GEMILANG 145: The Moluccas/Republik Maluku Selatan (2015).

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AL, J., De Geschiedenis, De Economische Beteekenis en het Pharmaceutisch Onderzoek van Kruidnagelen. Orig. thesis. [Amsterdam university].
Amsterdam, 1936 orig. wraps. (xi),140pp., ills. on 11 plates, mainly depicting cloves, sizes of cloves, clove-shrubs & trees, native population harvesting & sorting cloves, many tables in text & full-p., sketch-maps in text, 1 extensive sketch-map, 1 folded graph at the end, short bibliography.
After a short history of cloves the author describes extensively the cultivation & harvesting of cloves (all over Indonesia, incl. the Moluccas), the trade, incl. the rôle of Chinese traders in the N.E.I., Zanzibar & Madagascar, the use of cloves (a.o. in the cigarette-industry) & finally the pharmaceutical value & chemical analysis of cloves. A very important & rare study. (lightly dog-eared, lower corner of 1st few pp. somewh. damaged.)

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EUR 115.00

Book nr.: 604

ALGRA, A., Saka, de vluchteling uit Ambon. 4e druk [Fourth edition].
Delft, Meinema, [....], 1966 Original coloured and illustrated boards. 93pp., black/white illustrations after drawings by MENNO (van Meeteren Brouwer). BUUR, I.J., 1096.
Dutch language youth adventure story in which a moluccan boy (Ambon) experiences the japanese occupation 1942-1945 of Ambon and his subsequent escape to Australia. Good copy. (spine ends a bit shaved with signs of wear).

EUR 25.00

Book nr.: 50155

ALMANACK - DUTCH ROMAN CATHOLIC MISSIONARY LABOUR, Almanak van *O*L*Vrouw* van het *H.* Hart. Jaargang 50, 1940.
Tilburg, Missionarissen van het Heilig Hart, Missiehuis, 1940 large 8°. orig. limp pict.col. decor.wraps. 96pp. Many text-ills, of which drawings.
Dutch Missionary Almanack for 1940, publ. by the missionaries of "Our Loving Lady of the Sacred Heart" (M.S.C.) containing a number of artt. of the progress, fight agains paganism, and artt. of general interest on colonial Indonesia: Java, Kei-Islands (Moluccas), Borneo, &c... (hole in front cover skilfully restored, upper-right corner of page 81 clipped, no text-loss however, somewh. dog-eared, but all in all a good copy of the last almanack to be published owing to the nazi-occupation of the Netherlands).

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EUR 30.00

Book nr.: 41078

ALMANAK *Van O*L*Vrouw* van het *H.*Hart*. Year 50 (1940).
Tilburg, Missionarissen Van het Heilig Hart, [ 1940 ]. Orig. pict. col. wraps., 96pp., many text-ills. of which after drawings. Stapled.
Almanack of the missionaries of the Sacred Heart, containing a number of reports & stories on missionary progress on a.o. New Guinea, Kei-Islands (Moluccas), &c...(bds. rubbed at rims tail of spine somewh. damaged).

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EUR 45.00

Book nr.: 13256

AMBON - REPUBLIK MALUKU SELATAN - N.N., BLOED OVER AMBON.
Amsterdam, "Fix", s.d. [circa], 1951 12°. orig.pict.col. wraps. 63pp. text-ills. after drawings. Stapled.
Booklet publ. on behalf of the so-called R.M.S.(Republik Maluku Selatan), containing reports on the guerilla-war against the "Djocja-troops", after the R.M.S. declaration of independence 1950. Rare. (paper somewh. browning).

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EUR 115.00

Book nr.: 37627

AMBON [CITY] PLAN AND ENVIRONMENT - Ambon en Omstreken.
Batavia, Topografische Inrichting, 1924 Large folded coloured detailed heavy paper plan of Ambon [City] and Environment, 1: 5000 (95x60 cm.). Legenda printed at upper left corner of plan.
Very detailed plan of Ambon City and Environment, The Moluccas, Dutch East Indies. Good to very good copy. Scarce.

