East Indies is a term used by Europeans from the 16th century onwards to identify what is now known as Indian subcontinent or South Asia, Southeastern Asia, and the islands of Oceania and Maritime Southeast Asia.
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So everyone else turned up by accident? They were aiming for East Indies & found bloody great landmass in way? Um hang on...
I have lots of ducklings available $4-$7 Black East Indies and Cayuga crosses (sorry I can not tell them apart.. black with black legs and bills.. will turn black with green shimmer
Terneuzen NL has one for those 'doing their duty' in the East indies liberation struggle. Again, only whites.
of Anti-Dutch governing in East Indies, various captives were rulers in their land before the Dutch
Dutch building colonies in Cape and East Indies caused resistance from Khoikhoi/East India Muslims
Wikipedia Atom feed Last modified on 30 June 2014, at 06:49 FIFA World Cup records This is a list of records of the FIFA World Cup and its qualification matches . Teams: tournament position Teams having equal quantities in the tables below are ordered by the tournament the quantity was attained in (the teams that attained the quantity first are listed first). If the quantity was attained by more than one team in the same tournament, these teams are ordered alphabetically. Most finals reached # Team Brazil ( 1950 ,  1958 , 1962 , 1970 , 1994 , 1998 , 2002 ), Germany ( 1954 , 1966 , 1974 , 1982 , 1986 , 1990 , 2002 ) 7 2 Italy ( 1934 , 1938 , 1970 , 1982 , 1994 , 2006 ) 6 3 Argentina ( 1930 , 1978 , 1986 , 1990 ) 4 4 Netherlands ( 1974 , 1978 , 2010 ) 3 5 Czechoslovakia  ( 1934 , 1962 ), France ( 1998 , 2006 ), Hungary ( 1938 , 1954 ), Uruguay ( 1930 , 1950  ) 2 6 England ( 1966 ), Spain ( 2010 ), Sweden ( 1958 ) 1 Most third-place finishes # Team Germany ( 1934 , 1970 , 2006 , 2010 ) 4 2 Brazil ( ...
Columbus and I just found the East Indies! Well. Actually it was the Americas, whoops.…
St. Thomas There is very little about the apostle Thomas in the Gospels; one text calls him the "twin." Rarely during Jesus' lifetime does he stand out among his colleagues. There is the instance before the raising of Lazarus, when Jesus was still in Perea and Thomas exclaimed: "Let us also go and die with Him." Best-known is his expression of unbelief after the Savior's death, giving rise to the phrase "doubting Thomas." Nevertheless, the passage describing the incident, had as today's Gospel, must be numbered among the most touching in Sacred Scripture. In the Breviary lessons Pope St. Gregory the Great makes the following reflections: "Thomas' unbelief has benefited our faith more than the belief of the other disciples; it is because he attained faith through physical touch that we are confirmed in the faith beyond all doubt. Indeed, the Lord permitted the apostle to doubt after the resurrection; but He did not abandon him in doubt. By his doubt and by his touching the sacred wounds the apostle became ...
Today in 1800 - First convoy duty; USS Essex escorts convoy of merchant ships from East Indies to U.S.
"The Swedish Nobel and French Rothschild families discovered oil in Russia through their Far East Trading Company, which later combined with Oppenheimer family interests to become Shell Oil. The Dutch House of Orange joined forces with the British House of Windsor in the Dutch East Indies to launch Royal Dutch Petroleum (Shell)." Dean Henderson in his book "Big Oil & Their Bankers In The Persian Gulf"
IS IT TRUE THAT THE FIRST TO CIRCUMNAVIGATE THE WORLD WAS A FILIPINO ??? THE FIRST CIRCUMNAVIGATOR OF THE WORLD : The first European recorded to have come to Palawan was Ferdinand Magellan . While still serving his country, Portugal, Ferdinand Magellan, at the age of 25, sailed to the East Indies to render Military service in the Portuguese crown possessions. While in Malacca, in 1512, he secretly traveled up to the 11 degrees north latitude, where he came upon some islands of the Calamianes Group. And here comes the story that the Magellan’s interpreter, a Malay slave known by the name Enrique, was not from Malacca, but a Filipino who was a Caramianen, a Vishayan-Tagbanua mixed dialect. This interpreter Enrique has interpreted the Vishayan dialect used in Samar, Leyte and Cebu when the Expedition of Magellan was in those places. Because Macanas the chief of settlement in Calamianes who was a deputy of Datu Magbanua was also from Panay and the Caramian people were using a dialect with resemblance to Vis ...
Many congrats to East Islanders for their series victory over West Indies.
BAHAR, weights used in the East Indies. The great bahar, with which they weigh pepper, cloves, nutmegs, &c. contains 424 pounds 9 ounces.
Whoopytayayo, ghost of Magellan, the East Indies Islands were right over there.
.. and Columbus was going to the East Indies too.
Would love to see an England-Holland WC. Didn't they colonize Malays, too? Dutch East Indies Company, no?
Dutch culture is sweet. Rembrandt, van Eyck, the Dutch East Indies Company. William of Orange. Ruud van Nistelrooy.
in 1944, sub Darter sinks the Japanese minelayer Tsugaru in the Dutch East Indies.
But the most successful episode of Dutch colonialism was the East Indies; all in the tropics.
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Achmad Nawir (left) Dutch East Indies National Team (now Indonesia) Captain, became the only player to… [pic] —
Dutch East Indies "What was the first Asian country to appear in a World Cup?"
society under occupation: from the time of the VOC, the Dutch East Indies Government, the UK, until the Japanese
An Historical Relation of the Island Ceylon in the East Indies Together with an Account of the Detaining in... -
27 June 44, East Indies. 2 Sq RAAF now equipped with B-25s attack Lautem Drome on Timor.
New post: "jokes " My wife went to the East Indies for her holidays. Jakarta? No, she went by plane.
Sylvia Brooke was determined to "live flamingly and electrify the world." Now that's our type of girl.
The 1st Asian country to appear in finals was the Dutch East Indies (now Indonesia) in 1938.
Our Lady of Meliapore, East Indies 1542. This is the shrine in the East Indies, where Saint Francis Xavier often...
Indonesia is the first Asian country that participated once in the FIFA World Cup 1938, under the name Dutch East Indies.
When did you get the clapper? Dutch East Indies, shore leave 1965
From my review: "A more undignified woman it would be hard to find," snooted a British politician.
My review: ‘Sylvia, Queen of the Headhunters' profiles gloriously free-living upper-class Brit turned royalty.
'Sylvia, Queen of the Headhunters' profiles a gloriously free-living upper-class Briton who became a kind of East...
This was one of the best booths at Strangers in a Strange Land: Japanese Indies at PAX East 2014
Strangers in a strange land: Japanese indies at PAX East 2014: "If there had been any question in their minds ...
Hubba Bubba Sour Green Apple is actually made by angels in the East Indies
Where do Mangoes come from? (Heaven, right?) How did mangoes get to the USA? in JUST THE FACTS The real answers to both questions make kind of a long story. I can tell you the story today. A) Mangoes are native to southern Asia, particularly eastern India, Myanmar (formerly Burma), and the Andaman Islands. B) Mangoes have been cultivated and loved since Ancient times. C) Buddhist monks likely took mangoes on voyages to Malaya and eastern Asia in the 4th and 5th Centuries B.C. D) The Persians introduced mangoes to East Africa around the 10th Century. E) Mangoes were cultivated in the East Indies before the earliest visits of the Portuguese, who introduced them to both the Brazilians and West Africans early in the 16th Century. F) After becoming established in Brazil, mangoes were carried to the West Indies, first planted in Barbados about 1742 then later in the Dominican Republic. G) Mangoes reached Jamaica about 1782. H) Mangoes have been grown in Puerto Rico since about 1750. I) Mangoes showed up in Mexi ...
An underwater explorer believes he found Christopher Columbus' flagship, the Santa Maria. His proof: a flag that reads "East Indies or Bust"
''THE DISCIPLES'' ... few know the manner in which the twelve disciples came to their end: John died of extreme old age in Ephesus. Judas Iscariot after betraying the Lord, hanged himself. Peter was crucified, head downward,during the persecutions by nero. Andrew died on a cross at patrae,in Acchia, a greek colony. James , the younger brother of the savior, was thrown from a pinnacle of the temple and then beaten to death with a club. Bartholomew was flayed alive in Albanapolis, Aremenia. James the elder son of Zebedee, was beheaded in Jerusalem. Thomas, the doubter, was run through with a lance at coromandel, in the East Indies. Philip was hanged against a pillar at Neropolic, a city of Phyrgia in Asia Minor. Matthew was slain by the sword, in Ethiopia (Abyssinia) Thaddeus was shot to death with arrows . Simon died on a cross in Persia (now Iran).
The Rubber Ducky As researchers, we often spend thousands, sometimes millions of dollars on sophisticated equipment to help us gather data. So who would have guessed that one of the pieces of equipment that has taught us the most about ocean surface currents would be the little rubber duck; or shall I say thousands of little rubber duckies. Let me explain… …in January of 1992 a freighter on route from China to the United States was in a fierce storm a few hundred miles north west of Hawaii. A container holding 29,000 rubber ducks fell overboard and everyone at the time thought the story ended there. However, later that year thousands of rubber ducks began washing up in Australia, the East Indies and the southern coast of Alaska. There were also a few that washed up in Hawaii, but not near as many as other locations. Over the next four years little yellow ducks continued to wash up in Chile, north west Russia and the state of Washington. As reports of the toy ducks came in, scientist mapped their locat ...
Come on out to Asbury Park Yacht Club tonight! It's my last Sound Waves before moving to LA on Monday. Also, Jeff Raspe is hosting Locals Live At Langosta Lounge: The East Indies / Waiting For Henry / Framing Dakota right next door. Good times will be had by all!
A Japanese book? The Kitab pangeran Bonang, also known as the Book of Bonang (Or. 1928 [olim Mal. 322]), is the second oldest Javanese manuscript in the Special Collections of Leiden University Libraries. The manuscript is a treatise on Muhammadan theology and mysticism in prose written on tree bark paper. This manuscript was in the Netherlands before 1600. It was part of the library of the humanist Bonaventura Vulcanius (1538-1614). How the manuscript turned up in the Netherlands is not known. It seems unlikely that Vulcanius purchased the manuscript directly from one of the first Dutch navigators who visited the North Coast of Java at the end of the 16th century. Vulcanius probably acquired the manuscript from his student Damasius van Blyenburg (1558-1616), who had ties with the Compagnie van Verre. This Compagnie was founded in 1594 by nine Amsterdam merchants in order to dispatch a fleet of ships to the East Indies to buy spices, especially pepper. The manuscript probably entered the library in 1614, ...
