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Indonesian trade and society; essays in Asian social and economic history
Bib ID 2160417
Format BookBook
Author
Leur, J. C. van (Jacob Cornelis), 1908-1942
 
Edition 2d ed. 
Description Bandung, "Sumur Bandung," 1960 
xvii, 388 p. maps. 24 cm. 
Series

Selected studies on Indonesia ; v. 1

Full contents
  • On early Asian trade.
  • On the study of Indonesian history.
  • The world of Southeast Asia, 1500-1650.
  • A history of the Netherlands East Indies: three reviews.
 
Notes

"Bibliography of the writings of J. C. van Leur": p. [xiv]-xvii.

Includes bibliographies.

Subjects Indonesia - Commerce.  |  Indonesia - Economic conditions.  |  Indonesia - Social conditions.

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