Kwaku Dua I

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Kwaku Dua Panin (born Fredua Agyeman; c. 1797 – 27 April 1867) was the eighth Asantehene of the Kingdom of Ashanti from 25 August 1834 until his death.wikipedia
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Belanda Hitam

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On 18 March 1837, Kwaku Dua Panin signed an agreement with King William I of the Netherlands to provide Ashanti recruits, a thousand of whom would join the Dutch East Indies Army within a year in exchange for guns.
After lengthy negotiations, an agreement was concluded with King Kwaku Dua.

Kwasi Boachi

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As part of the deal, two Ashanti princes, Kwasi Boachi—Kwaku Dua Panin's son—and Kwame Poku, were to be educated in the Netherlands.
Kwasi Boachi (24 April 1827 – 9 June 1904) was a Prince of Asanteman who was sent to the Netherlands together with his cousin, Kwame Poku, in 1837, by his father, King Kwaku Dua Panin, to receive education as part of larger negotiations between the Ashanti and the Dutch about the recruitment of Ashanti soldiers for the Dutch East Indies Army.

Osei Yaw Akoto

In 1834, Kwaku Dua Panin succeeded Osei Yaw Akoto.

Kofi Karikari

Kofi KakariKing Karikari
Kwaku Dua Panin died suddenly on 24 April 1867; he was succeeded by Kofi Karikari.
1837–c. 1884) was the tenth King of the Kingdom of Ashanti, and grandnephew of Kwaku Dua I, whose sudden death in April 1867 sparked internal strife about the succession.

List of rulers of Asante

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1797 – 27 April 1867) was the eighth Asantehene of the Kingdom of Ashanti from 25 August 1834 until his death.

Ashanti Empire

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1797 – 27 April 1867) was the eighth Asantehene of the Kingdom of Ashanti from 25 August 1834 until his death.

Gyaaman

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Prince Kwaku Dua took part in the fighting against the Gyaman, a state 200 km north of Kumasi, from 1818 to 1819, and particularly distinguished himself in combat when he commanded a division in the battle of Katamanso in 1826.

Kumasi

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Prince Kwaku Dua took part in the fighting against the Gyaman, a state 200 km north of Kumasi, from 1818 to 1819, and particularly distinguished himself in combat when he commanded a division in the battle of Katamanso in 1826. Jacob Huydecoper, a Gold Coast Euro-African from Elmina, opened a recruitment agency in Kumasi to this end.

Dodowa Forest

battle of Katamanso
Prince Kwaku Dua took part in the fighting against the Gyaman, a state 200 km north of Kumasi, from 1818 to 1819, and particularly distinguished himself in combat when he commanded a division in the battle of Katamanso in 1826.

Royal Netherlands Army

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Witnessing the frequent human sacrifices in Ashanti, the Dutch were convinced that the Ashanti and had vast manpower, some of which could be made available to the Royal Dutch Army.

William I of the Netherlands

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On 18 March 1837, Kwaku Dua Panin signed an agreement with King William I of the Netherlands to provide Ashanti recruits, a thousand of whom would join the Dutch East Indies Army within a year in exchange for guns.

Royal Netherlands East Indies Army

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On 18 March 1837, Kwaku Dua Panin signed an agreement with King William I of the Netherlands to provide Ashanti recruits, a thousand of whom would join the Dutch East Indies Army within a year in exchange for guns.

Jacob Huydecoper

Jacob Huidecoper
Jacob Huydecoper, a Gold Coast Euro-African from Elmina, opened a recruitment agency in Kumasi to this end.

Gold Coast Euro-Africans

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Jacob Huydecoper, a Gold Coast Euro-African from Elmina, opened a recruitment agency in Kumasi to this end.

Elmina

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Jacob Huydecoper, a Gold Coast Euro-African from Elmina, opened a recruitment agency in Kumasi to this end.

History of the Delft University of Technology

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Boachi eventually graduated from the Royal Academy of Delft and became the first black mining engineer in the Netherlands who would go on to have a distinguished career in the East Indies.

Gonja people

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From 1841 to 1844, Kwaku Dua Panin fought against the Gonja and Dagomba to the north.

Dagomba people

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From 1841 to 1844, Kwaku Dua Panin fought against the Gonja and Dagomba to the north.