BOB DYLAN MAGAZINES IN DUTCH LANGUAGE - TIJDSCHRIFTEN IN DE NEDERLANDSE TAAL

  Dutch is a West Germanic language spoken by around 23 million people as a first language and 5 million people as a second language, constituting the majority of people in the Netherlands (where it is the sole official language) and Belgium (as one of three official languages). It is the third most widely spoken Germanic language, after its close relatives English and German.

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AD Magazine, Holland

Aktie, Holland

Aloha, Holland

Back Stage, Holland

Country Gazette, Holland

Disk, Holland

Entr'Acte, Holland

Eurodisc Agenda, Holland

Exit, Holland

Film en Televisie, Holland

Film Magie, Belgium

Forum der Letteren, Holland

Free, Holland

Gids (De), Holland

Groene Amsterdammer (De), Holland

Heaven, Holland

Hitweek / Witheek, Holland

HP / De Tidj, Holland

Humo, Belgium

Joepie, Holland

Katholieke Illustratie, Holland

Lust For Life, Holland

Morgen (De), Vooruit & De Antwerpse Morgen, Belgium

Music Home, Holland

Muziek Expres, Holland

Muziekkrant, Holland

Nationale Top 100, Holland

NRC, Holland

Oor, Holland

Parool, Holland

Platenblad, Holland

Pop Mix, Holland

PTP, Holland

Revolver, Holland

Smilin' Ears, Holland

Spruit, Belgium

Stick, Holland

Studio, Holland

Teenbeat, Holland

Tirade, Holland

Tliedboek, Belgium

Vara TV Magazine, Holland

Veronica, Holland

Volzin, Holland

Vrij Nederland, Holland

Zie, Belgium