GEMILANG 126: MERDEKA! The Dutch-Indonesian Dispute 1945-1950 (2015).

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LANGEN, D.R.A. VAN (Introd.) Wij waren in...Jogja!.
[Batavia] 1949 Slim 8°, wraps., [28]pp., many text-ills. NOT in KLOOSTER.
After a concise description of the military actions in the region Djokjakarta by the so-called T-Brigade (Tiger Brigade, Inf.), incl. the last so-called "Police-action", the Brigade-commander Van Langen informs his troops on the dutch-indonesian agreement to withdraw the troops & he states that the troops are neither military nor morally beaten, that they have victoriously occupied Djojka, & he expects his troops to retreat victoriously. Scarce.

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EUR 70.00

Book nr.: 9515

LAPRÉ, S.A., Het Andjing Nica Bataljon (KNIL) in Nederlands-Indië (1945-1950). Orig. edn.
Ermelo, the author, s.d. [....], 1989 Orig. limp coloured illustrated glossy wrappers. 333pp. Many text-ills. after original photographs, terrain sketches in text and full-page with legenda, some tables in text, table of contents, synopsis printed on lower outer wrapper. WITH the so-called "Bijlage", or supplement, orig. wrappers, stapled. 9pp. text-ills. Supplying technical details on the Batallion involved, AND two illustrated press-clippings, one on author/publisher and an interview with the Indonesian TNI-member Trisunu (military police/counter intelligence period 1945-1950), loosely inserted.
The history of the so-called "Anding Nica"Batallion (Royal Dutch East Indian Army, KNIL), period 1945-1950, in active service during the dutch-indonesian [armed] dispute, 1945-1950. Compiled by one of her foremost commanders S.A. Lapré, who received the highest dutch military order "Militaire Willemsorde"(RMWO, IV), with includes interviews and statements by two former counterperts the Generals Abd. Haris Nasution and Loekito. This Batallion was originally formed by dutch ex-p.o.w. and other young ment in order to fight the so-called "Bersiap" groups, indonesian freedom-fighters who attacked and killed many [dutch] civilians shortly after the japanese capitulation August 15th, 1945. At a later stage the volunteer-Batallion was incorporated in the Royal Dutch East Indian Army, KNIL, and took part in many military actions during the period. Privately published by author. Inscribed copy, a 10-line Ms. dedication in ink, signed by author and dated 30.1.[19]'88, on second blank, with also a name-list of former Batallion-members by previous owner on verso of ti.-p.. Good to very good copy. (ex-libris of previous owner on verso of front wrapper, copy with meticulous underlinings throughout by the same).

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EUR 125.00

Book nr.: 46002

LEERINK, J.C. (et.al.), Needse jongens overzee. Belevenissen van Needse militairen in Nederlands-Indië in de periode 1945-1950. [Eerste druk; First edition].
Neede, Historische Kring, 2000 Original coloured illustrated stiff wrappers. 128pp. Many captioned monochrome illustrations in text, of which portraits, facsims. after archivalia, double page sketchmap of Indonesia, some sketch-maps in text, medical reports, name-list of troops from Neede village serving in the Dutch East Indies, glossary and list of abbreviations indonesian-dutch, list of sources consulted, table of contents.
Dutch language commemmorative survey of military (enlisted and volunteers) from Neede village, Achterhoek district, Gelderland Province, serving on Java and Sumatra, during the dutch-indonesian armed dispute 1945-1950. Very fine copy.

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EUR 45.00

Book nr.: 51806

LEEUWEN, Abr. VAN (Prince de Lignac, 1918-2001), Bandjir. Vuurstorm over Java. Een oorlogsroman die echt gebeurd moet zijn tijdens het drama in Indonesië. 2e druk.
Amsterdam, Het Spectrum, 1990 limp pict. col. glossy wraps. 310, [8]pp. some facsim. ills, glossary malay-dutch at end. RIOD, 62.
The japanese internment-camp Tjideng (Batavia) for women & children, the aftermath: 'bersiap' period & the dutch-indonesian dispute.

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EUR 25.00

Book nr.: 11909

LEGERCONTACT A-DIVISIE INDONESIA 1945-1950: Sagen en Levenden. [Separated from "Legercontact-A-Divisie].
S.I., s.n., [circa], 1947 Oblong 8°. [215x180mm.]. Original private clothbacked boards. Cyclostyled ti.-p. with a decorative indonesian influenced cyclostyled drawing alongside inner front joint. 66pp. of cyclosyled text. translations of indonesian-malay (or popular malay) words and expressions cyclostyled at tail margins, provenance of origin of stories on verso of final blank lve.
A collection of dutch language indonesian myths and legends. Originally published by a dutch army-magazine "Legercontact", on behalf of dutch troops serving with "A"-Division, Java, commander Major-General W. Baay. Java 1945-1950, during the dutch-indonesian armed dispute. Carefully separated from the original magazine, skilfully bound. Curious and rare. Very good condition.

