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Amsterdam - Historical Events
Date Event
1275-10-27

Traditional founding of the city of Amsterdam.

1345-03-16

Holy spirit glides above fire: "the miracle of Amsterdam" (legend)

1387-10-26

Amsterdam buccaneer Herman of Kuinre sign peace

1521-10-25

Emperor Charles V bans wooden buildings in Amsterdam

1523-11-30

Amsterdam bans assembly of heretics

1531-05-31

"Women's Revolt" in Amsterdam: wool house in churchyard aborted

1535-02-10

12 nude anabaptists run through Amsterdam streets

1540-03-19

Court of Holland names Amsterdam sheriff John Hubrechtsz a "heretic"

1566-08-23

Beeldenstorm reaches Amsterdam

1577-11-23

Water Geuzen under capt Slope enter Amsterdam

1580-03-17

Prince Willem of Orange welcomed in Amsterdam

1585-07-25

Amsterdam bans 45 roman catholics

1596-05-18

Willem Barents leaves Amsterdam for Novaya Zemlya

1603-08-22

1st stones layed in Zuiderkerk Amsterdam

1609-01-31

Wisselbank of Amsterdam established

1613-01-24

Amsterdam merchant Hans Bontemantel baptized

1614-04-25

Amsterdam Bank of Loan forms

1614-10-11

Adriaen Block and 12 Amsterdam merchants petition the States General for exclusive trading rights in the New Netherland colony.

1619-04-19

Theatrum Anatomicum opens in Amsterdam

1620-12-02

English language newspaper "Namloos" begins publishing in Amsterdam

1630-07-12

New Amsterdam's governor buys Gull Island from Indians for cargo, renames it Oyster Island, it is later known as Ellis Island

1638-01-03

Schouwburg Theater, the 1st in Amsterdam, opens

1638-09-01

-4] French queen-mother Maria de' Medici visits Amsterdam

1645-08-30

Dutch & Indians sign peace treaty (New Amsterdam (NY))

1647-05-11

Peter Stuyvesant arrives in New Amsterdam.

1648-01-20

Cornerstone of Amsterdam townhall laid

1650-07-30

Prince Willem II occupies Amsterdam

1650-08-03

Viceroy Willem II & Amsterdam reach accord about standing army

1651-03-05

South Sea dike in Amsterdam breaks after storm

1652-06-27

New Amsterdam (now New York City) enacts first speed limit law in North America

1652-07-06

Fire on Dutch Dam (Amsterdam's city hall burns)

1653-02-02

New Amsterdam becomes a city (later renamed New York)

1654-08-22

Jacob Barsimson arrives in New Amsterdam (modern day Manhattan) aboard the Peartree, one ot the first Jewish colonists

1655-04-26

Dutch West Indies Co denies Peter Stuyvesant's desire to exclude Jews from New Amsterdam

1655-06-13

Adriana Nooseman-van de Bergh is 1st actress in Amsterdam theater

1655-07-27

Jews of New Amsterdam petition for a Jewish cemetery

1655-07-29

Biggest townhall in the world opens in Amsterdam

1655-08-28

New Amsterdam & Peter Stuyvesant bars Jews from military service

1656-02-22

New Amsterdam granted a Jewish burial site

1656-03-13

Jews are denied the right to build a synagogue in New Amsterdam

1657-06-01

1st Quakers arrives in New Amsterdam (NY)

1658-08-12

1st American police force forms (New Amsterdam)

1660-10-15

Asser Levy granted butcher's license (kosher meat) in New Amsterdam

1660-11-15

First kosher butcher (Asser Levy) licensed in New Amsterdam (now New York City)

1664-08-29

Adriaen Pieck/Gerrit de Ferry patent wooden firespout in Amsterdam

1664-09-08

Dutch surrender New Amsterdam (NY) to 300 English soldiers

1665-06-12

New Amsterdam legally becomes British and renamed New York after English Duke of York

1672-02-23

Joan Blaeus publishers destroyed by fire in Amsterdam

1675-08-10

Portuguese-Jewish synagogue opens in Amsterdam

1675-11-04

Storm hits Western Europe: flood in Amsterdam

1680-12-31

Amsterdam opera at Leidsegracht opens

1682-12-02

English Earl of Shaftesbury flees to Amsterdam

1687-09-26

The city council of Amsterdam votes to support William of Orange's invasion of England, which became the Glorious Revolution.

1696-01-31

Revolt by undertakers after funeral reforms (Amsterdam)

1717-01-14

German mob leader "Sjako" sentenced to death in Amsterdam

1748-06-03

Amsterdam establishes municipal postal service

1748-06-28

Riot after public execution in Amsterdam, 200+ killed

1751-09-12

Amsterdam refuses establishment of Jewish ghetto

1754-01-15

Riot at burial of doelist Daniel Raap in Amsterdam

1770-04-19

Amsterdam buys Van Aerssens family 1/3 part of Suriname

1771-07-31

Paul Potters "Great ossendrift" sold for Ÿ9050 in Amsterdam

1771-11-16

West Indian Company & Amsterdam divide up Suriname

1772-05-11

Amsterdam theater destroyed by fire, 18 killed

1778-09-04

City of Amsterdam signs trade agreement with American rebels

1787-09-15

-16] Utrecht patriots flee to Amsterdam

1787-10-02

Maagden House opens in Amsterdam

1787-10-10

Amsterdam surrenders to Prussian invasion army

1795-01-18

French admitted to Amsterdam without resistance

1795-01-19

Democratic revolution in Amsterdam ends oligarchy

1795-03-05

Amsterdam celebrates Revolution on the Dam; Square of Revolution

1796-05-10

Riot after disagreement of patriotic demand in Amsterdam

1804-02-26

Vice-admiral William Bligh (of Bounty fame) ends siege of Fort Amsterdam, Willemstad

1810-07-04

French troops occupy Amsterdam

1813-11-15

Tax revolt in Amsterdam

1823-11-12

Great North Holland Canal (Amsterdam) opens

1828-01-05

1st edition of Amsterdam General Trade Journal (Algemeen Handelsblad)

1828-04-04

Casparus van Wooden patents chocolate milk powder (Amsterdam)

1830-10-01

General Trade Journal newspaper begins publishing in Amsterdam

1839-09-02

Salon of Varietes opens in Amsterdam

1839-09-20

1st railroad in Netherland opens (Amsterdam-Haarlem)

