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  • Introduction in History Class
  • Today let us learn about the history behind The 'Growth and impact of the Dutch East India Company!
  • Pak James,"Let us take a look at back then!"
  • (Flash Back)
  • Growth and impact of the  Dutch East India Company 
  • The start of a new History
  •  Europeans constituted the primary historical force in 17th-century Indonesia
  • During the 17th century, the VOC went far with control in the Indonesian islands. It took Malacca from the Portuguese' in 1641 they too confined the British and in southwestern Sumatra established a network in the eastern islands. 
  • The VOC itself formed a single organization, traded across a vast area, 
  • History Class starts every Tuesday and it continues throughout the whole week. 
  • History takes on the Role of the Dutch Power and abilities 
  • Jake,          Emily            Jessie             Lady              Laye
  • This brought him into conflict with the Dutch, and the Dutch fortress at Batavia. Although Agung’s forces were eventually compelled to withdraw, the result of the confrontation was inconclusive and left both the Dutch and Javanese. Dutch intervention in Javanese affairs increased in the later 17th and early 18th .
  • Pak James: Back to 1602 where It was created and lasted until 1800
  • Questions? Class?
  • The VOC is, "Vereenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie, trading company founded in the Dutch Republic (present-day Netherlands) in 1602." So is that enough for you guys to understand? Yes Jake?
  • Well those are excellent Questions lets see if we all can discuss!
  • From the governor-generalship of 'Jan Pieterszoon Coen and his successors, particularly Anthony van Diemen' in 1636–45 and 'Joan Maetsuyker 1653–78'. Foundations were then laid off the Dutch commercial empire and the power of the archipelago.
  • Last 20M Of Individuals and Society Class For Today!
  • Jessie your questions answer is: When the VOC and Matarom when aganist each other they were expelling foreign power from the archipelago, the existence of the VOC in Batavia posed a serious threat to the future of Java.
  • Lady your answer is: "VOC had their vessels patrol the waters around two specific locations: the northern coast of Karimun and the Hook of Berbukit. From Karimun, it was possible to monitor maritime traffic arriving through the Malacca, Kundur (Sabam)"
  • "In the 1620s Sultan Agung, ruler of the central Javanese kingdom of Mataramand representative of the old and highly sophisticated Javanese civilization, sought to extend his power over Bantam (near present-day Banten) in western Java. "
  • "The main Dutch expansion in Sumatra did not take place until the 19th century."
  • "In 1704 Dutch forces assisted in replacing Amangkurat III with his uncle, Pakubuwono I, in return for which further territory was ceded."
  • In this way, almost all Java gradually came under Dutch control, by 1755 only a remnant of the kingdom of Mataram remained. This was then divided into two principalities, Yogyakarta (Jogjakarta) and Surakarta (Solo), which survived until the end of Dutch rule. 
  • Jake,          Emily            Jessie             Lady              Laye
  • Jake: What is a VOC? Pak James?             
  • Emily the answer to your Question is: The Dutch East Indies controlled Indonesia and other places during the 1800 
  • Jake,          Emily            Jessie             Lady              Laye
  •  Emily: How about the countries that ruled Indonesia?           Jessie: What if it was VOC VS Matarom Kingdom?  Lady: How did VOC control Malacca?  (BELL RINGS, CLASS ENDS) Ok Thank you Class See you all Tomorrow!
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