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Dutch Colonial architecture

A broad term describing the architecture prevalent in the Dutch-settled parts of America during the early part of the 17th century. The earliest houses were simple one-story, single-room permanent dwellings.
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Students working on privatization and deregulation, income redistribution policies, and fiscal policies in Indonesia may find themselves surprised by the fact that many of current institutional constraints for economic reform can be traced all the way back to the late Dutch colonial period, as Booth emphasizes.
Rita Soebagio, one of the petitioners, told Arab News that the court decision "shows that we face an uphill battle to instil religious norms in our society." She said the Criminal Code contains Western values from the Dutch colonial era.
This time he has taken on a detailed revelation of the growth and transformations in the notorious but under-studied, two-hundred-year-long coffee production regime known as the Priangan System (Preangerstelsel), the first and future model of the various crop production and delivery systems later known as the Culturstelsel or "Cultivation System" and implemented across Java in the early years of Dutch colonial control (1830-70).
They included two Portuguese missionaries and 28 followers killed by Dutch colonial soldiers during a period of persecution of Catholics.
Introduced under the Dutch colonial rule during the 18th century, tea and coffee growing has generated a long period of highly profitable export trade with continental Europe.
Indonesia declared its independence from Dutch colonial rule in 1945
1814 - Britain agrees to hand back all Dutch colonial possessions, including Indonesia.
The third part, including chapters 7 to 9, shifts the focus to the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries by analyzing Japan's opening of the tea trade to the United States in 1874, the Indian account of the 1900 Boxer Rebellion of Qing China, and the Dutch colonial rule over Indonesia in 1910.
The early history of this ministry can be traced back to the Ministry of Water Management and Transportation in the Dutch colonial era.
The bloggers were asked to explore Kota Tua and share their experiences online, from Dutch colonial era museums in Merdeka Square to local puppet shows, and were also challenged to live like locals by navigating the bustling streets of Jakarta, the "Big Durian", using public transportation, with free return flights to the international destination of their choice up for grabs for the best posts.
Therefore, the birth of the Dutch colonial radio-service in the 1920s must be seen as a direct result of the First World War.
Joseph Vaz, a 17th century missionary credited with reviving the Catholic faith among both Sinhalese and Tamils amid persecution by Dutch colonial rulers, who were Calvinists.