Concequences of poor miliary policy at Aceh
The Dutch venture into Indonesia centered on gaining profit from goods. In order to have the prosperity needed to make a profit, the Dutch needed peace and order. For this reason originally, thousands of Dutch troops were sent to Indonesia. Expansion of Dutch interests in the area caused them to invade nearby Sumatra with those troops, and on the tip of that same island, there were a people called the Acehans. This piece of land was valuable to the Dutch when the Suez Canal opened, because its ports would be an important place for merchant vessels to dock. It would be the site of some…
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