Dutch former Colonies, Asia, Dutch East Indies - This Day in History: Mar 20, 1602: Dutch East India Company founded http://dingeengoete.blogspot.com/

Dutch former Colonies, Asia, Dutch East Indies - This Day in History: Mar Dutch East India Company

Bandung 1948. Lokasiya sekarang yang menjadi apartemen di sebelah Hotel Papandayan

Bandung 1948 Note: I think this building is located in Jalan Cicendo today.

japanese concentration camps in java - Google zoeken pictures of the japanese internment camps

This photo of the open area surrounded by the jail cells was taken 5 weeks after the end of the War but before the arrival of British Troops to secure the Camp. Banjoebiroe 10 had turned into a voluntary prison with every family fending for itself.

Batavian Railroad Passenger Train in the city that is now Jakarta Indonesia, formerly a Dutch Colony under the name Batavia

Batavian Railroad Passenger Train

Batavian Railroad Passenger Train - Art Print Batavian Railroad Passenger Train in the city that is now Jakarta Indonesia, formerly a Dutch Colony under the

VOC headquarters in Amsterdam (the Oost-Indisch Huis) This Day in History: Mar 20, 1602: Dutch East India Company founded http://dingeengoete.blogspot.com/

VOC headquarters in Amsterdam (the Oost-Indisch Huis) This Day in History: Mar Dutch East Indies Company founded.

K.N.I.L. recruitment propaganda poster for the liberation of the Dutch East Indies c.1945 Lithograph, designed by Wim

recruitment propaganda poster for the liberation of the Dutch East Indies Lithograph, designed by Wim

Nederlanders met hun bedienden in Nederlands Indië / Dutch colonials with their servants

Dutch Colonial, Indonesian Independence, Les Pays Bas, Le Pays, Sejarah Indonesia, East India Company, Dutch East Indies, Java, Black History

Eene suikerfabriek (A cane sugar factory), Java, Indonesia

Eene suikerfabriek (A cane sugar factory), Java, Indonesia

The Huguenots were French Protestants who were members of the Calvinist Reformed Church that was established in 1550. From the mid 1500s until the mid 1600s, Huguenots were persecuted in France for their religious beliefs. Therefore, thousands of Huguenots fled to countries such as Switzerland, Germany, England, America, the Netherlands, Poland and South Africa, where they could enjoy religious freedom

The Dutch East India Company was the main importer of chintz fabrics to Europe during the and century. This engraving shows the shipyard and warehouses of the company in Amsterdam, around Collection Fries Scheepvaart Museum, Sneek, The Netherlands.

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