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5 February, 07:53

In the seventeenth century the dominant European presence in the Southeast Asia shifted from

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  1. 5 February, 08:30
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    In the seventeenth century the dominant European presence in the Southeast Asia shifted from conquest to settlement, after several insurrections that arose in the Asian islands, but that were flatly suppressed, Spanish sovereignty was definitively established throughout the region. With the entry of the House of Bourbon in the reign of Spain, the reforms made by Philip V to the country and the colonies was imposed without problems to the Captaincy General of the Philippines. During this century, expeditions of vital importance to the Pacific were made.
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