research product . 2019

Concomitant Recital of a Prolonged Reign: Dilation of the Dutch Empire and Enticement of Ascendency, Delineating Batavia, Victim and Valedictorian

KHALIL, S. (SIEPAN); ZEID, P. (PAKINAM);
Open Access Indonesian
  • Published: 01 Jan 2019
  • Publisher: Alanya Hamdullah Emin Paşa Üniversitesi
  • Country: Indonesia
Abstract
The VOC (Verenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie) was both the absolutist and the pacifier as it sought to colonize Sunda Kelapa through the displacement of the indigenous population, architecture, and regimen; the VOC was deployed catalyst to the marking of a golden era, roughly spanning the 17th century through which architecture, trade, science, and military boomed, marking Jakarta a resilient harbour to the world's finest trades. Batavia, modern-day Jakarta, welded a myriad of names, endorsing its irrefutable paramount; one of which, "Queen of the East", paraphrased an allusion to its urban beauty. Until its last derogatory stages, before the Dutch surrendered to ...
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free text keywords: Dutch East Indies, Colonialism, History, Urban planning, Architecture, Batavia, Jakarta, Indonesia
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