Index
in Photographic subjects

Index

Page numbers in italic refer to illustrations.

Abbenhuis, Wouter 36
Abbo, J. J. 194
Abendanon, Jacques Henry 99
Aceh 31–2, 33 , 160, 191
Adam, Tassilo 140
album covers 92, 136, 137–8
Aldrich, Robert 7
Alfuru 158 , 160
Amateur Photographers Association 57
amateur photography
advent of 11, 15, 57, 64–6
ethnography 157–61
during Indonesian National Revolution 19
at public festivals 41–5
versus studio photography 57
Amsterdam 166–8, 167–8
Anderson, Benedict 3, 136
anthropology 171
art objects 71, 72 , 139
Asceticism of Arjuna 139
‘Association’ (Ethical Policy) 16, 88
Baal, Jan van 76, 77, 162, 185–7, 186
Babo (New Guinea) 60–1, 61–3 , 65, 107, 154, 155
Bali 201–3, 204–5
Bali-float 167–8, 168
Banda Neira (Maluku) 91–2, 93
Bandung (Java) 75, 85, 86 , 95, 96
Banjarmasin (Borneo) 90
Barabai (Borneo)
modernisation projects 104–5, 106–7
Queen's Day celebrations 44–6, 45 , 159 , 159–61
Batavia (Java)
Amateur Photography Association 57
illuminations 90, 97
vocational institutions 85
Batchen, Geoffrey 28, 56
batik cloth 92, 122, 126–7, 176
Beatrix, Queen 15, 69, 71, 75, 76, 108, 135, 174
Belgian monarchy 73
Bernhard, Prince
birthday celebrations 192, 201, 203
in Canada 71–3, 72
childhood photographs of 69, 70
commemorative books 69, 70 , 95–7, 99, 111
gifts to 123–5, 131, 133 , 135–41, 137–8 , 142 , 146, 186
in Indonesian traditional clothing 207
infidelities 130
marriage (1937) 67, 108, 135
radio broadcast 9
Bijleveld, Johannes 36, 37
Bijleveld, Johan Wouter 102
Bijleveld-Visser, R. 102 , 103
Bilsen, Joop van 190
Binnenlandsch Bestuur (Interior Administration) 41–5, 144, 201
Bles, David 45, 46
body politic 171–8
Borneo
illuminations 90
migration programmes 165
modernisation projects 104–5, 106–7
Queen's Day celebrations 42–6, 43–5 , 159 , 159–61
Bosma, Ulbe 10, 64
Boven Digoel (New Guinea) 88
British colonial rule
features of 6–7, 28, 58, 87
Indian opposition to 121
British monarchy 71, 73, 124
Broeckhuijsen, G. H. van 205 , 206
Broomhall, Susan 179
Brooschooft, Pieter 85
Budi Utomo 4
Buitengewesten see Outer Provinces
Buitenzorg Palace (Java) 29–30, 31 , 97
cabinet photos 11
Canada
Dutch royal family in 71–3, 72
Cannadine, David 6–7, 58, 87, 118
Carter, Sarah 7
cartes-de-visites 11, 165
Cephas, Kassian 124, 140–1
Chambers, Deborah 78
children
in royal celebrations 11, 27, 28 , 98–9, 100 , 185, 186 , 202–3, 206
children's festival (kinderfeest) 11, 202
Chinese Association schools 94–5
Chinese community
during Indonesian National Revolution 200 , 200–1
photography in 57, 93–5, 94 , 209
Chinese dragon dance 154, 155 , 161
Christian traditions 2–3, 130
Christina (Marijke), Princess 69, 72 , 76, 195, 197
cinemas 105, 107
cleansing actions (zuiveringsacties) 196–7, 198–9 , 206
clothing
Dutch folk costumes 18, 156, 166, 171–8, 173 , 179
Indigenous traditional 126, 127–8 , 175, 206–7
modern European 118, 119 , 126–31, 127 , 175
Clulow, Adam 122
Coen, Jan Pieterszoon 13
colonial army 191
