The Netherlands is Controlling China, And Trying To Takeover The World Economy...

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Jack Chapple

Jack Chapple

3 ай бұрын

This is the town of Veldhoven in the netherlands. Its a fairly modest town with a population of 45,500. But what if I told you, that the entire world economy, is based around this town. Because, what is happening here, in Veldhoven, has been catching the attention of the worlds superpowers. In fact, something that is happening here, quietly, in the background, just might dramatically change the world for the better of humanity, cause a full on economic collapse, and maybe, just maybe, make an old empire rise once again.
This is the rotte River. Around the year 900 AD, a few dozen people lived along this river. However, over the next few hundred years, those few dozen people grew into a village with over 500 people. However, just as the village seemed to be reaching new heights, a massive flood of the river came and wiped out most of infrastructure of the village. And for 100 years, because of the flooding, this area didn’t recover. But then, the area became an area that would become one of the most important economic projects in history.
In the mid 1200’s, the Rotte River had a Dam built along it which helped reclaim a lot of the flooded land that the river destroyed a century earlier. Soonafter, King William the 4th of Holland officially made the village apart of Holland, and named it RotterDam after the river, and the dam which allowed the village to exist.
King William then announced a Canal project for Rotterdam, which would allow ships to enter and leave the city fairly easily. And it was this Canal project which would accidentally change the world as we know it today.
You see, the Canal in the 1300’s, did help bolster the local economy of Rotterdam but at the time, ship technology, and International trade were pretty limited. So for the time being, this Port and Canal was pretty much only used for trade between nearby countries.
But then, a strange thing happened. A race to become the new great empire of the world was underway. Spain, Portugal, and Britain all began inventing new ship technologies to expand their empires throughout the world. And over the next several centuries, globalization and colonization became rampant throughout the world. And all of a sudden, the port of Rotterdam, became one of the largest trading Hubs in the world.
You see, in the 1600s, as other empires like the british, spanish, and portuguese were focused on expanding their empire and seeing how much land they could conquer, the Dutch focused on controlling a few select countries, and creating trading posts, resource exploitations, and forts, rather than large expansive swaths of land.
Also during this time, the Netherlands also transitioned their economic policy towards having free markets, property rights for all, and high levels of agricultural and technological investment, therefore the Netherlands became known as the worlds first modern economy.
And because of all these reasons, the NEtherlands soon became known as the Dutch empire. The dutch controlled global trade, and dictated which nations were able to have access to key resources like spices, Rye, and luxuries,
By 1670, half of all european trade came from Dutch ships, and flowed through the ports of Rotterdam and Amsterdam.
Think about that, at the time of some of the largest empires in history, the Netherlands, who had a population of only about 2 million people, dominated world trade.
And I know what you are probably asking. What happened to this trade empire? Well, it actually never really went anywhere.
You see, even after its decolonization of its empire, the Dutch quietly have been one of the biggest trading nations in the world.
If you were to take a look at the top exporters of goods in the world, you would see something that may catch your eye.
The top exporters may seem obvious, as they are China, the United States, Germany, and Japan. Those nations have been the kings of exports for decades, and they all have very large populations. So that makes sense.
But who do you think is the next largest exporter of goods? Is it an old power like the UK or france? How about a large populous country like brazil or India? Maybe its an upcoming manufacturing powerhouse like indonesia?
Well. As it turns out. The Netherlands, is still one of the top exporters of goods in the world. Despite having a population of only 19 million people today, the Dutch
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Jack Chapple
Jack Chapple 3 ай бұрын
Oh hi :) Netherlands OP
Jordan Warrington
Jordan Warrington 3 ай бұрын
Welcome back, I hope you stick around. :)
Lisa Palmer
Lisa Palmer 3 ай бұрын
He lives! Welcome back, Jack
Martinhio Lacizz
Martinhio Lacizz 3 ай бұрын
Let Op!
venomTang 3 ай бұрын
you're alive? what else have you been up to?
David 3 ай бұрын
I love your videos, but I would like to see a list of your sources that you use for your videos please. Thank you!
Liam !84488282
Liam !84488282 3 ай бұрын
The Netherlands is definitely the best historical example of "playing tall" if the world was just a bunch of paradox games.
Dark 282
Dark 282 3 ай бұрын
yeah only mistake he made was about our population saying it is 19 milion
Carrot 3 ай бұрын
@Dark 282 maybe in a couple years or decades lol
Kep Spark
Kep Spark 3 ай бұрын
What do you mean?
Liam !84488282
Liam !84488282 3 ай бұрын
@Kep Spark you don't play any paradox games like EU4, Vicky 2/3, or Hoi4 do you?
RoadTrain 3 ай бұрын
@Kep Spark Not much ground but very technologically advanced.
Faas Ramaekers
Faas Ramaekers 2 ай бұрын
Netherlands really chose the right civilisation and got the agriculture bonus and did the right research 💀 Definitely 5 million power at least
Bob Loerakker
Bob Loerakker 2 ай бұрын
Don't forget the polders😁
Valentino_CP 2 ай бұрын
DRIKAN 2 ай бұрын
Civilization intensifies
William 2 ай бұрын
Don't forget the flowermarkets
Kyazumi zerk
Kyazumi zerk 2 ай бұрын
Don't forget dam building and dikes.
Bruder Gustavo
Bruder Gustavo 2 ай бұрын
Fun Fact within the monopoly of ASML there lies another one. ASML is dependend on a german company which has a monopoly on some of the components that ASML needs to have for their chipmaking machines.
Ari Sioz
Ari Sioz 2 ай бұрын
Toast 2 ай бұрын
We can join together!
the truth is here
the truth is here 2 ай бұрын
Philips is dutch
Miiaauww 2 ай бұрын
Still ASML is the only company capable of of ever building such a great machine for chips. The Chinese bought a machine and tried to rebuild it then selves but they didn’t succeed. This shows the amazing craftmanship from ASML and they are the only ones with that great craftmanship. So basically everybody is still depend of ASML, just because of great craftmanship.
Toast 2 ай бұрын
@Miiaauww yea we saw the video pall but Germany and NL must unite because that would be funny
Jefzelif 2 ай бұрын
Some economists have projected that both the U.S. and parts of Europe could slip into a recession for a portion of 2023. A global recession, defined as a contraction in annual global per capita income, is more rare because China and emerging markets often grow faster than more developed economies. Essentially the world economy is considered to be in recession if economic growth falls behind population growth.
Tony Eugene Bell
Tony Eugene Bell 2 ай бұрын
My main concern is now how can we generate more revenue during quantitative times? I can't afford to see my savings crumble to dust.
Kenneth walsh
Kenneth walsh 2 ай бұрын
It's a delicate season now, so you can do little or nothing on your own. Hence I will suggest you get yourself a financial market expert that can provide you with valuable financial information and assistance
Joshua Owen
Joshua Owen 2 ай бұрын
No. GDP is the strongest indicator for recession not earnings... Wages rarely fall during recessions. All four of the past recessions in the US have been global recessions. In fact, globalism almost ensures if a large economic player experiences a recession it will go global. And population has nothing to do with it directly but could impact GDP.
maggie calos
maggie calos Ай бұрын
I really enjoy documentaries on countries and their history ,this one is well presented. Thank you 👍
Michel 2 ай бұрын
Loved you started with the history. Would have been nice to note that "the Dutch empire" was bassicly a buisness, they started as the first "stock exchange" in the world. People from europe, like spain, bought stocks into the comapy and started a militaire. Because of the windmills to started to create shipping boats faster by using itnas a cutter fornthe wood. If I am not misstaken
TIENOEZZZ j 2 ай бұрын
it's not the netherlands you're talking about, it's a dutch company called VOC.
