4 edition of Vegetables of the Dutch East Indies (edible tubers, bulbs, rhizomes, and spices included) found in the catalog.
Vegetables of the Dutch East Indies (edible tubers, bulbs, rhizomes, and spices included)
Ochse, J. J.
|Statement||by J. J. Ochse, in collaboration with R. C. Bakhuizen van den Brink.|
|Contributions||Bakhuizen van den Brink, Reinier Cornelis., Dutch East Indies. Departement van Landbouw, Nijverheid en Handel.|
|LC Classifications||SB176.I5 O2313 1977|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxvi, 1005 p. :|
|Number of Pages||1005|
|LC Control Number||78337948|
About this Item: W P VAN Stokum and Son Ltd (The Hague), Hardcover. Condition: Fair. No Jacket. Published by W P Van Stokum and Sons Ltd (The Hague) in , this is the hardback printing of S A Reitsma's VAN STOKUM'S TRAVELLERS' HANDBOOK: THE DUTCH EAST INDIES. In ten British prisoners were also dumped on Robben Island and in the Dutch dumped mutineers on the shores of Table Bay. In , the VOC issued instructions that a refreshment station should be established at the Cape to provide fresh supplies of vegetables, fruit and meat for VOC ships on their way to the East Indies.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking “East Indies: The Year Struggle Between the Portuguese Crown, the Dutch East India Company and the English East India Company for Supremacy in the Eastern Seas” as Want to Read/5(15). Therefore Indo Dutch: Indo-European ethnicity and Dutch citizenship, which was the case in the period of the Dutch East Indies and later the Netherlands, where most of the community migrated.) The word ‘cuisine’ describes a characteristic style of cooking practices and .
"Jonathan Israel's The Dutch Republic Boxer's The Dutch Seaborne Empire () is a classic, but his Jan Compagnie in War and Peace () is probably better. Stephen Bown's Merchant Kings: When Companies Ruled the World, (), Is. Colonial counterinsurgency and mass violence is the first book in English to treat the intense conflict that occurred during the ‘Indonesian revolution’—the decolonization struggle of the Dutch East Indies between and This case is particularly significant as the first episode of post-war colonial violence, indeed one with.
Horses of today
EarlyRider publicity handbook
Daily life in Parliament
Users Manual for Interactive Data Analysis
effect of temperature and duration of reaction on the formation of light oils in coal carbonization at atmospheric pressure ...
Appraising teacher effectiveness
Joh. Seb. Bach cantata texts
Slavery in New York
Model business contracts
The life and works of John Heywood. --
Footrot Flats Weekender 8
To live and die in L.A.
U.S. Marines in the Persian Gulf, 1990-1991.
The 2000 Import and Export Market for Office Machines in Colombia
Catch the wind
Vegetables of the Dutch East Indies (Edible tubers, bulbs, rhizomes and spices included) with a survey of the indigenous and foreign plants serving as pot-herbs and side-dishes.
Hardcover – : Jacob J. Ochse. Vegetables of the Dutch East Indies (edible tubers, bulbs rhizomes and spices included): Survey of the indigencus and foreign plants serving as pot-herbs and side-dishesAuthor: Jacob Jonas Ochse.
Vegetables of the Dutch East Indies (edible Tubers, Bulbs, Rhizomes, and Spices Included): Survey of the Indigenous and Foreign Plants Serving as Pot-herbs and Side-dishes.
Ochse, Reinier Cornelis Bakhuizen Van Den Brink. Asher, - Plants, Edible - pages. Contains botanical descriptions and cultural instructions for growing edible plants found in the Dutch East Indies. An accurate line drawing accompanies every description. It should prove a useful reference work to all engaged in tropical by: 3.
Vegetables of the Dutch East Indies (edible tubers, bulbs rhizomes and spices included) Buitenzorg, Java, Printed and edited by Archipel drukkerij, (OCoLC) Book: Vegetables of the Dutch East Indies (edible tubers, bulbs, rhizomes and spices included).
Survey of the indigenous and foreign plants serving as pot-herbs and side-dishes pp by: 9. This is the Japanese Army volume concerning the invasion of the Dutch East Indies and covers in great detail the forces assembled and combat operations conducted.
The Japanese history is often been referred an "official history", but this is not exactly what it is as the situation is 5/5(2).
