1 edition of Anglo-Dutch rivalry in the Malay world, 1780-1824. found in the catalog.
Anglo-Dutch rivalry in the Malay world, 1780-1824.
Bibliography: p. 179-184.
|LC Classifications||DS596.5 .T3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||189|
|LC Control Number||67109417|
Anglo-Dutch Rivalry in the Malay World by Nicholas Tarling it was amazing avg rating — 1 rating — published For the AngloDutch treaty, see Nicholas Tarling, Anglo-Dutch Rivalry in the Malay World, , Brisbane and Cambridge, , chapters 4 and S. assent to the loan.
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Anglo-Dutch Rivalry i n the Malay World, concludes with the Treaty of London, which was signed on the 17th March, , in an effort, as D. G. E. Hall comments in his History of Southeast Asia, to put an end â once and for all to the rivalry and . Books, Chapters-in-Books & Journal Articles Singapore Pioneer Architects Test collection.
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Cambridge University Press: University of Queensland Press, Brisbane, Pp. Author: W. McIntyre. in the Malay world from the first interest in Balambangan in the 's to the recognition of Singapore by the Dutch in ; sec ondly, the tenacity of .Anglo-Dutch rivalry in the Malay world, / Nicholas Tarling Univ.
Tarling N () Anglo-Dutch rivalry in the Malay World – University of Queensland Press, St Lucia Google Scholar Tates S () Patronagenetwerken in de VOC: De carrières van de broers Van de : Jeroen Bos.
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From Torres Strait to the Pacific (Canberra en Den Haag ) - Wels, C.B., Aloofness&Neutrality. This however, was not entirely true as far as the Anglo-Dutch Treaty is concerned. Inthe British has yet to Anglo-Dutch rivalry in the Malay world the true master of the Malay Peninsula.
The British only began to involve heavily in affairs of the Malay states in when the Pangkor Treaty was concluded. The broader concept of Malay world has its origin from the conceptualisation of Malay as a race by the German scientist Johann Friedrich Blumenbach.
Blumenbach identified 'Malay' as a subcategory of both the Ethiopid and Mongoloid races, and expanded the term to include the native inhabitants of the Marianas. This would not only allow the British to break the Dutch monopoly on trade but also to control the security of the area in between Penang and Singapore.
The Anglo- Dutch Treaty of gave the British control over the Straits of Malacca and created the contemporary boundary between Indonesia and Size: KB.
Anglo-Dutch Rivalry in the Malay World, - Nicholas Tarling RM This book looks at the interactions between the Dutch, established in the Malay Archipelago for more than a century, and the British, beginning with their interference from the acquisition of Penang until the Anglo-Dutch Treaty ofwhich sought to bring some regulation to their rivalry.
Peter Nicholas Tarling MNZM (1 February – 13 May ) was a historian, academic, and author. He specialised in Southeast Asian history, and wrote on 18th- and 19th-century Malaysia, North Borneo, Philippines, and Laos, especially regarding foreign involvement in those mater: University of Cambridge.
5 Tarling, N., Anglo-Dutch Rivalry in the Malay World, –, St. Lucia and London,p. 6 Memorandum, 18 AugustForeign Office (FO) 12/28, Public Record Office (hereafter cited as PRO).Author: Nicholas Tarling. Anglo-Dutch rivalries in Southeast Asia had resulted in frequent clashes and verbal disputes between Great Britain and the Netherlands since the 17th century.
The intention of the Anglo-Dutch Treaty ofalso known as the Treaty of London,  was to settle these conflicts once and for all.
The treaty had three provisions: territorial. 30, Allied Publishers Private Limited, India; Tarling, N. () Anglo-Dutch Rivalry in the Malay World –at pg. 3, Cambridge University Press / University of Queensland Press.
Anglo-Dutch Rivalry in the Malay World, By NICHOLAS TARLING. University of Queensland Press; Cambridge University Press, i Pp.
I 37s. The nomenclature of Southeast Asia has been revised with the successive political reorientations. The word Southeast Asia itself (the 'Southeast' is variously spelt. Tarling, Anglo-Dutch Rivalry in the Malay World, – (), 83–5, ; Google Scholar H.R.C. Wright, East Indian Economic Problems in the Age of Cornwallis and Raffles (), Google ScholarAuthor: Ronald Hyam.
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