1843-12-06

Amsterdam-Utrecht railway opens

1845-09-10

King Willem II opens Amsterdam Stock exchange

1848-03-24

State of siege proclaimed in Amsterdam

1849-05-12

Willem Alexander PFL crowned king Willem III in Amsterdam

1851-05-18

Amsterdam-Nieuwediep telegraph connection linked

1854-05-01

Amsterdam begins transferring drinking water out of the dunes

1856-11-16

Amsterdam post office at Nieuwezijds Voorburgwal opens

1864-08-16

Palace for People's industry official opens in Amsterdam

1867-07-16

Amstel Hotel, "the dignified old lady" opens in Amsterdam

1869-06-28

Amsterdam typographer strike

1870-06-11

1st-stone Amstel Brewery opens in Amsterdam

1872-09-10

Karl Marx speaks in Amsterdam

1876-08-24

Riot abolishes fairs in Amsterdam, 2 killed

1876-11-01

King Willem III opens North Sea Canal (Amsterdam-IJmuiden)

1878-07-07

Social-Democratic United forms in Amsterdam

1880-10-20

Amsterdam Free University opens

1882-02-12

Social-Democratic Union forms in Amsterdam

1882-12-02

Amsterdam Artis Zoo opens aquarium

1883-04-24

28 Surinamers depart to Amsterdam World's Fair

1883-05-01

Amsterdam World's Fair opens

1883-08-01

Amsterdam's Grand Hotel Krasnapolsky gets electric lights

1883-08-12

The last quagga (zebra subspecies) dies at the Artis Magistra zoo in Amsterdam.

1885-11-23

Amsterdam police attack meeting of social-democrats united

1887-12-02

Amsterdam's Oscar Carrés Circus Theater opens

1888-04-11

The Concertgebouw in Amsterdam is inaugurated.

1888-11-03

Amsterdam: 1st concerto of Concert worker, under Willem Kes

1889-10-15

Amsterdam Central Station officially opens

1890-01-21

1st issue of Propria Cures, Amsterdam student-weekly newspaper

1890-02-20

Amsterdam Theater destroyed by fire

1892-08-04

Queen Wilhelmina & Emma open Merwede Canal between Amsterdam and the Rhine

1892-09-16

Amsterdam swim club renamed "The Y"

1894-02-05

Female suffrage organization in Amsterdam forms

1894-09-02

-3] Amsterdam Municipal theater opens

1895-01-18

Amsterdam's AFC soccer team forms

1897-01-10

Vincent d'Indy's "Istar" premieres in Amsterdam & Brussels

1898-12-24

Herman Heijermans' "Ghetto" premieres in Amsterdam

1900-02-18

Ajax soccer team forms in Amsterdam

1900-03-18

Ajax (Amsterdam Football Club), forms

1900-03-26

1st edition The (Free) People (Neth, probably Amsterdam)

1900-04-02

1st edition of The Volk published (Amsterdam)

1900-08-07

Diamond workers in Amsterdam strike

1900-12-24

Herman Heijermans' "Hope of Blessing" premieres in Amsterdam

1902-01-10

Alphons Diepenbrock's "Te Deum" premieres (Amsterdam)

1902-06-01

Blue-White United soccer team of Amsterdam forms

1903-01-06

Dutch Press museum opens in Amsterdam

1903-01-12

Harry Houdini performs at Rembrandt theater, Amsterdam

1903-01-21

Harry Houdini escapes from Halvemaansteeg police station in Amsterdam

1903-03-26

American Hotel opens in Amsterdam

1903-05-27

Queen Wilhelmina opens Berlages Merchants bureau in Amsterdam

1903-11-02

New Amsterdam Theater opens at 214 W 42nd St NYC

1904-06-28

International Anti-Military Cooperation (IAMV) forms in Amsterdam

1905-04-22

Operations begin uniting conservatory of Nature monument Amsterdam

1905-09-14

Albert Cuypstrat street market in Amsterdam inaugurated

1906-07-15

Republic museum opens Rembrandt hall in Amsterdam

1907-12-13

German emperor Wilhelm II visits Amsterdam

1908-06-15

World congress for Women's rights opens in Amsterdam

1909-03-14

Amsterdam Social-Democratic Party (SDP) forms

1910-04-29

Ex-president Theodore Roosevelt visits Amsterdam

1910-09-18

25,000 demonstrate in Amsterdam for general male/female suffrage

1911-01-07

Dutch Scouts Organization established in Amsterdam

1911-02-05

Society of Dutch Composers forms in Amsterdam

1911-06-10

Queen Wilhelmina opens Rembrandt house in Amsterdam

1912-05-01

Amsterdam-North soccer team DWV forms

1913-09-02

Amsterdam reroutes sewage of canals to South Seas

1914-07-28

Foxtrot 1st danced at New Amsterdam Roof Garden (NYC, by Harry Fox)

1915-01-17

Antoni van Leeuwenhoek's Hospital in Amsterdam opens

1916-05-10

Historic Shipport Museum opens in Amsterdam

1916-09-17

40,000 Amsterdam demonstrators demand general voting right

1917-06-28

Potato entrepreneurs begins in Amsterdam

1918-03-18

Socialist Youth AJC organizes in Amsterdam

1918-04-04

Food riot in Amsterdam

1919-07-21

Anthony Fokker's establishes airplane factory at Hamburg & Amsterdam

1919-07-28

Vrije Vakbewegings Internationale (VVI) forms in Amsterdam

1919-08-01

Queen Wilhelmina opens 1st Air Fair in Amsterdam

1919-10-07

First London-Amsterdam airline service (British Aerial Transport & KLM)

1919-11-22

15,000 men are cremated at Domela Newenhouse, Amsterdam

1920-01-04

Amsterdam actors decide to strike for retirement benefits

1920-02-12

-Apr 26] 14,000 Rotterdam/Amsterdam harbor workers strike

1921-04-14

Prince Henry opens Rotterdam-Amsterdam-Bremen-Hamburg air route

1921-04-27

Hadjememaar, [Corn de Gelder] elected in Amsterdam

1921-10-21

Tuschinski Theater opens in Amsterdam

1921-10-28

Amsterdam's Tuschinski movie theater opens

1922-03-31

Prince Hendrik opens trade fair building in Amsterdam

1922-11-01

Queen Wilhelmina opens Dutch Historical Maritime museum in Amsterdam

1923-01-08

Typography strike in Amsterdam

1923-01-23

Taxi strike in Amsterdam begins (through March 9th)