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Leiden Southeast Asia Seminar 'Re-making inheritance: Person-objects relations and violent histories' | By Ana Dragojlovic | 5 March Some 60 years after violent decolonization of the Dutch East Indies ‘brought-back kris’ (traditional Indonesian daggers) were reported on acting out in homes of "Indische" people living in the Netherlands. Sudden emergence of repetitive laud noises during the night, movements around house associated with sounds produced by sharp weapons and human screams, brought about worrisome dilemmas on how to deal with such an inheritance.
Dear Papa and Mama in Shanghai, I am now in a place call East Indies...very far away from you. We start to play our instruments to always keep you close to our hearts. Sincerely, Yang Lui
Tegal is the largest city in the Tegal Regency, Indonesia. It is situated on the north coast of Central Java, about 175km from Semarang, capital of Central Java. The Dutch East Indies colonial sugar industry originated in Tegal and the nearby city of Pekalongan, approximately 50km to the east. Tegal Regency remained a major sugar production center until the mid-20th century. The city served as a port for exporting sugar produced on the nearby plantations. Tegal is famous for its warung, commonly called "warteg" or warung tegal. It is also known for its tea products, such as teh botol Sosro, Tong Tji tea, 2 Tang tea, Gopek tea and other brands.
Cover and selected pages from 1930 Royal Dutch East Indies airline guide and timetable
ANDAMAN HISTORY The earliest archaeological evidence documented of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands goes back 2,200 years, however the indications from genetic, cultural and linguistic studies point to habitation going back 30,000 to 60,000 years. In the 18th century, the fearless Marathas admirals Kanhoji Angre, based himself on the islands and from this strategic outpost attacked passing Portuguese, Dutch and English merchant vessels enroute to their colonies in the East Indies. Despite many efforts by the British and Portuguese naval forces, Kanhoji Angre was never defeated until his death in 1729. The mighty Cholas too used parts of these alluring islands as a base and accounts relate that Marco Polo was among the first from the West to set foot on these emerald shores. The more recent history of the Andamans begins post the Great Indian Mutiny of 1857, when the Crown took over the running of the Indian empire and annexed the islands in the 19th century. They turned them into a penal colony for Indian ...
In the 2nd instalment of this electrifying docudrama based on real-life events, continues to wreak havoc in the…
The members of an expedition in search for the last faithful of Kito, the cannibal god, land on a small island in the Moluccas (East Indies) and are soon hunted by cannibals and zombies, ... See full summary » Director: Marino Girolami Writers: Fabrizio De Angelis (story), Romano Scandariato (screenplay) Stars: Ian McCulloch, Alexandra Delli Colli, Sherry Buchanan
Objectives The attack had several major aims. First, it intended to destroy important American fleet units, thereby preventing the Pacific Fleet from interfering with Japanese conquest of the Dutch East Indies and Malaya. Second, it was hoped to buy time for Japan to consolidate its position and increase its naval strength before shipbuilding authorized by the 1940 Vinson-Walsh Act erased any chance of victory. Finally, it was meant to deliver a severe blow to American morale, one which would discourage Americans from committing to a war extending into the western Pacific Ocean and Dutch East Indies. To maximize the effect on morale, battleships were chosen as the main targets, since they were the prestige ships of any navy at the time. The overall intention was to enable Japan to conquer Southeast Asia without interference. Striking the Pacific Fleet at anchor in Pearl Harbor carried two distinct disadvantages: the targeted ships would be in very shallow water, so it would be relatively easy ...
This Day In Naval History - Feb. 19 Story Number: NNS011213-30Release Date: 12/13/2001 9:31:00 PM A A A Email this story to a friend Print this story From Naval History and Heritage Command, Communication and Outreach Division 1900 - President William McKinley signs an Executive Order, placing Tutuila (Samoa) and nearby islands under the Navy Department. 1942 - The Japanese attack Darwin, Australia in the largest attack by a foreign power on country. 1945 - Following pre-invasion naval gunfire and aerial bombardment, U.S. Marines land on Iwo Jima, securing the island on March 16. Fleet Adm. Chester Nimitz describes the invasion, from which 27 Medals of Honor were given, as one "where uncommon valor was a common virtue." 1942 - The overnight Battle of Badoeng Strait begins when the allied naval force (ABDA) commanded by Dutch Rear Adm. W.F.M. Doorman engages the Japanese in an attempt to stop the invasion force in Bali. USS Stewart is damaged. The Japanese continue the capture of the Dutch East Indies.
..it's not funny..we have illegals from Europe, China, Middle East .West Indies .Mexico..I am sure they all don't say comprende
Today in 1942: Over 100 Japanese planes attack Darwin, Australia, to destroy its usefulness as a reinforcement base for the East Indies.
Original explorer, Christopher Columbus believed to his dying day that he found the East Indies, not America.
The Australian Malays Cocos Malays are a community that form the predominant group of the Cocos (Keeling) Islands, which is now part of Australia. The Cocos Malays are originated from the descendants of Malay settlers from the British colonies of British Malaya, Singapore, Brunei and the Riau Archipelago of Dutch East Indies. The first Malays are believed to have arrived and settled in the Islands in 1826 "when Alexander Hare, an English adventurer brought his Malay harem and slaves there."  In 1827 John Clunies-Ross changed the lives of the Malay slaves when he settled the Islands with his family. The existing Malays and large number of newly arrived Malay immigrants that Clunies-Ross brought with him were employed to assist with the harvesting of coconuts for copra. In September 1978, the Clunies-Ross family sold Cocos Islands to the Australian government. Since then, the Chief of State has been Queen Elizabeth II, represented by the current Governor-General, Administrator Brian Lacy. The Chairman ...
Photo: Snakes of the Dutch East Indies, With a dissertation about the symptoms and treatment of poisonous...
Turmeric is native to India, South America, China & the East Indies. . (Story:
Founded in February 2000 In Perth Western Australia. What does VOC mean? It stands for Verengide Oostindische Compagnie (United East Indies Company). It was formed in the Netherlands in1602 with the aim of sending ships to East Asia to buy pepper, cinnamon and other spices and trade them on European markets. The VOC grew rapidly to become a multinational company with trading forts in southern Africa and all over Asia. halfway through the 18th century, the VOC employed something like 25,000 persons, 3,000 in the Netherlands. The VOC built its own ships, a total of 1500, which together made 5,000 journeys to Asia. They established a network of trading posts stretching from the Persian gulf to the Chinese Sea. The VOC ended its existence as a trading company in 1800. Many of the voyages to East Asia passed along the coast of Western Australia (then known as New Holland). History records that whilst some VOC ships landed on WA's shore successfully, others came to grief there. We know of at least 4 VOC ships t ...
The cessation of hostilities opened up trade routes for England, particularly in the East Indies.
isn't it the country to the east of West Indies?
question four done! Question 4: At what point in the chain of events (1763-1776) did a war between England and the Colonies become inevitable? Explain. `The important events that happened between 1763 to 1776 was all of them. Why I say all of them is because each event from 1763 to 1776 impact on how much the colonists were starting to hate the British and the British hating the colonies. It made tension between the colonies, which enables all the events that happened between those times. Examples of what I mean by this is for instance one of the events that happened in 1763 was the French and Indian war. This was the war dealing with the Ohio River Valley. The British ended up asking the colonist to help fight and they said no they didn’t want anything to do with it. The refusal from the colonists made British mad. Then you after the French and Indian War you get the Proclamation of 1763. This set up regulations for the colonist to not travel to the Ohio River Valley. This separated Indians and the c . ...
is as much a colonial state as was the Dutch East Indies - the difference being that the Javanese are in charge.
Feb 17, 1782: French and British battle in the Indian Ocean The worldwide implications of the American War for Independence are made clear on this day in history as the American-allied French navy begins a 14-month-long series of five battles with the British navy in the Indian Ocean. Between February 17, 1782, and September 3, 1782, French Admiral Pierre Andre de Suffren de Saint-Tropez, otherwise known as Bailli de Suffren, and British Vice-Admiral Sir Edward Hughes, commander in chief in the East Indies, engaged in four major battles in the Indian Ocean region: the Battle of Sadras on February 17, the Battle of Providien on April 12, the Battle of Negapatam on July 6 and the Battle of Trincomalee on September 3. The French attacked British possessions on the Indian coast and in Ceylon as part of the world war spawned by the American Revolution. Although Suffren failed to take any of Hughes' ships, he managed to prevent Hughes from taking any of his own fleet. This alone was a significant improvement in ...
gevonden op Internet op een antiquariaat site: GevBALGOOY, N.A. VAN & R.A. TOMASOUW & F.A. SNACKEY - DETA Contractanten. Gedenkboek ter gelegenheid van ons 12-jarige verblijf in Nieuw Guinea 1950-1962 . Without place, 1998. Illustrated, maps. [IV]. 245 pp.; passenger lists of ships transporting DETA members. Paperback with clearview plastic cover. Folio. Fine copy, as new. ¶ DETA (= Dienst Economische en Technische Aangelegenheden) was an agency set up by the Dutch East Indies Government and Military Command in 1949 with the aim of hiring young people willing to work in New Guinea, mostly in technical and reconstruction jobs, with the right to settle in New Guinea after their contract had been terminated. About 1000 people, many of Eurasian origin, answered this call and worked in New Guinea until in 1962 Western New Guinea became part of Indonesia. EUR 40.00 [Appr.: US$ 54.84 | £UK 33 | JP¥ 5628] Book number 007443 is offered by: Antiquariaat Minerva Hoge Nieuwstraat 28A, 2514 EL Den Haag, Nederland T ...
ika 138 araw ng unisan...mabuhay po tayo mga unisanin. Unisan, originally called Kalilayan, could be considered the oldest town in the Philippines. As early as 1521, the town of Kalilayan was founded by Malayan settlers. All other towns in the country were established not earlier than 1565, when Spain formally occupied the Philippines as a colony. During the latter part of the 19th century, traditions said that the real founder of the town was a Malayan queen called of Ladya. Hence her title was "Queen of Kalilayan". It is believed that the founding occurred in the Middle Ages when immigration of the Malayans to this country was still predominant. That was before the advent of Islam in the East Indies. This proven by the fact that no traces of Mohamed’s Creed were found in that part of the Philippines when the Europeans arrived. The name Kalilayan derived from the Tagalog root word lilay, referring to a kind of palm similar to buri with the smaller leaves in the size of anahaw leaves th ...
The Byzantines were able to regain control of the country after a brief Persian invasion early in the 7th century, until 639–42, when Egypt was invaded and conquered by the Islamic Empire by the Muslim Arabs. When they defeated the Byzantine Armies in Egypt, the Arabs brought Sunni Islam to the country. Early in this period, Egyptians began to blend their new faith with indigenous beliefs and practices, leading to various Sufi orders that have flourished to this day. These earlier rites had survived the period of Coptic Christianity. Muslim rulers nominated by the Islamic Caliphate remained in control of Egypt for the next six centuries, with Cairo as the seat of the Caliphate under the Fatimids. With the end of the Kurdish Ayyubid dynasty, the Mamluks, a Turco-Circassian military caste, took control about AD 1250. By the late 13th century, Egypt linked the Red Sea, India, Malaya, and East Indies. They continued to govern the country until the conquest of Egypt by the Ottoman Turks in 1517, a ...