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EUR 90.00

Book nr.: 56951

LEGERVOORLICHTINGS DIENS - ROYAL DUTCH ARMY INFORMATION SERVICE: De Nieuwe Demobilisatie Voorzieningen in een Notedop. [voor Militaire van de Koninklijke Landmacht, in werkelijke dienst in Indonesië hebben verricht] (subtitle on front wrapper). 3de druk. (3rd. edn./revised).
Den Haag, Leger Voorlichtingsdienst, 1949 Medium 8°. Original wrappers, with covertitle in white and black type. 118pp. Table of contents. NOT called-for in holdings Royal Institute of Linguistics and Anthropology, KITLV.
Dutch language revised Royal dutch Army rules, laws, bylaws and regulations concerning the demobilization of dutch troops, actually having served in Indonesia, during the dutch-indonesian armed dispute, 1945-1949, published by the Royal Dutch Army Information Service. Very probably the last edition to be published. Scarce. (a somewhat dog-eared copy).

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EUR 75.00

Book nr.: 55866

LEGGE, John D., Intellectuals and Nationalism in Indonesia. A study of the Following recruited by Sutan Sjahrir in occupiation Jakarta. [First edition].
Ithaca, Cornell Modern Indonesia Project, 1986 Large 8°., original limp wrappers. (ix), 167pp. Footnotes, select bibliography, appendices, index, publ. list at rear end, table of contents. ["Cornell Modern Indonesia Project, Monograph Series"].
An examination of the character, ideas and attitudes of one section of the youth of Jakarta during the Japanese occupation and immediately after, to consider its place in the history of nationalist thought, and to reassess its contribution to the struggle for independence. Good copy. (a little bit dog-eared).

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EUR 30.00

Book nr.: 52292

LICHTVELD, W.H. & J.D. CARRIČRE (editorial committee), De Rechtspositie der Burgelijke Overheidsdienaren in Indonesië in verband met de Souvereiniteitsoverdracht. [Title on front wrapper].Orig. edn.
S.I., S.V.O., [....], 1949 Orig. wrappers, stapled. [36]pp. Footnotes. NOT called-for in HARSKAMP.
Analysing the legal position of dutch civil servants after the transfer of sovereignty of dutch colonial indonesia to the Republic of Indonesia. Good copy.

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EUR 35.00

Book nr.: 46833

LIMBURG, Rob. [Secretary "Landelijk Comité van Actie tegen Oorlog in Indonesië], AAN HET VOLK VAN NEDERLAND. Landgenoten!...Nog is het niet te laat!...Volk van Nederland hoe lang zult Gij dit nog dulden?Wanneer zult gij tot inzicht komen en een einde maken aan dit noodlottig drijven?...Geen soldaat meer naar Indonesië! [Original printed flyer in dutch].
Den Haag, "Landelijk Comité van Actie tegen Oorlog in Indonesë, 1946 Original printed flyer, 280x150mm. Four-folded. Dutch text partly printed in bold monochrome type.
Dutch language flyer addressed to the general dutch public calling for poilitical opposition agains dutch re-armament shortly after the Second World War as related to the dutch-indonesian armed dispute, strongly in support of the Indonesian revolution and struggle for Soverelignty. An interesting and rare left-wing flyer. Very good condition. (paper a bit brown, no signs OF ANY BRITTLENESS).

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EUR 150.00

Book nr.: 56484

LINGGADJATI AGREEMENT REGEERINGS VOORLICHTINGS DIENST 1946 - Commissarissen-Generaal over de Ontwerp-Overeenkomst [Linggadjati Agreement] December 1946. [Eerste druk/first edition].
S.I. ['s-Gravenhage], Regeerings Voorlichtings Dienst, RVD, 1946 Original printed wrappers, stapled. 17pp. With a black/white Group-portrait after a photograph in text and an informative Postscript by F. de Boer.
Complete dutch language text of the provisional Agreement, the so-called "Linggadjati Agreement", between the Dutch and Indonesian Republican Delegates, first phase of the [armed] dutch-indonesian dispute 1945-1950. Published by command of Royal Dutch Government Information services, R.V.D. Good copy. (staples a bit rusty, NO offsetting however].

