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 might 1958 within the French periodical 'Revue d'histoire des colonies' (Tome XLIV, 1957, pp. 311-448). A stricter observance of bibliographical element has been geared toward, generally during 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 very unlikely to provide complete titles. The spelling of geographical names and names of languages is in line with the English romanization of Malay. CONTENTS web page creation 1 I. information three II. Journals, Institutes, collage Chairs 6 III. Books of commute. 10 IV. the world coated through the constitution of the V. O. C. 21 A. common 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 military . 34 four. medication 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. 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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Extra info for A Critical Survey of Studies on Dutch Colonial History
Contains the establishment of the Company, its charter and the description of its organisation and its activities in Holland. , 1932, 481 pp. c. in the enormous area between the Cape of Good Hope and Japan, giving economic, political and military history. ) describes the organisation of the Company's territorial administration in Asia, with great stress on the official hierarchy; it also deals with attempts at the foundation of colonies and the fight against private trade. ), contains a description of the development and the organisation of the church, in this case of course of the Dutch Reformed Church; edited by C.
Containing 14 contributions, some of which were written in German, and including an important Rumphius bibliography. G. ) was written for the general public. J. R. Callen bach described the life of one of the earliest preachers, Justus Heurnius (1897, 368 pp). In Hendrik Janssen, een zeventiende-eeuwsche Groninger in Indic (Hendrik Janssen, a Seventeenth Century Groningen man in the East Indies, 1. G. VIII, 1896, p. 101-128), J. E. H eeres gives a short biography of a merchant in the service of the Company at the beginning of the 17th century.
I), produced an excellent piece of work. His work differs from that of Va1entijn in so far that it was his task to record everything that might be of importance to the directors of this powerful trading body for the exercise of their duties. Owing to this the purely Asiatic side receives less stress, but in other respects the work excels that of Va1entijn. Van Dam had all kinds of often highly secret documents at his disposal which Va1entijn never knew; moreover, from actual practice he knew all the ins and outs of the whole concern and therefore he was able to show a much keener appreciation of it than the clergyman.