The Doopsgezinde Kalender was a devotional calendar with a page for each day, and usually also in book form (diary), in the Dutch language, edited by a special committee. This calendar, the first issue of which appeared 1937 (during the years 1943-1946 the calendar could not be published), was sometimes also called Zendingskalender or Broederschapskalender.
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