1923-03-09

Amsterdam taxi strike ended

1923-09-23

80,000 demonstrate in Amsterdam against Fleet law

1924-02-01

Amsterdam's Netherlands Press Museum opens

1924-05-08

Workers at Werkspoor in Amsterdam strike against 3rd wage cut

1924-07-10

Railroad worker strike ends in Amsterdam

1924-10-01

Fokker F-7 1st flight (Amsterdam to Batavia)

1925-02-28

Theater Museum of Amsterdam forms

1925-11-01

VARA, Vereniging van Workers Radio Amateurs forms in Amsterdam

1926-02-10

Building of Olympic Stadium Amsterdam, begins

1926-04-13

Bicyclists without bicycle-tax-stamp rounded up in Amsterdam

1926-12-11

Josephine Baker goes up in Amsterdam

1927-05-01

Netherlands beats Belgium 3-2 in soccer match in Amsterdam

1928-03-11

Netherlands & Belgium tie 1-1 (soccer match in Amsterdam)

1928-05-17

9th modern Olympic games opens in Amsterdam

1928-07-28

9th Olympic Games open in Amsterdam

1928-08-03

Ray Barbuti saves US team from defeat in Amsterdam Olympics track events by winning 400 m (47.8 sec)

1928-08-12

9th Olympic Games close in Amsterdam

1929-02-03

Revolutionary Socialist Party forms in Amsterdam

1929-04-11

Loetafoon celluloid film system demonstrated in Amsterdam

1929-04-18

Palace for People's industry in Amsterdam devastated by fire

1929-06-08

Venezuelan rebel Rafael Urbina overthrows Fort Amsterdam, Curacao kidnap governor Fruytier

1929-09-25

Queen-mother Emma opens Antonie van Leeuwenhoek House in Amsterdam

1931-01-22

VARA begins experimental TV broadcast in Diamantbeurs Amsterdam

1932-08-27

International anti-war congress opens in Amsterdam

1932-08-29

International Anti-War Committee forms in Amsterdam

1933-01-09

Amsterdam confectionery worker go on strike against wage reduction

1933-12-14

Josephine Baker performs in Amsterdam

1934-01-08

Jaap Speyers "Bluejackets" premieres in Amsterdam

1934-07-04

Jordanians revolt in Amsterdam after reduction in employment

1935-02-28

Amsterdam Hotel of the Red Lion gets sidewalk permit

1935-06-26

SDAP & CPH achieve majority in city council in Amsterdam

1935-07-01

Algemeen Nederlands Persbureau (ANP, General Ducth Press Agency) forms in Amsterdam

1935-07-18

Amsterdam city council accept city growth plan through the year 2000

1935-11-25

International Institute for Social History (IISG) forms in Amsterdam

1936-04-06

ANP begins telex service in Amsterdam

1936-07-01

Watchfulness Committee forms in Amsterdam

1936-10-02

Amsterdam's Calvinist Churches reject nazism

1937-10-07

Johan Wagenaar's "Feestmars" premieres in Amsterdam

1938-05-10

Banning speech on anti-fascism demonstration in Amsterdam

1940-05-15

German troops occupy Amsterdam, Gen Winkelman surrenders

1940-05-19

Amsterdam time becomes MET (Middle European Time)

1940-07-15

Nazi occupiers seize library of IISG Amsterdam

1940-08-15

1st edition of Jewish Weekly newspaper in Amsterdam (under Nazis)

1941-02-09

Nazi collaborators destroy pro-Jewish café Alcazar Amsterdam (Alcazar refused to hang "No Entry for Jews" signs in front of cafe)

1941-02-12

Jewish Council for Amsterdam forms, under Ascher/Cohen

1941-02-19

Nazi police attacked & driven away from Koco, Amsterdam (by young Jews)

1941-02-19

Nazi raid Amsterdam & round up 429 young Jews for deportation

1941-02-22

Nazi SS begin rounding up Jews of Amsterdam

1941-02-24

Anti nazi meeting at Noordermarkt Amsterdam

1941-02-25

February strike against persecution of Jews, in Amsterdam

1941-06-11

2nd great raid on Jews of Amsterdam

1941-06-27

Nazi manifest against the Jews in Amsterdam

1942-06-12

Anne Frank gets her diary as a birthday present (Amsterdam)

1942-07-06

Anne Frank's family goes into hiding in After House, Amsterdam

1942-07-14

1st transport of Amsterdam Jews to Westerbork

1942-07-14

Riots against Jews in Amsterdam

1943-01-15

1st transport of Jews from Amsterdam to concentration camp Vught

1943-02-05

Amsterdam resistance group CS-6 shoots nazi general Seyffardt

1943-02-10

Van der Veen Resistance starts fire in Amsterdam employment bureau

1943-03-01

Jewish old age home for disabled in Amsterdam raided

1943-05-01

1st edition of illegal "The Free Artist" appears in Amsterdam

1943-05-26

Jews riot against Germany in Amsterdam

1943-06-18

SS Police in Amsterdam sentence for 12 resistance fighter to death (Jewish, communists, homosexuality) at the census bureau

1943-06-20

German round up Jews in Amsterdam

1943-07-25

RAF bombs Fokker airplane factory in Amsterdam

1943-07-29

Nazi's evacuate Hollandsche Theater in Amsterdam

1943-09-29

German riots at Amsterdam Jews

1944-05-01

Surprise attack on Weteringschans Amsterdam, fails

1944-07-14

Attempt to liberate prisoners in Amsterdam fails, John Post arrested

1944-08-02

Amsterdam soccer team "The Volewijckers" plays in orange shirts

1944-08-04

Anne Frank arrested in Amsterdam by German Security Police (Grüne Polizei) following a tip-off from an informer who was never identified

1944-10-09

German occupiers turn off electricity in Amsterdam

1944-10-23

First Central Kitchen opens in Amsterdam

1944-10-25

Gas output stopped in Amsterdam

1944-11-20

Amsterdam: Vondelpark closed because of kappen of trees

1944-12-18

Nazi occupiers of Amsterdam destroy electricity plants

1945-01-04

Germans execute resistance fighters in Amsterdam

1945-01-05

Surprise attack on Liese-Aktion-office on Marnix St, Amsterdam

1945-05-07

SS open fire on crowd in Amsterdam, killing 22

1945-05-08

Canadian troops move into Amsterdam

1945-06-06

"Free People" premieres in Amsterdam

1945-06-15

Dutch political party ANJV established in Concert building, Amsterdam

1946-02-17

Humanistic Covenant forms in Amsterdam

1946-05-19

Dutch Cooperation for Sexual Reform (NVSH) forms in Amsterdam

1946-07-02

Harbor workers end strike at Rotterdam & Amsterdam

1947-04-25

Trial against WW II mayor of Amsterdam Edward Voete begins

1947-10-29

Trial of art forger Han van Meegeren begins in Amsterdam

1948-05-31

Tommy Lasorda strikes out 25 Amsterdam Rugmakers (in 15 innings)

