||Bi-lingual Hebrew-Dutch service in celebration of the twenty-fifth anniversary of the reign of Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands. The monograph for the services are bound with an orange cover, which also serves as the title page. It is followed by a ten part program in Dutch and then the actual service which begins with parts of Psalm 116, followed by all of Psalm 21 and a lengthy Tehinah, additional Pslams and prayers. The text is comprised of Hebrew and Dutch on facing pages.
Wilhelmina Helena Pauline Marie of Orange-Nassau; August 31, 1880 – November 28, 1962) was queen regnant of the Kingdom of the Netherlands from 1890 to 1948 and Queen Mother (with the title of Princess) from 1948 to 1962. She was the only child of King William III and his second wife, Emma of Waldeck and Pyrmont. She ruled the Netherlands for fifty years, longer than any other Dutch monarch. Her reign saw many turning points in both Dutch and world history: World War I and World War II, the Great Crisis of 1933, as well as the decline of the Netherlands as a major colonial empire. Outside the Netherlands she is primarily remembered for her role in the Second World War, in which she proved to be a great inspiration to the Dutch resistance, as well as a prominent leader of the Dutch government in exile. This celebratory service is for an earlier period in her long reign.