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Dutch history is characterised by a strongly urbanised societal structure and the early formation of a governmental system. In the times of the federal Republic, many collegiate governments were forced to reach consensus on many topics, which has led to the production of a rich variety of sources.

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REPUBLIC: Resolutions Published in a Computational Environment
REPUBLIC: Resolutions Published in a Computational Environment
World history of the Netherlands
Against the current
Against the current
Correspondence of Johan de Witt (1625-1672)
Correspondence of Johan de Witt (1625-1672)
Flexible work in the Dutch polder, 1950-2020
Flexible work in the Dutch polder, 1950-2020
Letters form the Dutch and Frisian Stadtholders’ wives 1605 – 1725
Letters form the Dutch and Frisian Stadtholders’ wives 1605 – 1725
Constitutional committees 1883-1983
Constitutional committees 1883-1983
Correspondence of Christofforo Suriano (1616-1623)
Correspondence of Christofforo Suriano (1616-1623)
A Game of Thrones
Register of Ordinances for the Coast of Guinea 1597-1872
Register of Ordinances for the Coast of Guinea 1597-1872
Providing Access to the Aldermen Records of ‘s-Hertogenbosch 1366-1811
Providing Access to the Aldermen Records of ‘s-Hertogenbosch 1366-1811
Maritime Portal
Managing the Crisis
Managing the Crisis
Court culture around 1800: The life of Roustam the Mamluk
Court culture around 1800: The life of Roustam the Mamluk
Monarchy in Turmoil
Monarchy in Turmoil
The polder model. Political culture in water boards (c.1200-c.1800)
The polder model. Political culture in water boards (c.1200-c.1800)
Diplomatics in the Netherlands
Diplomatics in the Netherlands