1949-10-31

Dutch Nazi Henri 'Hakkie' Holdert, director of Amsterdam paper De Telegraaf and member of the SS, sentenced to 12 years imprisonment

1952-05-21

Dutch Queen Juliana opens Amsterdam-Rhine Canal

1954-02-01

Scapino Ballet Studio in Amsterdam destroyed by fire

1954-04-01

1st Dutch motorway, Amsterdam-Utrecht, opens

1955-04-01

Armed military action taken against bureaucratic strike in Amsterdam

1955-05-18

Queen Juliana opens E55 fair in Amsterdam

1956-05-04

Queen Juliana unveils National Monument to Dams in Amsterdam

1956-05-18

Queen Juliana opens Rembrandt fairs in Amsterdam

1957-02-01

Gijsbert of Hall appointed mayor of Amsterdam

1957-05-04

Anne Frank Foundation forms in Amsterdam

1957-09-18

Electric train joining in Amsterdam-Brussels

1960-01-14

Tuindorp-Oostzaan in Northern Amsterdam, flooded

1960-05-03

The Anne Frank House opens in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.

1961-02-02

Prince Bernhard opens new RAI building in Amsterdam

1961-08-31

Amsterdam National Ballet forms

1962-04-14

Demonstration for sovereign status of New-Guinea in Amsterdam

1963-02-16

C & A Building in Amsterdam burns down

1964-06-07

Beatles travel canals of Amsterdam

1964-08-08

Dutch Opera forms in Amsterdam

1965-03-20

Civil and Women's Rights Activist Dorothy Height has her first column published in the weekly African-American newspaper called the "New York Amsterdam News"

1965-09-25

Children find trunk with corpse in Amsterdam canal

1965-12-12

Vivian Beaumont Theater opens at 65th St & Amsterdam Ave NYC

1966-06-21

Queen Juliana opens Coen tunnel in Amsterdam

1966-10-25

6 youths sentenced in "Johnson murderer!" in Amsterdam

1966-12-13

1st battle for Bijlmer flats Amsterdam

1967-04-04

Amsterdam Marines chase out "nozems" of Central Station

1967-04-04

Marines chase "Nozems" out of Amsterdam Central Station

1967-05-09

Gijsbert van Hall resigns as mayor of Amsterdam

1967-08-01

Izaak Samkalden becomes mayor of Amsterdam

1968-10-30

Queen Juliana opens IJ tunnel in Amsterdam

1969-03-25

John & Yoko stage their 1st bed-in for peace (Amsterdam)

1969-05-16

Students occupies Magden House Amsterdam

1970-01-02

Dutch premiere of musical "Hair" in Amsterdam

1970-01-23

Dolle Mina's burns her bra in Amsterdam

1970-03-13

100 year Beehive anniversary ends in brawl in Amsterdam

1970-07-02

1st Boeing 747 to land in Amsterdam & Brussels

1970-07-13

Building begins of Amsterdam metro

1973-01-17

City of Amsterdam decides to support Hanoi

1973-10-04

Hans of Manens ballet "Adagio Hammerklavier" premieres in Amsterdam

1975-02-14

Bomb explodes at annex of Amsterdam metro station

1975-09-14

Rembrandts "Nightwatch" slashed & damaged in Amsterdam

1976-06-13

Bob Marley performs in Amsterdam

1976-09-08

Fons Rademakers' film "Max Havelaar" premieres in Amsterdam

1977-02-28

Harbor strike in Rotterdam/Amsterdam ends

1977-05-09

Hotel Poland in Amsterdam destroyed by fire, 33 killed

1977-06-15

Wim Polak becomes mayor of Amsterdam

1977-09-29

Peter Schats circus opera "Houdini" premieres in Amsterdam

1977-10-14

Princess Beatrice opens Amsterdam metro

1977-10-27

Amsterdam businessman M Caransa kidnapped

1977-11-10

Amsterdam: Red Army Faction terrorists Gert Schneider/Christof Wackernagel arrested

1977-12-14

War criminal Pieter Menten sentenced in Amsterdam to 15 years

1978-03-19

50,000 demonstrate in Amsterdam against neutron bomb

1981-05-20

Ipswich Town wins 10th UEFA Cup at Amsterdam

1981-11-21

400,000 demonstrate in Amsterdam against cruise missiles

1982-07-03

Riot at building Stopera Amsterdam (damages Ÿ1 million)

1982-10-11

Riot in Amsterdam as tram catches fire

1983-11-09

Amsterdam brewer Freddie Heineken kidnapped

1983-11-30

Police free kidnapped beer magnate Alfred Heineken in Amsterdam

1985-02-19

ADM of Amsterdam declares bankruptcy

1985-10-08

"Rembrandt & Hitler or Me" premieres in Amsterdam

1986-01-16

Police arrested 3 IRA-terrorists in Amsterdam

1988-04-11

Royal Concert building in Amsterdam reopens

1989-02-14

African National Congress (ANC) opens office in Amsterdam

1989-09-25

Archaeologists open Titus of Rhine grave in Amsterdam

1990-06-16

Nelson & Winnie Mandela visit Leidseplein, Amsterdam

1991-02-28

"Les Miserables" opens at Theatre Carre, Amsterdam

1992-09-17

Amsterdam stock exchange hits record Ÿ8.8 billion

1992-10-04

El Al cargo plane crashes at Amsterdam Bijlmer, 43 die

1993-03-18

Amsterdam stock exchange hits record Ÿ12.2 billion

1993-04-02

1st test flight of Fokker 70 (Amsterdam)

1994-04-22

Schelto Patijn appointed mayor of Amsterdam

1997-05-18

"King David" opens at New Amsterdam Theater NYC

1997-05-23

"King David" closes at New Amsterdam Theater NYC

1998-08-01

-8] Gay & Lesbian Games #5 open in Amsterdam

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Amsterdam - Notable Birthdays

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Amsterdam - Birthdays
Date Event
1565-05-15

Henrick de Keyser, architect/master builder of Amsterdam

1571-01-21

John I Pontanus, physicist/historian (Amsterdam)