EUR 20.00

Book nr.: 49437

LOCHER-SCHOLTEN, E., Verwerking en Koloniaal Trauma. Balans van begrippen; P. SCHUHMACHER, Heb ik Jou door Soekarno?; J. BROUWERS, De dag dat Soekarno stierf; F. van den Bosch, Ah! Bung Karno. Uit een brief aan Joop van den Berg; [and other contributions]. Publ. in:"Bzzletin", vol. 25-nr. 228 (September 1995.
Den Haag, "Bzzletin", 1995 Original limp glossy wrappers, title and an illustration on front wrapper. 87pp. Black/white ills. in text of which portraits, table in text, publ. data printed inside front wrapper, some related and illustrated advertism., table of contents.
A collection of 14 interesting essays by a.o. E. Utrecht, F. Springer, Kees Snoek, Lambert Giebels, Edy Seriese, Joop van den Berg...illustrating in detail the dutch national trauma related to the dutch-indonesian dispute 1945-1950 and its aftermath, the influx of thousands of repatriating eurasians carrying a dutch passport into the Netherlands, the decolonization process, stressed relations with the Sukarno administration, problems pertaining to the Moluccan repatriates and the R.M.S., etc. Nice copy. (a little bit dog-eared).

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EUR 30.00

Book nr.: 47402

LOGEMANN, J.A., Indonesië. Ed. by E. Vermeer.
[Amsterdam], Partij van de Arbeid, 1947 Original wraps., 16pp., stapled. KLOOSTER, 3131.
Brochure, publ. by the dutch labour party, 'Partij van de Arbeid', written by a former minister of colonies, propagating liquidation of colonial relations with Indonesia, advocating however indepencence for Indonesia within a commonwealth with the Netherlands. Fine copy.

EUR 40.00

Book nr.: 9930

LUBIS, M[OCHTAR, 1922-2004], Pers dan Wartawan. Teori dan Praktik dalam Djurnalistik. Tetakan Kedua. [2nd. edn.].
Djakarta, Balai Pustaka, 1952 Small 8°., orig. wrappers, front wrapper illustrated. 195pp. Black/white text-ills., incl. some portraits, facsims. of indonesian and foreign newspapers on 8pp., appendices I-X, including a list of literature consulted, list of indonesian newspapers, incl. indonesian language newspapers for indonesian chinese, the code of conduct concerning [indonesian] journalism, printed on verso of page 195, period 1949-1950, including numbers of editions published. ["B.P.", no. 1749].
An important and well-documented study on the theory and practice of journalism, mass-media and press in the new Indonesian Republic by this famous indonesian author and journalist. The list of indonesian newspapers at very end covers the period 1949-1950. This second edition NOT called-for in holdings of Royal Dutch Institute of Linguistics and Anthropology, KITLV. (calls for first edn. 1950). Good copy. Rare. (large coffee-stain on inside front wrapper, blank, some names scriblled on hftitle, a little bit of dog-earing and shaving to extremities of wrappers).

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EUR 250.00

Book nr.: 46635

MAAS, Peter F. & J.E.C.M. VAN OERLE, Indië verloren, rapspoed geboren. Het moeizame afscheid van Indië van Van Mook, Stikker en Sassen. [Eerste druk; First edition].
Dieren, De Bataafsche Leeuw, 1983 Original cloth, gilded title on front cover and spine, dustjacket. 94pp. Captioned monochrome illustrations, incl. portraits, in text, some facsims. after archivalia, extensive notes to text at end of each contribution, bibliography, register of personal names, sketc map of Java on endpapers, table of contents.
Dutch language scholarly survey in which political objectives and efforts are described and analyzed, as promoted by three important figures taking part in the dutch-indonesian political dispute 1945-1950: H.J. Van Mook, last Lieutenant Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies up till his dismissal; Mr. Stikker at Kaliurang (Java) the final stop before the outbreak of the Second Police Action against the Republic of Indonesia and Mr. E. Sassen, dutch Minister of Overseas Affairs. Very good copy, WITH dustjacket.

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EUR 25.00

Book nr.: 51895

MAH, S.L. [Ma Shuli], The History of Indonesia's Independence.[Yinni du li Yün dong shi]. Orig. edn.
Hong Kong, The Newsom Company/Xin wen tian di she, 1957 Recent clothbacked original wrappers, title in bold type chinese characters on front wrapper. Ills. on 15 black/white plates, incl. portraits and some sketch-maps, some text-ills., some tables in text, register.
History of Indonesia's struggle for independence as seen through Asian eyes, with a bi-lingual title-page, chinese charcters/english, text in chinese characters only. Copy inscribed in chinese characters by author in margin of ti.-p. Good to very good copy. A rarity. (lower right corner of lower outer wrapper clipped, spine skilfully reinforced with a modern cloth strip).