Philippines- A Tamil Hindu Colony? The Pre-Spanish history of Philippines was shrouded in mystery. Now the mist around the Philippines is clearing thanks to recent discoveries. The Spaniards, wherever they went, destroyed the local culture, plundered their gold and massacred the people. They spared those people who converted to Christianity. The Philippines is a country of 7000 islands. Nobody asked or wondered what those places were called before they named it “ Philippines” just 400 years ago. They had their own names, their own culture, but they were ignored as primitive and uncivilized. Fortunately one inscription and one golden statue escaped the wrath of the religious fanatics. One important Tamil inscription of Rajendra Chola was not properly explained. Half of the place names mentioned in the inscription is not properly identified. The East Indies were known to Kalidasa of 1st century BC. Parasurama was linked with Aparanta. Kalidasa used to mention Indonesia and the islands beyond as Dwipant ...
Kiwi Blackcapper Brendon B Mac with record breaking at-bat of 302 rbis as East Indies leave Middle Earth winless
On February 17th in American history: 1765 — The House of Commons passed the Stamp Act. The Stamp Act became one of the primary points of contention between the American colonists and Parliament in the years leading up to the Revolutionary War. The Act placed a small tax on 54 separate items, all things made of paper, such as contracts, wills, playing cards, newspapers, almanacs, etc. The Act was part of Prime Minister George Grenville's plan to reduce the massive debt incurred by the British treasury during the French and Indian War. All the money raised by the Act was to be used within the colonies to pay for the expenses of British soldiers stationed there after the end of the war. The colonists did not object to paying taxes. They did, however, have a strong opinion about who could tax them. English law provided that people could only be taxes by their elected representatives. Since the colonies had no representatives in Parliament, Parliament could not legally tax them. Instead, they believed the p ...
The FIRST RECORDED Chinese man to visit Britain was a Qing Dynasty government bureaucrat turned world traveller by the name of Michael Alphonsius Shen Fu-Tsung. Fu-Tsung's first brush with Europe came while in the Portuguese colony of Macao, where he met the Procurator of the Chinese Jesuit Missions in Rome, Philippe Couplet, and was converted to Catholicism. Their shared travels took him to the Spanish Netherlands, now known as Belgium; to Rome, where Couplet was tasked with obtaining a papal dispensation for the Mass to be translated into Chinese; to France, where Fu-Tsung taught King Louis XIV to use chopsticks, and which triggered a reverse "visit" of French Jesuit mathematicians to the Chinese court in Nanjing; and finally, England. In 1686, Fu-Tsung met with King James II, who was so enamored of the visit that he commissioned a portrait of Fu-Tsung by Sir Godfry Kneller, to be hung (weirdly) in his bedchamber. Fu-Tsung went on to catalogue the Chinese collection at the Bodleian Library, before his . ...
The Myrtle Point Herald week after Dec. 7, 1941 WAR DECLARED ON U.S. BY JAPAN, GERMANY AND ITALY Attack On Hawaii Sunday By Japan Without Warning Myrtle Point Herald Dec. 11, 1942 This week will go down in the records as one of the important ones in history. The Second World War became a completely accomplished fact with the declaration of war on the United States by Japan, Germany and Italy, and the acceptance by the United States of that challenge by acknowledging a state of war with these three Axis powers. Great Britain, Canada, Australia, The Netherlands, East Indies, The Philippines, and many other smaller counties took sides and cast their lot with the democracies of war or extension of aid to the democratic side. This most terrible of all the wars of history came to the United States Sunday when droves of Japanese bombers appeared over the ridges and dove in from the sea to bomb and machine gun our fleet in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, and the adjacent Army and Navy bases/ The *** had struck preceding b ...
was introduced to the West Indies by colonists and to India by British East India Company mariners in the first half of the century
by Tim OCallaghan, Chicago, Illinois, USA Even though the East Indies had been dominated by the Dutch, for its access to spices, since 1602. It wasnt until 1796 when the VOC filed for bankruptcy that the Dutch administration took over and the Dutch East Indies bacame a colony of [...]
Christopher Columbus, an Italian Jew, named the American natives as Indios. ez/car/39 "Never admitting that he had reached a continent previously unknown to Europeans, rather than the East Indies he had set out for, Columbus called the inhabitants of the lands he visited indios (Spanish for "Indians")," says Wikipedia. While boarding his ship, he was perhaps unaware that he would be driven by two other cycles: the north equatorial ocean current beneath and the north easterly trade winds above of the Atlantic, both of which were powerful engines moving clockwise from Spain to America. And his sail ship was using those engines. There was no way he could reach Japan except go around South America or through a yet non-existent Panama Canal - because in those days America "did not exist", at least in Western minds. The off-spin of the discovery was that it would make way to fulfill the end of a long cherished cycle of 7 times (2520 years) for the nations of Jacob to reign in the times of the Gentiles. If the c ...
PIRATICAL ATTACKS It is assumed that because of the coastal setting and location of the town of San Remigio, she carried with her a past event that was phenomenal before... and that, people could never forget-- piratical raids and attacks taking people into captivity and slavery or commodity. In the work of Domingo M. Non, he described that the scales and intensity of slave raids increased during the Spanish period, when the rewards of the slave market became more enticing with the demands for slaves in the Dutch East Indies (after all, slavery was about business and economy). It should also be noted that the earlier scattered settlements of the natives were grouped by the Spaniards into a “presidio” near the Church for easy administration. This made the entire community an easy target for slavery by the capturing raiders. Further, the relatively weak resistance shown by the inhabitants was DUE to the SPANISH POLICY of PROHIBITING THEM from CARRYING ANY FORMS OF ARMS which they might have used for sel ...
British troops began to turn against the Dutch in East Indies after WWII. (Communists in their ranks?) Wake up.
Ambergris can be found in the Atlantic Ocean and on the coasts of South Africa, Brazil, Madagascar, the East Indies, The Maldives, China, Japan, India, Australia, New Zealand, and the Molucca Islands. In rarer cases, it can be found in other locations. Most commercially collected ambergris comes from the Bahamas in the Caribbean, particularly New Providence. Fossilized ambergris from 1.75 million years ago has also been found. .who is responsible for that?
Learn more about Mandela's time on Robben Island! People lived on Robben Island many thousands of years ago, when the sea channel between the Island and the Cape mainland was not covered with water. Since the Dutch settled at the Cape in the mid-1600s, Robben Island has been used primarily as a prison. Indigenous African leaders, Muslim leaders from the East Indies, Dutch and British soldiers and civilians, women, and anti-apartheid activists, were all imprisoned on the Island. Nobel Laureate and former President of South Africa Nelson Mandela was imprisoned on Robben Island for 18 of the 27 years he served behind bars before the fall of apartheid. Robben Island has not only been used as a prison. It was a training and defence station in World War II (1939-1945) and a hospital for people with leprosy, and the mentally and chronically ill (1846-1931). Since 1997 it has been a museum and a heritage site. The Robben Island Tour includes: •A return boat trip across Table Bay •A visit to the infamous Maxim ...
15 FEB Today in Military History 4 BC BC - Marc Antony thrice offers a crown to Caesar, who refuses it 1645 Parliament creates "The New Model Army," insuring the defeat of Charles I, and the dictatorship of Oliver Cromwell 1760 The 90-gun ship-of-the-line HMS 'Ramillies' is wrecked at Bolt Head near Plymouth; only 21 of c. 850 aboard survive 1856 USS 'Supply' loads 21 camels at Smyrna, Turkey, for the US Army 1869 Charges of Treason against Jefferson Davis are dropped 1896 Battle of Alequa: Italians defeat the Abyssinians 1898 Havana Harbor: Second class battleship USS 'Maine' blows up from undetermined causes, 258 die. 1915 "Sepoy Mutiny" at Singapore: c. 800 Indian troops run amok until subdued by loyal troops and police 1919 American Legion is formed in Paris 1933 Pres-elect FDR survives assassination attempt; Chicago Mayor Cermak m/w. dies Mar 6 1936 Hitler orders production of the Volkswagen 1942 Dutch destroyer 'Van Ghent' runs aground in Banka Strait and is abandoned. 1942 German U-Boat shells Anti ...
Memorial to men of 16th (Queen's) Lancers who died in the East Indies between 1865-76. Bangalore Cemetery, India-2014
what do you expect of a man who styles himself on Max Bird, the Tinton villain
I was born in the Dutch East Indies, she was born in the Phillipines...
What was the former Dutch East Indies like before the VOC? Here is part 2 of Kathryn Pentecost 12-part series on... h…
Chapter 7 – Skull and Bones: The Racist Nightmare at Yale George Bush - Unauthorized Biography “Wise statesmen … established these great self-evident truths, that when in the distant future some man, some faction, some interest, should set up the doctrine that none but rich men, or none but white men, were entitled to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, their posterity should look up again at the Declaration of Independence and take courage to renew the battle which their fathers began….”Abraham Lincoln – Honeymoon The U.S. Navy delivered George Bush back home for good on Christmas Eve, 1944; the war in the Pacific raged on over the next half year, with Allied forces taking Southeast Asia, the Netherlands East Indies (Indonesia), and islands such as Iwo Jima and Okinawa. Barbara Pierce quit Smith College in her sophomore year to marry George. Prescott and Mother Bush gave a splendid prenuptial dinner at the Greenwich Field Club. The wedding took place January 6, 1945, in the Rye, New Y ...
East indies, Now indonesia.So near australia too. LOL
Princes Wen Cheng married Tibetan King Songtsan Gampo. Princess Wen zheng left her homeland China to be married to the thirty-seven-yearold Songtsan Gampo. She left China in 640, according to records she arrived toTibet a year later and she took tea with her. She was a political “bride”; maybe tea gave her wisdom and calm. Catherine of Braganza marriedKing Charles II of England Catherineof Braganza grew up drinking tea, in Portugal. Portugal was one of the first European countries to import tea into Europe. King Charles II of England married Catherine, Infanta of Portugal, by proxy in Lisbon, on 23rd April 1662. The marriage treaty between the royal families included a dowry of sugar, plate and jewels to the value of 400,000crowns, bills of exchange to double that amount, the rights to free trade withBrazil and the East Indies, and the cessions of Bombay and Tangiers. She brought with her to England a casket with tea; she only brewed the precious tea to entertain her friends at cou ...