Dionysos 2 ай бұрын
It's also worth noting that the British Empire also started as a business precisely because British entrepreneurs copied the Dutch model.This video misrepresents that part of the story. The British Empire became about physical colonisation later on and this was largely driven by wars and competition, rather than any original masterplan.
Fernando Dupuis Grawe
Fernando Dupuis Grawe 2 ай бұрын
The oldest stock exchange in the world started in Antwerp, Belgium in 1460 under the rule of Philip the Good. It traded financial securities primarily bonds. The Antwerp stock exchange also became the first to keep written records of its trading.
Margot Margot
Margot Margot Ай бұрын
first stock market Venice in 1300
Smiley Warhead
Smiley Warhead 3 ай бұрын
The power of the Netherlands has always been Europe's greatest unkept secret
Mintberry Crunch
Mintberry Crunch 3 ай бұрын
I love ❤ the Netherlands *but* it's the superpowers that have the smiley warheads 🚀 😫
Tethloach1 3 ай бұрын
Did it get that power from France, Germany, Italy, and Greece? or did it always have it?
ReznoV Vazileski
ReznoV Vazileski 3 ай бұрын
The sneakiest thing about locating our masterplan to dominate the world in Veldhoven is that even Dutch people regularly forget that Veldhoven exists. Make all the videos you want nobody will ever remember what we're doing >:) Also fun fact, by the time the rest of the world caught up to UV lithography, ASML already has bought the patents to a tried and tested new method from a starter company that went bankrupt but left an idea that gets transistors even smaller than photons physically ever could :P
ReznoV Vazileski
ReznoV Vazileski 3 ай бұрын
@Just Me I actually had an internship for the company (MAPPPER Delft) ASML bought the electron lithography plans from so I imagine I am more part of it than you if you wanna get serious about it. Don't think my ability to guess how you spell Veldhoven has anything to do with that. But you could also just pretend that a sense of humor exists and this was meant satirical like a normal human being just saying.
Jeroen Derks
Jeroen Derks 2 ай бұрын
Moepowerplant 2 ай бұрын
Veldhoven: I was able to rise to the top of chipmaking tech...... from zero. Dutch: What is a Veldhoven?
Steven Satak
Steven Satak 2 ай бұрын
You forgot to add "Muahahaha!"
NetNeo 3 ай бұрын
A minor addition would be that it isn't ASML that's choosing to trade with China or the USA but rather those are restrictions put in place by the Dutch government on behalf of the USA. I'm sure there's a hefty financial and diplomatic incentive for it. But the company ASML itself doesn't have much to say about it.
東京 Taisu
東京 Taisu 2 ай бұрын
Marcel Cox
Marcel Cox 2 ай бұрын
The USA are a bully when it comes to force foreign companies to follow their sanctions. German banks had to learn this the hard ware when it came to Iran sanctions. Also, over the years, ASML bought a number of other companies to build a complete solution portfolio for their clients. As such, they also now have development sites in the USA and as such they have to follow restrictions imposed by the USA. In essence, they simply had no choice.
Mayank Bisht
Mayank Bisht 2 ай бұрын
Major patents for chip manufacturing are held by US so yeah they can easily restrict use of their patents.
東京 Taisu
東京 Taisu 2 ай бұрын
@Marcel Cox the US might be a bully but there were times Germany and the UK ran the world and compared to that we'd much more have the US
Cameron Oliver
Cameron Oliver 2 ай бұрын
Very interesting. It's not true though that other empires were more focused on land than trade, most were focused on trade and only took land to control the trade. The Netherlands has always punched above its weight and is still a great place. 👍
charcharodonto 2 ай бұрын
Not entirely true, as most of the empries were also very keen on spreading their religion, and thus needed to take and control land to facilitate that. cant build a church if you have no land to build that on. And sometimes that conflicted with the trade.
J. van der Son
J. van der Son 3 ай бұрын
Great video Jack. Hereby a few additions to the map at 3:00: Australia was discovered by the Dutch in 1606 and they called it Nieuw Holland, but abandoned it shortly after because there was nothing of interest for trade. The Dutch explorer Abel Tasman was also first European to set foot on the island east of it which he called Nieuw Zeeland (after the province Zeeland) and the island Tasmania, which he also discovered was named after him.
Tomás Rodrigues
Tomás Rodrigues 3 ай бұрын
Australia was discovered by portugal. There were maps dating the 16th century in which the coast of australia was cartographed in detail with the name of more or less 120 locations in Portuguese. Research the historian Peter Trickett.
DEEPJYOTI DAS 3 ай бұрын
Australia was always there with its aboriginal position. Europeans got to know about Australia in 1606, and for aboriginal people rest is history.
J. van der Son
J. van der Son 3 ай бұрын
@Tomás Rodrigues I love Portugal and happy that we are all one big European family now 🇪🇺
Bram 2 ай бұрын
The map is places controlled by the Netherlands, but like you said Tasman only discovered it and the Dutch never controlled it, so the map is fine
Nordikaventurier 2 ай бұрын
New York was first called New Amsterdam
James Harrison
James Harrison Ай бұрын
With markets tumbling, inflation soaring, the Fed imposing large interest-rate hike, while treasury yields are rising rapidly-which means more red ink for portfolios this quarter. How can I profit from the current volatile market, I'm still at a crossroads deciding if to liquidate my $125k bond/stocck portfolio
James George
James George Ай бұрын
Me too. I thought about investing in the financial market, I heard that people make millions if you know the tricks of the trade, but I lack good knowledge and a strategy to outperform the market and generate good yields. I have $160,000 but it's hard to bite the bullet and do it. Money is hard to come by
Serena Smith
Serena Smith Ай бұрын
@Jane Viella Exactly how can I get in touch with Sofia Erailda Sema, what are her services, is she verifiable, do you think she can help me, I live in Canada
Serena Smith
Serena Smith Ай бұрын
I just looked up the broker you suggested on Google and I'm incredibly impressed with her credentials,so thank you for sharing. I scheduled a phone call with her.
Rolls Royce
Rolls Royce 3 ай бұрын
Netherlands has always amazed me as it's a Trillion dollars trade super power with just 18 million people.
Sven Vdw
Sven Vdw 3 ай бұрын
Because free market and entrepreneurship is a religion In holland. It's embedded in their DNA
C C 3 ай бұрын
Same as singapore
Raj K.
Raj K. 3 ай бұрын
Netherlands is actually underrated compared to Germany or Nordic countries.
Medeli World
Medeli World 3 ай бұрын
@Sven Vdw Another former colonial nation which got its ill gotten wealth from exploitation of the Chinese and Indonesian for centuries.
mplewp 2 ай бұрын
as a belgian i fully respect my dutch friends :P you guys helped me save tenthousands of euros on car repairs :P by just being better engineers than the germans xD
Dangleben 2 ай бұрын
Zolang je niet gaat vissen in de Sahara 💪
DryTaste 2 ай бұрын
Youtubeforcedme 2 ай бұрын
Thanks for the beers my Southern friends ;-)
FRL_Panda 2 ай бұрын
It's engineers ripping you off.
