The Lion and the Gadfly: Dutch Colonialism and the Spirit of E.F.E. Douwes Dekker
This political biography reveals the turbulent life of Ernest François Eugène Douwes Dekker, son of a Dutch father and a German-Javanese mother, born on Java in 1879.
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Family background of Ernest Francois Eugene Douwes Dekker
A hero in the making? The AngloBoer War 18991902
Wives and children
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A.C.D. de Graeff activities arrival Asia asked Attorney August Bandung Batavia Bataviaasch Nieuwsblad Boer British camp chapter Chinese Dahler DD wrote DD's December Dekker and Harumi Director of Education discussed Douwes Dekker Dutch early economic Ernest European Expres expressed Fatherland February German Governor-General guilders Handelingen Volksraad Harumi Wanasita Idenburg important Indiers Indische Bond Indische Partij Indo Indonesian Insulinde internment Jakarta January Japan Japanese Java Johanna Jong July June Ksatrian Institute later leaders lengthy letter Linggadjati Agreement March mentioned Minister of Colonies MinKol Mook Multatuli Multatuli Museum Muurling Nationaal Indische Partij nationalist native Netherlands Indies November October officials Peranakan person Pleijte political present Priangan question received referred Republic Resident Sarekat Islam seemed Semarang September Setiabuddhi Singapore Soekarno Soewardi statement Surabaya Surakarta Surinam teachers Thamrin tion Tjipto told Volksraad wife writing Yogya Yogyakarta Zaalberg