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Dutch queen contemplated the exchange of ideas with the nazis

the History revealed in a book that includes diary entries from the country's then foreign minister, Eelco van Kleffens, according to the newspaper Trouw. The queen was afraid that the king would be killed by the nazis in Austria, where he was detained.

Queen Vilhelmina bath in march 1945, van Kleffens to investigate a possible replacement with the nazis. She should have decided to do something about it after a conversation with king Leopold's mother, The former queen Elisabeth, who feared that her son and his family would not survive. Queen Vilhelmina lived then in exile after Nazi germany occupied the Netherlands.

The belgian royal family was liberated by american soldiers in 1945.

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