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Second expedition to Palembang

Second expedition to Palembang
Date 1821
Location Palembang
Result Agreement with the Sultan
Belligerents
Royal Dutch East Indies Army Forces of the Sultan of Palembang
Commanders and leaders
Hendrik Merkus de Kock

The Second expedition to Palembang was a punitive expedition of the Royal Dutch East Indies Army to Palembang in 1821. The Dutch commander Hendrik Merkus de Kock succeeded in coming to an agreement with the Sultan.

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  • 1876. A.J.A. Gerlach. Nederlandse heldenfeiten in Oost Indë. Drie delen. Gebroeders

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