A Critical Survey of Studies on Dutch Colonial History by W.Ph. Coolhaas

By W.Ph. Coolhaas

This quantity of the Bibliographical sequence is a completely revised English variation, with many additions, of the author's 'Chronique de l'histoire coloniale. Outre-mer neerlandais' released in may perhaps 1958 within the French periodical 'Revue d'histoire des colonies' (Tome XLIV, 1957, pp. 311-448). A stricter observance of bibliographical element has been aimed toward, in general throughout the efforts of the editorial employees of the Institute. In a few situations, although, the shape of a continuing narrative, selected for this bibliography, made it most unlikely to offer complete titles. The spelling of geographical names and names of languages is in keeping with the English romanization of Malay. CONTENTS web page creation 1 I. files three II. Journals, Institutes, college Chairs 6 III. Books of commute. 10 IV. the world lined via the constitution of the V. O. C. 21 A. common Works 21 B. assets 27 C. Monographs . 30 1. institution and advertisement actions of the V. O. C. 30 2. The management of Justice 33 three. military and military . 34 four. drugs and the Sciences 36 five. faith and schooling 37 6. paintings 39 D. Biographies forty 1. Pioneers forty 2. Governors-General forty-one three. different folks forty five E. nearby reviews. forty seven 1. The Moluccas, Amboyna and Banda forty seven 2. New Guinea 50 three. Australia 50 four. Celebes fifty one five. Borneo fifty two 6. Sumatra fifty two 7. Java . fifty three eight. Japan. fifty nine nine. China sixty one 10. Formosa sixty three eleven. The Philippines sixty three ] 2. extra India sixty four thirteen. India . sixty five 14. Ceylon 70 15.

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Three volumes were published of the source material, Bouwstoffen 'Voor de Geschiedenis der Protestantsche Kerk in N ederlandsch Indie (Material for the history of the Protestant Church in the Netherlands East Indies), mo~tly dealing with the resolutions of the elders and deacons of the church of Batavia (vol. , covering the years 1620-1645; vol. , for 1646-1665, and vol. , for the years 16661691). The deterioration of the financial situation led the Minister to suspend the publication of this undertaking which had been planned on too grand a scale.

H. M. Vlekke. The author never lived in the tropics and as a historian he was interested in completely different subjects, when the war in 1940 drove him from Rome, where he was working as secretary of the Netherlands Historical Institute, to the United States. There he was engaged by the N etherlands Information Service and commissioned to write a work which was to introduce the history of the Netherlands empire in Asia to the American public in an engaging fashion. Although it is evident from the book that Vlekke does not know the tropics and that several incompetent members of the Information Service tried to exert their influence on its compilation, whilst the last chapter on the second world war (at least in the Dutch version of 1947) seems to have been too much adapted to the tastes of the American reader, it should be stated that Vlekke has well fulfilled his task.

In B. V. G. VIII/iii, 1941, pp. 95-104). A. K. A. I. 73, 1917, pp. 502-557). Towards the end of the 18th century the French succeeded in bringing cloves and nutmeg plants to their possession, lIe de France (Mauritius). Before that, these plants only occurred on the Spice Islands. Documents on this subject were published by Miss M. ) under the title Mauritius and the Spice Trade. The Odyssey of Pierre Poivre. A series of articles especially devoted to the trade in wood were published by E. H. B.

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