Catharina Loonen
Catharina Loonen 2 ай бұрын
I'm Dutch, and while ASML is a household name, I couldn't have told you what they do except for 'be a really big employer'. Thanks for educating me!
Aaron 2 ай бұрын
Absoluut, ik denk dat weinig mensen dit weten. Nu mogen we Nederland ook een Tech Super Power noemen. We moeten gewoon trots hierop zijn. Dus, we zijn 'klein, maar dapper 😉'.
Aaron 2 ай бұрын
@Casper Ja, inderdaad, dat is ook duidelijk in de video, een nauwe partnership met NAVO, juist hierdoor.
Étoine de Vries
Étoine de Vries 2 ай бұрын
De avondshow met Arjen Lubach recently did an episode on this very thing actually
RichardK1719 2 ай бұрын
Another thing about ASML and their machines, the machines need ASML personel to operate them. So even when some company gets their hands on those machines, they still need ASML to use the technology to make the chips. They cant just take them apart and copy it bc its way and way to complex. Btw really good video! I enjoyed it alot!
Its me drooms
Its me drooms 2 ай бұрын
It’s overlooked that The Netherlands was a global superpower at one time. Their technology developed to harness the power of the wind was a part of that. I wasn’t aware to what extent the Dutch are still such an economic powerhouse coupled with next level technological innovation.
Sean Baggen
Sean Baggen 2 ай бұрын
As the Duthch republic it was at best a regional power, definitely not an equal to France or England.
Its me drooms
Its me drooms 2 ай бұрын
@Sean Baggen They definitely were a global colonial power, but as the video points out they didn’t try to take over continents like the English, they were smarter and transitioned into a world economic power apparently, bigger than France or England economically in terms of exports.
Sean Baggen
Sean Baggen 2 ай бұрын
@Its me drooms I mean they were a colonial power sure, but they were absolutely no match for France and England, exports or no
Samanthwalter Archie
Samanthwalter Archie 2 ай бұрын
Nobody can become financially successful over night. They put in background work but we tend to see the finished part. Fear is a dangerous component, hindering us from taking bold steps we need in other to reach our goals.
ARTHUR LESTER 2 ай бұрын
I think it's not always about fear, Sometimes realistic factors discourage people from reaching their goals in life. For instance, I've tried investing in the stock market several times but always got discouraged by fluctuations of stock value
ARTHUR LESTER 2 ай бұрын
@Azadeh Leila Oh that sounds good but how do i reach out to MARTHA ALONSO HARA ?
ARTHUR LESTER 2 ай бұрын
@Azadeh Leila OKay i just found her website very impressive and dropped a message for her.,. i hope she reply me.
Charlotte Elizabeth
Charlotte Elizabeth 2 ай бұрын
@ARTHUR LESTER MARTHA ALONSO HARA her trading strategies is working for me for more than a year now and I’m making good profit from the stock market and she's 100% honest, reputable and trustworthy
Jan B
Jan B 3 ай бұрын
Coming from Veldhoven, it's been amazing to see ASML explode over the last two decades. Also, none of those Dutch city shots are from Veldhoven.
Kaeldorn 3 ай бұрын
Noticed this too. It would be kind of like talking about Boston and showing footage of New York and Miami because it looks more iconic 😆
Laura Palmer
Laura Palmer 2 ай бұрын
Zo zie je maar, niet alles geloven wat we horen of zien.
Precursor 2 ай бұрын
Ik bedoel maar, misschien bestaat Veldhoven wel helemaal niet. Wie weet, ben jij er wel eens geweest? Ik niet.
tagsaretrue 2 ай бұрын
@Precursor Ik woon en leef toch wel echt in Veldhoven man hahaa dus helaas bestaat t wel
Freedom Privilege
Freedom Privilege 2 ай бұрын
I was born in the Netherlands and can say the people there are very industrious and innovative. A small country but with a big heart and vision.
sebke CCU
sebke CCU 2 ай бұрын
I agree, I think Netherlands and Belgium (Flanders) have a special adaptive population, they are the only countries where you can speak any language and this helps them work anywhere or allow any international company to function without communication problems. If you checkout france, germany,spain,etc. those populations only want to speak their own languages and make it difficult for international players to put important infrastructure.
mauzzz 2 ай бұрын
think you're talking about the 00's and before generation, sadly people starting school etc right now are mostly to dumb to do anything.
Szatan Klejot Nilu
Szatan Klejot Nilu 2 ай бұрын
yes i agree with you. We have AJAX and strongest farmers army i the world. We sit quiet in the corner making people thinking that all we have is flowers and mills meanwhile building a background for world dominance xD
ro8inmorgan 2 ай бұрын
@sebke CCU Kinda agree on this. I'm from the Netherlands and as a child being able to also speak english while having dutch parents was just a normal thing. Most of our cartoons and movies for kids where never dubbed and always just in English. But only as an adult when starting to travel to different countries I was so surprised how bad people are at speaking English. It really took me a while to realize this is really just a dutch thing. I don't know why but English just came as a second language when growing up and never really stood still by the fact that this is actually weird. We were always told as kids that this is important because we are a small country and that we need to be able to work on a global scale. I never realized this is really a dutch thing, but I'm kind of happy I grew up with this the world is your playground mentality. Do your business everywhere but always bring home the goods is what we get fed here from a very early age. Unfortunately I must say that with these newer generations this mindset is getting a bit lost now. For example nowadays all movies and cartoons are dubbed in dutch and in schools they teach allot less about that international mindset. Also many dutch politicians nowadays look at other countries as an example and also inhibit their us first practices, losing some of our dutch culture in the process. We were never this nationalists type of country and we were always open to explore. But sadly the nationalist mentality is growing here and there's even people who want the Netherlands out of the EU and separate ourselves as a country from the world. They think that things will go better this way but they don't realize that The Netherlands has always been a world hub and that's actually what made is do so well.
Koen Wijnen
Koen Wijnen 2 ай бұрын
Lol the netherlands is quickly dying
The Noble Savage
The Noble Savage 2 ай бұрын
I just read the book Chip Wars, it was excellent. My first thought upon completion of it was without ASML the tech world stops. Even Intel needs them.
sgtjackles 2 ай бұрын
The Netherlands is one of the few countries id be ok with taking over the world tbh
Kt Carter
Kt Carter 2 ай бұрын
As long as Rutte isn't in power. 😅 The Netherlands from 15 years ago maybe.
DrJordan Ай бұрын
Read about the dutch empire and reconsider your position
Guido C.
Guido C. 2 ай бұрын
As a Dutchman, I can respond to this video with some nuanced smirk :) Yes, the Netherlands appeared to be quite successful during the centuries since they emerged as a loosely unified republic inside larger European imperial constraints. The Dutch could benefit from their relative defensive geography (much water, impeding large armies to enter and attack), whilst acting relatively independently from their theoretical rulers. Experience with international trade probably started with the Hanze union of cities, during which trade was mostly limited to sea-faring between countries at the Baltic Sea and the North Sea. The mindset of independence initiated the drive to explore ways to improve ship building for the peoples' own sake, and not for the sake of the remote ruler. Holland became a place for others to which they would resort, as a place of freedom and lack of persecution. By the way, "Holland" is not a synonym for "the Netherlands", as the East and South were more affected by foreign rule than the core-land that became known as Holland. Thick books have been written about the history of this small country, so we should not try to condense too much into a few sentences. It seems remarkable though, that we do no hear that often the mentioning of the way in which mighty Great-Britain lost several sea battles against this small country, in which the Raid on the Medway is perhaps the most iconic one. The British do not like to be reminded of those defeats, and who can blame them?
