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<em>Stemmen uit de Doopsgezinde Broederschap</em> is a 24-page 6 x 8 in. Dutch Mennonite periodical, which appeared in five issues annually 1952-57, and since then in four. Editors in the late 1950s were [[Zijpp, Nanne van der (1900-1965)|N. van der Zijpp]], Th. van der Veer, J. A. Osterbaan, and J. T. Nielsen.
 
<em>Stemmen uit de Doopsgezinde Broederschap</em> is a 24-page 6 x 8 in. Dutch Mennonite periodical, which appeared in five issues annually 1952-57, and since then in four. Editors in the late 1950s were [[Zijpp, Nanne van der (1900-1965)|N. van der Zijpp]], Th. van der Veer, J. A. Osterbaan, and J. T. Nielsen.
 
 
 
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Stemmen uit de Doopsgezinde Broederschap is a 24-page 6 x 8 in. Dutch Mennonite periodical, which appeared in five issues annually 1952-57, and since then in four. Editors in the late 1950s were N. van der Zijpp, Th. van der Veer, J. A. Osterbaan, and J. T. Nielsen.


Date Published 1959


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