Dutch East Indies colonial Sarekat

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Dutch East Indies colonial Sarekat

Starting in 1602, the Dutch use to the divisions between the small kingdoms that had replaced Majapahit, and Step by Step become the ruler who is now the Indonesian region. The only one not affected is that of Portuguese Timor remains dominated by the Portuguese so that in 1975 when he joined with Indonesia to become one with the name of a province of East Timor. The Dutch controlled Indonesia for nearly 350 years except for two brief Royal Palace, which is smaller than Indonesia as a party controlled by Britain after Britain Javanese-Dutch War, and during Jepun occupation during World War II. When colonizing Indonesia, Netherlands East Indies Netherlands developed into one of the richest imperialist power in the world. For sesetengah people during 350 years of Dutch colonial rule is a myth kerana newly conquered territory of Aceh after the Dutch and then approached kemuflisan.

In the 17th century and 18th century, the Dutch East Indies are not controlled directly by the Dutch government but by the trade Sarekat named Sarekat Dutch East Indies (Dutch: Verenigde Oostindische Compagnie or VOC). VOC has been given monopoly rights to trade and colonial activities in the area by the Dutch parliament in 1602, with officials in Batavia mother who is now named Jakarta.

The main objective of the Dutch East Indies Sarekat is to maintain a monopoly on trade rempahnya in the archipelago. This is done through the use of threats of violence against the residents in planting spice islands, and towards non-Dutch people who Try trade with the resident. For example, when the population of the Banda Islands continue to sell to traders nutmeg English, Dutch tentera force to kill or drive out almost its entire population, with servants or slaves who worked in the nutmeg plantations then Delivers to stay in the islands instead.

Sarekat Dutch East Indies became involved in politics depths of Java in this period, and fought in several wars involving the leaders of Mataram and Banten.


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