By Muridan Widjojo
Through the interval of the Dutch East India Company's rule of the Spice Islands, Prince Nuku of Tidore often is the neighborhood hero who effectively adverse the VOC's oppressive alternate monopoly on the finish of the eighteenth century. This examine analyzes how he succeeded in regaining independence for the Sultanate of Tidore by means of growing an alliance with the English and his Malukan and Papuan adherents.
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