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EUR 275.00

Book nr.: 51686

AMBON HANDBILL - AMBON een laatste koloniale stuptrekking ? LEES DE FEITEN dan zal Uw antwoord moeten zijn: NEEN! Amson heeft recht op Nederlandse hulp.RECHT VOOR AMBON NU! [Original handbill].
S.I., Stichting "Door de Eeuwen Trous", [circa], 1956 Original HANDBILL, A-5 sized (27x20 cm.). Printed on both sides, partly in bold black type. Dutch language text. ADDED a typed letter (original) dated by the then Vice-President of the Republic of the South Molukkas ("Wakil Umum Republik Maluku Selatan"), Rotterdam, 16 Juni 1952. Original printed letter head with Maluku State Coat-of-Arms at top, 6 lines, directed to an unidentified dutch [protestant] minister, presenting an authentic carbon-copy of a cable directed to Ambon City [The Moluccas], dispatched [Den Haag?], 21 november 1945, by H.R.H. Queen Wilhelmina of The Netherlands, with condolences to the loss of Ambonese lives during the resistance against the Japanese during the occupation of Indonesia, and bravery during guerilla actions. Also referred to on recte of Handbill. ALSO ADDED a small orange coloured sticker (6x3cm.), with a small illustration and text:"AMBON KOMT VRIJ.
Original Hanbill published by the dutch association "Door de Eeuwen Trouw" [Loyal through the centuries], calling upon the dutch population to support Ambon and the Ambonese in their struggle for independence of the R.M.S., South Moluccan Republic. Very well preserved, very good copy. Rare.

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EUR 650.00

Book nr.: 51852

APELDOORN, A. VAN - E. BOSCHMAN, P. VAN DEN HEUVEL, S. VAN DER PLOET (et.al., compilers), Bloemlezing Molukse Literatuur. [Eerste enige druk/first only edition].
Amsterdam, Privately published, 1998 Small 4°., original printed wrappers, illustration afer a drawing on front wrapper, plastic spiralled spine. 204pp. Bibliographic references and occasional annotations at end of ech abstract, full-page sketch-map of the Moluccas, preface by B. Paasman, table of contents.
An anthology of 12 literary abstracts as originally written on the Moluccas by a.o. Rumphius, François Valentijn, H.R. Roelfsema, A.Th. Manusama, M. Dermoût, et.al. Compiled and privately published by a Students-collective Amsterdam University in a small edition. Very good copy. (signature at upper right corner of front cover).

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EUR 85.00

Book nr.: 49051

BAARDA, W.J. VAN, Leiddraad bij het bestudeeren van 't Galèla'sch Dialekt op het eiland Halmaheira.
's-Gravenhage, 1908 large 8°. orig.wraps. 168pp.
Grammar of the Galèlarese language, which is an elaboration of earlier publications by the author (1891, 1895, 1904) and of a review article by H. Kern(1891-1892). (POLMAN, N.Moluccas, op.cit.)

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EUR 160.00

Book nr.: 36985

BADAN PERSATUAN [DIRECTORY OF THE PROVISIONAL REPUBLIC OF THE SOUTH MOLUCCAS, R.M.S.]: Nota van de Badan Persatuan. [eerste druk; First edition].
Den Haag, Badan Persatuan, [....], 1978 8°. Original cloghbacked wrappers. 96pp. Errata-slip loosely inserted.
Dutch language counter-plea compiled by the Provisional Government of the Republic of the South Moluccas, R.M.S. [Republik Maluku Selatan], being a detailed report in chronology, from 1947 onwards, about the national and international efforts for self-rule and sovereignty for the South Moluccas, including the ethnic Moluccan minority in the Netherlands. It opposes a statement by dutch Government of January 26, 1978, by which dutch government recognizes [socio-econojmic and cultural] problems of the ethnic Moluccan minority in the Netherlands, denying however the political objectives of the R.M.S. Very good copy.

