Background for reading: stories of Holland

United States, 1959

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Views of Holland are used to provide a background to Dutch literature: views of windmills; canals; dairy farms and farm houses; fishing boats on the Zuyder Zee; old-fashioned costumes worn by the people; the dikes; tulip growing; views of the town of Leiden; Rembrandt’s studio and the old Church of St Peter’s.


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Coronet Instructional Films






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