Growing up in the Dutch East Indies and have lived in some places familiar to me was sometimes good or bad memory. Unfortunately during the war he and his family was in the Japanese camp, I was living about 4 miles from the camp on a farm hiding from the Japanese secret service.5/5(3).
Books shelved as dutch-east-indies: The Flamboya Tree: Memories of a Family's War Time Courage by Clara Olink Kelly, Oeroeg by Hella S. Haasse, Max Havel. Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. East Indies: The Year Struggle Between the Portuguese Crown, the Dutch East India Company and the English East India Company for Supremacy in the Eastern Seas.
In his book, Thief of Glory, Sigmund Brouwer tells the story of Jeremiah Prins whose advantaged life in the Dutch East Indies is swept up into World War II.
Forced into a Japanese internment camp, and separated from his father and older brothers, Jeremiah takes it upon himself to ensure the survival of his mother and younger siblings/5.
Vegetables of the Dutch East Indies (edible tubers, bulbs, rhizomes, and spices included): survey of the indigenous and foreign plants serving as pot-herbs and side-dishes Author: J J Ochse ; Reinier Cornelis Bakhuizen van den Brink ; Dutch East Indies.
Dutch Indies literature or Dutch East Indies literature (Dutch: Indische letteren or Nederlands Indische literatuur, Indonesia: Sastra Hindia Belanda) is the Dutch language literature of colonial and post-colonial Indonesia from the Dutch Golden Age to the present day.
It includes Dutch, Indo-European and Indonesian authors. Its subject matter thematically revolves around the VOC and Dutch. The Dutch East India Company (Verenigde Oostindische Compagnie or VOC) is one of the most influential and best expertly researched companies/corporations in history.
As an exemplary historical company-state, the VOC had effectively transformed itself from a corporate entity into a state, an empire, or even a world in its own right. The VOC World (i.e. networks of people, places, things. Fruits and fruitculture in the Dutch East Indies.
Batavia-C: G. Kolff. MLA Citation. Ochse, J. and Backer, C. and Bakhuizen van den Brink, Reinier Cornelis. Fruits and fruitculture in the Dutch East Indies, by J. Ochse in collaboration with R. Bakhuizen van den Brink G. Kolff Batavia-C Australian/Harvard Citation. The Dutch East Indies produced most of the world's supply of quinine and pepper, over a third of its rubber, a quarter of its coconut products, and a fifth of its tea, sugar, coffee, and oil.
The profit from the Dutch East Indies made the Netherlands one of the world's most significant colonial l: Batavia.
Silver Nutmeg.[The Dutch East Indies-Java,]. by Lofts, Norah [British author() and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Memories of the Dutch East Indies: From Plantation Society to Prisoner of Japan.
Elizabeth Van Kampen. Introduction. Ina t the age of one and a half years, Elizabeth van Kampen, daughter of a Dutch plantation manager, arrived with her parents in Sumatra in the former Dutch East Indies (today’s Indonesia), a land which she evokes from childhood memory as “paradise on earth.”.
The contents of this book are both interesting and illuminating as Pols effectively illustrates the ideas and activities of Indonesian physicians in the Dutch East Indies, their socio-political role in politics, the national awakening that transpired throughout different periods and, finally, the relationship between nationalism and medicine.'Cited by: 2.
“ Meticulously researched and sumptuously illustrated with old maps and paintings, Ian Burnet’s second book, East Indies, tells the fascinating story of the rise of the trading empires of the Portuguese, Dutch and English which led to the colonisation of much of the Asia by European powers.
From the early 16th Century traders, adventurers. Dutch literature is not restricted to the Netherlands, Flanders (Belgium), Suriname and the Netherlands Antilles, as it has also been produced in other (formerly) Dutch-speaking regions, such as French Flanders, South Africa and the former Dutch East Indies (present-day Indonesia).In the Dutch microbiologist and chemist Prinsen Geerligs made the first attempt to identify the tempeh mold.
The first tempeh companies in Europe were started in the Netherlands by immigrants from Indonesia. The first English written article appeared in the book "Vegetables of the Dutch East Indies ", written by J.J.
Ochse.Dutch Celebes refers to the period of colonial governance on the island of Sulawesi - as a commandment of the Dutch East India Company from until its demise in the early s, and then as a part of the Netherlands Indies or Dutch East Indies until Dutch presence in the region started with the capture of Sulawesi from the Portuguese, and ended by the declaration of independence by Capital: Makassar.