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Great Kolff Family Quiz (2001) - First Round

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Round One has three questions.
Each of the three questions have five clues that have to be answered first;
the answers to the clues hold the details for the answer to the question.
First read all the clues and then try to find them; after that try to find the answers to the questions.

Please consider that this Quiz was made for use in the summer of 2001.
Please note that many questions refer to Dutch historic and other local events.

Question 1. (Clue)
Clue 1.1 In which Dutch Century (Age) (nickname) was the Rampjaar (Year of Disaster)?
Clue 1.2 Which is the given name of State Secretary Bos (Finance)?
Clue 1.3 Which was the occupation of Gomarus?
Clue 1.4 Which city lies between Vlaardingen and Hook of Holland?
Clue 1.5 What do three hammers and one French lily picture?

Using the help of the clues, give the Christian name we are asking for
Question 2. (Clue)
Clue 2.1 Where is the Peerd van Ome Loeks?
Clue 2.2 Where is the oldest bridge across the river IJssel?
Clue 2.3 What was the profession of Aletta Jacobs?
Clue 2.4 Where will the next Olympics take place?
Clue 2.4 Name a leading part (role) in Op Hoop van Zegen (leave out the 'K')
 
Using the help of the clues, give the Christian name we are asking for
Question 3. (Clue)
Clue 3.1 Which is the worlds' largest port city?
Clue 3.2 In which year Hirohito was made Emperor of Japan?
Clue 3.3 Which is the name of a hotel te Rotterdam that had the same name as the First Republic in Germany?
Clue 3.4 What is (in Dutch) to start to erect?
Clue 3.5 Give a cryptic description of a group of blood relatives?
 
Using the help of the clues, give the Christian name we are asking for
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