colonial migration circuit 64–6
colonial rule, notions of 6–7, 16–17, 35–9, 47–8
commemorative books (gedenkboeken) 11, 46, 56
Juliana's coronation (1948) 71–3, 72 , 109–10
Juliana's visit to Indonesia (1971) 203–7
Juliana's wedding (1937) 69, 70 , 95–7, 99, 111
Wilhelmina's fortieth jubilee (1938) 166–8
Wilhelmina's silver jubilee (1923) 32, 62–4, 104
communist uprisings 88, 188
court photographers 40, 131–2, 140–1
dagboek (diary) 104–7, 106–7
dances
kuda kepang 154, 159, 159 , 163–5
at royal celebrations 154, 155 , 159, 159 , 161–6, 162–3
wayang wong 131–2, 138–43, 142 , 146
Demmeni, Jean 157, 161
democratisation
of Dutch monarchy 15, 56, 66–74, 77–9, 174–5
Indigenous movement for 4, 18–19, 109, 143
Deutmann, Herman 68 , 173
Dick, H. W. 91
Dienst Welzijnsverzorging (Welfare Service) 192
Dipenogoro, Prince 39
Djajadiningrat, Achmad 4
dolls 175–6
Douwes Dekker, G.M.G. 165–6
Drees, Willem 190
Drieënhuizen, Caroline 65
Dronkers, P. L. 201–3, 204
Dutch East India Company (Verenigde Oostindische Compagnie) 1, 4, 35, 39, 89, 122
Dutch East Indies
Dutch monarchy's absence from 2, 12–15, 27, 46–8, 88, 120, 208–10
Japanese invasion of 4, 9, 19
overview of 3–8
self-rule in 189, 190 , 207
travel from 9–10
Dutch identity 18, 76–7, 79, 166–71
Dutch military actions (1945–50) 188–203, 198–9 , 206
Dutch monarchy
democratisation of 15, 56, 66–74, 77–9, 174–5
in folk costume 18, 156, 166, 171–8, 173 , 179
gender and 8, 15, 18
gifts to 17–18, 122–5, 176, 186, 188, 209
overview of 3–8
during World War II 71–3, 72 , 77, 109, 191
Dutch New Guinea see New Guinea
Dutch Trading Company (Nederlandsch Handelmaatschappij) 97
Dutch West Indies 109, 177, 189, 207
East Indies see Dutch East Indies
Eckhardt, Pieter 5–6, 13, 88
Edwards, Elizabeth 78, 169
effigies
of the Queen 2, 2 , 14, 40, 41 , 46, 48
electrification projects 104–8, 111–12
see also illuminations
Emma, Queen Regent 3, 5, 15, 67, 135, 171, 175, 191
England
ethnography in 169
monarchy 71, 73, 124
Ensel, Remco 169, 171, 172, 175
erepoorten (triumphal arches) 29, 40, 42 , 89, 90, 193
Ethical Policy 85–117
in Bandung 85, 86 , 95, 96
illuminations in see illuminations
during Indonesian National Revolution 191, 203, 204–5
limits of 98–108
overview of 16, 87–9, 110–12, 210
in royal exhibition 177
snapshot diplomacy during 143–5
Ethici 98, 101
ethnography (volkenkunde)
in Dutch East Indies 156–61
in Netherlands 166–71, 179
overview of 18, 75–6, 123, 178
in royal exhibitions 177
family photography 53–84
advent of 11, 15, 19, 66
by Dutch soldiers 19, 189–203
de Hoog album 58–61, 59 , 61–3 , 65, 107, 154, 155 , 161–5
gender and 77
Irene album 53–6, 54–5 , 65–6
oranjegevoel 64–6, 77–8
‘ordinary’ royalty 15, 56, 66–74, 77–9
private collections 74–7, 85, 86
royal celebrations 56–64, 74–7
Fasseur, Cees 109
Fatherland Club (Vaderlandsche Club) 26
Feilberg, Kristen 157
female king
historical context 8, 207
role of 15, 18, 77, 171–2, 175, 179, 209
film 9, 71, 105, 107
fireworks 89