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Written by The Editors of Encyclopædia Britannica East India Company, also called English East India Company, formally (1600–1708) Governor and Company of Merchants of London Trading into the East Indies, or (1708–1873) United Company of Merchants of England Trading to the East Indies, English company formed for the exploitation of trade with East and Southeast Asia and India, incorporated by Royal Charter on December 31, 1600. Starting as a monopolistic trading body, the company became involved in politics and acted as an agent of British imperialism in India from the early 18th century to the mid-19th century. In addition, the activities of the company in China in the 19th century served as a catalyst for the expansion of British influence there. The company was formed to share in the East Indian spice trade. This trade had been a monopoly of Spain and Portugal until the defeat of the Spanish Armada (1588) by England gave the English the chance to break the monopoly. Until 1612 the company conduct ...
Ruston and van Heemstra married in the Dutch-Colonial Batavia, Dutch East Indies in September 1926. They moved back to Europe, to Ixelles in Belgium, where Audrey Hepburn was born in 1929. In January 1932 the family moved on to Linkebeek, a nearby Brussels municipality. Although born in Belgium, Hepburn held British citizenship through her father. Because of her mother's family in the Netherlands and her father's British background and job with a British company, the family often travelled between the three countries. With her multinational background, she went on to speak fluent English, Dutch, French, Spanish and Italian. Hepburn participated in ballet by the age of 5. Childhood and adolescence during World War II Hepburn's parents were members of the British Union of Fascists in the mid-1930s, with her father becoming a true Nazi sympathiser. After her mother discovered him in bed with the nanny of her children, Hepburn's father left the family abruptly. In the 1960s, Hepburn would finally locate him a ...
THE MARIJUANA AND HASHISH ERA-PART 1 The discovery of the passage to the East Indies by way of the Cape of Good Hope was one of the great events of Western European history. Besides bringing great wealth, the explorations that followed the trade routes, the conquests, and the early settlements in the East helped to free Western Europeans from the shackles of medieval parochialism. Once their imaginations had been whetted, Europeans craved to know more and more about the people who lived in these far-off lands. What the people of India looked like, what they ate, how they dressed, acted, thought, etc., fascinated erstwhile provincially minded Europeans. Even the momentous landing on the moon pales before the excitement generated by the landings of the first explorers in the East Indies. In the marketplace of ideas, the demand for news far outstripped supply and created an insatiable outlet for travelogues, or itineraries as they were often called. To supply this demand, anyone and everyone who visited thes ...
Book Review East Indies from Ian BurnetSunday, 9th February 2014Ian Burnet, has spent thirty years, living, working and travelling in Indonesia,...
Sat. Feb. 7, 1941 -- Kaneohe NAS. Up at 0700 and had a waffle for breakfast at S.S. Today Chatham and "Big" Lowe are leaving for flight school. Sure wish I could go but it's a no-go. Rumor has it that VP-11 is going to Alameda for duty-the lucky outfit. VP-22 is at Batavia getting all shot up and 21 just got back from Australia. They report that duty and liberty is swell there. Wrote three letters while I sunned myself. One to Mom Spreeman, one home and one to Alice. Took a little nap and then went to the hangar. Got a plane and read and listened to the radio until 2130 and then to bed. EDITOR'S NOTES: Photos include President of the Philippines (1935-1944) Manuel Quezon, who had proposed tp President Roosevelt that his country should be granted total independence from the USA so that it could declare itself neutral. Roosevelt dismissed it. General MacArthur warned Roosevelt that the Bataan garrison had suffered over 50 percent casualties and it was "near done." MacArthur was given permission by Roosevelt ...
(from Mary Knox) My parents' friendship with 'Aunt Lisbet' is one of my earliest memories. She was a most remarkable person: intellectual, artistic, a little intimidating to strangers but a loving friend. From a well-off family in Germany, she was happily married until her husband was involved in a ballooning accident and drowned in the Baltic sea. She turned to the study of painting and did extremely well; by the time post-World-War 1 inflation in Germany destroyed her financial security, she was beginning to earn a living from the sales of her paintings. In 1923 she made the courageous decision to travel the world, supporting herself by holding exhibitions and selling paintings and prints, and giving talks about Germany and about her travels. After spending time in the Dutch East Indies, South and Central America, Africa and finally Australia, she came to New Zealand - and World War 2 broke out. As an 'enemy alien' she came under considerable suspicion. I remember my mother telling me that in one offi ...
"Tracing Your East Indian Heritage in the British West Indies" - February 15th, I am NOT missing that.
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"Captain George East has just arrived from the West Indies *in walks super buff pirate guy with wind blowing*"
We know that "Indian" is not their name. Columbus set out for the East Indies, wound up in the West Indies, and slapped an arbitrary name on a people. When you accept a name that you are not, in time you become what you are not. Richard Moore said, "Slaves and dogs are named by their masters, free men name themselves." So in this country, when we began to accept the word *** which means nothing, and accept the word colored which means even less, and accept the word Black which only tells you how you look and not who you are, we failed to understand that we had been named, and we must become namers, we must be namers of ourselves. - Dr. John Henrik Clarke via craig combs
Theodore de Bry, engraving, “Mermaid in St. John’s Harbour,” dated 1628. Source: Memorial University of Newfoundland DAI. “Now also I will not omit to relate something of a strange Creature that I first saw there in the yeere 1610, in a morning early as I was standing by the water side, in the Harbour of Saint Johns, which I espied verie swiftly to come swimming towards me, looking cheerefully, as it had beene a woman, by the Face, Eyes, Nose, Mouth, Chin, eares, Necke and Forehead: It seemed to be so beautifull, and in those parts so well proportioned, having round about upon the head, all blew strakes, resembling haire, downe to the Necke (but certainly it was haire) for I beheld it long, and another of my companie also, yet living, that was not then farre from me; and seeing the same comming so swiftly towards mee, I stepped backe, for it was come within the length of a long Pike. “Which when this strange Creature saw that I went from it, it presently thereupon dived a little under water, and ...
The Mutiny on the Bounty occurred aboard the British Royal Navy ship HMS Bounty on 28 April 1789. The mutiny was led by Fletcher Christian against the captain, Lieutenant William Bligh, who the mutineers set adrift in a small boat. They settled in Tahiti and on Pitcairn Island. Meanwhile Bligh managed to sail 3,618 nautical miles to the Dutch East Indies. Picture: Hulton Archive/Getty Images
Dr John James Colquhoun Dempster Resident Surgeon – Committee Beechworth Lunatic Asylum. Dr Dempster (sometimes Dempsie) was born in 1834 in the East Indies and died at Albury on the 8th of June 1882 at the age of 48. He was qualified as MD and LRCS in 1855 in Edinburgh. He arrived in Australia aboard the “Morning Light” on 17th September 1856 as a Surgeon Superintendent. Dempster first registered in Australia in 1856. He married Sophia Octavia Peters at Beechworth in 1862. Dr Dempster lived in Camp Street Beechworth from 1863-1872 although he had been in Beecworth since 1857. Dr Dempster was also the coroner for the Indigo district in 1859 and the Public Vaccinator in Beechworth in 1862. He practising in Beechworth when the Ovens and District Hospital opened in 1857.
psyched for East, ready for new indies while running the Polygon/nauts meetups and scavenger hunt again. Passing on East again?
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The Baweanese (Boyanese) The Baweanese or Boyanese came from the Bawean Island in the Dutch East Indies. They built the Kampung Boyan (Boyanese Village) by the banks of the Rochor River, between Jalan Besar and Syed Alwi Road since the time of Munshi Abdullah. Most of them came to Singapore in the late 19th century until the end of Second World War. The majority of them worked as horse cart drivers and later as motorcar drivers. They could not be considered poor as their lands in Bawean were fertile; they had come in search of cash earnings. They wanted to purchase jewellery made of gold and goods that they could bring back to their villages. Some also wanted to build a better life for themselves in Singapore. Most of them were young men who came and supported themselves, living in communal houses. There were several such houses built in Singapore. They were found in places like Adam Communal House in Ann Siang Hill, Teluk Dalam Communal House in Dixon Road and Dedawang Communal House in Sophie Road. Ther ...
Mexicano (Mexican) is derived from the word Mexico itself. In the principal model to create demonyms in Spanish, the suffix -ano is added to the name of the place of origin. The term Mexicano as a word to describe the different peoples of the region of Mexico as a single group emerged in the 16th century. In that time the term did not apply to a nationality nor to the geographical limits of the modern Mexican Republic. The term was used for the first time in the first document printed in Barcelona in 1566 which documented the expedition which launched from the port in Acapulco to find the best route which would favor a return journey from the Spanish East Indies to New Spain. The document stated: "el venturoso descubrimiento que los Mexicanos han hecho" (the venturous discovery that the Mexicans have made). That discovery led to the Manila galleon trade route and those "Mexicans" referred to Criollos, Mestizos and Amerindians alluding to a plurality of persons who participated for a common end: the conque ...
East Indies, a cast that eat nothing that had life. (2/2)
Christopher Columbus’ SantA Who sailed on the voyage? When Christopher Columbus proposed the expedition to the East Indies to King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella, the Crown was to provide everything the expedition needed. The three ships, the Santa María, Niña, and Piñta, were to sail from Palos, Spain. The crew would be pulled from Palos and surrounding towns: Moguer, Huelva, Lepe, Cadiz, Seville, Cordova, Jerez, and Puerto Santa Maria. The crew also included a few men who stayed aboard the Santa María; they were from the north country of Basque and Galicia. Columbus had a difficult time hiring sailors. Many of the seasoned mariners looked questionably at the Italian Admiral and the duration of his proposed trip. A few old timers vouched for the voyage, as did the Pinzón brothers, Martín Alonso Pinzón (Captain of the Niña) and Vicente Yáñez Pinzón (Captain of the Piñta), who recruited relatives, friends, and former employees. The expedition carried a few families such as the Niños, Quinteros ...
President Roosevelt (FDR) provoked the attack, knew about it in advance and covered up his failure to warn the Hawaiian commanders. FDR needed the attack to sucker Hitler to declare war, since the public and Congress were overwhelmingly against entering the war in Europe. It was his backdoor to war. FDR blinded the commanders at Pearl Harbor and set them up by - denying intelligence to Hawaii (HI) on Nov 27, misleading the commanders into thinking negotiations with Japan were continuing to prevent them from realizing the war was on having false information sent to HI about the location of the Japanese carrier fleet. BACKGROUND 1904 - The Japanese destroyed the Russian navy in a surprise attack in undeclared war. 1932 - In The Grand Joint Army Navy Exercises the attacker, Admiral Yarnell, attacked with 152 planes a half-hour before dawn 40 miles NE of Kahuku Point and caught the defenders of Pearl Harbor completely by surprise. It was a Sunday. 1938 - Admiral Ernst King led a carrier-born airstrike from th ...