Top W
Top W 2 ай бұрын
Een hele boek geschreven
coopz76 2 ай бұрын
As an Englishman, with all the benefits of the British education system.........I had no idea about these navel battles ( I just can't bring myself to call them defeats, just coes we lost lol) until I visited the Rijksmuseum. The Spanish armada however.......😆
Paul Shelton
Paul Shelton 2 ай бұрын
There is no better compliment than someone bragging about beating you...
Von oost
Von oost 2 ай бұрын
@coopz76we are all turning into a caliphate anyways. Our culture is fading away
TBtijger 2 ай бұрын
Fun fact: when the Dutch empire was at its peak, the naval fleet of the Dutch empire was over twice as large as the French and British naval fleet combined! I am a Dutchmen myself and I still live in the Netherlands and I can confirm we are working on a project to upgrade our economy.
Adam Thomas
Adam Thomas Ай бұрын
Proved to be real "survivors" these Dutch - have never been stopped yet! 🙂
paddotk Ай бұрын
'a project' haha
JCGver Ай бұрын
@paddotk Wait till you see project "Sailing clog" in action...
Jan van Doren
Jan van Doren 3 ай бұрын
I was born and raised in Veldhoven. Did my schooling there and studied in Eindhoven. During my study in the early 90’s, as part of a project, me and some fellow students did an interview with someone from the startup company ASML. Little did we know it would become THE major player in IT. I am still proud to hear about ASML. Not only because it started in the town that I was born, but also as a student to talk with them in the early days.
АшатаН 3 ай бұрын
Russian power! The main engineer of ASML, the man behind most of their latest innovations is Russian.
yfelwulf 3 ай бұрын
Netherlands has caved in seeing its share of the Chip Market evaporate it's selling more Lithography machines to China in desperation as the Chip market under US domination implodes with sales crashing world wide. China produces all the low to medium chips it can use. With new technologies about to replace current lithography techniques ie Photonic and Gallenium Chip technology developing at an awesome pace in China. Once these hit the market no one will want old slow technologies. China also does most of the world's Chip testing and has developed equipment to test 3nm Chips along with other patents. The only thing seriously affected is mobile phone Chips. They also have the world's fastest super Computer dwarfing US technology it is about to go into serial production. What's 5hst you say China steals everything. Yeah and Israelistan is not supporting Nazis in UKRAINE.
Kevin 3 ай бұрын
@yfelwulf yada yada yada
A_Moleperson 3 ай бұрын
Holy shit what happened to this comment section...
Nymphithys 2 ай бұрын
Great video. Proud of you guys, Veldhoven and Rotterdam! Also proud of my own home city, of which video footage is used in literally EVERY international documentary about the Netherlands, no matter what the subject is❤
Hope 2 ай бұрын
Recently, I am reading the Neglected Formosa, a translation from the Dutch of Frederic Coyett’s ‘t Verwaerloosde Formosa. It is so interesting to understand the connection between Dutch and Formosa(Taiwan) in the 17th century and compare it with the connection between ASML and TSMC in the 21st century. Geologically, so far away but technologically, so intertwined.
Lirst Fast
Lirst Fast Ай бұрын
Exactly. A lot of companies passed on TSMC when it first started, but ASML smartly didn't. In no small part TSMC made ASML what it is today and the vice versa.
Simon van Wees
Simon van Wees 2 ай бұрын
I lived in Veldhoven in the 90's and saw ASML being built. I lived pretty close by and cycled on the road next to it every day. Last few decades i live in Rotterdam😄. You forgot to mention that New York and perhaps much of the USA could actually have been Dutch, or maybe hold the Dutch language.
Elie Kh
Elie Kh Ай бұрын
I'm learning Dutch and I do not wish that upon any poor soul 🤣🤣🤣 But I'm Belgian and do wish to move to the Netherlands when I'm done with my studies 🥰 I love the Netherlands
UFOB | Your UAP Library
UFOB | Your UAP Library 2 ай бұрын
Stock market was also invented in the low countries. And company shares too. Founded New Amsterdam on Manhattan and the colony spanned present day New York State, NJ and Delaware. The coin was the Daalder. Which became Dollar.
Cake or Death
Cake or Death 2 ай бұрын
Daalder is basically Arnold Schwarzenegger saying Dollar.
Edwin Hofstra
Edwin Hofstra 2 ай бұрын
​@Cake or Death That's because daalder is derived from Thaler (from Joachimstahl) the coin of choice of the Hanze. It was translated into Dutch as both daalder and daller. The last name made it to England where it was mispronounced as dollar, and the rest is history.
UFOB | Your UAP Library
UFOB | Your UAP Library 2 ай бұрын
@Edwin Hofstra Yes but the Dutch colonists took the word Daalder, derived from Joachims Thaler to the new world.
Marcel Brouwer
Marcel Brouwer Ай бұрын
the yankees werden jan en kees mee bedoeld
Roberto Rebel
Roberto Rebel 2 ай бұрын
Went to Belgium for vacation as a Dutchy and went on a tour trough some defensive tunnels and a castle there and the tour guide told me after telling her I was dutch that the Dutchmen then had made the whole fort after that the Belgium people were to lazy and just started the first few meters they took over the town made its defences and left again 😂 she said if they didn’t do it the French might have took the town 😂
Fernando Dupuis Grawe
Fernando Dupuis Grawe 2 ай бұрын
They said that due your farmer cheese face. Period. and comments like this is the reason why Belgians (Flemish incl) dislike the classic "Dutchy". With all due respect btw
Munster Fan
Munster Fan 3 ай бұрын
It was Otto Von Bismarck, the Iron Chancellor that said "if the Dutch lived in Ireland, they'd feed the world; and if the Irish lived in Holland, they'd drown."
Marcus Franconium
Marcus Franconium 3 ай бұрын
Otto von bismarck had some great quotes for most nations for america he had this: Otto von Bismarck Quote: “God has a special providence for fools, drunks, and the United States of America.” The Americans are a very lucky people. They're bordered to the north and south by weak neighbors, and to the east and west by fish. Otto von Bismarck.
HooDat DonDar
HooDat DonDar 3 ай бұрын
@Marcus Franconium It was that isolation that made it immune in a way none of the other major powers had. Thus the luck.
Steven Lyons
Steven Lyons 3 ай бұрын
As an Irish German American the quotes make me laugh
Richard Davenport
Richard Davenport 3 ай бұрын
Saint Wretched
Saint Wretched 3 ай бұрын
When splitting influence between the East and West, Netherlands gave new meaning to the phrase "go Dutch"!
Curious Mitch
Curious Mitch 2 ай бұрын
During the period when Japan closed itself off from the rest of the world there was only one country allowed to trade with them, the Netherlands. I had wondered, "Why them?" but now it makes sense!
muurrarium 2 ай бұрын
It makes a HUGE difference if you come somewhere to coorperate instead of dominate ;) ** The japanese 'powers-to-be' set strict limits on the places where there was contact, and the Dutch went "okay, we can deal with that", while the portugese were trying to implement their own social structure (as well as belief) on the japanese (who did not really appreciate the effort). (** not that we have clean hands in that regard!! we behaved extremely bad in Indonesia etc. But all in all we always have been better at "let's find a middle ground, and make everybody happy and prosperous" instead of "bow down to your new ruler and give us all your worldy possesions")
Hessel Dijkstra
Hessel Dijkstra Ай бұрын
Decima near Nagasaki.
gartnl 2 ай бұрын
On another note: most likely every device you own has a Dutch invention inside, namely I2C for communication between IC's and Bluetooth. And don't forget that your navigation relies on originally Dutch algorithms. Yes, we do export quite a lot, but are basically a knowledge driven economy. And despite those great inventions we are still best known for the 'Smurf Song' and 'Radar Love' ....
sadman shakib
sadman shakib 3 ай бұрын
Nice video. I feel proud to work as an engineer in ASML thinking my day-to-day work leaves a big footprint in the world.