1593-10-11

Claes P "Nicolaas" Tulip, anatomy/mayor of Amsterdam (1654..71)

1595-02-02

Jacob van Campen, painter/architect (New Church, Amsterdam)

1611-02-19

Andries de Graeff, mayor of Amsterdam (1657..71)

1618-01-14

Jan Six, Dutch mayor of Amsterdam

1619-10-08

Philipp von Zesen, German poet/historian (Amsterdam)

1626-01-25

John van de Cappelle, Amsterdam, landscape painter

1629-04-23

John Commelin, director (Hortus Botanicus, Amsterdam)

1632-11-24

Baruch "Benedict" de Spinoza, Amsterdam, rationalist philosopher

1637-02-12

Jan Swammerdam, Amsterdam, Dutch anatomist/entomologist (Bible of Nature)

1641-05-08

Nicolaas Witsen, etcher/mayor (Amsterdam)

1655-06-26

Jean Deutz, merchant/Amsterdam regent

1685-06-03

Cornelis Hop, Amsterdam regent/diplomat

1697-09-06

Willem Gideon Deutz, Amsterdam regent/banker/merchant

1700-12-22

Egbert de Vrij Temminck, Amsterdam regent

1709-10-25

John Wagenaar, Amsterdam merchant/historian, baptised

1722-05-11

Peter Camper, Leyden Holland, anatomist/professor (Amsterdam)

1724-11-21

John Ekels, the Old, Amsterdam painter/cartoonist

1748-07-31

Isaac Ouwater, Amsterdam painter/cartoonist

1791-02-12

Jan D Zocher Jr, Dutch garden architect (Vondelpark, Amsterdam)

1813-01-31

Samuel Sarphati, Amsterdam, physician/pharmacist/social activist

1827-05-16

Petrus J H Cuypers, architect (Amsterdam Museum, Central station)

1841-02-12

Gijsbert van Tienhoven, Dutch mayor (Amsterdam) and Prime Minister of the Netherlands 1891-1894

1856-02-16

Willem Kes, Dutch violinist/composer/conductor (Parkorkest Amsterdam)

1856-02-21

Hendrik P Berlage, architect (Stock exchange Amsterdam)

1867-03-18

Michael G de Boer, historian (Harbor of Amsterdam)

1867-03-22

Meijer Linnewiel, [Prof Kokadorus], Amsterdam's pitchman

1868-12-28

Marie van Regteren Altena, Dutch painter (Amsterdam's Joffers)

1872-08-28

Piet Köhler, Op stap door Amsterdam

1875-08-18

Johan E Elias, historian (Amsterdam)

1876-9-13

Gusta Chrispijn-Mulder, Amsterdam bij nacht

1878-06-15

Eduard Verkade, De duivel in Amsterdam

1878-07-21

Daan Nieuwenhuizen, Op stap door Amsterdam

1880-05-19

Allard R Hulshoff, architect of Amsterdam (1924)

1881-07-01

Piet[er] L Kramer, architect (Amsterdam School)

1883-03-15

Siem Nieuwenhuizen, Op stap door Amsterdam

1883-12-19

Louis Davids, Koning 'Kziezoowat in Amsterdam

1884-11-24

Michel de Klerk, architect (Amsterdam School)

1887-05-26

Willem van der Veer, Amsterdam bij nacht

1888-05-19

W.H. van Eemlandt, Rififi in Amsterdam

1891-02-22

Jan Wils, Holland, architect/designer (Amsterdam's Olympic Stadium)

1892-02-01

K Rudolf Mengelberg, composer/musicologist (Amsterdam Concert Hall)

1892-07-21

Gijsbert Friedhoff, architect (tax office Wibautstraat, Amsterdam)

1901-10-05

Willy Lages, German chief of Sicherheitsdienst in Amsterdam

1901-10-13

Benjamin Merkelbach, architect/city builder of Amsterdam

1902-06-22

Arnold J d'Ailly, dir (Nederlandsche Bank)/mayor (Amsterdam, 1946-56)

1904-04-03

Peter Van Steeden, Amsterdam Neth, orchestra leader (Break the Bank)

1904-04-21

Gijsbert van Hall, banker/mayor of Amsterdam (1957-67)

1906-10-06

Louis Borell, Amsterdam Neth, actor (Over the Moon, Queer Cargo)

1907-05-10

Piet Rienks, Amsterdam bij nacht

1908-12-14

Morey Amsterdam, American comedian and actor (d. 1996)

1908-12-14

Morey Amsterdam, Mister Magoo's Christmas Carol

1912-08-10

Izaak Samkalden, Dutch Minister of Justice (PvdA)/mayor of Amsterdam

1912-12-14

Morey Amsterdam, Chicago Ill, comedian (Buddy-Dick Van Dyke Show)

1914-02-11

Winand J Borgerhoff Mulder, court judge of Amsterdam

1915-9-13

Reg Johnson, Operation Amsterdam

1916-12-09

Kirk Douglas, [Issur Danielovitch], Amsterdam, New York, American actor (Gunfight at OK Corral)

1917-02-27

Michael McCarthy, Operation Amsterdam

1917-03-23

Johnny Guarnieri, NYC, jazz pianist (Morey Amsterdam Show)

1917-05-01

Louis G "Lo" van Hensbergen, actor/author (Amsterdam Affair)

1923-02-21

Lucille Bremer, Amsterdam, New York, American actress/dancer (Meet Me in St. Louis, Ziegfeld Follies)

1923-08-17

Anton Kersjes, violinist/conductor (Amsterdam Philharmonic Orch)

1923-10-31

Hicks B Waldron, Amsterdam NY, CEO (Avon)

1924-02-07

Johnny Jordaan, [Jan van Musscher], Amsterdam folk vocalist

1925-05-30

Gerard John Toorenaar, political commissar in Amsterdam (1975-79)

1925-12-17

Rijk de Gooyer, Dutch actor (Black Rider, Rififi in Amsterdam)

1926-10-14

Willy Alberti, [Carel Verbrugge], singer/actor (Riffin in Amsterdam)

1926-10-14

Willy Alberti, Rififi in Amsterdam

1928-08-15

Maxim Hamel, Rififi in Amsterdam

1929-03-04

Bernard Haitink, Amsterdam Neth, conductor (London Phil Orch 1969-78)

1932-12-22

Joe Clark, LA Ca, WLAF off coordinator coach (Amsterdam Admirals)

