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 version, with many additions, of the author's 'Chronique de l'histoire coloniale. Outre-mer neerlandais' released in could 1958 within the French periodical 'Revue d'histoire des colonies' (Tome XLIV, 1957, pp. 311-448). A stricter observance of bibliographical aspect has been geared toward, in general throughout the efforts of the editorial employees of the Institute. In a few situations, despite the fact that, 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 based on the English romanization of Malay. CONTENTS web page creation 1 I. files three II. Journals, Institutes, collage Chairs 6 III. Books of go back and forth. 10 IV. the realm coated through the constitution of the V. O. C. 21 A. normal Works 21 B. resources 27 C. Monographs . 30 1. institution and advertisement actions of the V. O. C. 30 2. The management of Justice 33 three. military and army . 34 four. medication and the Sciences 36 five. faith and schooling 37 6. artwork 39 D. Biographies forty 1. Pioneers forty 2. Governors-General forty-one three. different folks forty five E. local 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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De 28 Opkomst van het Nederlandsch Gezag in Oost-Indie (The rise of Dutch power in the East Indies), because since the 18th century there was hardly any question of rise. P. A. I. an excellent Geschiedenis der Europeers in den M aleischen Archipel (History of the Europeans in the Malay Archipelago, approx. ) which ran up to the year 1623, in 1886 took the initiative for an extension of the Opkomst by means of the publication of source material concerning the parts of the Archipelago outside Java.

A work he published in collaboration with H. Vander Linden. After an introduction concerning the mother-country, the expansion, the administration, the economic system, Dutch culture in the colonies and the effect on the home-country are discussed. In A History of South-East Asia (Eng. ) by D. G. E. Hall sufficient attention is paid to the activities of the Dutch in this area, but the author has not been quite successful in attaining the necessary objectivity when describing 25 the opposition between the Dutch and the British in these regions.

The main works in this field are E. Netscher and I. A. van der Chijs, De munten van Nederlandsch Indie beschreven en afgebeeld (The coins of the Netherlands East Indies, described and illustrated; 1863), many articles by I. G. 49, 1907, to 52, 1910, entitled De munten van Nederlandsch Indie (The coins of the Netherlands East Indies), and an excellent work, destinated especially for collectors, by C. ). 37 5. RELIGION AND EDUCATION On these matters favourable pronouncements are hardly to be expected from the Roman Catholic side, as the Company did not suffer any Catholics among its servants, and in this period it was only its servants who came to the East.

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