How did the Dutch use natural resources for survial and for making money?
Japan lacked natural resources, so gaining the territory of the Dutch East Indies gave them some of the resources they required.
The semi-legal robbery of all those countries' natural resources.
Rubber and Oil (Dutch East Indies) and Iron (Manchuria) were the main targets of Japanese expansionism.
It was fought for Africa's natural resources. British settlers from South Africa were trying to annex Dutch settlers that lived in Africa.
Coal Wool Alumina Diamonds ( Africans and the Dutch will disagree ) Sheep Lead Refined zinc ores Mineral sands
The Dutch joined colonial exploration of America by setting up life along the Hudson River in New York. They were attracted by the river and the natural resources that could be found along its banks.
The mission and vision statements of Royal Dutch Shell focus on being profitable, environmentally responsible, and socially responsible. They also focus on finding more efficient ways for using natural resources.
The people of South Africa were negatively affected. Their country was basically invaded and stripped of all its natural resources. The British and Dutch were the European influences on South Africa.
Je maakt me verlegen is a Dutch equivalent of 'You're making me shy'.
The aim of the strike was to protect Imperial Japan's advance into the Dutch East Indies and Malaya- for their natural resources such as rubber and oil, by neutralizing the U.S. Pacific Fleet. This led to the American entry in World War II.
The Dutch were able to utilize their resources efficiently. Their knowledge of the waters and their ability to build ships helped them build their empire.
they made them when there was water
The primary reason for Dutch colonization worldwide was TRADE. The Dutch were primarily a mercantile people who financed their economy by facilitating international trade and shipping. The Dutch wanted to acquire new resources in the the Americas and add them to their existent trade network.
Yes, Dutch cocoa is carried by Winco Foods and available in the bulk section.
the Hudson River
The Dutch colonized Indonesia for many reasons, however the main reason was for economical purposes. Indonesia was full of resources, such as coffee, sugar and spices. Spices in particular such as cloves and nutmeg were what brought in most of the money for the Dutch.
The Dutch pretty much exploited the Native Americans for their rich resources. The Native Americans resented the Dutch, and the Dutch looked down upon them because they considered the Native Americans to be "lower" and "an uncivilized people".
Same as the British, Spanish, and Dutch- territorial expansion and new resources.
tea, coffee, palm oil, spices, etc.
As far as i am aware that was Rome which wanted to colonise all land. And it wanted to do that because of the same reason as The British, The French, The Dutch, The Germans and all others who have ever colonised any land through out history - Money, Power, Slaves, wealth, Resources (natural resources metals, food etc) and of course Women. It must be understood that wealth and money are two different things.
What was the name of the war between English and Dutch settlers for control of South Africa's land and resources?
The Boer Wars .
There was no one in specific, but the dutch was a big part in the making.
Mineral resources made South Africa a place of interest to the international community. The Dutch and the British fought over control of South Africa's diamond and gold resources.
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Simply for it's resources and land (prime sea front view)
The Navigation Acts encouraged smuggling because there was no method of controlling it. The Dutch offered a much better deal to the colonists, thus making smuggling in Dutch imports and smuggling out exports to the Dutch very worthwhile.
For financial reasons and to expand their mercantile resources. The main reason the Dutch came to New Netherland was for the fur trade with the Native Americans. The colony was originally established as a business venture to enable the Dutch West India Company to take a share of the trade in North American furs. The Dutch settled New Amsterdam to expand their commercial and mercantile network.
For the same reason many colonialists wanted to go to the east: Spices, cotton, silk and other resources.
The Castle was built by the Dutch employees of the Dutch East India company between 1666-1679, thus making it the oldest remaining building in South Africa.
Because it had no natural predators, them some hungry Dutch sailors found Maritious (I can't spell today) and ate a lot of dodos, then their cats and dogs ate them too. Greedy hungry Dutch.
by eating their money and making shows which like to do performance
A dutch oven is a big pot that can be used on the top of the cooker or in the oven. They are very good for making stew and soups and casseroles and braising meat.
The Dutch was different from other European colonizing nations because they were mostly interested in making money. They had little interest in teaching others their language or religion.
The Dutch didn't settle in New York colony because it was a Dutch colony before it was English. The area was wanted by both groups because the land was good for crops and there was a natural harbor. The English took New Netherlands away from the Dutch and named it New York after the king's brother the Duke of York who was given the land.
Very little, much like most other European monarchies the dutch queen and king are only really seen making public appearances and signing documents, besides this it is the government that actually directly affect the daily lives of dutch citizens.
The Dutch East Indies belongs to the Dutch, which is an ally of the allies, in Asia. The Japanese was trying to be the largest empire in Asia. Japan is also Germany's ally in World War 2. So the Japanese is trying to get rid of the allies in Asia, while expanding their territory. The Dutch East Indies is also rich in oil, wood, rice and cheap human resources.
No, Japan was at war with China. Despite being a military superpower, their war with China was using up their resources. During that time, most of their resources especially oil were coming from the US. The US did not approve of Japanese aggression in China and they declared an embargo on Japan. This means they would stop supplying Japan with raw materials. So where would Japan get their resources to continue the war now? The… Read More
How did such a tiny country as Netherlands with no natural resources become a major world power between ca 1650 and 1715?
Trade, and especially the Ditch east India Company's monopoly of the spice islands. trade produced a rich shipbuilding system, which produced a strong Navy, which protected the trade routes, which enabled Dutch merchants to make even more money, which ... You get the picture.
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the dutch west indies was the worlds leader in the harvest of latex which is the main substance in making rubber. all the governments involved in the war needed rubber.
Around 21 million making it the 43th most spoken language in the world.
Animal Aftercare is a Dutch company who is making cardboard coffins for animals to provide 'A Respectful Farewell'.
The first European "discoverers" of Australia were the Dutch. They were not invaders, as they did not settle the land, nor did they see any value in capitalising on what they saw as its limited resources.
It gave the British (mainly the Dutch) access to China which was helpful since China was pretty much the main source of resources.
salt, oil and vinegar are natural preservatives. the word pickle comes from from the dutch word "pekel" which is old dutch for a salt solution in water, which was used te preserve everything from cucumber(or pickles) to meat.
The main reason French and Dutch settlers start colonies in North America was the abundance of natural resource. The land was rich with just about everything from trees to food and minerals.
Japan was at war with China. Despite being a military superpower, their war with China was using up their resources. During that time, most of their resources especially oil were coming from the US. The US did not approve of Japanese aggression in China and they declared an embargo on Japan. This means they would stop supplying Japan with raw materials. So where would Japan get their resources to continue the war now? The Japanese… Read More
Mr. Frank was the head of the Dutch division of Opekta/Pectacon, a company that made pectin for jam making, packaged gravies, and spice mixes for use in sausage making.
The Dutch were Suriname's rulers. Specifically, Dutch interest in Suriname dates back to the early seventeenth (17th) century. Dutch traders realized the huge profit potential from a country so endowed with such an accessible Atlantic coastline and with such a vast storehouse of marine and terrestrial resources. By 1630, they therefore set up a trading post that then was taken over by competing English interests. But in 1667, the Dutch triumphed over the English as… Read More