Out of Exile

By Sutan Sjahrir; Maria Duchâteau-Sjahrir et al. | Go to book overview

GLOSSARY OF UNFAMILIAR NAMES USED IN THE TEXT
BLANKENSTEIN, VAN: a liberal Dutch journalist, who had written an account of conditions in Digoel before Sjahrir was sent there.
COLIJN: A long-time Minister of Colonies in the Dutch government until the midthirties, who was strongly disliked by the nationalists for his policies.
HAFIL: Mohammed Hatta, the vice-president and third prime minister of the Indonesian Republic, who was imprisoned with Sjahrir at Tjipinang, Digoel, and Neira.
HART: The prewar Director of Economic Affairs of the Netherlands Indies government, who was popular among the nationalists for his progressive ideas.
HUIZINGA: A well-known Dutch historian and social philosopher whose writings are still highly regarded in Holland.
DE JONGE: The governor general before Starkenborgh.
KAJA-KAJA: A primitive tribe of western New Guinea.
K.P.M.: The Royal Navigation Steamship Company (Koninklijke Paketvaart Maatachappij), which had a monopoly of shipping within the waters of the archipelago, in return for which it provided a service to out-of-the-way and unprofitable stations where there were government or military posts.
MUSSERT: Leader of the Dutch Nazis in Holland.
PARINDRA: The largest co-operative party among the prewar Indonesian nationalists. (Partai Indonesia Raya.)
PARTINDO: A nationalist party that Soekarno led in the early thirties.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction vii
  • Glossary of Unfamiliar Names Used in the Text xxi
  • Book One 1
  • 2 - Intermezzo 42
  • 3 52
  • 4 79
  • Book Two 217
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