Dutch East Indies


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Dutch East Indies:

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, officially Republic of Indonesia, republic (2015 est. pop. 258,162,000), c.735,000 sq mi (1,903,650 sq km), SE Asia, in the Malay Archipelago. The fourth most populous country in the world, Indonesia comprises more than 15,000 islands extending c.
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Until as late as 1952, the US still accounted for more than half of worldwide daily crude production - dwarfing output from other early producers such as the Dutch East Indies, Burma, Russia, Romania, Mexico and Iran.
The following two articles form an 'analytical bundle' in that they examine interrelated aspects of the social history of the Dutch East Indies during the economic depression of the 1930s.
Young Jeremiah Prins was the happy son of a school headmaster in the Dutch East Indies (Indonesia.
This brings us to a topic that is often overlooked in historiography: the disruption of the lines of communication between the Netherlands and its most important colony, the Dutch East Indies.
In 1942, Japan declared war against the Netherlands, the same day that Imperial Japanese forces invaded the Dutch East Indies.
He left the post in 1921 to continue his flying career with Vickers Limited, which took him to Java in the Dutch East Indies and to Chile.
Synopsis: For ten year-old Jeremiah Prins, the life of privilege as the son of a school headmaster in the Dutch East Indies comes crashing to a halt in 1942 after the Japanese Imperialist invasion of the Southeast Pacific.
The content originates from the Netherlands, the Dutch East Indies, Suriname, the Netherlands Antilles, and the United States (oclc.
The Dutch navy never again threatened to annex the islands to the Dutch East Indies.
They called it the Dutch East Indies and the Dutch companies had been in touch with the Muslim world since the beginning of the 17th Century.
Roedd yna ryfeloedd yng Nghameroon, Dutch East Indies, Kuwait a Borneo nad o'n i'n ymwybodol ohonyn nhw.
Historians speculate that Imperial Japan launched a preemptive attack on the American fleet at Pearl Harbor and coveted the oil and gas riches of the Dutch East Indies (Indonesia).