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Verkade Old advertising from the Dutch colonial era. The man in the picture is wearing Javanese costume.

Indonesia ~ Verkade Old advertising from the Dutch colonial era. The man in the picture is wearing Javanese costume.

Rare use of a cutaway in a poster illustrates how different the cabin configurations used to be.

KLM Airline Rare use of a cutaway in a poster illustrates how different the cabin configurations used to be.

Postpaarbank 1939, now changed into Bank Tabungan Negara (BTN)

Dutch East Indies, Postpaarbank now changed into Bank Tabungan Negara (BTN)

Indie Moet Vrij! (“The Indies Shall Be Freed!”), 1944 The Dutch had a vested interest in the Japanese occupation of Indonesia. This British poster was distributed by the Netherlands Government in exile and distributed in the liberated South of the Netherlands towards the end of WWII. War Posters: Weapons of Mass Communication by James Aulich (New York: Thames & Hudson, 2007).

The Indies Must be Free! Japan is cast as an especially sinister octopus, In this context “Indie Moet Vrij” means that the Dutch East Indies should be Dutch again. Pat Keely’s poster, printed in.

Koninklijke Marine recruitment poster  circa 1941-42 | Koninklijke Marine ( Royal Dutch Marine)

A young dark-haired man in a sailor's uniform smiles at the viewer. On the band of his hat are the words "Koninklijke Marine" (Royal Netherlands Navy).

Dutch East Indies

Stamp with a picture of the pilot at controls of planes, issued Apr. for the first air mail flight from Java (Indonesia) to Australia.

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