Some articles on dutch intervention, dutch:
... The power of the count was put under pressure in the 16th century, partially because of the Dutch Revolt ... The city of Emden became a popular destination for Dutch Calvinists fleeing from religious persecution in the Netherlands ... In 1595 the Dutch Republic interfered in the quarrel between the city and the count with the Treaty of Delfzijl, where the lutheran count recognised the Dutch ...
... Empire British Settlers Te Ati Awa Iwi Ngati Toa Iwi 1846 ... Dutch intervention in Northern Bali Netherlands Bali 1847 ... Seventh Xhosa War British ...
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