Dutch Colonial

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Dutch′ Colo′nial

of or designating the domestic architecture of Dutch settlers in New York and New Jersey, often characterized by gambrel roofs with curved eaves.
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With relations dates back prior to the independence of Pakistan, when Indonesia was passing through the similar struggle against the Dutch Colonial rule, leaders of All India Muslim League sent the support to the country supporting its path to freedom.
the exhibition uses AR technology, motion tracking and 3D floating projection technology to create scenes from comic books about Taiwan's Oolong tea, glove puppetry, the Taiwan Exposition in 1935, and Taiwan during the Dutch colonial period in the 17th century.
Ahmed Sukarno declared his nation's freedom from the Dutch, Quaid-e-Azam Mohammad Ali Jinnah, the then president of the All India Muslim League, called upon the Muslim troops of the British Colonial Army, stationed in the Far East to join hands with their Indonesian brethren against the Dutch colonial aggression', the speaker added.
TAP) - A huge fire destroyed most of a Dutch colonial heritage site dating back to the 17th century, including a maritime museum, in the north of the capital Jakarta on Tuesday.
The Toba Batak adhere to a patrilineal kinship system, she says, and the question is how they reproduced that system during the 80 years between 1861 and 1942 as they interacted dynamically with German missionaries and Dutch colonial administrators.
She said the Criminal Code contains Western values from the Dutch colonial era.
They included two Portuguese missionaries and 28 followers killed by Dutch colonial soldiers during a period of persecution of Catholics.
Introduced under the Dutch colonial rule during the 18th century, tea and coffee growing has generated a long period of highly profitable export trade with continental Europe.
Indonesia declared its independence from Dutch colonial rule in 1945
1814 - Britain agrees to hand back all Dutch colonial possessions, including Indonesia.
The third part, including chapters 7 to 9, shifts the focus to the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries by analyzing Japan's opening of the tea trade to the United States in 1874, the Indian account of the 1900 Boxer Rebellion of Qing China, and the Dutch colonial rule over Indonesia in 1910.
The early history of this ministry can be traced back to the Ministry of Water Management and Transportation in the Dutch colonial era.