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Definitions

  1. The Dutch East India Company was a company with three obstacles in its way: the Portuguese, controlling the aboriginal populations, and the British. (Web site)
  2. The Dutch East India company was chartered in 1602 and they established spice trade and factories in Cochin, Nagapatinam and Agra. (Web site)
  3. After the Dutch East India Company was liquidated, its possesions in Indonesia were taken over by the Dutch government. (Web site)

Discovery

  1. However, with the discovery of the Cape Sea Route, the Dutch East India Company founded a refreshment station at what would become Cape Town in 1652.

Factory

  1. The first green tea was exported in 1611, when the Dutch East India Company established a factory on Hirado Island in Japan.

China

  1. In the early 17th century, a ship of the Dutch East India Company brought the first green tea leaves to Amsterdam from China.

Farmers

  1. The Dutch East India Company brought Dutch settlers to Cape Town, who farmed and raised livestock and were called Boers [Du.,=farmers]. (Web site)

Station

  1. In 1652 the Dutch East India Company founded a station there to supply ships rounding the cape. (Web site)

Work

  1. The Dutch East India Company employed Chinese immigrants to work its sugarcane and rice plantations in the southwest.

First Company

  1. The first company to issue shares is thought to be the Dutch East India Company in 1601.

Dutch East Indies

  1. The Dutch East India Company took control of the western half of the island, which became a colonial possession attached to the Dutch East Indies in 1828. (Web site)

Europe

  1. In the last-named year ships of the Dutch East India Company brought the first tea into Europe.
  2. Brightly coloured Sri Lankan gem tourmalines were brought to Europe in great quantities by the Dutch East India Company to satisfy demand as curios and gems.
  3. In the early 17th century, the Dutch East India Company introduced Chinese tea for the first time to Europe.

Trading Post

  1. In 1737 the Dutch East India Company opened a trading post in Bushehr, which lasted until 1753. (Web site)

Southern Taiwan

  1. In 1624, the Dutch East India Company, with on the suggestion of the Ming Court, established an outpost in Tainan in southern Taiwan.

First

  1. These 'colonies' were first administered by the Dutch East India Company and the Dutch West India Company, both collective private enterprises.

Overhaul

  1. The Dutch East India Company continued to overhaul the methods of harvesting in the wild, and eventually began to cultivate its own trees. (Web site)

Trade

  1. The Dutch East India Company alone handled the trade of 6 million porcelain items from China to Europe between the years 1602 to 1682. (Web site)
  2. The Dutch East India Company took advantage of the conflicts between Kozhikode and Kochi and ousted the Portuguese to gain control of the trade.
  3. In 1809, however, Governor General Daendels ordered the Dutch East India Company (VOC) to abandon Banjarmasin, due to the losses sustained in trade.

Cape

  1. A version of this flag was used as the flag of the Dutch East India Company at the Cape (with the VOC logo in the centre) from 1652 until 1795.
  2. This discovery was a great and final contribution to the Cape by the Dutch East India Company. (Web site)
  3. When the Dutch East India Company established a replenishment station at the Cape in 1652, trade continued inland as far as Swellendam.

Cape Town

  1. The British returned Cape Town to the Dutch in 1803, but soon afterwards the Dutch East India Company declared bankruptcy. (Web site)
  2. European immigration began shortly after the Dutch East India Company founded a station at what would become Cape Town, in 1652.
  3. Firstly, early immigration from Europe that started shortly after the Dutch East India Company founded a station at (what was to become) Cape Town in 1652.

Voc

  1. In 1678, Sunan Amangkurat II promised to give control of Semarang to the Dutch East India Company (VOC) as a part of a debt payment.
  2. First used by the Dutch East India Company (VOC) as a victualling station, it became an asylum and leper colony.
  3. To make things worse, VOC (Dutch East India Company) exploited the power struggle to increase its control.

Cape Colony

  1. The Dutch East India Company (VOC) did not intend the Cape Colony at the Southern tip of Africa to become a political entity.
  2. The Cape Colony, part of modern South Africa, was established by the Dutch East India Company in 1652, with the founding of Cape Town. (Web site)

Good Hope

  1. In 1652 a victualling station was established at the Cape of Good Hope by Jan van Riebeeck on behalf of the Dutch East India Company.
  2. In 1652, Jan van Riebeeck established a refreshment station at the Cape of Good Hope on behalf of the Dutch East India Company. (Web site)
  3. The first permanent European settlement was built after the Dutch East India Company reached the Cape of Good Hope in April 1652.

Indonesia

  1. It was on this island in the early 1800's that the Dutch East India Company established themselves in Indonesia. (Web site)
  2. It was founded by the Dutch East India Company to be used as a replenishing station for ships sailing on the trade route to Indonesia. (Web site)

Batavia

  1. In 1619 the Dutch East India Company took control of Batavia (Jakarta) and extended its influence.
  2. The Dutch razed the city in 1619, rebuilding and renaming it Batavia and establishing it as the headquarters of the Dutch East India Company. (Web site)
  3. Batavia became the headquarters of the Dutch East India Company and was a major trade center in the 17th cent. (Web site)

Dutch East India Company

  1. His ancestor, Jacobus Krüger, immigrated from Berlin to South Africa in 1713 to work as a mercenary for the Dutch East India Company (VOC).
  2. It was returned to the Dutch in 1803, but soon afterwards the Dutch East India Company declared bankruptcy, and the British annexed the Cape Colony in 1806.
  3. The Dutch East India Company (VOC) established its trading and administrative headquarters in Batavia (now the capital city of Jakarta).

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