Ted Crilly
Ted Crilly 3 ай бұрын
why are smaller chips important? why not just use big chips? I don't care if my laptop is 10sq cms bigger.
Goldw4r 2 ай бұрын
​@Ted Crilly chips are also used in mobile phones
peter troep
peter troep 2 ай бұрын
@Ted Crilly your laptop will use the battery way quicker
L Bollen
L Bollen 2 ай бұрын
@Ted Crilly It takes a lot more power, resulting in more generated heat that has to be transported away. To make effective use of a larger chip, you need a more complex design, which introduces new challanges. Also it takes time for a signal to propagate through the chip, limiting the maximum frequency. Larger chips can be used, but since ASML is only concerned with the technology required to produce chips, they keep advancing that direction.
Angus G
Angus G 2 ай бұрын
The size of a REGULAR transistor (. 1960 ) was as you stated. But the original micro chip companies in the USA created hundreds on a chip back then.
Chiquita Feldberg
Chiquita Feldberg 3 ай бұрын
My uncle lives in a small town just outside of Amsterdam and his business supplies many of the major airlines with all kinds of things. The Dutch are extremely industrious and allways have been. Good move Holland!
fredcastor1 3 ай бұрын
wouldn't expect less from a country that literally colonized the sea xd
DAVE Graham
DAVE Graham 3 ай бұрын
Yeah funny no mention of the Dutch-East-India Company
frutt5k 3 ай бұрын
@DAVE Graham We brought ciivilisation there. Without that, they would still be slaves under the portugese. They were better off under the dutch.
Oplars 3 ай бұрын
I feel like this could be the gateway for Europe to boost its standing in the world. Can't be too dependent.
Stan Davidson
Stan Davidson 2 ай бұрын
Veldhoven is a great city! My paternal grandparents moved there after WWII and my father was born and raised in Veldhoven. To this day, my grandfather still lives there. He and my father also nudged me towards working for ASML lol
Apex Ай бұрын
I’m the son of an immigrant from Rotterdam. It was really good for me to understand a bit more about my father’s homeland history as well as the current and future geopolitical concerns. Thanks!
Yorick Ай бұрын
Cheers from Rotterdam.
Polariska Ай бұрын
Just know that i'm an actual dutch-
Ambriel Apps
Ambriel Apps 2 ай бұрын
Great documentary. Thanks. Having grown up in the Netherlands, I always knew about their huge commercial and trading mentality. Plus, their technological bases, that date back to the eighties. It's so wierd, because the microchip is a French invention, and IBM had it's biggest European plants over there! Dutch are big business people. 😅
Johann Johann
Johann Johann Ай бұрын
Yeah don't underestimate The Netherlands. That small country is a top 20 largest economy in the world. That sure surprised me, and two hats off to The Dutch people! Especially their help to Ukraine.
John L.
John L. 3 ай бұрын
The stat that surprised me the most from Netherlands is that it is the by far (over 50%) the largest flower exporting country in the world.
EddyK 3 ай бұрын
The Netherlands Has Become The World’s Second Largest Food Exporter (2017)
Letheas 3 ай бұрын
@EddyK yeah to a country 237 times bigger than the Netherlands.
Niwar 3 ай бұрын
Medeli World
Medeli World 3 ай бұрын
@EddyK The number is misleading as it's determined by the value of the products. If you export high value items such as cheese and dairy products, you don't need a large land area.
mrbreede 2 ай бұрын
In addition to ASML, Netherlands is also the home to one of the few companies that produces the components for ASML to build their machine.
TheFartattack1 2 ай бұрын
Netherlands throughout history, given geography, location and population, surrounded by more powerful nations, seemed unlikely to succeed. Withstanding the test of time has shown resilience and success through hardships, like 80 years war and German occupation has survived.
Marijn Kneppers
Marijn Kneppers 2 ай бұрын
As I always describe my own country: a country with a disproportionally large history
xoriented 2 ай бұрын
Dude thanks for teaching me something about the country I got roots from! Very glad to have learnt something new about it, and the funny but simple linguistic fun fact about the origin of Rotterdam‘s name!
TheDutchElectrician 2 ай бұрын
Als een youtube filmpje je dit moest leren. Houdt ik mijn hart vast. De kwaliteit, kennis, normen en waarden zijn van de hele erge lage kant deze tijd.
narrativedoc 2 ай бұрын
@Jack Chapple I love your video! A funny note on 1:25: ‘King William IV’ is not the Wiliam IV that made Rotterdam officially part of Holland, that was 'count' William IV of Holland (1307 - 1345). The man in the picture, that lived 400 years later, is neither ‘King’ William IV, but ‘Stadholder’ William IV (1711 - 1751), in the time the Netherlands were a republic. Kings under the name William reigned the Netherlands another half a century later, in the period 1815 - 1890: King William I, II and III. That makes technically our current king William Alexander, since 2013 (yet another century later), ‘King William IV’. (But he refused to go under that name). :D
Andrew McKenzie
Andrew McKenzie 3 ай бұрын
The Dutch were once the most powerful economy in the world despite being an even smaller country than they are now. Their lack of domestic economy means they do and have always relied a lot on trade and thus initial desperation eventually lead to dominance.
Nico de Jager
Nico de Jager 3 ай бұрын
True. Denmark is quite similar.
dr 3 ай бұрын
based and oranjepilled
Andrew McKenzie
Andrew McKenzie 3 ай бұрын
@Nico de Jager Once ruled England too and much of the North Sea.
Jane Smy
Jane Smy 3 ай бұрын
Well some would argue that’s because slavery, colonization and genocide wasn’t really a sustainable business model
Kevhyn Aleks
Kevhyn Aleks 3 ай бұрын
They stoled nicely everything from everywhere, and they played the perfect hypocrite! This is Helland!
Spartannl 3 ай бұрын
Dutchie here, I must say this was a fair and unbiased video. Well done! 🇳🇱
mag not
mag not 3 ай бұрын
It can be argued that ASML wouldn't exist if it wasn't for the founders of Philips Electronics. The whole Eindhoven region would just be a collection of rural villages. Just the actions and persistence of a few individuals can result in large effects decades later.
Joey Koch
Joey Koch 2 ай бұрын
The best way to be a super power is being a secret super power. We will never be high enough to be a threat to the other powers but we will always be in the negotiations with strong leverage. Don't control by force , lead by persuations.
Jason Carroll
Jason Carroll 3 ай бұрын
Lived and worked there for 2 and a half years great people great country very open and understanding love the Dutch !!!
ionut sfetcu
ionut sfetcu Ай бұрын
Hopefully these chip making machines would be used for the right inventions like to better our health.
Peter Boll
Peter Boll 3 ай бұрын
May be one of the strong elements in NL is the productivity which is partly because of direct honest communication between people. Not much hierarchy. Everybody is able and allowed to give its opinion on a situation. Therefore ideas, improvements, issues and decisions are fast. For the rest, it is crowded here. And by the way, the town Veldhoven is near tot the much bigger town Eindhoven, where the Philips company started in 1891.
