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Netherlands East Indies

Nederlands-Oost-Indië
Hindia-Belanda
1800–1942
1945–1950a
Banner o Netherlands East Indies
Banner
Coat o airms o Netherlands East Indies
Coat o airms
Cairt o the Dutch East Indies shawin its territorial expansion frae 1800 tae its fullest extent prior tae Japanese occupation in 1942.
Cairt o the Dutch East Indies shawin its territorial expansion frae 1800 tae its fullest extent prior tae Japanese occupation in 1942.
StatusDutch colony (1800-1942, 1945-1950)
CaipitalBatavia (nou Jakarta)
Lairgest ceetySoerabaia[1][2]
Common leidsIndonesian
Dutch
Indigenous leids
Releegion
Sunni Islam
Christianity
Hinduism
Buddhism
GovrenmentColonial administration
Govrenor-General 
• 1800–1801 (first)
Pieter G. van Overstraten
• 1949 (last)
A. H. J. Lovinka
History 
• VOC era
1603–1800
• VOC nationalised
1 Januar 1800
Feb 1942 – Aug 1945
17 August 1945
27 December 1949
17 August 1950
Population
• 1930
60,727,233
CurrencyDutch East Indies gulden
Precedit bi
Succeedit bi
Dutch East Indie Company in Indonesie
Japanese occupation o the Dutch East Indies
Japanese occupation o the Dutch East Indies
Indonesie
Netherlands New Guinea
The day pairt o Indonesia
  1. Occupied bi Japanese forces atween 1942 an 1945, follaed bi the Indonesian Naitional Revolution till 1949. Indonesie proclaimed its unthirldom on 17 August 1945. Netherlands New Guinea wis transferred tae Indonesie in 1963.

The Dutch East Indies (or Netherlands East Indies; Dutch: Nederlands-Oost-Indië; Indonesian: Hindia-Belanda) wis a Dutch colony that acame modren Indonesie follaein Warld War II. It wis furmed frae the naitionalised colonies o the Dutch East Indie Company, which came unner the admeenistration o the Dutch govrenment in 1800 till 1950 while Indonesie declared Unthirldom frae the Netherlands tae Commemorate the 5t Anniversary o Unthirldom frae Japan as Unrecognised State efter Unitit Indonesian States Dissolved.

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. Dick, Howard W. (2002). Surabaya City Of Work: A Socioeconomic History, 1900–2000 (Ohio RIS Southeast Asia Series): Howard Dick: 9780896802216: Amazon.com: Books. amazon.com. ISBN 978-0896802216. 
  2. "Page:The New International Encyclopædia 1st ed. v. 18.djvu/816 - Wikisource, the free online library". en.wikisource.org. Retrieved 2018-12-27. 
  3. Friend (1942), Vickers (2003), Ricklefs (1991), Reid (1974), Taylor (2003).