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Dutch poster for calling people to an anti nuclear weapons demonstration at Soesterberg 1981. Top of the poster says:”Demonstration in Soesterberg against new nuclear weapons”. The middle of the posters says:”Get nuclear weapons out of the world, let’s begin in the Netherlands”. The demonstration was against the intention of the Dutch government to place nuclear weapons at the base. As it turns out decades later, the nuclear weapons were already placed in secret.
The Dutch Airforce was established at Soesterberg in 1913. From 1954 to 1994 it became a NATO base for the United States Air Force and the village of Soesterberg housed a number of American families. The 32nd is the only US military unit to ever have been under direct operational control of a foreign nation.
After 1994 Soesterberg Airbase became home to the Dutch army helicopter force. The base closed in 2010, and is now location of the Airforce And Military museum.