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Hermanus Johannes de Graaf (2 December 1899 – 24 August 1984) was a Dutch historian specialising in the history of Java, Indonesia's most populous island. Trained as historian at Leiden University, he moved to Batavia (today's Jakarta) to take a government job, and later became a teacher for various schools in Indonesia. At the same time, he pursued his interest in the history of Indonesia and published books and articles on the topic. After a brief assignment at the University of Indonesia, he returned to the Netherlands. He taught at various institutions, including Leiden, until 1967 and continued to publish scholarly works, even after his retirement. He suffered a serious stroke in 1982 and died two years later.

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Uniform title: Moord op Kapitein Francois Tack, 8 Febr. 1686. Indonesian
by Graaf, Hermanus Johannes de, 1899-1984
Jakarta : Grafiti Pers, 1989
Uniform title: Regering van Sultan Agung, vorst van Mataram, 1613-1645, en die van zijn voorganger Panembahan Seda-ing-Krapjak, 1601-1613. Indonesian
by Graaf, Hermanus Johannes de, 1899-1984
Jakarta : Grafitipers, 1986
by Graaf, Hermanus Johannes de, 1899-1984
Zaltbommel : Europese Bibliotheek, 1970 , ©1969
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Uniform title: Regeering van Panembahan Senapati Ingalaga. Indonesian
by Graaf, Hermanus Johannes de, 1899-1984
Jakarta : Grafiti Pers, 1985
by Graaf, Hermanus Johannes de, 1899-1984
Amsterdam : Vangendt ; New York : A. Schram, 1969
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