The Portugeus Timor Collections Exhibtion at Dr Iwan Cybermuseum

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                           WELCOME COLLECTORS FROM ALL OVER THE WORLD

                          SELAMAT DATANG KOLEKTOR INDONESIA DAN ASIAN

                                                AT DR IWAN CYBERMUSEUM

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Showcase :

The Portuguese Timor Historic  Collections exhibition

Frame one :The 19th century Portugeus Timor Historic Collections

 
Timor Português
Portuguese Timor
Portuguese colony
1702–1975 / 2002
 
Flag Coat of arms

Portuguese Timor with 1869-established boundaries.

Capital Dili (Lifau 1702 to 1769)
Language(s) Tetum, Portuguese, Malay
Political structure Colony
Head of state
 – King
   1515-21
Manuel I of Portugal
 – President
   1974-75
Francisco da Costa Gomes
Governor  
 – 1702-05 (first) António Coelho Guerreiro
 – 1974-75 (last) Mário Lemos Pires
History  
 – Established 1702
 – Disestablished 28 November 1975 / 2002
Currency Timorese pataca (PTP)
Timorese escudo (PTE)
History of East Timor
Coat of Arms of East Timor
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Early history (pre-1515)
Portuguese Timor (1515–1975)
 Timor was first colonized by the Portuguese in 1520. The Dutch, who claimed many of the surrounding islands, took control of the western portion of the island in 1613. Portugal and the Netherlands fought over the island until an 1860 treaty divided Timor, granting Portugal the eastern half of the island as well as the western enclave of Oecussi (the first Portuguese settlement on the island). Australia and Japan fought each other on the island during World War II; nearly 50,000 East Timorese died during the subsequent Japanese occupation.In 1949, the Netherlands gave up its colonies in the Dutch West Indies, including West Timor, and the nation of Indonesia was born. East Timor remained under Portuguese control until 1975, when the Portuguese abruptly pulled out after 455 years of colonization. The sudden Portuguese withdrawal left the island vulnerable. On July 16, 1976, 9 days after the Democratic Republic of East Timor was declared an independent nation, Indonesia invaded and annexed it. Although no country except Australia officially recognized the annexation, Indonesia’s invasion was sanctioned by the United States and other western countries, who had cultivated Indonesia as a trading partner and cold-war ally (Fretilin, the East Timorese political party spearheading independence, was Marxist at the time).

 
 
 
 
 
After seen some Portugeus timor Stamps above, all the collectors from all over the world espescaially from Austarlia,Indonesia, Portugues and othe euro countries will seen the Dr Iwan private Portugeus timor collections which arrange in the chrnonologic historic collections .(THE COMPLETE INFO AND COLLECTIONS ONLY FOR PREMIUM MEMBER,SUBSCRIBE VIA COMMENT)

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