The British in Java, 1811-1816: A Javanese Account

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The British in Java, 1811-1816: A Javanese Account

The British in Java A Javanese Account An account of the British occupation of Java at the end of the Napoleonic Wars this volume provides a unique Javanese perspective on the imposition of imperial rule Based on the diary of a senior Yog

  • Title: The British in Java, 1811-1816: A Javanese Account
  • Author: PeterCarey John Villiers
  • ISBN: 9780197260623
  • Page: 301
  • Format: Hardcover
  • An account of the British occupation of Java at the end of the Napoleonic Wars, this volume provides a unique Javanese perspective on the imposition of imperial rule Based on the diary of a senior Yogyakarta prince, Carey s book sheds light on many aspects of court politics and society and offers a glimpse of some of the main Javanese and British protagonists.

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    One thought on “The British in Java, 1811-1816: A Javanese Account

    1. David Dewata on said:

      Potongan sejarah dari sudut pandang Pangeran Aryo Panular, tentang era pendudukan Inggris periode 1811-1816 dan pengaruhnya bagi Keraton Yogyakarta. Sekelumit nama Diponegoro juga disebut disini. Salut atas riser Peter Carey disini. Tidak hanya memberikan analisa atas “babad” tulisan sang pangeran, namun juga memberikan sinopsis yang mencerahkan apa yang ditulis sang pangeran di tiap babad.

    2. Victoria Tunggono on said:

      A very detailed description of the situation back when the British troop invaded Java in 1800s. Mr. Carey even have this book tour going on, which is a great way to understand more about what happened in the past (and to give us great insight to where/how we are going next.)

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