COMMENT ON NOTES BY BRÖKLING AND SAS

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  • 1

     Mr. van Schagen recently retired from the position of Senior Lecturer, Comprehensive Planning Course, Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, Netherlands.

  • 2

     Personal communication from F. van Schagen, dated 21 March, 1969

  • 3

     See, for example, J. Van Veen, Dredge, Drain and Reclaim—The Art of a Nation (The Hague: Martinus Nijhoff, 1962), p. 196.

  • 4

     Van Veen, op. cit., footnote 3, p. 119, refers it to be 550,000 acres; Y. Dror, Physical Planning in the Netherlands (mimeographed, publisher not known), p. 49, refers it to be 546,000 acres; Encyclopedia Americana, 1968, Vol. 29, p. 819, and Encyclopedia Britannica, 1966, Vol. 23, pp. 991–92, refer the area to be 500,000 and 480,000 acres, respectively.

  • 5

     Van Veen, op. cit., footnote 2, pp. 111 and 115.

  • 6

     F. Van Schagen, “The Dutch Delta Plan,”Snowball (The Hague: Institute of Social Studies, Oct. 1966), a diagram opposite page 31; and J. Bardet, “Vital Artery Under the IJ,”Land and Water, Vol. 2, No. 3 (1967), p. 28.

  • 7

    A. K. Dutt, “Levels of Planning in the Netherlands, with Particular Reference to Regional Planning,” Annals, Vol. 58 (1968), p. 674.

  • 8

    Statesman's Year Book, 1967–1968, pp. 1280–81.

  • 9

     Dutt, op. cit., footnote 7, p. 671.

  • 10

     Dutt, op. cit., footnote 7, p. 671.

  • 11

    Holland A Short Survey (New York: The Netherlands Information Service), p. 4; J. P. Thijsse: “The Netherlands in the Year 2000,” Land and Water, Vol. 1 (196667), p. 6.

  • 12

    Explanation of the Report of “The West of the Land” (The Hague: Institute of Social Studies, mimeographed), p. 13.

  • 13

     Dutt, op. cit., footnote 7, p. 677.

  • 14

     Dutt, op. cit., footnote 7, p. 676 (see Figure 2).

  • 15

     Thijsse, op. cit., footnote 11.

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