2 edition of Netherlands East Indies. found in the catalog.
Netherlands East Indies.
in [New York, N.Y
Written in English
|Other titles||Holland carries on.|
|LC Classifications||DS643 .A5 1941|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||3 p. 1., 60,  p. incl. front.,|
|Number of Pages||60|
|LC Control Number||42003482|
In , the Dutch East India Company (VOC) began trading in India. Along the coast from Surat to Calcutta, VOC factories and warehouses covered a far larger area than the company controlled in the East Indies archipelago. It was from the islands that the VOC obtained most of its spices: salt, pepper, nutmeg, cloves and cinnamon. 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 Indies 4/5(1).
The Royal Netherlands East Indies Army (Koninklijk Nederlands Indisch Leger; KNIL, Dutch pronunciation:) was the military force maintained by the Netherlands in its colony of the Netherlands East Indies (also known as the Dutch East Indies), in areas that are now part of KNIL's air arm was the Royal Netherlands East Indies Army Air arters: Bandung, Dutch East Indies. Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: De Klerck, E.S. History of the Netherlands East Indies. Amsterdam: B.M. Israel,
The Netherlands East Indies Air Force (NEI-AF) had two combat squadrons and some Transport sections in Australia during World War 2. 18 (NEI) SQUADRON The first NEI-AF Squadron was 18 (NEI) Squadron, which was formed as an RAAF Squadron at Fairbairn airfield in Canberra on 4 April under the command of Lieutenant Colonel B.J. Fiedeldij. The Royal Netherlands East Indies Army (Koninklijk Nederlands Indisch Leger; KNIL) was the military force maintained by the Netherlands in its colony of the Netherlands East indies (also known as the Dutch East Indies, and now modern Indonesia). The KNIL's air arm was the Royal Netherlands East Indies Army Air Force.
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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). East Indies is an exciting tale of the competition between the trading companies of the Portuguese Crown, and the Dutch and English East India Trading companies.
All of them looking for the riches of South East Asia such as spices, silks, exotic ebony and sandalwood, pearls, ivory and jewels/5(6). Silver Nutmeg.[The Dutch East Indies-Java,].
by Lofts, Norah [British author() and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at This book offers an excellent and detailed story of the collapse of the Netherlands East Indies (NEI) in December – March from the viewpoint of the Dutch naval air force.
It also includes summaries of the main naval battles Cited by: 1. PLANTATION TOKENS OF THE DUTCH EAST INDIES Author: A.J. Lansen & M.L.F. van der Beek. This, joint, new English publication of the plantation money in Netherlands East Indies.
book former Netherlands East Indies is an improved version of the, inpublished book, on the same subject, with the title: “Plantation- Merchant- and Mining Money of the Netherlands East Indies”, by A.J.
Lansen & L.T. Wells jr. 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.
Figure 1: Map of the Dutch colonial possessions in – including Dutch East Indies, Curaçao and Dependencies, Suriname and Dutch Gold Coast (Source: Wikimedia Commons) The Dutch East Indies (c. – ) was part of a vast Dutch trading empire (Nederlands-koloniale Rijk) which stretched across the world.
In the s- s CE, the. This is an excellent book on the Allied (American, British, Australian, Dutch) naval debacle in February of It covers five significant sea battles in the Netherlands East Indies (NEI): Balikpapan, Badoeng Strait, the two Battles of the Java Sea, and Sunda Strait/5(35). The Dutch East Indies campaign of – was the conquest of the Dutch East Indies (present-day Indonesia) by forces from the Empire of Japan in the early days of the Pacific campaign of World War from the Allies attempted unsuccessfully to defend the islands.
The East Indies were targeted by the Japanese for their rich oil resources which would become a vital asset during the on: Dutch East Indies. The first player to bring home two copies of the four desirable spices wins The Dutch East Indies. It is the 17th century in the East Indies.
You are in charge of two ships, and you have a clear mission: Find valuable spices, and bring them back home — but there are a few catches.
You have to bring these spices home before any other country does/10(99). Dienst van den Mijnbouw., 1 book Djajusman., 1 book Jack Boer, 1 book E. Marcella, 1 book Ivo Samkaiden, 1 book A. Struijvenberg, 1 book Dutch East Indies. Volksraad., 1 book G. de Vries, 1 book Ineke van Kessel, 1 book Maria Indra Rukmi, 1 book R.
Budding, 1 book Petrik Matanasi, 1 book Benjamin Bouman, 1 book Carel Adolph Lion Cachet, 1. The two authoritative reference books on Dutch Indies literature are the "Oostindische spiegel" by literary historian Rob Nieuwenhuys and "Paradijzen van weleer" by literary professor E.M.
Beekman. Nieuwenhuys (–) born in the Dutch East Indies and of Indo descent from his mothers side is the nestor of Dutch Indies literature. The most important American literary professor.
• “The Dutch Naval Air Force Against Japan – the Defense of the Netherlands East Indies, – ” by Womack (). This book offers an excellent and detailed story of the collapse of the Netherlands East Indies (NEI) in December – March from the /5(11).
Two volume set of the Geographical Handbook Series on the Dutch East Indies. Published in (Volume I: April / Volume II: November) to provide intelligence on the Occupied Dutch East Indies. Contains numerous maps and plate photographs, as well as three fold out maps, all in good shape.
Defending the colony was the Royal Netherlands East Indies Army (KNIL). This force, designed primarily for colonial policing, underwent a series of cutbacks in the interwar years before adopting a modernisation programme inwhich focused on building up a strike air force, introducing tanks and increasing the firepower of the infantry and /5(15).
Thus, in mid, the Dutch East Indies Army placed an initial order for 13 Glenn Martin bombers under the export designation WH1 (Wright Holland version 1). What happened next was a political soap-opera. The Colonial Ministry protested, being in favor of Fokker’s proposed T-V bomber (which was still on the drawing boards).
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.
Following Germany's occupation of the Netherlands in MayJapan decided to expand its influence in the Netherlands East Indies. All Netherlands East Indies coins quick info in one coin touch, if need more numismatic data, just click coin.
Good usability site, join us now. The Dutch squadron in the Netherlands East Indies had nothing heavier than a light cruiser. However, the ships were on the alert and at sea when war broke out, and Dutch submarines would be the first Allied naval units to draw blood.
The Dutch government left just about all official family registers, old books and documents behind in the Indies when they departed and in the hands of the Indonesian government. Fortunately these officials have kept these records in relatively good order and safekeeping.
Ten years of Japanese burrowing in the Netherlands East Indies. Official report of the Netherlands East Indies government on Japanese subversive activities in the archipelago during the last decade by Dutch East Indies (Book) 6 editions published between and in English and held by WorldCat member libraries worldwide.Genre/Form: [Literature] Additional Physical Format: Online version: Great Britain.
Naval Intelligence Division. Netherlands East Indies. London] American Visions of the Netherlands East Indies/Indonesia book. Read 3 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. The result of a Fulbright /5(3).