Grote Molen Spur

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List Of Windmills In North Holland
... Grondzeiler 1636 Molendatabase (Dutch) Amsterdam-Sloten Molen van Sloten Stellingmolen 1990 Molendatabase (Dutch) Amsterdam-Slotermeer De 1100 Roe Grondzeiler ... Dutch) Oostwoud Klikjesmolen Kleine Molen 1987 Molendatabase (Dutch) Oostzaan De Windjager Stellingmolen Unknown/1961 Molendatabase (Dutch) Oterleek De Otter Grondzeiler 1900 Molendatabase (Dutch) Oude ... Berg Stellingmolen 1692 Moved to Joure, Friesland (Penninga's Molen) in 1900 Wieringerwaard De Hoop Grondzeiler 1742 Molendatabase (Dutch) Wijdenes De Stofmolen Stellingmolen 1911 Molendatabase (Dutch ...
Battle Of Polygon Wood - Battle - German Counter-attacks
... south of Zonnebeke advanced and were overrun by British troops on the Grote Molen spur and taken prisoner ... German machine-gunners and artillery to pin the British down around Grote Molen spur and Frezenburg ridge, forestalling a British attack intended for 1000 a.m. ... found German troops massing against Tower Hamlets, on the Bassevillebeek spur and artillery and machine-gun barrages stopped the attack before it reached ...
List Of Windmills In South Holland
... Stellingmolen 1870 Molendatabase (Dutch) Aarlanderveen Molen Nummer 1 Grondzeiler 1924 Molendatabase (Dutch) Aarlanderveen Molen Nummer 2 Grondzeiler 1869 ... Molendatabase (Dutch) De Hollandsche Molen (Dutch) Nieuw-Beijerland De Swaen Windlust Grondzeiler 1703 Molendatabase (Dutch) Nieuw-Lekkerland De Hoge Molen Grondzeiler 1740 Molendatabase (Dutch) Nieuwe-Tonge D'Oran ...
Great Mill - Grote Molen
... Grote Molen, Stalhille, a windmill in West Flanders, Belgium Grote Molen, Zoeterwoude-Rijndijk, a windmill in Zuid Holland ...

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