2 edition of History of the Netherlands East Indies found in the catalog.
History of the Netherlands East Indies
E. S. de Klerck
by B.M. Israel NV
Written in English
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Until , Indonesia was a Dutch colony known as the Netherlands East Indies. In , the area had over 60 million inhabitants and was a major exporter to Japan, providing some 13 per cent of its oil needs – second only after the United States. Following Germany's occupation of the Netherlands in May , Japan decided to expand its influence in the Netherlands East ing the 4/5(1). Year Book of the Netherlands East Indies Year Book of the Netherlands East Indies in life hi h and res nsible posts under the Government or distinguished t emselves y some particularly notable services. This, as briefly as possible, is the purport of the contents of this great work, the most important contribution to the literature of the history of modern education in.
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The Dutch East Indies (or Netherlands East-Indies; Dutch: Nederlands(ch)-Indië; Indonesian: Hindia Belanda) was a Dutch colony consisting of what is now was formed from the nationalised colonies of the Dutch East India Company, which came under the History of the Netherlands East Indies book of the Dutch government in During the 19th century, the Dutch possessions and hegemony were expanded, reaching Capital: Batavia.
I was very excited when I learned that a volume of the Japanese history of the Pacific War had been published in English by the Leiden University in The Netherlands.
This is the Japanese Army volume concerning the invasion of the Dutch East Indies and covers in great detail the forces assembled and combat operations conducted.5/5(2).
Dutch East Indies, also called Netherlands East Indies, Dutch Nederlands Oost-Indië or Nederlandsch-Indië, one of the overseas territories of the Netherlands until Decembernow territory was made up of Sumatra and adjacent islands, Java with Madura, Borneo (except for North Borneo, which is now part of Malaysia and of Brunei), Celebes with Sangihe and Talaud islands, the.
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Amsterdam: B.M. Israël, Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: De Klerck, E.S. History of the Netherlands East Indies. Amsterdam: B.M. Israel, 17 Comments on “ A Brief History of the Dutch East Indies – Part 1.
Jack Voogt December 6, The opening line of this story “The Dutch East Indies (c. – ) was part of a vast Dutch trading empire (Nederlands-koloniale Rijk) which stretched. UntilIndonesia was a Dutch colony known as the Netherlands East Indies.
Inthe area had over 60 million inhabitants and was a major exporter to Japan, providing some 13 per cent of its oil needs - second only after the United States/5(15). This is a Wikipedia book, About ] [ Advanced ] [ FAQ ] [ Feedback ] [ Help ] [ WikiProject: History of the Netherlands The Bigger Picture History of the Netherlands History of Flanders Canon of Dutch History Before CE Romans in the Netherlands Dutch East India Company Maurice, Prince of Orange Dutch West India Company Twelve Years.
Other articles where History of the Netherlands is discussed: Netherlands: History: This section surveys the history of the Kingdom of the Netherlands from its founding in to the present. For a discussion of the period prior to that date, see Low Countries, history of the.
The battle of the Java Sea, fought in Februarywas the first major surface engagement of the Pacific War and one of the few naval battles of the entire war fought to a decisive victory. It was the culminating point of the Japanese drive to occupy the Netherlands East Indies (NEI) and, to.
Satirical novel denouncing the injustices of the Dutch colonial system in the East Indies. Tulip Fever (Deborah Moggach, ). A love-triangle drama set in 17th century Amsterdam. Films. Antonia's Line (). A portrait of five generations of Dutch women.
Black Book (). A sexy blonde bombshell fights for the Dutch resistance. Author: Marc Lohnstein; Publisher: Bloomsbury Publishing ISBN: Category: History Page: 48 View: DOWNLOAD NOW» UntilIndonesia was a Dutch colony known as the Netherlands East Indies.
Inthe area had over 60 million inhabitants and was a major exporter to Japan, providing some 13 per cent of its oil needs – second only after the United States.
Some historical and political background is also provided, and the result is understandable without a background in Dutch literature or the history of the Dutch East Indies.
Nieuwenhuys begins with the period of the Dutch East India Company, with sailor's tales and stories of exploration, some of which were extremely popular. Suzanne Moon's Technology and Ethical Idealism provides a meticulous and elegant history of the place of technology in debates about development in the late-colonial Netherlands East Indies.
While most scholars and policymakers concerned with development issues will be familiar with the “small is beautiful” (Schumaker ) approach to development that emerged in the s, few will be Author: Joshua Barker.
mentary history of the revision of the Organic Act this book has great value and usefulness. During this decade studies on the Indies by Americans began to appear. Inthe present writer published his book on the Indies (The Dutch East Indies: Its government, problems and politics.
Grand Rapids. Revised edi-tions and A Pocket Guide to Netherlands East Indies For use of Military Personnel only. Not to be republished, in whole or in part, without the consent of the War Department. [Unlimited distribution authorized.] WAR AND NAVY DEPARTMENTS WASHINGTON, D.C. Prepared by SPECIAL SERVICE DIVISION, ARMY SERVICE FORCES UNITED STATES ARMY.
Colonialism and the emergence of a new ethnic group as a result of interracial relationships are inseparable phenomena.
The Dutch ruled the colony Netherlands Indies, present Indonesia, from until During this period the mestizo group of Indo-Europeans (the 'Indos' or Eurasians) occupied a special position in social-economic, political and cultural life.
"Jonathan Israel's The Dutch Republic Boxer's The Dutch Seaborne Empire () is a classic, but his Jan Compagnie in War and Peace () is probably better. Stephen Bown's Merchant Kings: When Companies Ruled the World, (), Is.
Book from the Archaeological Survey of IndiaCentral Archaeological Library, New DelhiBook Number: Book Title: Netherlands East Indies vol.2Book Author.
Book from the Archaeological Survey of India Central Archaeological Library, New Delhi. Book Number: Book Title: Netherlands East Indies vol.1 Book Author: Book Language: English. Handbook Netherlands East Indies. You Searched For: Title: handbook netherlands east indies. * This book covers an enormous amount of information, from the geographical situation & area to the history.
Also includes public health, education, the government, judicature, public finances & monopolies, the Agrarian legislation, &c.The history of the Netherlands is closely related to that of the. Low Countries; it was not until the 16th century that an independent state roughly corresponding to the present-day country was established.
As a consequence, the geographical scope of this article sometimes extends to the southern parts of the Low Countries. Conversely, a large part of what is now the Netherlands was sea or.UntilIndonesia was a Dutch colony known as the Netherlands East Indies. Inthe area had over 60 million inhabitants and was a major exporter to Japan, providing some 13 percent of its oil needs - second only after the United States.
Following Germany's occupation of the Netherlands in .