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corpusdiplomaticumThe Corpus Diplomaticum Neerlando-Indicum comprises six volumes, and was published between 1907 and 1955 by Mr J.E. Heeres and Dr F.W. Stapel at the Koninklijk Instituut voor Taal-, Land- en Volkenkunde (KITLV). These volumes contain a representative collection of political contracts and treaties concluded by the Dutch in Asia and permits granted to them.

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For the first time these volumes have been scanned and published online by The Corts Foundation together with a searchable database of all the 1193 contracts and indexes on persons and places. Each volume separately has such indexes, but all the indexes are now combined together to give full access to all six volumes. Thousands of persons and places are named in these indexes and together form a valuable source for historians and other researchers. 

All the scans, database and indexes can be accessed on the Indonesian website of sejarah-nusantara.

The open data of this publication can be downloaded from the DASA project page.

 

The Ambassador of The Netherlands in Tokyo generously hosted the Corts Foundation on April 4, 2019. Final editor dr. W.G.J. Remmelink presented his second Senshi Sōsho volume no. 26: “The Operations of the Navy in the Dutch East Indies and the Bay of Bengal” on a well visited reception for an attentive listening audience.

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Bronbeek, 28 February 2019. The yearly commemoration of the battle of the Java Sea 1942 with the laying of a wreath was held today in the presence of the Marine Corps. Before the actual commemoration ceremony, dr. W.G.J. Remmelink presented his speech on the battle, illustrated with maps, and explained in detail the operational sequence of events and the ship movements. His presentation was based on his translation of Japanese source material from the Senshi Sōsho volume 26. 

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February 13th, The Corts Foundation presented her latest publication called “The Diplomatic Correspondence between the Kingdom of Siam and the Castle of Batavia during the 17th and 18th century” (translated in the Thai language) to the Ambassador of the Kingdom of Thailand Mrs. Eksiri Pintaruchi.

We are grateful to our partners of the Chulalongkorn University in Bangkok: Mrs. Prof. dr. Bhawan Ruangsilp, dr. Dhiravat Na Pombejra PhD and Miss Joyce Sutthiman Limpanusorn.

By translating original Dutch correspondence into English, Indonesian and now Thai, this unique correspondence becomes more accessible to historians worldwide, and especially also now in Thailand.

(photo left to right: Mevrouw Eksiri Pintaruchi, Dhr. Egbert Jacobs voorzitter TCF, Dhr. Joan Snellen van Vollenhoven secretaris TCF)

Download the publication here >>

 

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The Corts Foundation


is a Dutch non profit organization that uses the legacy of Kees Corts to perform history and archive projects concerning the former Dutch Indies, especially the period of the Dutch East India company, and end of the colonial period during World War II.
 

 

 

 

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Jakarta, Indonesia
Bangkok, Thailand

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In particular:
Christiaan G. van Anrooij Fonds
 Engelbert van Bevervoorde-Van Heyst Fonds

 

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In particular:
Isaac Alfred Ailion Foundation

 

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ANRI

Arsip Nasional Republik Indonesia

 

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NIMH

National Institute for Military History 

 

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 Audited for reliable management and expenditure

 

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