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- Harry J. Benda, S.L. van der Wal, De Volksraad en de staatkundige ontwikkeling van Nederlandsch-Indië: Een bronnenpublikatie. The People’s Council and the political development of the Netherlands-Indies. (With an introduction and survey of the documents in English). Tweede Stuk 1927-1942. J.B. Wolters, Leiden, 1965. Appendices, Index. xx-727 pp.- J. Valkhoff, D. van Eck, Juridische aspecten van geld, met name in het vroegere Nederlands-Indië. Kluwer, Deventer 1970. 358 blz.- R.S. Wassing, Claire Holt, Art in Indonesia - Continuities and change. Cornell University Press, Ithaca 1967. 355 p., 200 ills., 8 figs., 2 maps.- P. van Emst, Hans Nevermann, Die religionen der Südsee und Australiens. Die Religionen er Menschheit, Band 5, 2. W. Kohlhammer Verlag, Stuttgart, 1968. Pp. 329., Ernest A. Worms, Helmut Petri (eds.)- J. van Baal, Kenelm Burridge, Tangu Traditions. A study of the way of life, mythology, and developing experience of a New Guinea people. Clarendon Press: Oxford University Press, 1969. XXIII, 513 pp.- Elizabeth P. Wittermans, Andrew W. Lind, Hawaii: The last of the magic isles. Oxford University Press for Institute of Race Relations, London 1969. 129 p.- W.F.L. Buschkens, Frank Cancian, Economics and prestige in a Maya community; The religious cargo system in Zinacantan. Stanford University Press, Stanford, California, 1969, IX + 238 pp.- ,


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