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Joannes Theodorus Maria "Jan" Bank (born 10 May 1940, Amsterdam) is a Dutch historian. He was one of the members of the independent committee assigned responsibility for the fourteenth and final volume of Loe de Jong's The Kingdom of the Netherlands During World War II.
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- Kristel, Connie (6 July 1991). "Over het Nut en Nadeel van Geschiedsschrijving voor het Rijk". NRC Handelsblad. Retrieved 12 December 2011.
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