Rana Pipiens Rana Pipiens posted a photo: Lux mundi, Light of the World, is one of the names given this beautiful plant by Georg Eberhard Rumphius (1627-1702). Rumphius - who was to become blind and yet persevered as a botanist - was employed by the Dutch East Indies Trading Company (VOC) on the Indonesian Maluku island of Ambon. He is famous for his naturalist descriptions, especially for his series of great plant books (kept a company secret by the VOC until 1743!). In most of the literature our pretty plant is described as a native of the West Indies, hence one of its names: The Pride of Barbados (see also my posting: But the fine new edition of Francis Ng's, Tropical Horticulture & Gardening stimulated me to delve a bit deeper. Ng mentions the debate over Caesalpinia origins, wheher in the West or in the East. To get things a bit clearer in my mind I went to Curtis's Botanical Magazine, vol 25 (1806-7) and discovered there that it had already been brought to Holland in the 1670s presumably by VOC ship ...
is viewing great Dutch maps of the East Indies and Niew Holland from the age of Discovery.
“No Unhallowed Hand Can Stop the Work” Present Spencer W. Kimball “Our missionaries are going forth to different nations, and in Germany, Palestine, New Holland, Australia, the East Indies, and other places, the Standard of Truth has been erected; no unhallowed hand can stop the work from progressing; persecutions may rage, mobs may combine, armies may assemble, calumny may defame, but the truth of God will go forth boldly, nobly, and independent, till it has penetrated every continent, visited every clime, swept every country, and sounded in every ear, till the purposes of God shall be accomplished and the Great Jehovah shall say the work is done” (History of the Church, 4:540).
INDONESIA Information Booklet 1964 New York Worlds Fair / o181192 - ozm651 - s1gsk39, haz92wyn0. Futher info: Netherlands East Indies comes of age (booklets of the netherlands information bureau) Bahasa indonesia for english-speaking students + key booklet International development and the social sciences: essays on the history and politics of knowledge Indonesia information booklet 1964 new york worlds fair The world cruise of r. i. dewarutji United nations family (booklet 1964 by the united nations office of public information Forest trees ('estates gazette.'information booklets;no.3) India dept of tourism tourist information booklet 1964 National interests in international society (cornell studies in political economy).
Thanks to John C Reilly and Will Ferrell, I will be Acing my exam on how Christopher Columbus got to the East Indies
The Apostle Islands are a result of the glaciers that once covered North America. “Geologically they are originally part of the main land at the edge of the great riff or fault which formed the depression to which the waters of Lake Superior collected.” When the glaciers melted, waves from the waters of Lake Superior caused erosion that formed the islands. The islands are composed of mostly red sandstone because of the glacial shift. It is widely assumed that Indians were the first to inhabit the island. “There is some evidence that they were seen and possibly visited sometime in the fourteenth century by Indians who were making their way to Isle Royale near the north shore of the land in search of copper.” Not long after, the islands were visited by Étienne Brûlé, a French explorer who, like many French Canadians, was trying to discover a new way to the East Indies. "Historians believe that the Jesuits named the islands the Apostle Islands according to their practice of giving holy names to ne ...
born in Maracaibo,Ven.Grew up in the Dutch East Indies,survived japanese concentration camps,graduated gymnasium Hengelo,the Netherlands,medical school at the University of Amsterdam,MD 1959..moved to the USA in 1959.Psychiatrist in Wayne,PA and Philadelphia,PA Currently retired,although still employed as a psychiatrist at a 'free' clinic'.Father of two daughters.widowed in 2013.
A review of Subjects, Lawmaking and Land Rights: Agrarian Regime and State Formation in Late Colonial Netherlands East Indies, by Upik Wira Marlin Djalins. In this dissertation, Upik Djalins examines colonial state formation in the Netherlands East Indies through several lenses. She looks at legal t...
".. they shall be my East and West Indies. " [Merry Wives, Act I, Sc. III. Shakespeare 1602]
Dont call it the West Indies, call them the east americas
Bukittinggi (Indonesian for "high hill") is the second biggest city in West Sumatra, Indonesia, with a population of over 91,000 people and an area of 25.24 km². It is in the Minangkabau Highlands, 90 km by road from the West Sumatran capital city of Padang. The whole area is directly adjacent to the city of Agam Regency. It is located at 0°18′20″S 100°22′9″E, near the volcanoes Mount Singgalang (inactive) and Mount Marapi (still active). At 930 m above sea level, the city has a cool climate with temperatures between 16.1° to 24.9°C. The city is the birthplace of some of the founders of the Republic of Indonesia, such as Mohammad Hatta and Assaat. Bukittinggi formerly known as Fort de Kock and was once dubbed as Parijs van Sumatera besides of Medan. The city has been the capital of Indonesia during the Emergency Government of the Republic of Indonesia (PDRI). Before became the capital of PDRI, the city has become the center of government, both at the time of the Dutch East Indies or the Japan ...
Edward Said and Southeast Asian Islam: Western Representations of Meccan Pilgrims (Hajjis) in the Dutch East Indies, 1800-1900
East Indies Dragonfly tea smells like the hookah bar and I kinda like it
So interested by this article on the advent of radio in the 1930s Dutch East Indies. /not
Great short on Bryce and Carl, and their shop in Mile End in East London from >>>>>
Hi ,nice to meet u , josey frm east indies !
Some of the earliest chimney equipment to emerge was canes and brushes, which could be pushed from the fireplace into the chimney above. Early canes were mad of Malacca (imported from the East Indies) and brushes were made from whale bones.
María Josefa Gabriela Cariño Silang (19 March 1731 – 20 September 1763) was the wife of the Ilocano insurgent leader, Diego Silang. Following Diego's assassination in 1763, she led the group for four months before she was captured and executed by the colonial government of the Spanish East Indies.
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Day 37 Semarang, Jakarta, Indonesia Nov. 2, 2011 "The Red City", history dates back to the ninth century. Founded by the Dutch as part if a debt payment in 1705. An important trading center due to the Dutch East Indies tobacco plantations, roadways and railroads. Occupied by the Japanese during WWII; Indonesian Independence in 1945, Semarang became the Capitol of Central Java Provence. It was so *** hot and humid, Froilan Rivera and I got to spend the day together touring through the city, enjoyed a simple lunch for the bargain price of $6.35 US (for 2), the sights were amazing! I'm in awe with every scent, taste and sight, experiences I could have never imagined. Froilan and I savor every minute we shared off ship getting to know one another with patience and admiration. I'm loving life! Dinner was another delight to top my already epic day. We shared stories our server entertained us as usual Barbara had her fun with witty humor, we laughed and parted full as usual... What more is on the horizon? I ca . ...
KNOW THE FACTS: EXPOSING THE FRAUDULENT AND ILLEGAL INDONESIAN CLAIMS OVER WEST PAPUA. Indonesian claims over the lawful integration of West Papua into the Republic of Indonesia is actually based on historical fraud and lies, is hollow and will not stand the test of a legal challenge should the matter be raised in a competent court of international law. The claims by the Indonesian Republic need to be exposed, and the world must know the true pre-colonial and colonial history of West Papua to effectively participate in a peaceful campaign to free West Papua of continued Indonesian colonial rule. The facts that the Indonesian Government cannot deny are as follows: Fact 1 – West Papua is MELANESIAN, NOT INDONESIAN OR ASIAN West Papua was never part of the Muslim or Hindu Empires that existed prior to the creation of the Dutch East Indies by the Kingdom of Holland in the 16th century. So West Papua does not have any part in the shared Indonesian pre-colonial history. The national myths that justify the exi ...
In Royal Dutch Shell East Indies, the Opium trade extended into legitimate industries like mines, oil, and shipping
So, having been on Japanese indies for the last few years, MVP can afford to buy into TNA? go East!
Whoopie ti-yi-yo keep trying Magellan, youll find the east indies you just dont know where
Did you know.. that Specie Pelargonium triste was the 1st to be bought to the UK by the Dutch East Indies Co in 1663.
Borobudur attracted attention in 1885, led the Dutch East Indies government to take steps to safeguard the monument
dans off and others quite possibly too. Something's going on behind the scenes.
Richie's vs Indies is really just a West vs East thing. I swear they both taste the same... 🐓
History of South Africa South Africa at a glance Getting around South Africa Destinations Need to know History of South Africa Between 200 000 and 100 000 years ago, modern humans began to evolve throughout Africa – including South Africa. They became the San, who later met up with south-bound Khoi pastoralists from the north and became known collectively as the KhoiSan. The KhoiSan drifted down into the Western Cape at about the same time (300AD) that early Iron Age groups crossed the Limpopo – whose descendants, about 1 000 years later, formed the African kingdom of Mapungubwe and began to trade with India, Arabia and China. Blood River Monument, KwaZulu-Natal In 1652, Jan van Riebeeck and his 90-strong party arrived from The Netherlands and set up a ship-refuelling station at Cape Town – an important stop both geographically and politically, as it was on the only early trade route from Europe and the Americas to India, the ‘Spice Islands’ of the East Indies, and the East. Over the next 200 ye ...
One of the last 'And the rest' survivors of one of my staple tv shows growing up has finally found a way off the island. Actor Russell David Johnson aka Professor Roy Hinkley has passed from kidney failure. He was 89. He could do everything but fix that *** hole in the boat! The only famous other Russell I knew growing up. The first character I thought I could play. "I think, what I love most at this point in time in the long life of Gilligan's Island is the positive, intelligent nature of long time Gilligan aficionados. It amazes me." Born in Ashley, Pennsylvania, one of seven children 'Old actors never die, they don't even fade away. They're always available.' At eight years old, his father died and Johnson was sent to Girard College, a boarding school for low-income orphans. After his graduation, he joined the Army. Rose to the officer's rank of First Lieutenant and flew as Bombadier in B-25 aircraft on a total of 44 combat missions over the Netherlands, East Indies, and the Phillipines. World War II . ...
The Chinese did not collapse entirely, unlike the European forces in Burma, Malaya and the East Indies.
The Dutch East Indies (Indonesia)side which appeared at the 1936 finals was captained by a Doctor Achmad ,who wore glass…
When Europeans first met other cultures, common assumption was that these must be literally soul-less savages, of which there is only something to take, but certainly nothing to learn. Partly instigated by the ideas of hierarchy-based religion, partly by the incessant and exhaustive internal competition between European nations, this assumption dictated colonial attitudes for around 500 years. Today, five centuries after Polo and Columbus, with the ideas of hierarchy-based religion gradually fading to the background, and with the incessantly competitive character of the European way of life proving exhaustive and detrimental to ever more individuals, It seems we are finally approaching the point where we are REALLY about to discover the route to the East Indies; the REAL winds that will sail us to the New World.
Jan 11| 1867 Benito Juarez returned to the Mexican presidency, following the withdrawal of French troops and the execution of Emperor Maximilian. 1942 Japan declared war against the Netherlands. The same day, Japanese forces invaded the Dutch East Indies. 2001 The Army acknowledged that U.S. soldiers killed an "unknown number" of South Korean refugees early in the Korean War at No Gun Ri.
do you have any more details on this? My Dutch father was in East Indies concentration camp during WWII.
