Search

Your search for 'dc_creator:( "Wolf, Susanne" ) OR dc_contributor:( "Wolf, Susanne" )' returned 16 results. Modify search


Sort Results by Relevance | Newest titles first | Oldest titles first

The First Few Weeks: Applying the Rules in Practice

(14,770 words)

Author(s): Wolf, Susanne
Wolf, Susanne - The First Few Weeks: Applying the Rules in Practice Keywords: Belgian Information Office | Dutch | First World War | foreign soldiers | internees | prisoners of war (POWs) | Staatscourant | The Hague Abstract: The Dutch had very little time to ponder the niceties of their neutral status and its inherent responsibilities as the first candidates for internment crossed the Dutch border within days of the outbreak of the war. The initial response of the Dutch border guards was mixed: this was a new s…

Preliminary Material

(675 words)

Author(s): Wolf, Susanne
Wolf, Susanne - Preliminary Material Keywords: guarded neutrality | Diplomacy | Netherlands | First World War Abstract: This first chapter presents a table of contents that present in the book, Guarded Neutrality. The book is about diplomacy and internment in the Netherlands during the First World War. Guarded Neutrality Susanne Wolf, (2013) Publication Editor: Brill, The Netherlands, 2013 e-ISBN: 9789004249066 DOI: 10.1163/9789004249066_001 © 2013 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands Wolf, Susanne

Administering Military Internment: The Camps

(10,930 words)

Author(s): Wolf, Susanne
Wolf, Susanne - Administering Military Internment: The Camps Keywords: belgian | british internees | Camps | General Snijders | Military Internment | Netherlands Abstract: General Snijders was charged by the Minister of War with the day to day running of the camps. A selection of retired officers were brought back on to the active list and installed as the commandants of the newly formed internment camps. The first residents of the new camp were the Belgian internees transferred from the old intern…

The Middle Years of the War; Consolidation

(14,316 words)

Author(s): Wolf, Susanne
Wolf, Susanne - The Middle Years of the War; Consolidation Keywords: consolidation | general snijders | Harderwijk | internees | Netherlands | neutral responsibilities | Oldebroek | Zeist Abstract: With the completion of the infrastructure of the new camps at Zeist, Harderwijk, Oldebroek and a lot of ingenuity elsewhere, the Dutch government had gone a long way towards fulfilling its obligations with regards to the internees. A direct result of the strikes in the coalmines was a parliamentary discussion…

List of Internment Camps

(279 words)

Author(s): Wolf, Susanne
Wolf, Susanne - List of Internment Camps Keywords: Guarded Neutrality | internment camps | Netherlands | First World War Abstract: This chapter contains Appendix Three of the book <i>Guarded Neutrality/i>. This book is about diplomacy and internment in the Netherlands during the First World War The appendix presents a list of Belgian, British, and German internment camps as well as the Special Camps. Guarded Neutrality Susanne Wolf, (2013) Publication Editor: Brill, The Netherlands, 2013 e-ISBN: 9789004249066 DOI: 10.1163/9789004249066_013 © 2013 Koninklijke Brill N…

Going Home

(6,187 words)

Author(s): Wolf, Susanne
Wolf, Susanne - Going Home Keywords: Dutch government | Germany | Netherland Abstract: The British ambassador in The Hague wrote to the Dutch government declaring that, as the war was over, all treaties concerning the POWs interned in the Netherlands and Switzerland were no longer valid. To this end the British proposed to send five ships to collect the approximately 5,000 British and Commonwealth men currently interned in the Netherlands. The need to mobilize the army had meant tha…

Bibliography

(5,763 words)

Author(s): Wolf, Susanne
Wolf, Susanne - Bibliography Keywords: Guarded Neutrality | Netherlands | First World War Abstract: This bibliography of this book Guarded Neutrality contains a list of Archives from primary sources: books, articles, periodicals and newspapers sourced for this book on diplomacy and internment in the Netherlands during the First World War. The section on Printed Secondary Sources contains a list of books, articles, and periodicals. Finally the chapter presents the dissertations of the book. Guarded Neutrality Susanne Wolf, (2013) Publication Editor: Brill, The Netherlands, …

Index

(994 words)

Author(s): Wolf, Susanne
Wolf, Susanne - Index Keywords: Guarded Neutrality | military internment | Netherlands | First World War Abstract: This index is a list of terms, names and concepts that occur in this book Guarded Neutrality. The book is about diplomacy and internment in the Netherlands during the First World War. The list is in the alphabetical order. Guarded Neutrality Susanne Wolf, (2013) Publication Editor: Brill, The Netherlands, 2013 e-ISBN: 9789004249066 DOI: 10.1163/9789004249066_016 © 2013 Koninklijke Brill NV, Leiden, The Netherlands Wolf, Susanne

