Nobody had a car in the neighbourhood- maybe a few doctors but my father didn't- he was a nature man." The German occupation of the low countries in 1939, marked the end of Eelco's carefree childhood."As kids we were always watching the Germans after they came into Holland- following them on our bikes, watching what they were doing- we were just curious." However the reality of the war soon began to bite.Born in 1929 in the village of den Dolder in central Holland, Eelco enjoyed a happy and secure childhood.The middle child of five, Eelco was born after one of the coldest winters on record: " My mother used to thank me for keeping her warm!Babe did have some fierce rivalry however, notably from ‘honey’ which took 20% of the vote and from ‘darling,’ which earned 19%.Rounding out the top five nicknames were ‘sweetheart,’ with 15% and ‘love’ with 10%.Eelco says his older sisters who were good looking blond girls, were messengers for the Underground.Halfway through the war, the Boswijk family were kicked out of their hospital house and his father was imprisoned in Dachau Concentration Camp in Germany.
Inspector Al Symonds from Northland Police said: 'We need to catch this man as soon as possible.
In comedic fashion, he is quoted in the press release as saying: "It has been my dream to work on The Edge radio station ever since last week when they told me I would be working on The Edge radio station.
I’m super excited to make my dream a reality." He also co-hosted The Xtra Factor, a follow-up programme of the The X Factor with Casey and Roberts from March–May 2015.
In Spain, you're a lump of sugar (terron de azucar).
Meanwhile, in Russia you’re a little dove (golubchik/golubushka), in France a little cabbage (petit chou) and in Thailand a little elephant (chang noi).¹ Every culture has their favourite terms of endearment and, as it turns out, NZ is no exception.