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Book nr.: 54875

BAKKER, PAUL (Editor), Landelijk Comité Zuid-Molukken. Bulletin nr. 5-28 November 1977.
Assen, Landelijk Comità Zujid-Molukken, 1977 Small 8°. Stapled. 16pp. Pewrsonalia of managing board of directors.
Dutch language odd issu of a irregularly published by a Nationwide Committee in support of the South Moluccan independence movement [or: Republiek der Zuid-Molukken], which includes, besides political information and progress, an introduction by Committee President, name list of acting board of directors, nationwide planned meetings, note on temporary Vught camp on behalf of repatriated Moluccans, municipal councils and the Moluccan minorities, text of a political resolution to be submitted on behalf of Moluccan minorities, etc. Well preserved(small hole pubched at upper left margin being storage in a binder).

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EUR 10.00

Book nr.: 56969

BALEN, J.Hendrik VAN, Een Ruiter van de Compagnie. De Engelschen op Amboina; Het Beleg van Batavia 1619-1630. [Eerste druk; First edition].
Amsterdam, Leendertz, [....], 1884 Small 8°., original coloured decorative cloth with gilded covertitle and gilded title to spine. Hftitle (verso blank). 180pp. Chromolithographed captioned frontispiece, 3 chromolithographed captioned plates, lithography by Tresling & Co.[Amsterdam], [2]pp. table of contents, [10]pp. of publ. list at very end. BUUR, I.J., 0101.
Dutch language elder youth adventure story based on historic facts, narrrating the dislodging of the British East India Company from Amboina, the war conducted by the Dutch East India Company VOC on ava against the Susuhunan of Mataram (Agung), under command of Toemenggoeng Boerkeksa, which includes the siege of Jacatra and her relief. Very good copy. Rare. (spine sunned).

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EUR 145.00

Book nr.: 51037

BALLINTIJN, G., Rumphius, de blinde ziener van Ambon. [eerste druk; first edition].
Utrecht, 1944 small 8°. original publ. clothbacked boards. covertitle in bold red and black coloured type, large portrait of Rumphius, facsim. after the original 18th. century copper-engraving. (vii), 192pp. Monochrome facsim. after an old copper-engraved 18th. century title-print. many captioned monochrome illustrations on 12 facsim. plates reproduced from Rumphius' two major scientitic works about molluscs and shells and herbs from 17th-18th century Ambon and other islands of the Moluccas, , large monochrome facsim. headplieces, references, commentaries to illustrations on final pp., Rumphius' life in chronology, table of contents.
Dutch language historic survey about life and scholarly work by Georgius Everhardus Rumphius (1628-1702), or Georg Everhard Rumplf, who became a V.O.C. servant and was posted to Ambon, Moluccan Island Group, Dutch East Indies. Besides some personal information about Rumphius, which includes is physical condition becoming blind at a rather early age, compiler suplplies detailed information about Rumphius' scientific resear and travels into the Moluccan Archipelago, his correspeondence with foreign scholars, pays detailed attention to Rumplhius' scientific research into the Natural history of the area, which resulted in two masterly scholarly publications, the Ambon Herbal and the Ambon Rarity champer being the first ever fundamental and illustrated research in shells, molluscs and minerals as gathered in the Archipelago. A much underestimated and neclected popular but well documented publication. although this title has been published at the end of nazi oppression of holland in the Second Worldwar, the usual nazi im,presum is notpresent. good copy. (lower lower outer boards a liffle bit foxed).

