[Above: The NVD stands for 'Nederlandse Volksdienst' (Netherlands Peoples Service). It was a German creation modeled after the Winterhilfswerk charity organization of Germany. Founded on July 28, 1941, it provided services such as mother care, childcare, health care, holiday camps for the needy, unemployment support, etc.]


[Above & below: These are 1942 designs for Netherlands Legion postage stamps that was never used. Powerful and beautiful works I must say.]


[Below: postcard.]


[Below: NSB vignette. 'HOU-ZEE' is an NSB salute.]


[Below: Sheet of NSB vignettes.]


[Below: Vignette.]


[Below: NSB contribution stamp.]


[Below: The flag of the NSB.]


[Below: A membership stickpin of the NSB.]


[Below: NSB pin.]


[Below: NSB pin.]


[Below: Membership pin of the NSVO (Dutch National Socialist Women's Organization) was the NSB's womens branch.]


[Below: NSB party newspaper 'Volk En Vaderland'.]


[Below: Anton Mussert's NSB membership card!]


[Below: A blank NSB membership card. Circa mid-1930s.]


[Below: 1935 booklet 'Mussert of Moskou'.]


[Below: Book entitled 'Mother, tell me about Adolf Hitler!']


[Below: NSB booklet.]


[Below: NSB booklet from April 28, 1934.]

[Below: NSB booklet from April 28, 1934 - page 2.]

[Below: NSB booklet from April 28, 1934 - page 3.]

[Below: NSB booklet from April 28, 1934 - page 4.]

[Below: NSB booklet from April 28, 1934 - page 5.]

[Below: NSB booklet from April 28, 1934 - page 6.]

[Below: NSB booklet from April 28, 1934 - page 7.]


[Below: NSB booklet from December 1941 -- 'Decision for our people']

[Below: NSB booklet from December 1941 -- 'Decision for our people' - page 2]

[Below: NSB booklet from December 1941 -- 'Decision for our people' - page 3]

[Below: NSB booklet from December 1941 -- 'Decision for our people' - page 4]

[Below: NSB booklet from December 1941 -- 'Decision for our people' - page 5]


[Below: An NSDAP revenue stamp from 1942 overprinted for the Netherlands]


[Below: Commemorate envelope from Breda (Breda is a city and municipality in the southern part of the Netherlands, located in the province of North Brabant), note the imperforate stamp, 1943.]


[Below: Offical envelope to Neumünster (Neumünster is an urban municipality in the middle of Schleswig-Holstein), 1942.]


[Below: Offical envelope from The Hague (The Hague is a city on the western coast of the Netherlands and the capital of the province of South Holland), 1942.]


[Below: Offical envelope to Deventer (Deventer is a city and municipality in the Salland region of the province of Overijssel, Netherlands), 1942.]


[Below: Offical envelope to Deventer. Note that a piece of paper is pasted over the envelope, this is paper conservation, many envelopes were reused. The old stamps and addresses are covered by the paper. Sometimes stamp collectors get lucky when they peek beneath the paper and find a much rarer stamp or business envelope beneath. For example I own an envelope like this to a rare Hermann Göring business that was hidden beneath a common front.]


[Below: Offical envelope to Deventer (Deventer is a city and municipality in the Salland region of the province of Overijssel, Netherlands), 1942.]


[Below: Offical envelope to Deventer (Deventer is a city and municipality in the Salland region of the province of Overijssel, Netherlands), 1942.]


[Below: Offical envelope to Deventer (Deventer is a city and municipality in the Salland region of the province of Overijssel, Netherlands), 1942.]


[Below: Offical envelope to Deventer (Deventer is a city and municipality in the Salland region of the province of Overijssel, Netherlands), 1942.]


[Below: Offical envelope to Deventer (Deventer is a city and municipality in the Salland region of the province of Overijssel, Netherlands), 1942.]


[Below: An envelope from Harderwijk (Harderwijk is a municipality and city almost at the exact geographical centre of the Netherlands), 1943.]