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17th century plaque to Dutch East India Company (VOC), Hoorn
A second benefit of state backing was monopoly. In the 17th century, round-the-world voyages were rather like space missions today.
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Uniforms of the East India Company's private army, circa 1843
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John Pinkerton's map of India, published 1818.
Map of the Dutch East Indies in 1818
Batavia Castle. Andries Beekman, c. 1656. Batavia Castle. Andries Beekman, c. 1656. In Asia, the Dutch East India Company ...
Allegory of the Amsterdam Chamber of the VOC. Nicolaas Verkolje, c. 1702-
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Company painting depicting an official of the East India Company, c. 1760
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The shipyard of the Dutch East India Company in Amsterdam, circa 1750.
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Natives of Arakan sell slaves to the Dutch East India Company, c. 1663 CE.
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Statue of Zheng Chenggong, or Koxinga, at Anping Fort, former site of the Dutch fortress Fort Zeelandia. Koxinga, who was born in Hirado to a Japanese ...
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Portraits of Nabobs, or representatives of the East India Company.
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India Office Records and Private Papers. Arms of the United Company of Merchants Trading to the East Indies
... East India Company on 24 September, 1599. After this - various merchant- adventurers followed. One was John Mildenhall, who stayed in Akbar's court for ...
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A sailor walking among African captives in the hold of a slave ship. From the book Revelations of a Slave Smuggler published in 1860. Shutterstock
James Lancaster commanded the first East India Company voyage in 1601
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