The Dutch colonial house (known as the Dutch Colony House, Dutch House of Commons, Dutch Colonial House) was established in 1661 as the largest colony in the Netherlands, and the seat of government for the colony.
It was also the largest and wealthiest colony in Europe, with a population of more than 8 million people.
During the American Revolutionary War, the Dutch colonial House of Representatives was instrumental in the defeat of British forces in Philadelphia.
During this time, the colonial house’s power increased with the rise of the United States as a global power, and became even more powerful in the aftermath of World War I. In the years that followed, the Colonial House of Lords, an independent parliament established by the Dutch government, became the chief institution of government.
The Netherlands’ power increased even further after the creation of the European Union in 1973.
During World War II, the House of House was responsible for the military operation in Germany and Austria.
During and after the war, the Netherlands also took a role in establishing a NATO member state, which was later called the United Kingdom.
At the end of World