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Disclaimer

General

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Liability

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External links

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Copyright

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In placing content on The Hague University’s website, we have aimed carefully to meet the obligations set by the Copyright Act 1912 for the use of texts subject to copyright and the use of existing illustrations. Should someone feel they have a prior right to one of the texts or illustrations they should contact:

The Hague University
Communications & Marketing
Johanna Westerdijkplein 75
2521 EN The Hague
Netherlands
Email: webmaster@hhs.nl

Portrait

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