The Treaty of Tuntang was a contract to transfer Dutch rule to the British throughout the archipelago, including the Dutch bases, which contained a contract: and in the end Janssen declared surrender to General Auchmuty. The Dutch suffered a defeat of the war by the British army, so that the treaty was triggered. The contract took place around 1811 in the village of Tuntang. Tuntang Village is now located in the administrative area of the Semarang sub-district of Tuntang. The treaty created a new chapter of the Indonesian occupation by the British for five years from 1811 to 1816, the British remain in power of government and power in Indonesia. The British government was marked by a treaty that began in 1811 at the head of Thomas Stamford Raffles, and only until 1816 the signing of the treaty on indonesia`s return to the Dutch and the end of British rule in Indonesia. Raffles was appointed deputy governor to govern and improve trade and security. To complete your overviews, please read the following 23 illustrations Once you know Figure 23, please continue to describe the raffle actions during his reign in Indonesia. The bankruptcy of the VOC led to the abolition of the VOC in 1799 and the Nusantara government was immediately handed over to the Dutch government.
The Treaty of Tuntang was the beginning of British colonialism in the archipelago or Indonesia at the time, which became governor of the British government in Nusantara. Herman Willem Daendels sold public land to the private sector to stabilize finances, which was a violation of the law.