1942 MT Dutch setting fire to 300 East Indies oil wells to deny them to Japanese; in retaliation invaders murdering prisoners.
Dutch setting fire to 300 oil wells in East Indies, to deny them to Japanese invaders; in retaliation, Japanese murdering Dutch prisoners.
Not seen this Black East Indies Duck for quite a while, hope he's OK best mate a white Mallard also left???
12 Jan 44, East Indies:. 5AF Bombers attack a freighter off Tanimbar Is. in the Molucca Is.
Ancient explorers set out for India & landed to West Indies. African Governments set out for West countries & are now dining at Far-East.
Ima go with Asian.. East Indies but she was fine as ***
Rockin' n Rollin' with the Dutch East Indies! 2 days. 2 sets. And a whole lot of sweat. \m/
2day 1942: Japan declares war against the Netherlands; also invades the Dutch East Indies (now part of Indonesia).
The Dutch East Indies (or Netherlands East Indies; Dutch: Nederlands-Oost-Indië; Indonesian: Hindia-Belanda) was a Dutch colony that became modern Indonesia following World War II. It was formed from the nationalised colonies of the Dutch East India Company, which came under the administration of th...
Events during World War II on 11 january 1939: No events occured 1940: No events occured 1941: 1. In London, 57 people are killed and 69 injured when a German bomb lands outside the Bank of England, demolishing the Underground station below and leaving a 120-foot crater 1942: 1. Japanese troops capture Kuala Lumpur, Malaya. 2. Japan invades the Netherlands East Indies. 1943: No events occured 1944: 1. The first battle of Monte Cassino. The Americans are driven off. 1945: 1. The first convoy moves on the Ledo (or "Stilwell") road in northern Burma, linking India and China.
Today's Highlight in History: On this date: January 11 In 1759, the first American life insurance corporation, for "poor and distressed" Presbyterian ministers and their widows and children, was chartered in Philadelphia. In 1805, the Michigan Territory was created by an act of Congress. In 1861, Alabama became the fourth state to withdraw from the Union. In 1908, President Theodore Roosevelt proclaimed the Grand Canyon National Monument (it became a national park in 1919). In 1913, the first enclosed sedan-type automobile, a Hudson, went on display at the 13th National Automobile Show in New York. In 1927, the creation of the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences was proposed during a dinner of Hollywood luminaries at the Ambassador Hotel in Los Angeles. In 1935, aviator Amelia Earhart began an 18-hour trip from Honolulu to Oakland, Calif., that made her the first person to fly solo across any part of the Pacific Ocean. In 1939, British Prime Minister Neville Chamberlain and Lord Halifax, the Briti ...
This Day in U.S. Military History January 11th 1775 – Francis Salvador, the first Jew to be elected in the Americas, takes his seat on the South Carolina Provincial Congress. In June 1776, Salvador, a Patriot, became known as the “Southern Paul Revere” when he warned Charleston, South Carolina, of the approaching British naval fleet. Thanks to Salvador’s intelligence information, Fort Sullivan in Charleston harbor was able to prepare for the British attack, and the half-completed fort successfully repelled an attack by a British fleet under Sir Peter Parker. On August 1 of the same year, while leading a militia group under the general command of Major Wilkinson, Salvador and his men were ambushed by a group of Cherokees and Loyalists near present-day Seneca, South Carolina. Salvador was wounded and then scalped by the Cherokees. He was the first recorded Jewish soldier killed in the American War for Independence. 1861 – Alabama secedes from the Union. Alabama becomes the fourth state to secede . ...
More than 800 dead laws, some of which date back to the 14th century, should be swept away in a bid to clear up the statute book, a report said today. The oldest, from around 1322, regulated how animals should be taken to pay the king's debts, including details on how they should be fed, cared for and sold, and what livestock should be exempt. It is part of one of 50 Acts which should be partly repealed along with a total of 817 whole Acts, the joint report by the Law Commission for England and Wales and the Scottish Law Commission said. The move is the largest repeals Bill the two commissions have ever produced and is expected to be introduced into Parliament this summer. Sir James Munby, chairman of the Law Commission for England and Wales, said: "Getting rid of statutory dead wood helps to simplify and modernise our law, making it more intelligible. "It saves time and costs for lawyers and others who need to know what the law actually is, and makes it easier for citizens to access justice." He added: " ...
October 12, 1492 – Christopher Columbus' expedition makes landfall in the Caribbean and lands on Guanahani, but he believes he has reached the East Indies.
Historical Events of 3rd January: 36 - St Anterus ends his reign as Catholic Pope 269 - St Felix I begins his reign as Catholic Pope 936 - Duke Alberik II of Spoleto appoints his son Pope Leo VII 1338 - Jacob of Arteveld elected mayor of Ghent 1407 - Bloody battles between Hoeksen & Kabeljauwen in Dordrecht ￼1431 - Joan of Arc handed over to the bishop 1496 - Leonardo da Vinci unsuccessfully tests a flying machine. 1521 - Martin Luther excommunicated by Pope Leo X from the Roman Catholic Church 1638 - Dutch Premier Van Joost speaks of "Hostage rights of Aemstel" 1638 - Schouwburg Theater, the 1st in Amsterdam, opens 1667 - Resistance of Androsovo in Russia-Poland 1746 - Bonnie Prince Charlies army leaves Glasgow, [NS=1/14] 1749 - Benning Wentworth issues the first of the New Hampshire Grants, leading to the establishment of Vermont. 1750 - Tax revolt in Haarlem Neth 1752 - East Indies invasion "Geldermalsen" leaves at Malakka: 92 killed 1777 - Washington defeats British at Battle of Princeton, NJ 1780 - ...
Two companies, numbering 849 paratroopers, from the 1st Yokosuka SNLF, carried out Japan's first ever combat air drop, during the Battle of Menado, in the Netherlands East Indies, on January 11, 1942. Four hours before the airborne landings, the 1st Sasebo SNLF had come ashore by sea nearby. Commander Toyoaki Horiuchi: led the 1st Yokosuka SNLF (519 men in two waves) in the Menado operation. The Imperial Japanese Navy fielded naval paratroopers during World War II. The troops were officially part of the Special Naval Landing Forces (SNLF or Rikusentai). They came from the 1st, 2nd and 3rd Yokosuka SNLFs. The 2nd Yokosuka took no part in any airborne operations and became an island defensive base unit. They were under the operational control of the Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service (IJNAS or Dai-Nippon Teikoku Kaigun Koku Hombu). Rikusentai paratroopers should not be confused with the Imperial Japanese Army paratroopers, known as Teishin.
Java (Indonesian: Jawa) (Javanese: ꦗꦮ) is an island of Indonesia. With a population of 135 million (excluding the 3.6 million on the island of Madura which is administered as part of the provinces of Java), Java is the world's most populous island, and one of the most densely populated places in the world. Java is the home of 60 percent of the Indonesian population. The Indonesian capital city, Jakarta, is located on western Java. Much of Indonesian history took place on Java. It was the center of powerful Hindu-Buddhist empires, the Islamic sultanates, and the core of the colonial Dutch East Indies. Java was also the center of the Indonesian struggle for independence during the 1930s and 40s. Java dominates Indonesia politically, economically and culturally. Formed mostly as the result of volcanic eruptions, Java is the 13th largest island in the world and the fifth largest island in Indonesia. A chain of volcanic mountains forms an east-west spine along the island. It has three main languages, thoug ...
Prof. Dr. Haji Abdul Malik Karim Amrullah or better known by the nickname Hamka, which stands for his name, born in Batang River, Tanjung Raya, Agam Regency, West Sumatra, Dutch East Indies on February 17, 1908 and died in Jakarta, Indonesia on July 24, 1981 at the age of 73 years) is a renowned Indonesian ulama, as well as a novelist, philosopher and political activist.
"Bruh"= A curly tailed Macaque (monkey) of the East Indies. So does that mean these kids are calling each other monkeys???
I think I'm just going to become a foodie. It's going to be great work, Systema, and eating exotic foods from around the world. I'll eat things like cronuts, beaver jerky, and buffalo tacos with goat yogurt and banana yucca. This will mean that I can't go to hooters after Systema but its fine I will find a new place, one with the best chicken wings from the Belgian Congo, seasoned with the finest spices of the East Indies and topped with a magnificent sauce created by the top chefs on the island of Trinidad. I will hold my head up high looking down on the pedestrians and their pedestrian food. I will go to soirees with Dom Perignon none of that pedestrian Dom DeLuise special that they drink. I will eat cereal made with whole grains from Austria, sugar from the finest sugarcane of St. Lucia island and top with a doce de leche drizzle from Uruguay. Only the finest for me cooked by the best chefs. No more pedestrian food for me. So please people do not waste my time trying to offer me such pedestrian cui ...
Short video documentary on Camp Lunetten in Vught the Netherlands, that was not only used as a concentration camp during World War 2 but also as a camp to house former Moluccan soldiers, that were part of the KNIL, the Dutch East Indies Army. Two children that grew up in Camp Lunetten talk about their Island in the Sun Ambon. By courtesy of Rob Moonen, producer. Resource:
Compared to other Indo’s we are quite lucky. We have been able to trace our family tree back quite far, in part because one of our ancestors was a Godert van der Capellen, who ruled the Dutch East Indies from 1819 to 1825. Van der Capellen is also a descendant of Charlemagne, you can find this part…
Hello there, thank you for adding me to the group. My name is Mitzi, from Sydney Australia. My mother is Indonesian and my father is Dutch, but he passed away when I was very young so unfortunately I don't know much about the Dutch side. My Grandfather was Joseph Theodore Koks who lived in Indonesia around the 1930s (?). He wrote a few books, but was best known for his book 'De Indo.' His wife's name was Irma and my father was Theodore (Ted) Marius Koks. My ancestry has been traced back to Jeramius Van Reimsdijk, Governer General of the Dutch East Indies (1775-1777). If anyone thinks they might be related to me, feel free to say hello! I'm sure there will be quite a few, as apparently Van Reimsdijk had 5 wives!
The story of the ABDA Fleet Whilst the soldiers were fighting on the ground, the sailors and airmen were busy too. The military success of Japan in December 1941 and early 1942 shocked the Allies. the bombing of Singapore, the attack on Pearl Harbour, the invasion of Malaya and the Phillipines, the take-over of Hong Kong and the sinking of HMS Repulse and Prince of Wales, the capture of the American base at Wake Island, the closure of the Burma Road through to China... the losses kept mounting up. The Japanese Army and Navy were supported by long-range aircraft which were fast and manouverable. Their ships were armed with the most lethal torpedoes in the world, the 'long lance' which was more accurate and twice as fast as the American equivalent. The Japanese fighter plane, the 'Zero' was fast with good range and a dog-fighter to match the Allies fabled 'Spitfire'. However the war-mongering Japanese also had some serious strategic deficiencies to overcome... they had to import nearly all their raw mat ...
