The European Legacy 25 (5):572-587 (2020)

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Nathan Franklin
Victor Valley College
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Dutch colonial ambitions in the East Indies had to contend with Islam, and this contention intensified as colonisation progressed and Islamisation deepened. The Dutch made pragmatic alliances with...
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