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Eendracht is the Dutch word for "unity". As part of the motto "Eendracht maakt macht" (strength through unity) of the Dutch Republic, later inherited by Belgium, the South African Republic and the Union of South Africa. The name was adapted to one of the earliest names for Australia, after the discoveries made by Dirk Hartog, who named it after his ship, the Eendracht.
Eendracht was, and still is, a popular name for Dutch, Belgian and South African ships, windmills, buildings, public works, organizations, etc. Among these are:
- Eendracht, a canal and former branch of the river Scheldt in the Netherlands.
- Eendracht (1615 ship), ship with which Dirk Hartog discovered Western Australia.
- Eendracht (1615 ship from Hoorn), ship with which Willem Schouten and Jacob Le Maire circumnavigated the world.
- Eendracht (1655 ship), flagship of United Provinces confederate navy.
- Eendracht (1989 ship), Dutch ship built in 1989.
- De Eendracht, Alkmaar, Noord Holland
- De Eendracht, Alphen aan den Rijn, Zuid Holland
- De Eendracht, Anjum, Friesland
- De Eendracht, Dirksland, Zuid Holland
- De Eendracht, Gieterveen, Drenthe
- De Eendracht, Kimswerd, Friesland
- De Eendracht, Leeuwarden, an oil and barley mill in Friesland
- De Eendracht, Leeuwarden a sawmill burnt down in 1878
- De Eendracht, Leeuwarden, a sawmill demolished in 1919
- De Eendracht, Sebaldeburen, Groningen
- Eendracht maakt Macht, Meterik, Limburg, after the motto Eendracht maakt macht
- Eendrachtsmolen, Zevenhuizen, Zuid Holland
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