Welcome to the Wefugee Community!
As you applied for asylum already in another „Dublin-country“ (here you find more information of the Dublin III-procedure: http://www.bamf.de/EN/Fluechtlingsschutz/AblaufAsylv/PruefungDublinverfahren/pruefung-dublinverfahren-node.html;jsessionid=754919FEE524509B037670357B1A727F.1_cid359), your application will be treated as „Zweitantrag“ (§71a AsylG).
The Dublin III-procedure determines the country, which will be responsible to carry out an asylum procedure. If, according to the Dublin III-procedure, that responsibility would be handed over from Holland to Germany and there are also certain conditions fulfilled (i.e. there are new individual reasons and circumstances which might lead to a different assessment of your case now), there might also be a chance to do another asylum procedure in Germany. Otherwise, Germany will try to deport you back to Holland. The overall requirements for a second asylum procedure are quite difficult and complex (as the Dublin-regulation in general!). Therefore, I would highly recommend you to look for individual legal support.
I hope these information will be useful for you and please get back to us for clarifications.
Good luck and all the best,