The 200 Year Struggle Between The Portuguese Crown, The Dutch East India Company and the English East India Company for Supremacy in the Eastern Seas
A hundred years after the Portuguese set up trading posts and colonies stretching from India to China, British and Dutch traders followed to set up what eventually became the two dominant powers in the Malayan Archipelago. In this book, divided into three parts for each of the European powers, Burnet traces the history of each enterprise separately and chronicles how they interacted with each other until the end of the 19th century. With colour photos, maps, bibliographies and an index. New Hardback in a New Dust Jacket. First Edition. 224 pages.
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