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simple.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dutch_people

The Dutch are the people who live in the Netherlands, or those that come from ... About 1 million people living in the Netherlands do not have the Dutch nationality . ... The Netherlands are also the only country in the world where marijuana is ...

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The Dutch occasionally referred to as Netherlanders—a term that is cognate to the Dutch word ... In the Middle Ages, the Low Countries were situated around the border of France and the Holy Roman Empire, forming a ...... The first Dutch people to come to Canada were Dutch Americans among the United Empire Loyalists.

www.quora.com/Where-do-Dutch-people-come-from

From Dutchland of course! The Dutch come from the Netherlands, the country we made ourselves; God created the world and the Dutch created the Netherlands ...

theweek.com/articles/447521/netherlands-holland-dutch-why-some-countries-have-many-different-names

Apr 29, 2014 ... The Netherlands, Holland, and the Dutch: Why some countries have so many .... It comes (does this sound familiar?) from a dynasty that ran the ...

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-ish actually comes from Old English, which is why citizens of the British Isles have -ish ... -er was used principally in the sense of “one having to do with a thing ,” as in ... separate country in 1815, they became the Kingdom of the Netherlands.

www.khazaria.com/genetics/dutch.html

The Dutch people live in the northwestern European country called the Netherlands. Traditionally Protestant by religion, they differ from the traditionally Catholic ...

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Dec 20, 2011 ... So you are thinking of studying abroad? Where? The Netherlands or Holland? It is the same! Officially, the country is named the Netherlands, ...

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There are a number of sayings using the term "Dutch", and most seem ... The country at the North Sea was part of the Roman-German Empire, but this ... The Netherlands had come into the possession of the Habsburg dynasty, ... But that did not make the "other" Germans nameless: The ancient Latin term ...

www.thoughtco.com/how-pennsylvania-dutch-get-their-name-4070513

Feb 28, 2017 ... How Did the Pennsylvania Dutch Get Their Name? Share; Flipboard; Email. Print. A farm in Pennsylvania "German" Country. ... the so-called Pennsylvania Dutch have nothing to do with Holland, the Netherlands, or the Dutch language. ... did not really come from "Germany" in the modern sense of the word ...