Why the Aceh War in Indonesia Lasted so Long

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The Aceh War was a long and bloody conflict that lasted from 1873 to 1913 between the Sultanate of Aceh, located in what is now the Indonesian province of Aceh, and the Kingdom of the Netherlands. The Dutch had been trying to establish control over the lucrative Acehnese pepper trade, but faced fierce resistance from the Acehnese.

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