Royal Air Force pilots managed only a few kills in the Brewster, as did Dutch pilots in the Netherlands East Indies.
What does NEI stand for?
NEI stands for Netherlands East Indies
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We have 117 other meanings of NEI in our Acronym Attic
- New England Horror Writers (est. 2001)
- No Enjoyment, Hard Work
- North East Hants Youth League
- National Education Institute (Slovenia)
- National Elevator Industry
- National Emission Inventory
- National Executive Institute (FBI Academy)
- National Expertise Index (Canada)
- National Eye Institute (NIH)
- Nederlands Economisch Instituut (Dutch: Netherlands Economic Institute)
Samples in periodicals archive:
The UK had a thriving cable manufacturing industry; a fleet of cable ships to lay cables and haul them up for repairs; and a lock on the world supply of "gutta percha," a form of latex wrap harvested from trees in the Netherlands East Indies and Malaya.
Gregory Forth, introduces the intended English-speaking audience to the virtually unknown and unpublished report penned in 1940 by Louis Fontijne, a Dutch colonial officer stationed in the Timor region of the Netherlands East Indies.
Because of the deteriorating political situation with the United States, United Kingdom, and Netherlands East Indies, the future of Japan's oil reserve and supply was in danger.
The notion of modernity was an obsession in the minds of those who read translated Western literature in the Netherlands East Indies in the late nineteenth century, and this helped to produce the hopes invested in the Indonesian national revolution of 1945-49.
Firstly, the Costa Rica Packet affair provides rare glimpses of day-to-day British commercial life in the remote eastern islands of the Netherlands East Indies in the mid to late nineteenth century.
In March 1942, he spotted a contingent of Netherlands East Indies Air Force B-25s sitting on an airfield near Melbourne.