72 thoughts on “History of sugar, and slavery, at Amsterdam museum

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  8. Atlantisch rijk van Nederland was gegrondvest op geweld en slavernij

    In het boek “The Dutch moment: war, trade, and settlement in the seventeenth-century Atlantic world” geeft historicus Wim Klooster een overzicht van de ontwikkeling van het Nederlandse imperium rond de Atlantische oceaan van ongeveer 1620 tot 1670. Wat Klooster “The Dutch moment” noemt, was de periode dat Nederland een bepalende rol had in de Atlantische geschiedenis. Koloniën werden gesticht en grote stukken land werden veroverd op onder meer de Portugezen en Spanjaarden. Na die periode ging het rijk weer grotendeels ten onder en bleven alleen enkele koloniën aan de Guyanese kust, waaronder Suriname, en een aantal Caribische eilanden en vestigingen aan de Afrikaanse kust over. Klooster doet uit de doeken hoe het Nederlandse Atlantische rijk dreef op geweld en hoe de Nederlanders gedurende enkele decennia de grootste Atlantische slavenhandelaren waren. Lees meer: https://www.doorbraak.eu/atlantisch-rijk-van-nederland-was-gegrondvest-op-geweld-en-slavernij/

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