1933-01-21

Itzhak Fuks, Israeli El Al captain, crashed in Amsterdam

1934-08-16

Ed van Thijn, (Jewish) Dutch foreign min/mayor (Amsterdam, 1983-94)

1935-06-04

Hendrikus C "Henk" Admiraal, Dutch actor (Rififi in Amsterdam)

1940-02-24

Theo Bosch, Dutch humanist/architect (Nieuwmarkt, Amsterdam)

1941-06-01

Edo de Waart, Amsterdam Holland, conductor (Houston Opera-1976)

1942-03-07

Al[bert] Tanara, WLAF defensive coach (Amsterdam Admirals)

1944-04-05

Willeke van Ammelrooy, Amsterdam, actress (Cidke de Rat, Antonia)

1946-11-13

Al Luginbill, Pomona California, WLAF head coach (Amsterdam Admirals)

1947-04-25

Johan Cruyff, Amsterdam, Netherlands, Dutch soccer player/coach (Ajax/Barcelona)

1947-10-18

Job Cohen, Dutch politician, mayor of Amsterdam

1949-02-07

Fransjoris de Graaf, Lost in Amsterdam

1949-05-22

Harry de Winter, Tina Turner: Live in Amsterdam

1950-08-29

Mark McHale, WLAF offensive line coach (Amsterdam Admirals)

1953-01-26

Bert Heerink, Amsterdam, rock vocalist

1953-05-08

Alex Van Halen, Amsterdam The Netherlands, Dutch drummer (Van Halen)

1953-07-08

Rob Rombout, Amsterdam Stories USA

1954-01-31

Adrian Vandenberg, Amsterdam Neth, rock guitarist (Whitesnake)

1954-07-14

Jos Zoomer, Amsterdam Neth, rock drummer (Vandenberg)

1956-05-05

Dick Kemper, Amsterdam Neth, rock vocalist/bassist (Vandenberg)

1959-09-30

Hans Werdekker, Dutch soccer player (Ajax, RKC/Amsterdam Admirals)

1960-05-07

Arnon Ohad, co-pilot (El Al) plane that crashed on Bijlmer Amsterdam

1963-11-01

Brian Forde, WLAF linebacker (Amsterdam Admirals)

1963-12-16

Silvio Diliberto, WLAF kicker (Amsterdam Admirals)

1964-07-03

Louis Clark, NFL receiver (Seattle)/WLAF coach (Amsterdam Admirals)

1964-12-04

Bill Peterson, Smithfield NC, WLAF general mgr (Amsterdam Admirals)

1965-01-22

Tim Prukop, WLAF linebacker-secondary coach (Amsterdam Admirals)

1965-12-30

Tony Jones, WLAF receiver (Amsterdam Admirals, Frankfurt Galaxy)

1966-04-12

Theo Blanco, WLAF receiver (Amsterdam Admirals)

1966-08-17

Cedric Figaro, WLAF linebacker (Amsterdam Admirals)

1967-02-06

Mike Evans, WLAF defensive tackle (Amsterdam Admirals)

1967-04-29

Roemer Lievaart, Happy End (48 Hours Amsterdam) 2012

1967-06-02

Mike Evans, WLAF DL (Amsterdam Admirals)

1967-06-08

Willie Williams, WLAF tight end (Amsterdam Admirals)

1967-11-15

Harvey Franklin, WLAF WR (Amsterdam Admirals)

1967-11-29

Marcus Muler, WLAF adm asst (Amsterdam Admirals)

1968-01-06

Jerry Crafts, NFL/WLAF tackle (Philadelphia Eagles, Amsterdam Admirals)

1968-01-10

Malcolm Showell, WLAF defensive end (Amsterdam Admirals)

1968-01-25

Roosevelt Collins, WLAF DL (Amsterdam Admirals)

1968-05-02

Will Furrer, WLAF quarterback (Amsterdam Admirals)

1968-06-01

Jerry Crafts, WLAF tackle (Amsterdam Admirals)

1968-06-20

Garry Howe, WLAF nose tackle (Amsterdam Admirals)

1968-07-21

Johnnie Barnes, NFL wide receiver (Pittsburgh Steelers, Amsterdam Admirals)

1968-08-24

Arnold Galesloot, WLAF tight end (Amsterdam Admirals)

1968-11-09

David Jones, WLAF tight end (Amsterdam Admirals)

1969-03-29

Darren Chandler, WLAF receiver (Amsterdam Admirals)

1969-05-06

Pascall Davis, WLAF linebacker (Amsterdam Admirals)

1969-05-10

Dennis Bergkamp, Amsterdam Neth, soccer player (Ajax)

1969-06-26

Barry Kloeth, WLAF wide receiver (Amsterdam Admirals)

1969-07-23

Reyhan Agaoglu, WLAF safety (Amsterdam Admirals)

1969-09-19

Candy Dulfer, Amsterdam Holland, saxophonist (Lily Was Here)

1969-10-28

Troy Ridgley, WLAF defensive tackle (Amsterdam Admirals)

1969-12-18

T C Wright, WLAF running back (Amsterdam Admirals)

1969-9-19

Candy Dulfer, Candy Dulfer: Live in Amsterdam

1970-01-20

Ron Carpenter, NFL/WLAF safety (NY Jets, Amsterdam Admirals)

1970-02-03

Alonza Barnett, WLAF safety (Amsterdam Admirals)

1970-02-26

Meeno Peluce, Amsterdam Netherlands, actor (Bad News Bears)

1970-04-03

Keith Franklin, WLAF linebacker (Amsterdam Admirals)

1970-04-23

Frank Temming, WLAF running back (Amsterdam Admirals)

1970-09-24

Mario Cristobal, WLAF guard (Amsterdam Admirals)

1970-10-08

Carlos Etheredge, WLAF tight end (Amsterdam Admirals)

1970-10-11

Kelly Sims, WLAF cornerback (Amsterdam Admirals)

1970-10-20

Ralph Dawkins, WLAF running back (Amsterdam Admirals)

1970-11-20

Trevor Cobb, WLAF running back (Amsterdam Admirals)

1970-11-21

Jorgen Gustafsson, WLAF guard (Amsterdam Admirals)

1970-12-30

Robert Hall, WLAF wide reciever (Amsterdam Admirals)

1971-01-01

Beno Bryant, WLAF running back (Amsterdam Admirals)

1971-01-02

Robert O' Neal, WLAF DB (Amsterdam Admirals)

1971-01-07

Bobby Hamilton, NFL/WLAF defensive end (Amsterdam Admirals, NY Jets)