EUR 750.00

Book nr.: 45832

MALAY LANGUAGE COURSE - CHIEF GENERAL STAFF ROYAL DUTCH ARMY - Ontwerp Voorschrift Eenvoudig Spreekmaleisch (Modern beschaafd Maleisch).
S.L.[Batavia], s.n. [Chief Dutch General Staff], 1946 Original wrappers, stapled. Cover title with Royal Dutch Coat-of-Arms at top margin, repeated on ti.-p. 35pp. Glossary Malay-dutch; dutch-Malay at very end.
Provisional 20-lesson course how to master simple low- Malay(civilized malay), on behalf of dutch troops posted in post-war Indonesia during the dutch-indonesia [armed] dispute 1945-1950. Provisional Regulation published by command of Chief Dutch General Staff. Good copy. (grease spot inside front wrapper).

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EUR 45.00

Book nr.: 50329

MANGUNWIJAYA, Y.B. [1929-....], Het boek van de Wevervogel. Een Indonesische Roman. First dutch language edition, translated, with an epilogue, after the original Indonesian ("Buring-Burung Manyar") into dutch by F. van den Bosch. First dutch edn. [Eerste nederlandstalige druk; First dutch language edition].
Amsterdam, Meulenhoff, 1987 Stout 8°. Orig. thin stiff wrappers, illustrated front cover. 309pp. 2 ground-plans of the Japanese and pre-war dutch colonial Indonesian House, Kramatweg VI, with key on 2 unnumbered lvs., extensive explanatory glossary indonesian-dutch, note on Indonesian names and ways to address individuals, note on Indonesian spelling-problems, biogr. note with portrait of author on lower outer wrapper. ["Meulenhoff Editie"].
Indonesian novel, translated into dutch, based on historic facts about pre-war dutch colonialism, growing indonesian nationalism, japanese oppression of the Dutch East Indies in the Second World War, and its aftermath the Indonesian revolution and struggle for independence seen through the eyes of an indonesian author. Paperback edn. (as orig. publ.). Good to very good copy.

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EUR 65.00

Book nr.: 56770

MANSUR, Fatma, Onafhankelijkheid als proces. [First dutch language edition, translated trom the original english 'Process of Independence" London 1962 by J.T. de Jonge].
Amsterdam, Arbeiderspers, 1965 Medium 8°. Original buckram, dustjacket. 224pp. 4 sketch-maps on a plate at rear end, register, notes to chapters, preface by J.H. van Mook, table of contents.
Dutch language scholarly comparative investigation into the [political] processes from colonial to independent state, incl.de-colonization for Indonesia, India-Pakistan, Ghana and Nigeria; directed by a small elite, a period of research and reformation, beginning of political actions and participation of the masses. It includes the search for the formation of a neutral political position between the world powers. Includes a preface by J.H. van Mook, former Lt. Governor-General of the Dutch East Indies during the period of decolonization and conflict thetween the dutch and Indonesia. Very good copy, WITH DUSTJACKET. (dustjacket a bit frayed on edges).

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EUR 25.00

Book nr.: 54711

MARINE VOORLICHTINGSDIENST; LEGER VOORLICHTINGSDIENST [Editors]. WAPENBROEDERS. Uitgave van en voor de Nederlandsche Strijdkrachten in Nederlandsch-Indië.[.
Batavia, Visser & Co., 1946- 19471950 STOCKED:Vol. 1-Nr. 28, 30, 41(1946); Vol. 2-Nr. 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 9, 12, 13, 20, 21, 22, 23, 25, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 45, 47, 49. (1947-1948); Vol. 3-nr. 2, 4, 5, 6, 8, 9, 10, 11, 15, 18, 22, 25, 37, 41, 42, 47, 49, 50, 51, 52 (1948-1949); Vol. 4-Nr. 1, 5, 6, 7, 10, 23, 24, 29, 31, 32, 39, 45-46 (1949-1950). In 58 parts. ADDED: Two special issues (Out of Series), one by the Commander-in-Chief, the Lt.-General S.H. Spoor with his daily-order preceding the first full-scale military operation against the Republic of Indonesia, July 1947; the second one by H.M. Queen Wilhelmina of The Netherlands on the same topic. AND a special issue commemmorating the birth of "Marijke", Princess of Orange-Nassau, fourth daughter to H.R.H. Juliana, Princess of Orange-Nassau and her consort Bernhard, Prince of Lippe Biesterfeld. Together in 63 parts as published. Large 8°. Original illustrated wrappers. Each 32pp. Numerous captioned monochrome illustrations after photographs, cartoons after drawings, occasional terrain sketches.
Dutch language illustrated weekly magazine published on behalf of Royal Dutch Airforce, Army and Navy-personnel, serving in post-war Indonesia during the dutch-indonesian armed dispute 1946-1950 (discontinued in 1950). Supplies information on daily military life, patrolling and other personal experiences, sports, etc. Good set. (vol. 3-Nr.6, 37 (1948) and vol. 4-nr. 23 damaged by rodents).

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EUR 275.00

Book nr.: 52004
     

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