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EUR 30.00

Book nr.: 56616

BARKABESSY, Jetta, JOOP BLOK, GLENN LOPIES, THOMAS SOHILAIT (et.al., editorial commiteee), TJENGKEH: Onafhankelijk Moluks Maandblad. [Originele uitgave; Original edition].
Utrecht-Amsterdam, Stichting Tjengkeh, 1978- 1987 STOCKED: JAARGANG I (1978, Nrs. 1-7; II-nrs.1-10; vol.III.nrs.1-10; vol.IV nrs.1-3;7-9; vol.V-nrs.5-7; vol.VI-nrs.1-10; vol.VII-nrs.1-2; vol.VII(sic!)-1-2 (1985). Tog. 52 parts as published. Newspaper format,, printed on heavy quality paper. Captioned illustrated coloured and monochrome covers. centre-folded. Each part approx. 14pp. of dutch text contributions by 5- contributors listed in annexe below. Numerous captioned monochrome illustrations in text and full-page, of which portraits, cartoons after drawings in text, editorials, colophon. ADDED: VRIES, WOLTER DE, "MERANTAU" [= ethnic awareness]. A-4 sized. (a binder). [11] unnumbered leaves. Cyclostyled on rectos only. Name-list of contributors and editors, provisional list of ethnic moluccan magazines. ¶ Dutch language essay by which an attempt is made andalyzing the objectives and contents of "Tjengkeh", e.g.: an ample description of editors and contributor's work and opinions, [Moluccan] media-ranking, and finally society related cause of its rise and fall. Namelist of contributurs and editors on final page. Rarely found. NOT called-for in holdings Royal Institute of Linguistics and Anthropology, KITLV.
Lavishly illustrated and well grommed dutch language irregularly published magazine, newspaper-format, communicating with the Moluccan minority group in the Netherlands, with as objective awakining ethnic awareness or "MERANTAU", which includes however the history of the Moluccas through the ages, under V.O.C. Charter, Dutch national administration and its aftermath, politics and the media, the moluccan society and its integration into dutch society, etc. Set in very good, crisp and clean condition.

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EUR 275.00

Book nr.: 55455

BARKABESSY, Jetta, JOOP BLOK, GLENN LOPIES, THOMAS SOHILAIT (et.al., editorial commiteee), TJENGKEH: Onafhankelijk Moluks Maandblad. [Originele uitgave; Original edition].
Utrecht-Amsterdam, Stichting Tjengkeh, 1978- 1987 STOCKED: JAARGANG I (1978, Nrs. 1-7; II-nrs.1-10; vol.III.nrs.1-11; vol.IV nrs.1-3;5-9; vol.V-nrs.1-7; vol.VI-nrs.1-10; vol.VII-nrs.1-2; vol.VII(sic!)-1-5 (1985);vol.VIII. nrs.1-5(1986). Tog. 64 parts as published. Newspaper format,, printed on heavy quality paper. Captioned illustrated coloured and monochrome covers. centre-folded. Each part approx. 14pp. of dutch text contributions by 5- contributors listed in annexe below. Numerous captioned monochrome illustrations in text and full-page, of which portraits, cartoons after drawings in text, editorials, colophon.le description of editors and contributor's work and opinions, [Moluccan] media-ranking, and finally society related cause of its rise and fall.
Lavishly illustrated and well grommed dutch language irregularly published magazine, newspaper-format, communicating with the Moluccan minority group in the Netherlands, with as objective awakining ethnic awareness or "MERANTAU", which includes however the history of the Moluccas through the ages, under V.O.C. Charter, Dutch national administration and its aftermath, politics and the media, the moluccan society and its integration into dutch society, etc. Near complete set in very fine clean and crisp condition.

