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Netherlands Antilles


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    • Netherland Antilles
    • Nederlandse Antillen
    • Antillas Neerlandesas
    • Antillas Holandesas
    • Antiya Hulandes
    • Antia Hulandes
    • Dutch Antilles
    • Antiles nêrlandêses
    • Niderland Antil adaları
    • Kē-tē-kok Antilles
    • Нідэрландскія Антыльскія астравы
    • Nidėrlandskii︠a︡ Antylʹskii︠a︡ astravy
    • Нідэрландскія Антылы
    • Nidėrlandskii︠a︡ Antyly
    • Holandski Antili
    • Antilhez Nederlandat
    • Нидерландски Антили
    • Niderlandski Antili
    • Antilles Neerlandeses
    • Nizozemské Antily
    • Antilles yr Iseldiroedd
    • Nederlandske Antiller
    • Niederländische Antillen
    • Nižozemske Antile
    • Hollandi Antillid
    • Ολλανδικές Αντίλλες
    • Ollandikes Antilles
    • AA. NN
    • Nederlandaj Antiloj
    • Holandarren Antillak
    • Niđurlendsku Antillurnar
    • Antilles néerlandaises
    • État fédéral autonome des Antilles néerlandaises
    • Fédération des Antilles néerlandaises
    • Nederlânske Antillen
    • Nizozemski Antili
    • Antia Ulandes
    • Antillen Belanda
    • Antillas Nederlandese
    • Hollensku Antillaeyjar
    • Hollensku Antillur
    • Antille olandesi
    • Antille nederlandesi
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    • Sources

      • found: Beers, H.C. El sector financiero de las Antillas Neerlandesas, 1980.
      • found: Introducción a la tributación de compañías "offshore" en las Antillas Holandesas, 1979:t.p. (Antillas Holandesas)
      • found: Aruba. Texto di e proyecto di Constitushon di Aruba, 1985:t.p. (Antiya Hulandes)
      • found: Europa world year book, 2001:Netherlands Antilles section (comprised of five islands: Bonaire, Curaçao, Saba, St. Eustatius, and St. Maarten; Aruba, formerly a part of the Netherlands Antilles, gained separate status within the Kingdom of the Netherlands on Jan. 1, 1986; headed by a governor and Staaten (parliament); the administration of each island is conducted by its own island council, executive council, and lieutenant-governor; control of the police, communications, monetary affairs, health, and education remain under the jurisdiction of the central Antilles government)
      • found: GeoNames, algorithmically matched, 2009(pcl; 12°10ʹ00ʺN 069°00ʹ00ʺW)
      • found: Wikipedia, 12 Oct. 2010(Netherlands Antilles; constituent country of Kingdom of the Netherlands; est. 15 Dec. 1954; dissolved 10 Oct. 2010; Curaçao and Sint Maarten became constituent countries of the kingdom; Saba, Bonaire and Sint Eustatius became special municipalities)
      • found: The Columbia encyclopedia, 2008, via Encyclopedia.com, viewed Aug. 17, 2011(Netherlands Antilles; formerly known as the Dutch West Indies and Netherlands West Indies)
      • found: Wikipedia, 17 Aug. 2011(The Netherlands Antilles (Dutch: Nederlandse Antillen, Papiamentu: Antia Hulandes), also referred to informally as the Dutch Antilles, was an autonomous Caribbean country within the Kingdom of the Netherlands, consisting of two groups of islands in the Lesser Antilles: Aruba, Bonaire and Curaçao (ABC Islands), in Leeward Antilles just off the Venezuelan coast; and Sint Eustatius, Saba and Sint Maarten (SSS Islands), in the Leeward Islands southeast of the Virgin Islands. Aruba seceded in 1986 as a separate country within the Kingdom of the Netherlands, and the rest of the Netherlands Antilles was dissolved on 10 Oct. 2010, resulting in two new constituent countries, Curaçao and Sint Maarten, with the other islands joining the Netherlands as "special municipalities", officially public bodies. The name 'Netherlands Antilles' is still sometimes used to indicate the Caribbean islands which are part of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.) Aragonese page (Antillas Neerlandesas) Franco-Provençal/Arpitan page (Antiles nêrlandêses) Azerbaijani page (Niderland Antil adaları [in rom.]) Min Nan page (Kē-tē-kok Antilles) Belarusian page (Нідэрландскія Антыльскія астравы = Nidėrlandskii︠a︡ Antylʹskii︠a︡ astravy; Нідэрландскія Антылы = Nidėrlandskii︠a︡ Antyly) Bosnian page (Holandski Antili)
      • found: Wikipedia, 17 Aug. 2011:Breton page (Antilhez Nederlandat) Bulgarian page (Нидерландски Антили = Niderlandski Antili; previously known as Нидерландските Западни Индии = Niderlandskite Zapadni Indii) Catalan page (Antilles Neerlandeses) Czech page (Nizozemské Antily) Welsh page (Antilles yr Iseldiroedd) Danish page (Nederlandske Antiller) German page (Niederländische Antillen) Lower Sorbian page (Nižozemske Antile) Estonian page (Hollandi Antillid, formerly known as Hollandi Lääne-India) Greek page (Ολλανδικές Αντίλλες = Ollandikes Antilles) Spanish page (Antillas Neerlandesas (AA. NN., also called Antillas Holandesas or Indias Occidentales Holandesas)) Esperanto page (Nederlandaj Antiloj) Basque page (Holandarren Antillak) Faroese page (Niđurlendsku Antillurnar) French page (Antilles néerlandaises; État fédéral autonome des Antilles néerlandaises, or Fédération des Antilles néerlandaises) West Frisian page (Nederlânske Antillen) Croatian page (Nizozemski Antili) Ido page (Nederlandana Antili; Antia Ulandes) Indonesian page (Antillen Belanda) Interlingua page (Antillas Nederlandese) Icelandic page (Hollensku Antillaeyjar (or Hollensku Antillur); previously Hollensku Vestur-Indíur) Italian page (Antille olandesi or Antille nederlandesi)
      • found: GEOnet, July 22, 2013(Netherlands Antilles (conventional); Nederlandse Antillen (approved); Antia Hulandes (approved); historical political entity)
    • Editorial Notes

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      • [The Netherlands Antilles was dissolved on 10 October 2010.]
    • Change Notes

      • 1979-04-13: new
      • 2013-07-24: revised
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