• Specificaties
    Auteurs

    ,

    ISBN

    9789462581401

    Taal

    Engels

    Uitvoering

    Gebonden

    Aantal pagina's

    416

    Bijzonderheden

    In samenwerking met Haags Gemeentearchief

    Jaar

    2016

  • The Hague Book. A readable, handy and exuberantly illustrated overview of the city. Back by popular demand: a second, updated edition of a book that has been sold out for a long time. The Hague Book is a manual for the Hofstad. The authors take the reader on a chronological journey through time.

    The Hague Book tells the story of The Hague, a city with a rich history, as a residence and center of govermental power, a city of state officials and demonstrations, home to the royals, city of ‘hats and caps’, of both military and colonials, of herring and ‘hopjes’, of churches and mosques.

    A lot of ground is covered: the Roman milestones, city monestaries, famous politicians, German soldiers playing soccer in the Zuiderparkstation and the reconstruction after the Second World War. Each story is accompanied by a picture from the collection of the Gemeentearchief. The Hague Book is a beautiful gift for both people from The Hague and tourists looking for background information.


Specificaties
Auteurs

,

ISBN

9789462581401

Taal

Engels

Uitvoering

Gebonden

Aantal pagina's

416

Bijzonderheden

In samenwerking met Haags Gemeentearchief

Jaar

2016


In het kort

The Hague Book. A readable, handy and exuberantly illustrated overview of the city. Back by popular demand: a second, updated edition of a book that has been sold out for a long time. The Hague Book is a manual for the Hofstad. The authors take the reader on a chronological journey through time.