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This post was published on Wednesday, October 7th, 2009 2:05 pm. It has been categorised under Design Netherlands and been tagged under , , .
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  1. B T Van Nostrand
    11 October 2009
    3:58 am

    The presidential signature appears to be that of M Rost van Tonningen, who famously (and enthusiastically) collaborated with the Germans throughout the occupation. His widow, Florentina, died only in 2007, famous for her devotion to the memory of the Fúhrer. One is reminded in her case of Diana Mosley, but Rost himself was far more a a true Nazi than ever Sir Oswald was.

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