David Svarrer
David Svarrer 3 ай бұрын
I know you netherlandish'ers as a great people to work with. Firm, resolute, kindhearted, and productive. I agree.
TONY 3 ай бұрын
Until now, because of that covid situation.
BeyerT1 3 ай бұрын
"Everybody is able and allowed to give its opinion on a situation." - There's a catch. It demands most people NOT being dumbasses. What happens when everyone is allowed to give their opinion, but most people ARE dumbasses, can be seen in the US. Point being, the freedom itself doesn't mean much.
Art juh
Art juh 3 ай бұрын
@BeyerT1 being able to speak isn't the same as being heared off. if you are full of trash, with no disrespect which the American loud prototype is you wont be heared. if you speak when you see something that can be improved and explain why you will be heared
i_am_cat. 2 ай бұрын
Btw, Rotterdam has the biggest and busiest port in the world. Almost all cargo and shipments go from there to other European countries. I've been there, it's absolutely HUGE.
Dvb 2 ай бұрын
Incorrect. If you said "in Europe" you would be right. The busiest and biggest are absolutely in asia.
rbvdho 2 ай бұрын
Dat was wel voor een lange tijd, maar meerdere Aziatische landen hebben ons ingehaald.
i_am_cat. 2 ай бұрын
Ok not the busiest then.
i_am_cat. 2 ай бұрын
The biggest in Europe
MM1989 2 ай бұрын
Btw, this is already mentioned in the video.
P.N.F van der Steen
P.N.F van der Steen 3 ай бұрын
The Netherlands became a sea nation through the first industrial revolution. The windmill that could cut planks from tree trunks. There were once 700 mills along the river Zaan, wind driven, which processed paint, paper, mustard, oil, grain, but also wood. This allowed the Dutch to built numerous return ships. The mill was an invention of Cornelis Cornelis son of Uitgeest. It was called the Paltrok mill and had a crankshaft on which saw frames were moved.
Lynott Parris
Lynott Parris 2 ай бұрын
Invented by a self described 'simple peasant'. The wet lands of the Netherlands and Flanders have always been more egalitarian, with more upward social mobility than the dry more feudal lands. At the height of it's power the Dutch Republic was led by the grandson of a wood stacker and defended by an admiral who was the son of a beer carrier. Not wasting talent through class and illeteracy is probably the real origin of the success.
James Matthews
James Matthews 2 ай бұрын
From shipbuilders to chip-builders!
Castron 2 ай бұрын
It feels weird that this is left out but a key piece to this puzzle is the Taiwanese TSMC company. Where ASML is the best in producing lithography machines, TSMC is by far the best as using said machines to make the best of the best microchips that power modern technology. As you may know China considers Taiwan as a part of China and Taiwan doesn't. Just in the case that China may get any silly ideas; the most advanced TSMC microchip foundries are located next to the only beaches that China could use for an amphibious assault of the island, placing them in the dead center of a battlefield where they will surely be destroyed. In short, Taiwan insuring their sovereignty by literally holding a decade of global technological advancements at gunpoint, which would require ASML machines to redevelop.
JCGver Ай бұрын
Look up which company was the only investor in TSMC during it's founding: Philips. The same Philips that had a hand in ASML.
Caleos 94
Caleos 94 2 ай бұрын
The Netherlands super-high export stats don't really reflect actual exports, it's mostly due to things being "re-exported" through big ports like Rotterdam. I also doubt that this trade deal will keep China a decade behind, there are very few historical examples of successfully limiting technological proliferation.
TheSandkastenverbot 3 ай бұрын
One thing the Dutch are known for is honesty. If only KZbinrs were similarly honest with their video titles...
Emil G
Emil G 3 ай бұрын
Is it their schooling, their family values that keeps them the way they are? You’d think with all the pop culture the family structure would break down the country, look at UK and US? But the Dutch are intact
Bruila de Been
Bruila de Been 3 ай бұрын
@Emil G Nope, same pop culture from the early 70's hippies till now adays wokies. Traditional families are still here, but the main popular, urban culture is similar to that of every Western city. My millenial generation inherited a wealthy country and a lot of values that still apply, but we suffer the same globalist stuff. That doesn't take away centuries of culture, but on the surface it seems it does. Trade, efficiency and honesty is in our blood, no matter our family values or dominant pop culture. Especially the capacity to adapt to other cultures or languages is key in world trade. I own an international food business and people from all around the world tell me how good the Dutch reputation is in trade business. So yeah, we inherited a lot and still make profit of that.
Emil G
Emil G 3 ай бұрын
@Bruila de Been that’s good to know. What kinda of food business do you own?
Mr.M 3 ай бұрын
You are now talking about our Government than I Guess cause they are nothing like honest.
ronaldo medina
ronaldo medina 3 ай бұрын
@Bruila de Been I met a few but not knew much about Dutch people and I liked them. Am very interested in other people's culture and way of doing things. After reading the comments here in this video, wish my children would learn and adopt something like what the Dutch are proud of: trade, efficiency and honesty. Family values are as much embedded in the Filipinos, too. Cheers!
Michael Vink
Michael Vink 3 ай бұрын
Great informative video! It never ceases to amaze me that a company from such a small town can singlehandedly dominate the world like that. I do have one point to make: Youre about a million and a half off when it comes to inhabitants. Currently, we're at a little over 17.5 million, not 19. Yet. :)
Sky is really High
Sky is really High 2 ай бұрын
They did get to take advantage of all the work done by public institutions. It was a world wide project to make these machines. They only do a small part of it all.
Sean Baggen
Sean Baggen 2 ай бұрын
It doesn’t really dominate the world. It occupies a spot in a supply chain that has more than one bottleneck. It gives the Dutch and edge, but it doesn’t “dominate”
Joost Adorf
Joost Adorf 3 ай бұрын
Nice video! Yes, the Dutch are great traders. Thank you for acknowledging that. A few remarks: 1) King' Willem IV was actually not king, but Prince of Orange and 'Stadhouder'. 2) As of October 2022, The Netherlands has just shy of 18 million inhabitants (17.749.262), not 19M.
Alex Maness
Alex Maness Ай бұрын
I think it's worth noting also that the biggest trade benefit China had was that they were cheap products. Unfortunately the products were cheap in quality and cheap in price. They've lost the edge of being cheap in price now so it stands to reason that their trade empire will begin to wane.
Jasmijn ariel
Jasmijn ariel 2 ай бұрын
Veldhoven is an amazing place. The nature around it is gorgoeus too ,so are their "wijken" on the outside , very cozy☺️ i lived in Eindhoven for a while and Veldhoven is next to it
Thijs Truyens
Thijs Truyens 2 ай бұрын
What you forget to mention is that Close to the port of Rotterdam ( about 100 km, if that ) you have the haven of Antwerpen in Belgium. Last 15 years the spot for number 1 haven in europe was split by these two havens. Alot of years Antwerpen was the biggest. Also Close to Antwerpen (about 50km ) you have to haven of Zeebrugge in belgium. And there are plans the bring these two havens together what would make them the biggest in europe. Also in these 2 havens China owns alot of businesses and proporties.
M L 2 ай бұрын
Harbour 😂
Wolfo70 3 ай бұрын
For clarification : 1:26 . It was *Count* William the 4th of Holland that gave Rotterdam its city rights in 1340, not *King* William the 4th who lived 500 years later. Had me scratching my head in confusion for a second.