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EUR 325.00

Book nr.: 56947

BARKER, R., Niet hier, maar op een andere Plaats. De gijzelingen van Wijster, Amsterdam, De Punt en Bovensmilde. Transl. fr. the orig. english by J. Smit. [Eerste druk/first dutch edn.].
Alphen a.d. Rijn, A.W. Sijthoff, 1980 orig. limp glossy wrappers, title and an illustration in colour after an original photograph on front side.. 381pp. ills. after orig. photographs on 8 plates, 3 terrain maps of which 2 full-page, plan of the hijacked train carriages in text, register, lists of names of S.Moluccan hijackers & hostages, table of contents, synopsis printed on lower outer wrapper.
Detailed report on 3 hijackings by young South Moluccans, frustrated & tired of unfulfilled promises by dutch administration concerning the Republik Maluku Selatan, frustrating their universal right to independence for the South Moluccas, on various locations in Holland, 1975 and 1977, all ending in shoot-outs conducted by dutch anti-terrorist military units. Paperback edn. (as publ.).Good copy. Scarce. (some scuffing to spine-ends, some very light dog-earing).

EUR 95.00

Book nr.: 46249

BARTELS, D., Guarding the invisible Mountain: Intervillage Alliances, religious Syncretism and ethnic identity among Ambonese Christians and Moslems in the Moluccas. [Original Thesis presented to the Faculty of the Graduate School of Cornell University].
S.I. [Ithaca}, Dieter Bartels, Cornell University, 1977 Stout small 4°., original binder. (xvi), 368pp. (versos blank). Extensive footnotes, some diagrams, note on orthography and names, key to abbreviations, biblography, glossary, sketch maps, appendices I-II (List of Pela relationships; chronological table), table of contents.
English language thesis, Cornell University, a detailed inquiry into religious intervillage relations between Calvinist [dutch] protestant and muslim ambonese, Central Moluccas Eastern Indonesia. XEROX COPY (as publ). Good. (some marginal corrections and notes).

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Book nr.: 52510

BASTIAANS, J. (1907-1997, et.al.),, [RAPPORT] Psychologisch onderzoek naar de gevolgen van gijzelingen in Nederland (1974-1977). [Eerste druk; First edition].
's-Gravenhage, Staatsuitgeverij, 1979 Large stout 8°. Original wrappers, covertitle in bold black type. [7], 359.31]pp. (Appendices: comparative data, research results). Cyclostyled text. bibliography, table of contents. ADDED 2 A-4 sized centre folded.info. bulletins distributed amongs parliamentary- and midical editors each cyclostyled on both sides; AND a 5pp. Centre-folded A-4 sized final conclusion with recommendations about the main report, cyclostyled text, stapled at upper left corner, all issued on official stationary of the Dutch Ministry of Public Health and Hygiene, With some occasional marginal annotations and corrections by previous owner, extra inserted.
Detailed dutch langyage psychological/psychiatric report about the impact of traumatta originating from experiences during hijackings in The Netherlands 1974-1977 by political motivated Moluccan youths thus pressurizing dutch Government to negotiations concerning legal acknowledgement of the South Moluccan Republic, or R.M.S., a long-standing political dream since 1950 after the disbanding of the Dutch East Indies Army, KNIL, which included a great number of Moluccan [Ambonese] troops. In total three hijackings are researched: the occupation of the Indonesian Embassy at the Hague and hijackings of two dutch trains in Drenthe province resulting in violent military operations causing several deaths amongst hijackers and civil victims. Research includes a summary, conclusion and results, recommendations. Report compiled and published by command of the dutch Ministry of public Health and Hygiene. Professor Jan Bastians was the first in the Netherlands to introduce the drug LSD in his therapy sessions with victims of the Nazi- and japanese concentrationcamps suttering from Post traumatic Stress Syndrome[s] [PTSS]. Very good copy.

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EUR 225.00

Book nr.: 54769

BENDA-BECKMANN, K. VON & F. LEATEMIA-TOMATALA, [with cooperation by] R. LATUMAHINA. De emancipatie van Molukse vrouwen in Nederland. Orig.edn.
Arkel, 1992 orig.limp glossy white lettered wraps. 336pp. tabs. in text, foot-notes, bibliogr.
Excellent modern research into the position and emancipation of women from South Moluccan Origin in the Netherlands. Fine copy.

EUR 70.00

Book nr.: 37097
     

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