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William of Orange: The Silent Prince (Van de Hulst)

SKU 9780921100157


William of Nassau (1533 - 1584) was only 11 years old when he inherited the principality of Orange. Charles V, King of Spain and the Lord of the Netherlands wanted him to be educated at his own court in Brussels. This biography, written for children tells about the life of one of the greatest heroes of the protestants. The prince who gave everything he had, including his life, deserves a thankful place in our hearts since we today still reap the fruits of his sacrifice.


"If you have ever wondered why Dutch Reformed people of former generations felt such strong spiritual ties with Dutch royalty, this is a ‘must’ reading. In simple form, understandable for children, ages 10 and up, the Dutch author, well-known for Christian children’s literature, relates the true story of the origin of Dutch royalty. It all began with William of Nassau (1533-1584)…" -F. Pronk in The Messenger


Includes Dutch national anthem with a translation into English. Ages 10 and up.


  • Author: W.G. Van de Hulst
  • Pages: 140
  • Paperback
  • Published in 2006


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Product Details:

  • Paperback:  140 pages
  • Published:  1992, 2006
  • ISBN‏ : ‎ 9780921100157
  • Author:  W. G. Van de Hulst


  • W. G. Van de Hulst
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