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Morning rush hour traffic in Jakarta, Indonesia. An every day journey to make ends meet.

Morning rush hour traffic in Jakarta, Indonesia. An every day journey to make ends meet.

Bangswan Atjeh dan istrinya. 1900-1920

Bangswan Atjeh dan istrinya. 1900-1920

Tempo Doeloe #81 - Batavia, Penari, 1912

Tempo Doeloe #81 - Batavia, Penari, 1912

The New Nation of Indonesia | LIFE Magazine February 13, 1950 | In this issue there are 14 pages of pictures by Henri Cartier-Bresson about Indonesia

The New Nation of Indonesia | LIFE Magazine February 13, 1950 | In this issue there are 14 pages of pictures by Henri Cartier-Bresson about Indonesia

Indonesia ~ Sumatra, Aceh | A young Gayo bride, North Sumatra. Photo taken before 1939

Indonesia ~ Sumatra, Aceh | A young Gayo bride, North Sumatra. Photo taken before 1939

Imagine, wife and Mr Presiden

Imagine, wife and Mr Presiden

Portret van een Minangkabau jongen en meisje in traditionele kleding in Batipoe., Christiaan Benjamin Nieuwenhuis, 1890 - 1912

Portret van een Minangkabau jongen en meisje in traditionele kleding in Batipoe., Christiaan Benjamin Nieuwenhuis, 1890 - 1912

Dayak warrior with human head trophies, Indonesia.

Dayak warrior with human head trophies, Indonesia.

Betawi woman (previously Batavia). Date unknown.

Betawi woman (previously Batavia). Date unknown.

'Max Havelaar, of de koffij-veilingen der Nederlandsche Handel-Maatschappij' ('Max Havelaar: Or the Coffee Auctions of the Dutch Trading Company', 1860) by Multatuli aka Eduard Douwes Dekker. It's a book known by all Dutch speakers, as a criticism of Dutch colonial policy in the Dutch East Indies (Indonesia). However, it is the candid use of language by Multatuli that impresses truly. And of course, the descriptions of the culture in societies of Java and Sumatra.

'Max Havelaar, of de koffij-veilingen der Nederlandsche Handel-Maatschappij' ('Max Havelaar: Or the Coffee Auctions of the Dutch Trading Company', 1860) by Multatuli aka Eduard Douwes Dekker. It's a book known by all Dutch speakers, as a criticism of Dutch colonial policy in the Dutch East Indies (Indonesia). However, it is the candid use of language by Multatuli that impresses truly. And of course, the descriptions of the culture in societies of Java and Sumatra.

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