|Statement||by Jan Willem Schulte Nordholt ; translated by Herbert H. Rowen.|
|LC Classifications||E269.D88 S3813 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 351 p. :|
|Number of Pages||351|
|LC Control Number||82002563|
ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Oversat fra hollandsk af Herbert H. Rowen efter Voorbeeld in de verte. Description: sider. Dutch Republic and American independence. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, © (OCoLC) Online version: Schulte Nordholt, J.W., Dutch Republic and American independence. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press, . The Dutch Republic was a confederation of seven provinces, which had their own governments and were very independent, and a number of so-called Generality Lands. These latter were governed directly by the States-General (Staten-Generaal in Dutch), the federal government. The States-General were seated in The Hague and consisted of representatives of each of the seven provinces. The Dutch Republic and American Independence [Nordholt, Jan Willem Schulte] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Dutch Republic and American IndependenceAuthor: Jan Willem Schulte Nordholt.
Dutch involvement in the American War of Independence effectively ended the comfortable position into which the republic had maneuvered itself. Building on close contacts with American colleagues that had developed in previous decades, Dutch merchants began sending war material to ports and out-of-the-way anchorages in North America as early as. Dutch Republic, formally Republic of the United Netherlands, Dutch Republiek der Verenigde Nederlanden, (–), state whose area comprised approximately that of the present Kingdom of the Netherlands and which achieved a position of world power in the 17th century. The republic consisted of the seven northern Netherlands provinces that won independence from Spain from to , . Also known as the Dutch Republic, the Netherlands. Was officially recognized by the Treaty of Munster (part of the Peace of Westphalia) and terminated ties with the Holy Roman Empire. Dutch Republic lasted until French revolutionary forces invaded in and set up a new republic - the Batavian Republic Was a confederation of 7 states. The Dutch Republic: Its Rise, Greatness and Fall, , by Jonathan Israel, is a book about the rise, dominance, and destruction of the Dutch Republic. This state lasted for over years, and at one time was in a dominant position over global trade/5.
The Dutch Republic and the American Revolution Johns Hopkins University studies in historical and political science, ISSN Johns Hopkins univ. studies in hist. and pol. sci Studies, John Hopkins university. Ser. The Dutch Republic and the American Revolution, Friedrich Edler: Author: Friedrich Edler: Publisher: Johns Hopkins. Book Search. Go. Advanced Search. Specialties. Bibliography. Book Collecting. Book Design. THE DUTCH REPUBLIC AND AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE. Nordholt, Jan Willem Schulte. Translated by Herbert H. Rowen. Oak Knoll Press and the American Historical Print Collectors Society, Read More AMOS DOOLITTLE. The Dutch Republic, too, traded weapons and other goods to the American colonists. Ultimately, after struggling to retain its 13 feisty colonies, British leaders chose to Author: Alice George. Prior to the Dutch doing much of anything that could qualify as 'golden,' the Dutch first had to gain independence from Habsburg Spain, who ruled over the Dutch provinces.