The Treaty of London of 19 April 1839 meant the definitive international recognition of Belgium's independence.
A travelling exhibition pays tribute to the forgotten black soldiers who helped to liberate the Netherlands during the Second World War.
The distorted image that many Dutch people have of the overseas territories during the colonial occupation is often based on movies.
Flemish and Dutch people have a totally different relationship with their language. Editor-in-chief Luc Devoldere explains why.
In New York City, the historical memory of Petrus Stuyvesant has recently become controversial, but in the twentieth century, the image of the Dutch director-general of the colony of New Netherland was iconic as a symbol of Dutch-American f...
Between 1816 and 1919, Neutral Moresnet was a geographical curiosity on the border triangle between Belgium, the Netherlands and Germany.
Water shortage is becoming ever more serious and is now causing problems with shipping, agriculture and subsidence.
The anxieties around the status of the language we speak, find a precedent in the nineteenth-century Netherlands.
How is the Dutch language doing?
What are those Low Countries actually that we are always talking about? Editor-in-chief Luc Devoldere explains.
Large-scale research shows that the Dutch are unanimous about what makes the Netherlands the Netherlands, despite sharp contradictions in the public debate.
Ons Erfdeel vzw launches a platform with the ambition to inform you about artistic, cultural and societal topics in the Low Countries.
In the Netherlands the harsh winter of 1944-1945 became a symbol of the people’s suffering during World War II.
When did the first texts written in Dutch date from?