Matthijs Klaassen
Matthijs Klaassen 3 ай бұрын
The painting was of stadholder William IV. You're welcome.
Wolfo70 3 ай бұрын
@Matthijs Klaassen You're right. So the video is double wrong haha
Apollorion 3 ай бұрын
That 2nd William the 4th (i.e. from the pic) wasn't a king either: he was Stadtholder of the United Provinces. The current king of the Netherlands is just as close to being King William the 4th: the title, King, is correct, the name Willem-Alexander just isn't exactly Willem.
Luuk 3 ай бұрын
@Apollorion Willem wilde geen nummer zijn helaas.
Apollorion 3 ай бұрын
@Luuk Hoezo "helaas"? Heeft hij nu ook geen ISBN ofzo?
BlueGamingMango 3 ай бұрын
its so cool to see my home town of the netherlans being such big part of global trade, fun fact: my mom works at ASML
Mmaantj 2 ай бұрын
John Ross
John Ross 2 ай бұрын
God bless Netherlands
Norman Hairston
Norman Hairston 2 ай бұрын
You let out sauerkraut. The key reason why tiny Netherlands was able to compete with Spain, England, and France was they liked sauerkraut. When Dutch ships would set sail, they would pack the ships with barrels of the stuff. Pickling is a good way to preserve nutrition and vitamins. Where Pacific bound boats from England would essentially have to staff a double crew as half of them would die on the trip from malnutrition, the Dutch would only need a normal size crew. And, as the trip was not such a terrible experience, the Dutch sailors would be willing to go back. When the Limies finally figured out nutrition and started supplying their crews with limes to eat, things became more even. However, by then the Dutch became the masters of the far east controlling the oil fields of Indonesia and dominating trade. One has to wonder, with the Korean love of Kimchi, what i Korea had been as adventurous as the Europeans.
One-sided Rationalization
One-sided Rationalization 2 ай бұрын
My family is from Holland, Michigan. I don’t know if it’s a coincidence or not, but the Dutch-American side of my family has been heavily invested in computers. I still have the IBM newsletter from April 1953 announcing IBM’s first data processing machine.
Onno 3 ай бұрын
As a Dutch guy living in The Netherlands I can confirm we are working on bringing back our Empire
ASDW LOL 3 ай бұрын
Aaa 3 ай бұрын
Do you believe that yourself? 😂😂 do you know klaus schwab and mark rutte?
TSM_Serosh Miazada
TSM_Serosh Miazada 3 ай бұрын
Belgium is next
Inge -
Inge - 3 ай бұрын
😂🤣 ja tuurlijk… grapjas
Fabulously Small
Fabulously Small 2 ай бұрын
This is so interesting, thanks Jack, I'm Dutch but I didn't know any of this (well some of the basic facts, but nothing about why you made this video 😄)
Ginger Kilkus
Ginger Kilkus 3 ай бұрын
My greatest concern is how to recover from all these economic and global troubles and stay afloat especially with the political power tussle going on in world.
Elizabeth O'Neil
Elizabeth O'Neil 3 ай бұрын
Inflation can have a significant impact on individuals and their cost of living. As a result, it can cause negative market sentiment. It is important for individuals and businesses to find ways to navigate and potentially mitigate the effects of inflation on their finances. The current economic climate, including underperformance of financial markets due to fear of inflation, has led to a decrease in the value of my portfolio. I would appreciate any recommendations on how to potentially increase returns during this market downturn.
Ava 3 ай бұрын
@Elizabeth O'Neil Stocks are pretty unstable at the moment, but if you do the right math, you should be just fine. Bloomberg and other finance media have been recording cases of folks gaining over 250k just in a matter of weeks/couple months, so I think there are a lot of wealth transfer in this downtime if you know where to look.
Charlotte Claire
Charlotte Claire 3 ай бұрын
@Ava Such market uncertainties are the reason I don’t base my market judgements and decisions on rumours and here-says, got the best of me 2020 and had me holding worthless position in the market, I had to revamp my entire portfolio through the aid of an advisor, before I started seeing any significant results happens in my portfolio, been using the same advisor and I’ve scaled up 750k within 2 years, whether a bullish or down market, both makes for good profit, it all depends on where you’re looking.
Domi 3 ай бұрын
Interesting is also that the optical components needed for ASML machines are only produced in the required quality and precision by one company in the world: German company ZEISS
Lars Mulder
Lars Mulder 3 ай бұрын
Another much less known export product of ours is our ability to keep our feet dry. The Dutch practically invented civil engineering and are taking this knowledge all over the world. We are the ones dredging the worlds largest canals to keep the shipping lanes open, we made the artificial islands in Dubai and we help shield the US east coast and Asia from the effects of tropical storms
Lars Mulder
Lars Mulder 2 ай бұрын
@J'Hue Casey I'm well aware that all developed civilizations made use of civil engineering well before the Dutch did. But in it's current form, especially around water management the Dutch set the modern standard
Yigru Zeltil
Yigru Zeltil 2 ай бұрын
The artificial islands in Dubai are actually a less impressive feat than Qatar's ongoing Lusail City project when it comes to water management...
Captain D Cap
Captain D Cap 2 ай бұрын
@Yigru Zeltil Guess once what country is overseeing that project, also ;)
ikwilda Ай бұрын
I live about 2km from there and can see the grounds from my appartment. My parents live 300m from ASML and I have to drive through their property to get there. I know so many people working there. And it's a company that treats their employees so well!
Teike Franssen
Teike Franssen 2 ай бұрын
Loved the really nice vid. A few minor mistake: William IV was not the king of holland, but the Stadtholder. And only 17.5m people live in the Netherlands, not 19m
Mr. LabMan
Mr. LabMan 2 ай бұрын
Don’t forget that ASML and NXP both belonged to Philips. Because both companies suffered losses, Philips divested them! But after both companies were on their own two feet, they started making significant profits and are now doing much better than Philips! I worked as a Network Consultant and Project Manager for Philips and NXP with pleasure, I hope to work one day for ASML also after I finish my CCIE EI Lab!!! 😊
Niek Zandstra
Niek Zandstra 2 ай бұрын
Look who's crying over their LadyShaves now
Aelfraed The_Greater
Aelfraed The_Greater 3 ай бұрын
I love this video with beautiful images of the Netherlands. There are a few discrepancies in the video though. there are almost 18 million Dutch, The "Nieuwe Waterweg" was opened in 1872. This canal connected Rotterdam directly to the North Sea. The Power of the Dutch golden Age, from about 1588 to 1672, with its global maritime supremacy was mostly concentrated in Amsterdam. Rotterdam was pretty insignificant at that time. The economical power of Rotterdam , to what it is today, started really after the opening of the "Nieuwe Waterweg". There other videos of the Dutch Golden Age, The Glorious Revolution and the settlement of New Amsterdam that are worthwhile watching.
Lisa Welch
Lisa Welch 3 ай бұрын
Yes the scenery is beautiful
UnforgettableJazzFusion 3 ай бұрын
Dank voor deze terechte correcties! :)
Twentsekoffieleut 2 ай бұрын
I agree there are discrepancies in the video. However he was correct about the canal during Wiliam IV (count of holland and NOT king) who lived around 1300-1350. To evade toll at the city of Schiedam, they dug a canal from the 'Schie' river to the 'Rotte' river. Therefor this canal is known as the 'Rotterdamse schie'. Only much later they created the 'Nieuwe Waterweg' canal (1872) which was needed to let the Rotterdam harbor grow into a gigantic port. Before the 19th century, Rotterdam was only a small port city between other port cities (Schiedam, Delft/Delfshaven, Dordrecht,.....).
