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Historische, chronologische overzichtskaart van den Atjeh oorlog

event1898

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The Aceh War (1873–1904) between the Sultanate of Aceh and Dutch colonists is highlighted on this map, with areas coloured to show when the Dutch conquered them. Settlements are marked with flags indicating their status; military roads are in red.

Kaart der residentie Zuider- en Ooster-afdeeling van Borneo

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On this map, the residency of South and East Borneo is divided into departments (green borders) and provinces (yellow borders). There is an inset plan of the city of Banjarmasin, with rivers, buildings, residential areas, roads and crops marked.

Kaart van het eiland Borneo

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This map of Borneo is divided between two residencies of the Dutch East Indies (Residentie Westerafdeeling van Borneo and Residentie Zuider en Oosterafdeeling van Borneo), and the British protectorates of Sarawak and British North Borneo.

Overzichtskaart van de Residentie Besoeki

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This map of the residency of Besoeki (Banyuwangi Regency, East Java) is divided into regencies and districts. Heights of mountains and settlements are given in metres, and distances are shown along roads. Sugar factories and fishing ponds are marked.

[Batavia en omgeving]

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Four sheets from a larger series of maps, showing the city of Batavia (Jakarta, Java). The port, railway network and city centre are shown in great detail. To the west and south of the centre, there are villages, rice paddies, fields and wetlands.

Figuratieve schetskaart van de Pedirstreek

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Map of Pedirstreek (Pidie Regency) on the east coast of Aceh, Sumatra, spread over two sheets. It is divided into administrative areas, and features rice paddies, villages, mosques, roads and local fortifications.

Kaart der hoofdplaats Batavia omstreeks het jaar 1740

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A mid-18th century map of the important port of Batavia (Jakarta), with military forts, a pier, hospitals, churches, and residential streets. However, the city is also surrounded by fields and plantations, for producing crops and grazing animals.

Kaart van de Kleine Soenda eilanden

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The Lesser Sunda Islands are shown spread over these three late 19th century maps. Each island is divided into local administrative districts, with cities, mountains and routes marked. Shoals, lighthouses and anchor points are shown at the coasts.

Kaart van de residentie Wester-afdeeling van Borneo

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Topographical map of western Borneo. Larger settlements are marked with their height above sea-level and with a flag to indicate a military garrison. They also have a letter signifying the local ruler, from Sultan to Lauthai (village elder).

Kaart de residentie Wester-afdeeling van Borneo

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Topographical map of western Borneo, with inset maps of the islands off the west coast, and of the city of Pontianak including the docks and crops grown near the city (rice, coconut, mangosteen, sago, alang-alang, indigo plant, sugarcane, bamboo).

Kaart van het gebied bezet in Groot-Atjèh

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A large-scale map of Groot-Atjceh, northern Sumatra, spread over six sheets, and featuring details such as routes, crops (rice, banana, sugarcane, alang-alang, bamboo), mountains and wetlands, and settlements (city of Kota Radja (modern Banda Aceh)).

Kaart van het kasteel en de stad Batavia in het jaar 1667

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Very detailed map of the port city of Batavia (Jakarta), with numerous locations listed in the multiple legends. The city’s coat of arms—featuring a sword and laurel wreath—and the Dutch East India Company monogram logo—letters ‘VOC’—are also shown.

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