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In the earliest period the East India Company attached itself as a parasite to Javanese society, with little knowledge of its organization and little 4 THB DUTCH IN JAVA CBAi. regard to the effects.
Day, The policy and administration of the Dutch in Java, (Kuala Lumpur, ), with an introduction by John Bastin.
Google Scholar Eindrésumé, Eindrésumé van het onderzoek naar de rechten van den inlander op den grond op Java en Madoera, (Batavia, –), 3 Vols. Google ScholarCited by: 4. Books at Amazon. The Books homepage helps you explore Earth's Biggest Bookstore without ever leaving the comfort of your couch.
Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and. Some Notes on Java and its Administration by the Dutch. Rare books, special collections & manuscripts» But its main interest is the author's favourable opinion of the economic management of Java by the Dutch, as compared with the British in India.
He particularly commends the Dutch refusal to introduce individual property rights to land. The development of the Cultivation System from the years to is the focus of this work by the Dutch scholar Cornelis Fasseur.
The author presents a general overview of Dutch po y and 5/5(1). ‘Willemskerke, Surabaya’. From Java, Sumatra and Other Islands of The Dutch East Indies by A. Cabaton, by Jenny Watson. The Dutch colonial novel The Hidden Force by the fin de siècle author Louis Couperus is regarded as one of the most significant works of Dutch colonial literature.
Despite this, it has garnered relatively little critical attention when. The key to Dutch commercial success in Indonesia was the security of its base of operations at Batavia.
The security issue involved the VOC in the internal politics of Java. The earliest governor generals had not intended to become involved in Java's politics.
had become a territory of the VOC in The policy of divide and rule. During the course of the 18th century the Dutch United East India Company (Vereenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie, abbreviated VOC) had established itself as the dominating economic and political power on Java after the crumbling and collapse of the Mataram Dutch trading company had been a major power in Asian trade since the early s, but started to.
Get this from a library. Some notes on Java and its administration by the Dutch. [Henry Scott Boys] -- This modestly-entitled work by a former member of the Bengal Civil Service is in fact more like a well-researched essay than a miscellaneous collection of notes.
It. The Dutch Ethical Policy (Ethische Politiek) was the official policy of colonial government of Indonesia during the four decades from until the Japanese occupation of Inthe Dutch Queen Wilhelmina announced that the Netherlands accepted an ethical responsibility for the welfare of their colonial subjects.
The Dutch settlement history in South Africa began in March with the shipwreck of the Dutch ship Nieuwe Haarlem. The shipwreck victims built a small fort named “Sand Fort of the Cape of Good Hope”. They stayed for nearly one year at the Cape.
Finally they were rescued by a fleet of 12 ships under the command of W.G. de Jong. On one of. “Dealing with the Dutch is an excellent book for foreign students who must deal with Dutch people in business and professional environments, either in the Netherlands or in their own countries.” (TU Delta (weekly magazine)) About the Author.
Jacob Vossestein is a human geographer and social anthropologist who has visited more than 60 Cited by: 1. The Ethical Policy did have some achievements, and the Dutch did increase spending on public health by about ten times but it was ultimately a failure.
In part, this failure was due to the impact of population growth on Java, but it must also be noted that the colonial government emphasised economic development above the welfare of the general.
The invasion of Java in was a successful British amphibious operation against the Dutch East Indian island of Java that took place between August and September during the Napoleonic ally established as a colony of the Dutch Republic, Java remained in Dutch hands throughout the French Revolutionary and Napoleonic Wars, during which time Location: Java.
From Some Notes on Java and its Administration by the Dutch, by Henry Scott Boys, 'An ingenious device for increasing the Government profit was devised by General Van-der Bosch at the same time as he initiated the culture system.Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books.
My library. European administration began with the Dutch, who annexed Bangka and Belitung in The region was occupied by the British in (during the Napoleonic Wars), but Bangka was returned to the Dutch infollowed by Belitung inand the islands were absorbed into the Dutch East Indies.