Aelfraed The_Greater
Aelfraed The_Greater 2 ай бұрын
@Twentsekoffieleut Interesting. I did not know that part. Before the Nieuwe Waterweg I think through Brielle was the shortest route to the North See. Or alternatively through the river Spui and than the Haringvliet. And before the Nieuwe Waterweg the Canal through Voorne. Towards Hellevoetsluis. Not living in the Netherlands anymore I realize how special the Dutch history really is.
Fat Man Walking
Fat Man Walking 3 ай бұрын
It is the same with the German company Zeiss, the build the mirrors and lenses used in the ASML machines. Both companys have a strategic partnership between them. It is estimated that more than 80% of the worlds semi conductors are produced with zeiss mirrors.
Mark van der Knoop
Mark van der Knoop 3 ай бұрын
ASML saved Zeiss just in time.
Pumfee Thermodynamics
Pumfee Thermodynamics 2 ай бұрын
I appreciate how unbiased this video is.
MPD 2 ай бұрын
Interesting and informative video, however it gives the impression ASML holds all the chips to its chest. Not so. Advanced semiconductor production is a multinational collaboration and one nation or company doesn't hold a monopoly on the whole production process from beginning to end. For instance most of the blueprint designs for the software originates from the US, and TSMC of Taiwan and others in Japan and South Korea all have a vital and specialised stake in the production process.
VDMOOLN 28 күн бұрын
Every part in the chain is importend ofcource. But check how TSMC originated
Jah Reigns
Jah Reigns 2 ай бұрын
I lives in the Netherlands for a short while as a child. The Dutch people are an impressive people. Intelligent and quite people.
Jan 2 ай бұрын
I wouldn't say quiet 🤣 We're actually known to be very direct and vocal.
Valentino_CP 2 ай бұрын
yea kids can be loud but i think thats for every country
Nigel 2 ай бұрын
When an American teaches you more about your own country than the schools And it's always good to hear someone takes effort in the pronunciations of the names
Tim Schlaghecke
Tim Schlaghecke 3 ай бұрын
Great Clip Jack! This is BTW one of the reason for the tensions between China and Taiwan as Taiwanese TSMC, the world largest contract chip maker using ASML machines, is the only Global player outside the US and Japan (except ASML of course)
Mitchell Giles
Mitchell Giles 2 ай бұрын
Yeah I was extremely confused that he never once mentioned TSMC or Taiwan. I had to pause the video and look it up to see what the relationship is between the two companies, because that seems like important and relevant information
Coty Stiehl
Coty Stiehl 2 ай бұрын
This is awesome! I would love to see the Dutch rise as a major player. This is another reason why China will most likely go after Taiwan.
mscrace 3 ай бұрын
One of the most trusted channels in this space. Not a full cycle boy but been here since April 2020.
Robert Savage
Robert Savage Ай бұрын
Ah, how sweet; and how nice for the lovely people in Holland. Very impressive and I’m sure my great aunt Lizbeth and her daughter Shashka would be pleased and proud. Well done Holland!
Wilma 2 ай бұрын
Very interesting. Being from the Netherlands I pray ASML would use this new technology wisely and only sell it to companies who work for the highest good of all. But knowing the Dutch all to well, they will probably sell it to the US and through a back door also to China 😉
Johan Jongepier
Johan Jongepier 3 ай бұрын
I lived in Veldhoven as a child and recently searched on Google Maps for the house where we lived at the time and it is still there but has almost been swallowed up by the ever-expanding ASML factories
Johan Jongepier
Johan Jongepier 3 ай бұрын
@Kenneth ?
Neil Smith
Neil Smith 3 ай бұрын
I've always admired The Dutch, particularly their cycling culture and national cycling network. It's very clear that they know how to positively exploit technologies from the simplest to the most complex. If I didn't have so many responsibilities, I'd love to live in one of The Netherlands' major cycling cities. Far preferable to risking your life getting run flat attempting to cycle in Britain, where many people hate bicycles and drive like self-centred psychopaths.
Bert Veening
Bert Veening 3 ай бұрын
All Dutch cities are cycling cities.
Neil Smith
Neil Smith 3 ай бұрын
@Bert Veening, that's cool. I wish the British were so forward-thinking in relation to cycling infrastructure. You must be very proud of your nation's achievements in this area of transport. I most certainly would be.
Bert Veening
Bert Veening 3 ай бұрын
@Neil Smith I grew up with it, I am more surprised and upset it isn't the same in other countries.
Neil Smith
Neil Smith 3 ай бұрын
@Bert Veening, I studied the NL network and put forward a proposal to our local council for better infrastructure but it's hard work and I have got nowhere so far. The Dutch mindset appears to be so much more logical and practical when it comes to transport. I share your upset that more nations aren't following your fine example. On the bright side, my wife and I were talking this morning about a trip to NL to enjoy the cycling culture. It would appear that it's good for tourism too :)
Bert Veening
Bert Veening 3 ай бұрын
@Neil Smith I recommend you view a couple of YT videos by Not Just Bikes.
TheWhiteMamba3000 2 ай бұрын
The smallest possible computer would utilize a 10 number system over binary that is a 2 number system. 10 numbers allows for more storage over a smaller space. However, it wouldn't be a standard at least for a very, very long time.
petergwp 2 ай бұрын
as a guy born and raised in the former colony of The Netherlands, i fear for my life. but anyways, hats off from Dutch East Indies
Gwen George
Gwen George 3 ай бұрын
Very interesting. I was not aware of any of this. It's great to learn new things about our world.
prince camelblu
prince camelblu 2 ай бұрын
Fun fact about a machine of asml being sold to china, the company tried to copy the machine but in the proces the machine broke because it was to complicated. And this was one of the older versions
Nyoman Joko
Nyoman Joko 2 ай бұрын
O9oi8 Oily
Karen neeskens
Karen neeskens 2 ай бұрын
Fun fact. You made that up...
Yellow Brand
Yellow Brand 2 ай бұрын
Ha, good. Keep it with ASML. Makes sure NL doesn’t get nuked in case of a ww3
spam niet
spam niet 3 ай бұрын
It turns out that the most patent intensive city in the world is … Eindhoven, a city next to Veldhoven. I am from Eindhoven, great what they are doing in Veldhoven.
Ninja Kitteh
Ninja Kitteh 2 ай бұрын
"A city next to..." da's voor het eerst dat ik iemand Eindhoven op die manier zie of hoor beschrijven 😂
spam niet
spam niet 2 ай бұрын
@Ninja Kitteh ere wie ere toekomt.
Ninja Kitteh
Ninja Kitteh 2 ай бұрын
@spam niet Dat dan weer wel natuurlijk 👍
Freeman 2 ай бұрын
Interesting, but how on earth did you fail to mention Taiwan and TSMC, by far the largest chip producer in the world? That is a major part of this discussion!
DeadEagle [Spitfire-Games]
DeadEagle [Spitfire-Games] Ай бұрын
I worked for companies related to ASML, Good times, this brings back some memories : )
Metal Charlie
Metal Charlie 3 ай бұрын
A more informative story than I seen in the in the recent past on any news station... Keep up the good work
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