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Title: De Nederlandse begraafplaats Peutjoet onthult de geschiedenis van de heldenmoed van het Atjehse Volk. Transl. by Abdul Kadir, Agerbeek Brendgen.
Description: [Haarlem], privately published, [..], 1972. Small folio, orig. clothbacked stiff wraps., 33pp. of cyclostyled text on rectos only, ills. on 9 plates, short bibliography; added some press-clippings on the restoration of the famous military cemetery Peutjoet (Banda Aceh, formerly called Koetaradja). A concise history of the famous military cemetery Peutjoet, Banda Aceh, Aceh formerly called Koeta or Kota Radja. Translated after the original indonesian text by Abdul Kadir, Agerbeek and Brendgen. In the 1970's the cemetery, where many dutch and acenehse combattants from various aceh-wars have been buried, was restored to its old glory by a dutch-acehnese/indonesian initiative in which a former dutch army colonel J.H. Brendgen, of the Royal Dutch East Indian Army, K.N.I.L., took a big part. The illustrations are of reasonable quality. Privately published. Very good copy.

Keywords: aceh war atjeh oorlog militaria cemetery peutjoet banda atjeh militaria history verzoenen agerbeek brendgen abdul kadir tjoetje sumatra atjeh indonesia southeast asia war

Price: EUR 125.00 = appr. US$ 135.86 Seller: Antiquarian Booksellers Gemilang
- Book number: 5702