In 1960 Thijs van der Zanden was deployed as a soldier to the former Dutch New Guinea for one year. As an infantryman he is mainly stationed on the islands of Biak and Woendi. Van der Zanden writes about the Papuans and their background, the Security Platoon and the Royal Dutch Air Force. There are also personal stories of various ‘sobats’ of commandos, infantry and members of the Royal Air Force. The book is a beautiful document of a time already far behind us.
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Soesterberg, Uitgeverij Aspekt 'Do not forget us’. The Papua Volunteer Corps (1961-1963)’. Little has been written about the Papua Vrijwilligers Korps (PVK). Only a few random articles and some chapters in books about the Marine Corps. 'Verget ons niet' (Do not forget us), with these words Papuan soldier Mareret ended a letter, written on February 7th 1963, to his former platoon commander. With this book the author responds in a way to this cry of the heart and gives the PVK its wel deserved place in written history.
Amsterdam, Kit publishers, 272 pag. A perspective for Papua; the story of my life and my struggles. Viktor Kaisiëpo, a prominent Papua leader and a charismatic man passed away on January 31st 2010 after a serious illness.Around 1980 he was seized by the opportunity to combine the Papuan struggle with the rights of Indigenous People. He changes from a political campaigner into an international lobbyist at the United Nations institutions. He is appointed to influential positions in Papua after the fall of the Suharto dictatorship and develops a new perspective for working on Papua's future. A perspective that is propagated in this book with great personal positivism and political optimism. Purchase online at http://www.kitpublishers.nl/smartsite.shtml?ch=FAB&id=33740&ItemID=2892
Hoogerbrugge, Jac., Raymond Corbey, Nick Stanley ,
C. Zwartenkot Art Books, Leiden, 336 p., 730 photographs, 56 b/w drawings, 2 maps, biblio.. Text: English and Indonesian; ASMAT. ARTS, CRAFTS AND PEOPLE. A PHOTOGRAPHIC DIARY, 1969 - 1974. ASMAT. SENI, KERAJINAN DAN MANUSIA. SEBUAH BUKU HARIAN FOTOGRAFIK, 1969-1974.
Düsseldorf, Wahine Verlag, 184 colour pag.
Until the seventies the Yali's lived in the highlands of West Papua still in the Stone Age, cut off from the outside world. This beautiful photo book shows the original life of the Yali, their culture and traditions. The book is designed to keep the memory alive to people who experienced the change of the Stone Age to modern times in 50 years. Purchase on line: http://www.wahine-verlag.de/index.php
Emmen, Lanasta, 360 pag.
(Guardians over the Stone Age; The Naval Aviation in New Guinea 1922 – 1950)
Little is known about the Marine Luchtvaartdienst (MLD) and the New Guinea period. While writing this book it showed also, that only a few publications appeared about the bloody battle In New Guinea during World War II. This book focuses on the history, World War II and the time afterwards. The actions of the Martin Mariner, the Dakota and the Famous Neptune are being described. This book contains many illustrations and photographs.
Kakaskasen-Tomohon, SusuhGuwegKreasi, 377 p.
During the period as the Regional Police Chief, Bekto Suprapto felt challenged to publish a collection of photographic impressions showing the beauty of nature and culture of Papua that could captive its observers.
Düsseldorf, Wahine Verlag, 398p.
This book is a translation into Indonesian of the thesis of Rev. Siegfried Zöllner, ‘ Lebensraum und Schweinekult: die Religion der Yali im Bergland von Irian-Jaya'. In 1960 Dr. Siegfried Zöllner arrived in Papua, the former Dutch New Guinea. Together with the Dutch medical missionary Wim Vriend they opened the missionary post Angguruk and started the construction of an air strip for small airplanes in 1962. For 14 years Dr. Siegfried Zöllner was working as a pastor the area of the Yali's. Purchase online at http://www.wahine-verlag.de/index.php
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