Dutch Expedition to Palembang 1821


Fleet Formed1821ref:821
Fleet Disbanded1821ref:821

Introduction

Following an earlier attempt, the Dutch successfully sent naval and military forces to the Sultanate of Palembang in 1821 to establish a garrison there. Two years later, in 1823, the sultanate was abolished by the Dutch and annexed to the Dutch East-Indies.



ShipJoinedLeftCommanderNotes
Dageraad (44) 18211821 Fleet disbanded
Van der Werff (44) 18211821 Fleet disbanded
Zeepaard (28) 18211821 Fleet disbanded
Sirene (20) 18211821 Fleet disbanded
Ajax (18) 18211821 Fleet disbanded
Venus (20) 18211821 Fleet disbanded
Zwaluw (18) 18211821 Fleet disbanded
Emma 18211821 Fleet disbanded


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