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  • colonies in Suriname and the Caribbean brought under the direct rule of the state. The economies of the Dutch colonies in the Caribbean had been based on the
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  • Caribbean Haai; Caribe Haai
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  • Cuba - Jamaica -
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  • From Corsica we move away from Europe and to the Americas, into the Caribbean sea, specifically the Lesser Antilles, stretching from Puerto Rico south
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  • of the Kingdom of the Netherlands. They are all small islands in the Caribbean. I do not have a map between 1830-1938 because the only major event(s)
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  • Haiti: MINUSTAH. Sex Tourism and Neocolonial Power Relationships in the Caribbean A Critical Look at Ecotourism in Central America. Mexico/US border and
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  • "Flamingo Express / Dutch Caribbean N.V." at top. Flamingo Express was hired to handle mail services in the Dutch Caribbean as of 1 January 2014. V/F
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  • World. Harper Collins.  Rogozinski, Jan (2000). A Brief History of the Caribbean. Plume.  SarDesai, D.R. (1997). Southeast Asia: Past and Present. Westview
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  • Belgian Revolution • Expansion in the East Indies • Suriname and the Caribbean • German Invasion of the Netherlands • Japanese Invasion of the East Indies •
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  • “ Let us work toward greater cooperation with all Caribbean Countries, whether we speak English, Dutch, French or Spanish, whether we are independent
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  • Belgian Revolution • Expansion in the East Indies • Suriname and the Caribbean • German Invasion of the Netherlands • Japanese Invasion of the East Indies •
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  • Belgian Revolution • Expansion in the East Indies • Suriname and the Caribbean • German Invasion of the Netherlands • Japanese Invasion of the East Indies •
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  • Belgian Revolution • Expansion in the East Indies • Suriname and the Caribbean • German Invasion of the Netherlands • Japanese Invasion of the East Indies •
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  • firmly in control of both the sugar and slave trades, and had occupied the Caribbean islands of Sint Maarten, Curaçao, Aruba and Bonaire in order to guarantee
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  • Republic over trade in the Baltic and the Atlantic. Aruba-An island in the Caribbean that has been a Dutch possession since 1634, and is currently part of
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  • Belgian Revolution • Expansion in the East Indies • Suriname and the Caribbean • German Invasion of the Netherlands • Japanese Invasion of the East Indies •
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  • Belgian Revolution • Expansion in the East Indies • Suriname and the Caribbean • German Invasion of the Netherlands • Japanese Invasion of the East Indies •
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  • Belgian Revolution • Expansion in the East Indies • Suriname and the Caribbean • German Invasion of the Netherlands • Japanese Invasion of the East Indies •
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  • Belgian Revolution • Expansion in the East Indies • Suriname and the Caribbean • German Invasion of the Netherlands • Japanese Invasion of the East Indies •
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