1971-01-07

Masato Itai, WLAF wide receiver (Amsterdam Admirals)

1971-01-24

John Reece, WLAF/NFL cornerback (Amsterdam Admirals, Dallas Cowboys)

1971-01-25

Tommie Jones, WLAF cornerback (Amsterdam Admirals)

1971-01-26

Lamar Mills, WLAF DE (Amsterdam Admirals)

1971-01-30

Brent Moss, WLAF running back (Amsterdam Admirals)

1971-02-01

Robert O'Neal, WLAF safety (Amsterdam Admirals)

1971-02-21

Jey Phillips, WLAF safety (Amsterdam Admirals)

1971-02-22

Rico Mack, WLAF linebacker (Amsterdam Admirals)

1971-04-03

Kevin Farkas, WLAF tackle (Amsterdam Admirals)

1971-05-12

Tommy Johnson, WLAF cornerback (Amsterdam Admirals)

1971-06-12

Phillip Bobo, WLAF receiver (Amsterdam Admirals)

1971-09-28

Marcus Spears, NFL/WLAF guard/tackle (Chic Bears, Amsterdam Admirals)

1971-09-29

Derrick Davis, WLAF cornerback (Amsterdam Admirals)

1971-10-08

Jim Hanna, WLAF defensive tackle (Amsterdam Admirals)

1971-10-12

Bronzel Miller, WLAF linebacker (Amsterdam Admirals)

1971-10-27

Matt Brown, WLAF guard (Amsterdam Admirals)

1971-12-12

John Sacca, WLAF quarterback (Amsterdam Admirals)

1971-12-21

Jey Phillips, WLAF DB (Amsterdam Admirals)

1971-12-29

Jay Fiedler, Long Island, New York, American NFL quarterback (Amsterdam Admirals)

1972-01-04

Mike McCoy, WLAF quarterback (Amsterdam Admirals)

1972-02-18

Marc Lillibridge, WLAF linebacker (Amsterdam Admirals)

1972-03-08

Takuro Abe, WLAF linebacker (Amsterdam Admirals)

1972-04-01

Mike McCoy, WLAF quarterback (Amsterdam Admirals)

1972-04-11

Avo Avetisyan, WLAF defensive linesman (Amsterdam Admirals)

1972-04-14

Zev Lumelski, WLAF guard (Amsterdam Admirals)

1972-08-14

Brian Gragert, WLAF punter (Amsterdam Admirals)

1972-08-30

Ryan Leahy, WLAF OL (Amsterdam Admirals)

1972-10-12

Jeroen Egge, WLAF offensive linesman (Amsterdam Admirals)

1972-10-30

Trevor Wilmot, NFL linebacker (Indianapolis Colts, Amsterdam Admirals)

1972-11-17

Ron Lewis, WLAF OL (Amsterdam Admirals)

1972-12-12

Oliver Quass, WLAF kicker (Amsterdam Admirals)

1972-12-28

Adam Vinatieri, WLAF punter/kicker (Amsterdam Admirals, NE Patriots)

1973-01-31

Latario Rachal, WLAF/NFL receiver (Amsterdam Admirals, San Diego Chargers)

1973-02-19

Masafumi Kawaguchi, WLAF linebacker (Amsterdam Admirals)

1973-03-13

Eloy de Jong, Das perfekte Promi-Dinner in Amsterdam

1973-05-14

John Davis, WLAF tight end (Amsterdam Admirals, Tampa Bay Buccaneers)

1973-06-05

Clay Williams, WLAF OL (Amsterdam Admirals)

1973-07-15

Donald Willis, WLAF corner (Amsterdam Admirals)

1973-08-31

Earl Scott, WLAF OL (Amsterdam Admirals)

1975-06-25

Jeroen Post, Amsterdam Heavy

1975-08-23

Hugh Jordan, Private Black Label 33: Amsterdam Sex Games

1975-12-26

Marcelo Rios, Santiago Chile, tennis star (1995 Amsterdam)

1980-07-10

Jolie, Private Black Label 33: Amsterdam Sex Games

1982-07-04

Herman Otten, Alex in Amsterdam

1983-11-14

Dorien Rose Duinker, Amsterdam Heavy

1985-05-21

Alison Carroll, Amsterdam Heavy

1987-03-05

Chloé Henry, Amsterdam Heavy

1988-10-21

Sander van Amsterdam, Bloedbroeders

2173-04-05

Harcourt Fenton "Harry" Mudd, New Amsterdam, Arcturus (Star Trek)

Amsterdam - Notable Weddings

Mata HariJul 11, 1895

Amsterdam - Weddings
Date Event
1895-07-11

Dutch exotic dancer, courtesan, and accused spy Mata Hari (18) weds Dutch colonial army Captain Rudolph MacLeod in Amsterdam

1966-03-10

Dutch Crown Princess Beatrix (Queen Beatrix) marries German aristocrat Claus von Amsberg in Amsterdam

2006-11-11

Dutch Formula One racer Christijan Albers (27) weds Liselore Kooijman at The Grand in Amsterdam

2010-11-07

Supermodel and who's also the face of L'Oreal Paris Doutzen Kroes (25) weds DJ Sunnery James in Amsterdam, Netherlands

