish Prince.
Documentary film about events of early months of 1940.
Paul Henri Spaak, Dutch Royals and European delegates at Congress in Hague.
Queen Wilhelmina of Holland abdicates in favour of her daughter Juliana.
Queen Juliana of Holland touring and inspecting the burst dykes in the Dutch Floods.
Molotov and Marshall arrive for London Conference, Bernhard and Juliana of Holland depart.
3rd Day of State visit of Queen Elizabeth II and Prince Philip to the Netherlands.
Army Kinema Corporation's review of 1952's international, national and sporting news.
Queen Juliana attends banquet at the Guildhall in London.
Rift within the Dutch Royal Family between Princess Irene and her parents
Procession under canopy of diplomats, heralds, Queen Juliana & Prince Bernhard, in church.
Dutch Royal Family attend celebrations at Olympic Stadium in Amsterdam for the Jubilee.
Four day State Visit by President Coty of France to Holland.
The Dutch Royal Family hold party for evacuee children who fled the recent floods.
Children in fancy dress in Stadium, The Hague for Queen Juliana's 40th Birthday.
King Baudouin of Belgium marries Dona Fabiola de Mora Y Aragon in Belgium.
King George VI presents colours to 1st Battalion Irish Guards at Buckingham Palace.
King presents the new Colours to the 1st Battalion Irish Guards at Buckingham Palace.
The Prime Minister Clement Attlee visit the Walcheren Islands. Holland.