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More than one half of all Internet users in the Netherlands have Facebook accounts (fifty-six percent of the total population of the country) so that website is a good place to lookup a name to see what comes up at no charge.
The list of search results will include middle initials and close matches (alternative spellings, similar names, etc.). Pictures of account holders will be included (if made available), helping to identify the search target.
The number of possible matches can be narrowed by including qualifying information in the search parameter (key-word phrase), like adding a town if known where the person being sought lived or lives, a school he or she might have attended and so on.
Yes! Visit Google.com, enter the person's name and press Enter. Given that a listing or a picture of the person doesn't appear, click on 'Images' at the top of the search-results page. The next page will have the name entered in the search box with an icon representing a 'camera' to the right. Click on that icon.
A pop-up screen will appear offering to actions:
As facial recognition continues to improve, and as the number of images indexed by Google increases, the chances of finding a match or near match improves, but in many trials, no matches are located and the 'near matches' are random.
The Netherlands is a relatively small country in size ranking one hundred thirty first in land mass but Niederländisch ranks sixteenth in population density. Of the seventeen million plus inhabitants, 15.9 million use the Internet, attesting to its high level of educational and cultural development.
Centuries ago the Dutch were barbaric conquerors, massacring people (in some countries) to 'colonize' Angola, Argentina, Aruba, Australia, Brazil, Canada, Curaçao, Ghana, Guyana, Ivory Coast, Namibia, New Zealand, Saint Maarten, Senegal, South Africa, Suriname, The European Union, The Union of South American Nations.
Dutch is also spoken in, North America, Belgium and The Netherlands so pinning down a Dutchman somewhere in the world can require searching the far corners of the earth.
The Dutch mainland is a mix of races:
Most of the cultures of middle-east decent are in the largest cities of Amsterdam, Rotterdam, The Hague and Utrecht. The cities proper do not exceed populations in excess of one million. Including the 'suburbs' (Randstads) however drives the total populations into the millions.
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