Dutch vietnamese relations
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DutchVietnamese relations go back as far as the beginning of the seventeenth century. For a long time, relations between the Dutch lion and the Vietnamese dragon have been fragile and even violent.
Quinam was the Dutch name for the Vietnamese Nguyen lordruled Cochinchina. ) The Dutch sided with the Trnh lords of Tonkin (Northern Vietnam) against the Nguyen lords of Quinam during the TrnhNguyn War and were therefore hostile to Quinam. Former relations with South Vietnam Oct 30, 2009 In Silk for Silver: DutchVietnamese Relations, , Hoang Anh Tuan has given us a fascinating window into the workings of the internationalisation of Northern Vietnamese society in the latter twothirds of the seventeenth century. This epoch of Vietnamese history is actually quite wellchronicled; established scholars such as Alexanderdutch vietnamese relations Aug 30, 2007 The author examines the vicissitudes in political relations, the varying trends in the VOCTonkin import and export trade, and the Dutch influence on