Further Reading

(3,242 words)

Author(s): Wolf, Susanne
Wolf, Susanne - Further Reading Keywords: Dutch | First World War | Netherlands Abstract: The Dutch attitude to the First World War is very different to that of its near neighbours. In Belgium, Germany, France and Great Britain the First World War was, and is still, considered to be a major event. Studies of the Netherlands during World War One by Dutch scholars are not only few and far between, but until recently have also suffered from a lack of breadth. Interest has centred primar…

1917: Deserters, Politics and Religion

(7,172 words)

Author(s): Wolf, Susanne
Wolf, Susanne - 1917: Deserters, Politics and Religion Keywords: Belgium | churches | Dutch government | Dutch neutrality | German deserters | Netherlands Abstract: It is clear from the differing concerns of the Dutch government in 1917 compared to 1914, that the attitude and requirements of the internees has now changed. The issues being dealt with are no longer the basics, food, shelter and clothing; but more complicated matters that have greater potential to compromise Dutch neutrality.The numbe…

Dutch Cabinet 1913–1919

(307 words)

Author(s): Wolf, Susanne
Wolf, Susanne - Dutch Cabinet 1913–1919 Keywords: Dutch Cabinet | 1913-1919 Abstract: This chapter contains Appendix One of this book Guarded Neutrality. It presents a list of people in Dutch Cabinet 1913-1919 and lists out the names of the people and the date when they worked in the cabinet. The list contains the names of Prime Minister, Minister of Foreign Affairs, Minister of Home Affairs, Minister of War, Minister of Finance, Minister of Law and Minister of Agriculture, Industry and Trade. Guarded Neutrality Susanne Wolf, (2013) Publication Editor: Brill, The Netherlands, 2013 e-IS…

Internment in a Neutral Country: The Arrival of the Prisoners of War

(9,740 words)

Author(s): Wolf, Susanne
Wolf, Susanne - Internment in a Neutral Country: The Arrival of the Prisoners of War Keywords: Dutch | Germany | Great Britain | Hague treaty | internment | Netherlands | neutral country | prisoners of war (POW) Abstract: The treaty concluded between Germany and Great Britain allowed for the transfer of long-term and seriously ill Prisoners of war (POWs) from captivity into internment in the Netherlands. The idea of a neutral country volunteering to take on responsibility for sick and wounded soldiers from belli…

Foreign Representatives in the Netherlands 1914–1918

(201 words)

Author(s): Wolf, Susanne
Wolf, Susanne - Foreign Representatives in the Netherlands 1914–1918 Keywords: foreign representatives | Netherlands | Germany | Great Britain | Belgium | France Abstract: This chapter contains Appendix Two of this book on diplomacy and internment in the Netherlands during the First World War</i>. It presents a list of foreign representatives in the Netherlands 1914-1918. This list includes the names of representatives of Germany, Great Britain, Belgium and France. Guarded Neutrality Susanne Wolf, (2013) Publication Editor: Brill, The Netherlands, 2013 e-ISBN: 9789004249066 D…

A Neutral Country

(3,597 words)

Author(s): Wolf, Susanne
Wolf, Susanne - A Neutral Country Keywords: First World War | Holland | military internees | neutrality | refugees Abstract: As a neutral nation, Holland had an obligation to intern any soldiers from the belligerent forces that crossed its border and prevent them from reentering the war. The Dutch were not combatants in this new global war but they were certainly not unaffected by it. The impact of the war on the Dutch, at all levels, very much influenced their response to the demands plac…

The Netherlands in World War One

(6,873 words)

Author(s): Wolf, Susanne
Wolf, Susanne - The Netherlands in World War One Keywords: belligerent powers | Germany | Great Britain | Netherlands | sports | World War One Abstract: Despite the declaration of neutrality issued at the start of the war there was never any serious prospect of the Netherlands remaining unaffected by the outbreak of World War One. The Dutch cabinet succeeded in maintaining the neutral position they had adopted and remained outside of the actual fighting then the geographical position of the Netherlan…

Introduction

(5,510 words)

Author(s): Wolf, Susanne
Wolf, Susanne - Introduction Keywords: Europe | fiscal clout | Hague Conventions | Netherlands | politically savvy nation | Snijders Abstract: This introductory chapter talks about the two eventful decades, of the twentieth century, for the countries of Europe, indeed for most of the countries of the world. The Hague Conventions of 1899 and 1907 established the Netherlands, in Dutch eyes at least, as an unallied but politically savvy nation whose contribution to world affairs would no longer …