Amsterdam - Deaths
Date Event
1588-02-10

Joost Sybrantsz Buyck, Amsterdam merchant/regent, dies at about 82

1595-12-10

Reynier Cant, mayor of Amsterdam, dies at about 59

1620-02-19

Roemer P Visscher, poet, buried in Amsterdam

1621-05-15

Henrick de Keyser, Amsterdam's master builder, dies at 56

1624-09-20

Isaac Le Maire, Amsterdam ship owner, dies at about 66

1626-01-01

Cornelis Pieterse Hoft, Amsterdam merchant/regent, dies at 68

1638-03-08

Jacob C van Neck, admiral/mayor of Amsterdam, dies at about 73

1639-10-07

John I Pontanus, physicist/historian (Amsterdam), dies at 68

1652-06-24

Andries Bicker, merchant/Amsterdam regent, dies at 65

1654-09-15

Cornelis Bicker, merchant/mayor of Amsterdam, dies at 61

1657-09-13

Jacob van Campen, painter/architect (Amsterdam Townhall), dies at 62

1667-06-07

Thomas de Keyser, Amsterdam master builder/painter, buried

1667-07-11

John Fox, Amsterdam writer, buried

1668-08-23

Artus Quellinus, Flemish sculptor (Amsterdam townhall), dies

1674-09-12

Claes P "Nicolas" Tulip, mayor of Amsterdam, dies at 80

1678-02-10

Philip Vingboons, Amsterdam's master builder, buried

1678-11-30

Andries de Graeff, mayor of Amsterdam (1657..71), dies at 67

1679-12-26

John van de Cappelle, Amsterdam landscape painter, dies at 53

1680-11-05

Gillis Valckenier, mayor of Amsterdam (1665..80), dies at about 57

1689-11-13

Philipp von Zesen, German poet (Bescheibung of Amsterdam), dies at 70

1689-12-29

Olfert Dapper, Amsterdam historian/geographer, buried

1692-01-19

John Commelin, director of Hortus Botanist (Amsterdam), dies at 62

1693-10-26

Coenraad van Beuningen, mayor of Amsterdam/diplomat, dies at 71

1704-04-12

John Hudde, 21x mayor of Amsterdam, dies at 76

1717-08-10

Nicolaas Witsen, etcher/mayor (Amsterdam), dies

1719-03-07

Steven J Vennekool, Amsterdam's master builder, buried

1719-11-19

Jean Deutz, minster of Heemskerk/merchant/Amsterdam regent, dies at 64

1736-05-02

Albert Seba, Amsterdam pharmacist, dies at 71

1748-06-28

Marretje Arends, [Matje of Nieuwendijk], Amsterdam plunderer, hanged

1748-06-28

Pieter van Dort, Amsterdam plunderer, hanged

1754-11-12

Jacob de Wit, Amsterdam painter/decorater, dies at 58

1757-06-27

Willem Gideon Deutz, Amsterdam regent/banker/merchant, dies at 59

1781-11-22

John Ekels, the Old, Amsterdam painter/cartoonist, dies at 57

1785-06-27

Egbert de Free Temminck, Amsterdam regent, dies at 84

1793-03-04

Isaac Ouwater, Amsterdam painter/cartoonist, dies at 44

1866-06-23

Samuel Sarphati, Amsterdam physician/social activist, dies at 53

1883-08-12

Last Quagga, (zebra with less slashes), dies in Amsterdam zoo

1914-10-10

Gijsbert van Tienhoven, mayor (Amsterdam)/foreign minister, dies at 73

1921-03-03

Petrus Cuypers, architect (Amsterdam museum), dies at 93

1923-11-24

Michel de Klerk, architect (Amsterdam School), dies at 39

1934-05-27

Meijer Linnewiel, [Prof Kokadorus], Amsterdam street hawker, dies

1934-08-12

Hendrik P Berlage, architect (Stock exchange Amsterdam), dies at 78

1936-04-29

Florentinus M Wibaut, Amsterdam social alderman, dies at 76

1939-07-01

Louis Davids, Koning 'Kziezoowat in Amsterdam

1941-03-03

Ernst Cahn, owner of Amsterdam Koco ice cream parlor, executed

1942-10-22

Sybren Tulip, NSBer/supt of police in Amsterdam (1941-42), dies

1943-10-09

Gerard W Kerncamp, historian/editor-in-chief (Green Amsterdam), dies

1947-01-09

Lambertus Zijl, sculptor (Merchant Exchange-Amsterdam), dies at 80

1949-01-20

Josephus T J Cuypers, architect (Amsterdam Stock Exchange), dies at 87

1951-11-28

Piet Köhler, Op stap door Amsterdam

1955-06-17

Gusta Chrispijn-Mulder, Amsterdam bij nacht

1955-11-01

W.H. van Eemlandt, Rififi in Amsterdam

1956-01-12

John Raedecker, Dutch sculptor (WW II Monument Amsterdam), dies at 70

1956-04-27

Daan Nieuwenhuizen, Op stap door Amsterdam

1958-05-15

Michael G the Boer, historian (Harbor of Amsterdam), dies at 91

1959-05-07

Michael McCarthy, Operation Amsterdam

1959-10-13

K Rudolf Mengelberg, Dutch composer (Concert Amsterdam), dies at 67

1959-11-19

Gerard J Arbous, actor/publicist (Bohemian Amsterdam), dies at 83

1960-06-21

Willem van der Veer, Amsterdam bij nacht

1961-02-11

Eduard Verkade, De duivel in Amsterdam

1961-10-19

Benjamin Merkelbach, architect/city builder of Amsterdam, dies at 60

1967-11-24

Arnold J d'ailly, mayor of Amsterdam (1946-56), dies at 65

1972-02-11

Jan Wils, architect (Olympian Stadium, Amsterdam), dies at 80

1977-05-22

Gijsbert van Hall, banker/mayor of Amsterdam (1957-67), dies at 73

1979-12-07

Mari Andriessen, sculptor (Docker), Amsterdam, dies at 82

1985-01-07

Johnny Guarnieri, jazz pianist (Morey Amsterdam Show), dies at 67

1985-02-18

Willy Alberti, Rififi in Amsterdam

1987-07-20

Richard Egan, actor (Big Cube, Amsterdam Kill), dies at 63

1990-08-04

Piet Rienks, Amsterdam bij nacht

1991-09-29

Gijsbert Perlee, Amsterdam's organ builder/grinder (Arabian), dies

1993-05-29

Tiny Hofman, Amsterdam activist (Nieuwmarkt), dies at 68

1993-09-19

Bruce Ferden, US conductor (NY, Washington, Amsterdam), dies at 44

1993-10-15

Ken E Jones, musician (New Amsterdam Symph Orch), dies of AIDS at 34

1993-12-05

Arthur Staal, Dutch architect (Shell Tower Amsterdam), dies at 86

1993-12-31

Arthur Dreifuss, director/producer (Murder in Amsterdam), dies at 85

1994-03-11

Reg Johnson, Operation Amsterdam

1994-04-06

Theo Bosch, humanist/architect (Amsterdam), dies at 54

1994-09-13

Pieter Zaanen, architect (Musical Trade scholarship, Amsterdam), dies

1994-11-25

Gerard John Toorenaar, Amsterdam police commissar, dies at 69

1995-01-24

Wim H Sinnige, Amsterdam PvdA alderman of Finance, dies at 60

1995-02-05

Judith Fluks, Amsterdam's activist, dies

1996-10-28

Morey Amsterdam, comedian (Dick Van Dyke Show), dies at 87

1996-10-28

Morey Amsterdam, Mister Magoo's Christmas Carol

2001-02-20

Maxim Hamel, Rififi in Amsterdam


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