A background of the amphibious tank PZInż.130 lays in designs of well-known British designers, John Carden(W) and Vivian Loyd. Working for Vickers-Armstrongs, they designed numerous successful light tanks, which were exported to many countries and influenced many other designs in the world. From 1928 they had been developing a line of the Light Tanks for the British Army, and similar light tanks for export (Vickers Carden-Loyd 4 ton - more on 4TP page). In 1929 they designed Vickers Carden-Loyd Amphibian Tank. It retained features of 4-ton light tanks, like a paired bogey-type suspension with two wheels per bogey, sprung on leaf springs, an engine placed in the right part of the hull, two men crew and a rotating MG-armed turret. The new design introduced a watertight hull of a pontoon shape, and mudguards serving as floats. In water it was driven by a propeller and steered with a ring rudder. It was the first successful amphibious tank design in the world, and the first one produced in series. The Britis ...
The Consolidated B-24 Liberator was an American heavy bomber, designed by Consolidated Aircraft of San Diego, California. It was known within the company as the Model 32, and a small number of early models were sold under the name LB-30, for Land Bomber. The B-24 was used in World War II by several Allied air forces and navies, and by every branch of the American armed forces during the war, attaining a distinguished war record with its operations in the Western European, Pacific, Mediterranean, and China-Burma-India Theaters. Often compared with the better-known Boeing B-17 Flying Fortress, the B-24 was a more modern design with a higher top speed, greater range, and a heavier bomb load; it was also more difficult to fly, with heavy control forces and poor formation flying characteristics. Popular opinion among aircrews and general staffs tended to favour the B-17's rugged qualities above all other considerations in the European Theatre. The placement of the B-24's fuel tanks throughout the upper fuselag ...
T - 26 Days. Island of Cebu. Between the 13th and 16th century Cebu then known as Zubu (or Sugbo) was an island inhabited by Hindus, animists and Muslims ruled by Rajahs and Datus. It was a kingdom of the defunct Rajahnate of Cebu. The Rajahnate of Cebu was a native kingdom which used to exist in Cebu prior to the arrival of the Spaniards. It was founded by Sri 'Lumay' otherwise known as 'Rajamuda Lumaya', a native prince of the Chola dynasty which had invaded Sumatra in Indonesia. He was sent by the Maharajah to establish a base for expeditionary forces to subdue the local kingdoms, but he rebelled and established his own independent Rajahnate instead. Nao Victoria, Magellan's ship Replica The arrival of Portuguese explorer Ferdinand Magellan in 1521 established a period of Spanish exploration and colonization. Losing favor for his plan of reaching the Spice Islands from king Manuel I of Portugal, by sailing west from Europe, Magellan offered his services to king Charles I of Spain. O ...
currently reading a book entitled The Invention of Racism In Classical Antiquity (meaning: racism in western antiquity). Though unmentioned so far and absent from the index is Giambattista Vico's name or of his related major work "New Science" (Pub. first 1725). What Issac (the author) is describing places his" proto-racism" as effectively the same as Vico's "conceits of nations." Both tend to be strong in the establishing a specific "nation' (in the modern and ancient sense) and in sustaining an "eternalization" of that specific societal order and social stability. The US really needs to come to terms with its actual history. In a very strong sense the independence of the English colonies had two different definitions of "independence." Due to the Sommerset Decison in 1772 in England, those that benefited from slavery both in the north and in the south wanted independence because it was n their interests to perpetuate slavery. In the US early rise to imperialism technically begins with the "Spanish-Amer ...
Sometimes, when I think back of years that had gone by, my memoirs relates very much to greater individuals who could never be known to our environment, they were simple minded, practical and always easy going people. They lived in a time, when I just started to grew up. I don't like to hang on to names of my family, uncles mostly, who taught my brothers their serak art or neither do I even wish to write conceptionally about them. There is already so much fighting going on - (was always trembled upon) under those human conditions for not knowing anything, and need my space and time for only people who really had inspired me. My father in law, Carl August Samuel Deerns, who taught me humility first, and techniques later. A total opposite from any of my uncles or many others of the older generations of Dutch Indonesians, who only knew about fighting. Of most with a few excamples here and there. Carl taugth me history, philosophy, and I was actually forced to read history with him, in his garage, before he . ...
What's going on? Deconstructing Bananas Foster: From the East Indies to the Amazon to Uptown
A BRIEF HISTORY ABOUT YOUR COUNTRY South Africa was settled by the Dutch in 1652 as a stopping point for ships on their way to the East Indies. Fruit and vegetables were grown here to battle the problem of scurvy aboard passing ships. The Dutch first settled the area that was to become Cape Town and with time expanded across the entire tip of southern Africa. After the Napoleonic wars in 1815, South Africa changed hands and became a British colony. Many of the Dutch went north to get away from the English. Here they encountered tribes that, over time, had moved south from central Africa. There ensued a period of war between the Dutch Boers and the Zulus, a powerful tribe led by Shaka. The Boers eventually won and created an Afrikaner state in the north. In 1899 there were the Boer Wars as a result of the English trying to annex this Afrikaner state. In 1910 South Africa became a union, a coalition between the English and Afrikaner states. In 1960 South Africa gained independence from British rule and beca ...
Tielman brothers is the first ditch east indies band.they were one of the legends rock and rock in…
Mostly in "East Indies" and "West Indies", I guess, which shows that the JRPG/WRPG shift happened back then.
Audrey Hepburn's family history is like a summary of Dutch history. Dutch-East indies, Suriname, WW2. Crazy.
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On an island in the East Indies, in a lost city buried deep in the heart of the rainforest, agents of the most...
A new App for our Apps for Nature Lovers Bd. Reef Fishes of the East Indies by Over 2800 species!
NewsFromLAUNCH. A mobile app guide to the east indies reef fish
Here's something I made quickly. Expect someone can make something better though
like... History of the colonies in Southeast Asia like Vietnam, Dutch East Indies (indon) and Malaya
So much to study for Dutch East Indies. Tmr whole day study that
Lie Kim Hok - A peranakan Chinese teacher, writer, and social worker active in the Dutch East Indies: Lie Kim...
Kangaroo and dingo saved for the nation! Read about these species first seen on Cook's voyage:
West Indies meets India in the East today. WI vs Ind first test at
it is more likely they moved Carberry despite Warne 's advice.
Geo blocked as BBC don't have international rights when overseas.listen via a VPN. Google is your friend ;)
can we listen on tune in, as BBC is not working in Indonesia?
moving Root to 6 makes a lot of sense, despite Warne suggesting it. Sir G agrees, no?
'I have a fine ship, uncle,'he said. 'I'm going out to the East Indies-India, Malaya, the Philippines...why don't you come with me?
The architecture of the Eye Film Museum in is well worth a look if you're in the city. Interesting East Indies exhibition too.
Fatahillah Museum has been housed inside an old town hall from the Dutch East Indies days.
Japan has issued Top-Secret Order No. 1: in 34 days time, Imperial Fleet will bomb Pearl Harbor, Malaya, East Indies & th…
Rdg Taylor on everyday technologies in Dutch East Indies...keep getting pulled into fab digital collection @ KITLV
wasn't trying to spell bro. Bruh - Any of the pigtailed macaques of the East Indies. ✋
definition of arrack: any of various spirituous liquors distilled in the East Indies and o...
East Indies. By the ruffians had been filled with epilepsis- Blab at a single leg, to draw.
Fifa may as well seed the Dutch East Indies. They qualified back in 1938. Surely that's worth 75 years worth of ranking points!
Do you use any fish-related apps? Conservation International has released "Reef Fishes Of The East Indies” an...
Wishing a very happy birthday to the one and only from the East Indies!! Hope it's a good one :)
East Indies by Ian Burnet is now in stock! Read this fascinating history of the island's 200 years of struggle now.
Distinguished military man linked to house..with long list of medals&awards & who during WWII became Commander-in-Chief,East Indies Station!
Chris thought he'd arrived in East Indies (modern Indonesia); actual port of call was Hispaniola
Happy "Get lost sailing to the East Indies" Day!
When Columbus said he had landed in India, he was referring to the Dutch East Indies, not India itself
'Whoa, Columbus, that is NOT the east indies, okay. Explore elsewhere.' - Columbus' sexcapades
"No, I'm NOT asking for directions. The East Indies are somewhere around here. I'm sure of it."
In fact, when Columbus got here (he landed in the Caribbean Islands if you wanna split hairs), he knew early on he wasn't in the East Indies
He was also Italian, not Spanish. He was just funded by Spain to find a faster way to the East Indies.
I am ashamed that I posted that Columbus was searching for India when, in fact, he was searching for an East Indies trade route.
Today, Christopher Columbus's set sail and his *** thought he was in the East Indies while actually being in the Caribbean.
Happy Columbus Day for Christopher when he realizes discovery of neither East-Indies nor West-Indies in Asia, but the new continent America.
Columbus Day. Celebrating the "achievements" of a moron who got lost trying to locate the East Indies.
It's In Oct. 1492, he believed he'd reached the East Indies & Indian Ocean. In 1506, he died in poverty
Marine Research Application Puts the Reef Fish of the East Indies At Your Fingertips - Conservation International
And Columbus didn't even meet the Aztecs. Imagine that? He thought, even upon his death bed, that he'd found the East Indies.
He was also an *** who thought he had landed in the East Indies
I was taught Columbus landed 1st time in present-day Bahamas but thought it was the EAST Indies since he was headed for Japan.
The Caribean is the West Indies. Columbus thought he was in the East Indies.
In honor of Columbus Day I'm sailing to Canada, claim it's the East Indies, and planting a flag giving it to Spain. Or having some BBQ wings
he was Italian, sailed for Spain, was hoping to reach the East Indies, was a terrible navigator, found America. Get at me.
*** can't even canoe talking about how stupid Columbus was for thinking he found the East Indies.
Happy "Get lost trying to find the East Indies & inadvertently decimate the native population through enslavement & smallpo…
Christopher Columbus (Italian: Cristoforo Colombo; Spanish: Cristóbal Colón; Portuguese: Cristóvão Colombo; born between Aug. 26 and Oct. 31?, 1451 – 20 May 1506) was an Italian explorer, navigator, and colonizer, born in the Republic of Genoa, in what is today northwestern Italy. Under the auspices of the Catholic Monarchs of Spain, he completed four voyages across the Atlantic Ocean that led to general European awareness of the American continents. Those voyages, and his efforts to establish permanent settlements on the island of Hispaniola, initiated the Spanish colonization of the New World. In the context of emerging western imperialism and economic competition between European kingdoms seeking wealth through the establishment of trade routes and colonies, Columbus's speculative proposal, to reach the East Indies by sailing westward, eventually received the support of the Spanish crown, which saw in it a promise, however remote, of gaining the upper hand over rival powers in the con ...
