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Edited by J.Th. Lindblad & P. Post
This collection of essays provides insights into the complex process of economic decolonization in Indonesia from a variety of perspectives. The emancipation from Dutch colonialism in the economic sphere is linked to the unique features of the new nation-state emerging in newly independent ...
Peter Keppy. Translated by Mischa Hoyinck and Robert Chesal
This book focuses on the aftermath of World War II in Asia as described in a sobering and insightful history of two types of redress: compensation for material war damage and restitution of looted property. Japanese Army units and citizens stole goods while shelling and bombardment by all sides ...
Edited by Peter Boomgaard, Dick Kooiman & Henk Schulte Nordholt
Trade flows, cities and kinship relations can all be seen as elements of complex networks. In this collection of essays, all of which deal with Asia, we argue that there are good reasons to envisage them as various dimensions of the same networks.
Edited by Reimar Schefold et al.
This collection aims to attract attention to the admirable achievements of indigenous builders in Indonesia and to contribute to a broader sense of commitment to the endangered architectural heritage in the region. It presents the second part of the results of a research project on vernacular ...
Edited by Peter Boomgaard & David Henley
Historians of Southeast Asia have traditionally preferred to write about politics and culture rather than economics and ecology, and where they have looked at the history of agriculture they have most often concentrated on cash crops like sugar, coffee and rubber which figure prominently in ...
Edited by Peter Post (General Editor), William H. Frederick, Iris Heidebrink and Shigeru Sato. Co-edited by William Bradley Horton and Didi Kwartanada.
Written by an international team of researchers the Encyclopedia of Indonesia in the Pacific War presents a well-balanced view on the political, socio-economic and cultural developments in Indonesia in and around the complex period of Second World War. Choice’s Outstanding Academic Title 2010.
J. Olivier. Ingeleid door Peter Boomgaard
Peter O'Connor, Musashino University
This study is the first to assess the combined significance of the English-language newspapers of China, Japan and Korea in the period 1918-45. It frames the English-language press networks in the international media history of East Asia, relating them to media developments in the ‘British ...
Compiled, edited, and with an Introduction by Peter Mauch, Ritsumeikan University
Book based on papers of Kichisaburo Nomura – Japanese admiral, foreign minister, ambassador to the U.S., “spiritual godfather” of postwar Japan’s Maritime Self-Defense Force. It is revealing, providing insights into domestic conditions in occupied Japan, U.S. policies toward Japan, the Cold War ...
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