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And They Named It Holland

Netherlands, 1968 (MIFF 1969, Programme 8)

Director: Gerard Raucamp

A helicopter's eye view of The Netherlands revealed through its geographical history from the Ice Age through the formation of its landscape by interplay of wind and water, its flora, fauna, and at last the re-creation wrought by man.

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