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Netherlands. By: Julian Strickland, name, name, and name. By: Julian Strickland, Lansing Loudon , Shawn. Dutch Colonialism: 1815-1870. Dutch Government: 1815-1870 The Dutch battled two noteworthy wars in the 1820s. Java War, 1825-1830 Padri War in the 1830s.
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Netherlands By: Julian Strickland, name, name, and name By: Julian Strickland, Lansing Loudon , Shawn

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Dutch Imperialism: 1815-1870 Dutch Imperialism: 1815-1870 The Dutch battled two noteworthy wars in the 1820s. Java War, 1825-1830 Padri War in the 1830s. The Netherlands still did not control numerous ranges that they needed to control. These ranges included Aceh, Bali, a lot of Sulawesi and Nusa Tenggara.

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Dutch Imperialism: 1870-1910 Dutch Imperialism: 1870-1910 "Netherlands Indies" were vital to the Dutch economy: the benefits from espresso, tobacco, oil, and different items helped account the industrialization of the Netherlands. The Dutch attempted to win complete control of the considerable number of regions they asserted. This was the time of "high imperialism”. High Imperialism was a period when Britain and France were confronting rivalry from new pilgrim forces like Germany and Italy. Most unclaimed parts of Africa, Asia and the Pacific were being controlled by one force before another could get an open door.

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Timeline of Netherlands Imperialism between 1700-1914 1705 VOC sends fortifications to Semarang. 1740 VOC starts a crusade to have "superfluous Chinese" expelled to Ceylon (Sri Lanka) or South Africa. Bits of gossip spread that the Chinese, once on board boat, will be murdered adrift 1769 French endeavor takes clove and nutmeg plants from Ambon, breaking the VOC imposing business model. Portuguese assemble post at Dili, East Timor. 1780 War breaks out between the Netherlands and Britain. Additional troops are sent to Java. 1813 November Revolt in the Netherlands against Napoleon. 1824 March 17 British and Dutch sign Treaty of London and partition the Indies between themselves. 1825 July Dutch send troops to capture Diponegoro, who pronounces resistance. This was the start of the "Java War", which kept going until 1830. 1848 June Netherlands Indies sends a military power to Bali in light of contentions over the implementation of bargains with the neighborhood rajas. 1854 Netherlands government issues a sacred change for the Netherlands Indies ("Regeeringsreglement"). 1859 Portuguese sign accord with the Dutch: Portuguese desert stations and cases on Flores and Solor to the Dutch, and hold ownership of Portuguese Timor. Division in the middle of West and East Timor is set. 1870 Regular steamship administration to the Netherlands through the Suez trench starts. 1875 The Netherlands Indies, Australia, and Germany set a limit between their cases on New Guinea. 1894 "Batak War" closes. Netherlands Indies sorts out a state-run opium syndication to control the opium exchange

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Facts about Sumatra and the Effects of Colonialism and Imperialism What had started as the flavor exchange under ahead of schedule Portuguese traders soon turned into an enhanced arrangement of agribusiness. Portuguese impact on Sumatra is clear in an island\'s portion names. Numerous new yields popular on the world business sector were brought into Indonesia. Espresso, tea, sugar, indigo and flavors got to be real fares, however as opposed to being created by individual little ranchers, they were developed on tremendous homes, fundamentally on Java. Changing conditions in Europe influenced Indonesia\'s improvement; the predetermination of the Indonesian individuals was in the men\'s hands in the European capitals. In times of emergency in Europe, creation in Indonesia declined forcefully. At the point when months of long ocean voyages isolated ranges on inverse sides of the earth, Dutch and British exchanging vessels kept a stranglehold on Indonesian life. In 1602 the Dutch turned into a noteworthy controlling force in Sumatra- - and the and the encompassing islands- - with the foundation of the secretly held Dutch East India Company (VOC). In 1699 the organization went bankrupt, and the Dutch government assumed control over every one of its property. Sumatra has a long history of remote contact. Records of Indonesia\'s first Islamic group In 1685, the English set up sustained processing plants on the west drift, exchanging pepper and different flavors, yet relinquished this exertion by settlement with the Dutch in 1824. Old English Dutch contention was sharp until 1824, when the British surrendered their cases to Sumatra to the Netherlands consequently for Malacca. All through the nineteenth century the Dutch kept on expanding their power over nearby rulers; the last extraordinary battle (1873-1903) 1873-1908-There was a Chineese resistance against the Dutch which went to a long and intense clash the distance all through World War II.

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Facts about Sumatra and the impacts of expansionism and dominion The chief indigenous sustenance products are rice, and corn. Home development is principally of elastic, tea, espresso, coconuts, and flavors. The indigenous Sumatrans have a place, phonetically and socially, to the Malayan people groups and are at times assembled as Indonesians. Among the most imperative ethnic gatherings are the Achenese and Gayos in the north, the Bataks in the inside, the Lampongs in the south, and the Malys all through Sumatra. The populace incorporates substantial gatherings of Indians, Chinese, and Arabs and some Europeans.

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Effects of Colonialism on the Netherlands Vast homes were built up by the Dutch East India Company, later to be held under the immediate control of the Dutch crown. What had started as the flavor exchange under right on time Portuguese dealers soon turned into a broadened arrangement of horticulture. At the point when Britain possessed the Dutch settlements on Indonesia in 1811, and held them for a long time under the governorship of Stamford Raffles, it was on the grounds that Holland had moved into the French circle amid the Napoleonic Wars. The Treaty of London, closed in the middle of Britain and Holland in 1824, gave the previous the Malayan Peninsula and guaranteed the continuation of Dutch tenet over Indonesia

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Imperialist Nation – Netherlands Today Population: 16,067,754 (July 2002 est.) GDP: $413Billion (1.1% yearly development rate) Capital City: Amsterdam; The Hague is the seat of government Type of Government: Constitutional Monarchy Head of State: Queen BEATRIX (since 30 April 1980) Economic Description: The economy is noted for stable modern relations, moderate swelling, a sizable ebb and flow account overflow, and an imperative part as an European transportation center point. Mechanical action is transcendently in nourishment preparing, chemicals, petroleum refining, and electrical apparatus. The Netherlands, alongside 11 of its EU accomplices, started circling the euro coin on 1 January 2002. The nation keeps on being one of the main European countries for pulling in outside direct speculation. Monetary development moderated significantly in 2001, as a feature of the worldwide financial stoppage, however for the four years before that, yearly development arrived at the midpoint of about 4%, well over the EU normal

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COUNTRYDATA Population:16,067,754 GDP: $413 billion Capital City: Amsterdam Head of state: Prime Minister Wim Kok, Vice Prime Ministers Annemarie Jorritsma and Els Borst-Eilers Government sort: Constitutional Monarchy Economy: An open economy reliant on outside exchange. It is known for stable modern relations, a sizable record overflow, and moderate expansion. Very motorized horticultural industry delivers huge excess of nourishment while utilizing just 4% of the work power. Heineken originates from Holland Speaking of economy. . . FUN FACT!!!

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Colony of Sumatra - Today Population: 40M (July 2002 est.) GDP: $Billion (% yearly development rate) Capital City: Medan Type of Government: Head of State: President MEGAWATI Sukarnoputri (since 23 July 2001) and Vice President Hamzah HAZ (since 26 July 2001); Economic Description:

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Rolls and obligations Julian Strickland – maker script author. Spearing Louding – bunch pioneer/executive. Shawn-innovation organizer Name – head analyst

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Documents and Resources Sumatra, Palembang and West Java Mills Web sight Indonesia:second most prominent wrongdoing of century:350 Galen .:tslidesep.

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