Cool! inventoried 18th c. shipping & commodities to and from Batavia in the Dutch East Indies.
The Voyage of John Huyghen van Linschoten to the East Indies: The first book…
Hugo Curran was a member of the Cheng *** Expedition (1930s) that explored the mountains of the East indies...
Happy Dewi Sartika day !! pioneer for the education for. women in Indonesia . She. founded the first school for. women in Dutch East Indies!
11 Sept 43, East Indies:. 380BG B-24s attack Makassar in the Celebes.
Keystone Stereoview of Market, JAVA, Dutch East Indies from the 1920âs 400 Set $3.99
Are you enjoying these crisp mornings with a hot cup of East Indies coffee?
Page 492 of Dissentient Judgment of Justice Pal: Justice Pal writes, "In the East Indies, Japan had built (cont)
OMG throughout my notes, I've been writing Dutch Indo-china instead of Dutch East Indies. How can I commit such sins -.-
In 1722, Charles founded the Ostend Company to augment Austria's trade with the East Indies, West Indies and Africa
And in return we got Suriname and a small Island in the East Indies... Bad swap, I say.
The Netherlands was liberated on May 5th, 1945 but there was no liberation in the former Dutch East Indies.
the big Pacific Fleet carriers , keeping them operational. She also ran some convoys in the East Indies
15 August , commemorate the Netherlands East Indies resistance during the Japanese occupation
look at this beautiful Dutch East Indies art! i love the concept,"Our Precious Jewels"
are you listening to the football via the BBC World Service circa 1957 in the East Indies???
Scouting was founded in dDutch East Indies in 1912, Indonesia became a member of the World Org of the Scout Movement in 1953
As the Dutch East Indies,Indonesia had been a branch of the NetherlandsScout Association.
Map - Chart of the East Indies. From the Miller Atlas 1519
BUFFALOES OVER SINGAPORE: RAF, RAAF, RNZAF and Dutch Brewster Fighters in Action Over Malaya and the East Indies 1
The Baugh Family of England Scotland East Indies and the USA is an e-book history by Brian W Taylor on Amazon kindle
As I lay me down to sleep, I ask you to please suggest the best books you know about the history of the Dutch East Indies Company
everything was okay except I totally forgot the Malay archipelago's and the East Indies,,,
yeah same, the stuff like west and East Indies, Anatolian peninsula I haven't done yet! No problem! 😊
Yo! Charged about coming back to for tonight at 8. P4P: Dutch East Indies. Be there!
London 1661 What was it like to be a merchant and get goods from East Indies?
Returning to MC tonight at 8 in Tucker. P4P: Dutch East Indies. Can't wait to see my friends again!
reading The Voyages of John Huyghen Von Linschoten to the East Indies (via ) am focused on the author's account of the Malays
On page 55 of Two Tales of the East Indies, by Beb Vuyk
Swann did a handy job using up the old ball too
could test hawkeye (no batsman), freezing action near the popping crease & comparing prediction to reality. Do they do that?
"Dutch East Indies" was a formal colony for 150 years. Indonesia went independent after WWII. The Dutch held on to their cuisine ever after.
Peter Floris, his Voyage to the East Indies in the Globe, 1611-1615
The first commercial curry powder appeared in Britain in 1780 introduced by Sorlander from the East Indies
August 3, 1492 - Christopher Columbus sailed west from Spain with the Nina, Pinta & Santa Maria hoping to reach the East Indies.
"The discovery of gold and silver in America, the extirpation, enslavement and entombment in mines of the aboriginal population, the beginning of the conquest and looting of the East Indies, the turning of Africa into a warren for the commercial hunting of black-skins, signaled the rosy dawn of the era of capitalist production. These idyllic proceedings are the chief moments of primitive accumulation. On their heels treads the commercial war of the European nations, with the globe for a theatre. It begins with the revolt of the Netherlands from Spain, assumes giant dimensions in England's Anti-Jacobin War, and is still going on in the opium wars against China, &c. The different moments of primitive accumulation distribute themselves now, more or less in chronological order, particularly over Spain, Portugal, Holland, France, and England. In England at the end of the 17th century, they arrive at a systematical combination, embracing the colonies, the national debt, the modern mode of taxation, and the prot ...
The Silk Road and spice trade routes were blocked by the Ottoman Empire in 1453 spurring exploration to find alternative sea routes. This search for new sea routes to trade with Aisia is known as "The Age of Discovery" ... The Age of Discovery (also known as the Age of Exploration) was a period starting in the early 15th century and continuing to the 17th century. During this period Europeans explored Africa, the Americas, Asia and Oceania. The fall of Constantinople in 1453 severed European trade links by land with Asia leading many to begin seeking routes east by sea and spurred the age of exploration. Historians often refer to the 'Age of Discovery' as the pioneer Portuguese and Spanish long-distance maritime travels in search of alternative trade routes to "the East Indies", motivated by the trade of gold, silver,silk, porcelain, and spices. The Portuguese began systematically exploring the Atlantic coast of Africa from 1418, under the sponsorship of Prince Henry. In 1488, Bartolomeu Dias reached the ...
Just so you know. What does America and the Philippines have in common? They were both discovered by mistake, when Christopher Columbus set sail to find the East Indies, traveling to the west instead (as earlier stories of Marco Polo travels to the east). He stop at the island of Bahamas and declared its people Indians ( Indios in Spanish). Similarly when Magellan landed in the island of the Philippines, claimed it for King Charles V and called its people Indios. Just so you know.
Prologue 15 March 1824 London, Great Britain “Anton, the terms of the treaty, as given by the British, is that first of all, we must agree to both the Netherlands and Great Britain being able to trade in any territories of India belonging to Britain, Ceylon, along with the East Indies, and finally Malaya. Do you concur with these terms?” “These terms are satisfactory, Hendrik. Both nations benefit from these terms- do move on to the other terms now.” “Both nations agree not to negotiate any trade embargoes with any Eastern states against the other state. Both nations also agree not to use civil or military forces to in any way prevent trade.” “Indeed, cooperation is of much importance between the two countries. Hostility between the two nations should be on the nethermost of the list of both nations’ interests. These terms are accepted.” “Both nations will agree to oppose all forms of piracy and not provide shelter to any pirates or countenance the vending of pirated goods.” “Su ...
Is that the West Indies or the East Indies that are misleading Scots? Stop reading Daily Mail and repeating fiction!
HINDE PURKET MY TATTOO CA MEANS (ADIK KANA??) THATS THE BIG WRONG ... TATTOO IS CULTURE IN PHILIPPINES HISTORY : The Real Filipino Roots: How we became… The Malay Archipelago before government and politics and nationalism started/ consisted of only what we know now, as Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia and Papua New Guinea. Within the vast archipelago these islands was not inhabited yet, only by Pre-historic animals. FIRST WAVE: The First indigenous people that traveled to explore new homeland was the Aetas (Negritos: which are crossed with Afro-Asiatic and Austro-Aborigines). The Aetas or Agtas or Negritos or Andamanese (of the Andaman Island, India), they are the first to reach several exotic Islands of the archipelago and called it home. This was approximately 15,000-3,000 B.C. (Original indigenous native man of the East Indies and of the island continent which is now known as Australia). Within these times the Aetas where nomadic because of the changes of weather and food resources. They traveled thr ...
FLORES tiny people/giant lizards Flores is one of the lesser-known islands of Indonesia, and the only wholly Roman Catholic island in the predominantly Muslim nation. At one time vast territories in what are now neighboring Malaysia and Indonesia were part of the Portuguese Empire. As the Netherlands arose as an independent nation freed from the Spanish Empire, the reformed protestant Dutch pushed the old religion Portuguese out of several of the Spice Islands, at the same time the British leveraged the Portuguese out of coastal areas of Malacca, and Malaya. For centuries, as the Portuguese were expelled from Asian territory after territory, many of the native Eurasian, or “Black Portuguese,” residents of those defunct political entities found refuge on Flores, which remained under the Portuguese flag until 1859. This continuous eastward human movement concentrated the Christian religious fervor of the former East Indies on Flores, which now boasts a particularly picturesque version of Roman Catholici ...
Today In History. English Captain William Bligh and 18 others, cast adrift from the HMS Bounty seven weeks before, reach Timor in the East Indies after traveling nearly 4,000 miles in a small, open boat. On April 28, Fletcher Christian, the master's mate on the Bounty, led a successful mutiny against Captain Bligh and his supporters. The British naval vessel had been transporting breadfruit saplings from Tahiti for planting on British colonies in the Caribbean. The voyage was difficult, and ill feelings were rampant between the captain, officers, and crew. Bligh, who eventually would fall prey to a total of three mutinies in his career, was an oppressive commander and insulted those under him. On April 28, near the island of Tonga, Christian and 25 petty officers and seamen seized the ship. The captain and 18 of his crew were set adrift in a small boat with 25 gallons of water, 150 pounds of bread, 30 pounds of pork, six quarts of rum, and six bottles of wine. By setting the captain and his officers adrif ...
East Indies are Clapping the West Indies something terrible!
...the King of Persia, the Great Mogol, the several kings in the East Indies, & other remote princes, have been of late written, lymned
Study Reveals Most Dangerous Sea-Routes of the World: The South China Sea and East Indies, east Mediterranean ...
I really mz my high school life.kailan kya ang reunion wala prin bng blita?lets plan and set the date sa mga likes.
Since 1999 there have been 293 shipping accidents in South China Sea & east Indies, home of the Coral Triangle & 76% world’s coral species.
Isle East Indies at Thousand Island. This is truly private island!
Alhamdulillah sampe.. Bang JV ngaso dulu 😁 this is truly private… (at Isle East Indies (Thousand Island)) [pic] —
Sony bought all the indies from PAX East apparently.
Many people may simply call it conspiracy, but South China Sea tops world’s most dangerous oceans for shipping. This is followed by East Indies, eastern Mediterranean, North Sea, Black Sea, and British Isles
I think Indians was derivative of Columbus thinking he made it to East Indies.
We found the Americas, I will call it "The East Indies"
Tomorrow we'll be going to Isle East Indies (private island) at Thousand Islands :)
Hello brothers and sisters, how do you say. Our Father who art in Heaven.. in your mother's tongue.
no I have to make a presentation about Dutch East Indies and Belgian Congo, I thought I would avoid it, it's the last class dammit!
Pumped returns from Vegas after representing The East Indies Co and at the World Tea Expo
Had been bearing the growing pains of corporate America and ready to move on for the better and more sustainable avenue of living a productive life.
This Sat night @ The Indi Bar! Don't miss out on our only Perth show for a long time!
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