Ladies Short Sleeve Liberation of Holland V neck T-shirt (White)
This White, Gildan Heavy Cotton® t shirt with cap sleeve is a Missy contoured silhouette fit with side seam and 1/2" mitered v-neck collar. It is 100% Cotton preshrunk jersey knit 8.8 oz. With a taped neck and shoulders, a tear away label and double needle sleeve and bottom hems
This White V neck t-shirt, has over 37,000 stitches of embroidery. It features an orange tulip to represent the Dutch house of Orange . In the tulip, you can see the blood trickle down to form a Maple Leaf representing Canada's involvement in the Liberation. Now look closely at the leaf it’s made up of Canadian Soldiers marching into Holland when you look at it you can see the soldiers and their shadows. The Holland on the right sleeve is done in the red, white and blue of the Dutch flag.
From September 1944 to April 1945, the First Canadian Army fought German forces on the Scheldt estuary — opening the port of Antwerp for Allied use — and then cleared northern and western Netherlands of Germans, allowing food and other relief to reach millions of desperate people. In the Netherlands, Liberation Day (Dutch: Bevrijdingsdag) is celebrated each year on May the 5th to mark the end of the occupation by Nazi Germany.
The King and Queen of the Netherlands have this design, have a look at the letter from the Noordeinde Palace, located in The Hague in the province of South Holland.