Fock, Dirk 63
folk costumes (klederdracht) 18, 156, 166, 171–8, 173 , 179
folklore studies (volkskunde) 18, 166–71, 175
Foltynksi Jr, Max 74–7, 85, 86 , 95
French colonial rule 6
frontispiece (wadana) 136, 138
games
at royal celebrations 154, 193, 196
Garebeg Mulud 58, 163
gas lamps 89–90
gaze
in snapshot diplomacy 132–4, 133
gedenkboeken see commemorative books
gender
clothing and 127, 127 , 175
monarchy and 8, 15, 18, 209
see also female king
photography and 77, 161
General Education Association of Java 94–5
Gent, Jacqueline van 179
George V, King 9
Germany
ethnography in 169
occupation of the Netherlands 71–3, 108–9, 191
Gesseler Verschuir, P.R.W. van 36
gezaghebber (holder of authority) 42–3
gifts 17–18, 122–5, 176, 186, 188, 209
Ginkel, Rob van 171
G. Kolff & Co 141
Goesti Kandjeng Ratoe Hemas 133
governors-general 29–33, 47, 90
Graeff, A.C.D. de 13, 14, 188
Grever, Maria 8
Grimm & Co. (Surabaya) 91, 92
Groneman, Isaac 140
Gunung Api (Banda Neira) 92, 93
Gusti Raden Ajeng Siti Nurul Kusumowardhani 9
Gusti Raden Mas Putri 140
halo effect 2–3, 14
Hamengku Buwono VI, Sultan 124
Hamengku Buwono VII, Sultan 140
Hamengku Buwono VIII, Sultan
death of 101–2
innovation by 143–5
photographic gifts 120–1, 124, 131–2, 138–43, 142 , 146
refusal to engage 17, 131–2, 146
wayang wong (dance drama) 138–43, 142 , 146
at Wilhelmina's fortieth jubilee (1938) 37, 37
Hamengku Buwono IX, Sultan 101–2, 207
Hamenkunegoro III 140
Hamid, Sultan 190
Hatta, Mohammed 4, 188, 190
Hawai'ian monarchy 121
Helsdingen, J. J. van 1, 134
Hendrik, Prince 9, 67, 91, 130, 135
Henkes, Barbara 171
Heutsz, J. B. van 30–2, 177, 191
Hofker, Willem 46, 71
Holt, Claire 164
Hoog, E.P.L. de 58–61, 59 , 61–3 , 65, 77, 107, 154, 155 , 161–5
Hordijk, C. Pijnacker 176
Hunselaar, J. C. 195 , 200, 200
illuminations
during Indonesian National Revolution 193
during Juliana's reign
coronation (1948) 109–10
‘Irene’ album (1939) 55, 55
wedding (1937) 99, 108, 111
kraton (palace) 99–103, 103
in Netherlands 90, 96–7, 108–11
in New Guinea 61, 61–2 , 107
overview of 16–17, 87–9, 110–12
before Wilhelmina's reign 89–91
during Wilhelmina's reign 91–7
fortieth jubilee (1938) 101–3, 102–3
silver jubilee (1923) 85, 86 , 95, 96 , 99, 100 , 104
during World War II 108–9
incorporation rituals 171–8
India 87, 121
Indies Hall (Indische Zaal) 123
Indigenous people
amateur photography by 57–8
in civil service 98
engagement with colonial authorities 7, 16–17, 35–9, 47–8
Ethici 98, 101
see also Ethical Policy
ethnographic view of 164–5
hostility to Dutch rule 88–9
as ‘Others’ 6–7, 132–4
preservationist movement 145
Indische Partij 4
Indology 123
Indonesia
as Dutch colony see Dutch East Indies
Dutch community in 76
visit of Dutch monarchy to 203–7
independence of 189, 190 , 207
Indonesian Communist Party 88
Indonesian National Revolution
Malino Conference 32–3, 34
overview of 4, 18–19, 109, 187–91
photography by Dutch soldiers during 19, 189–203
Interior Administration (Binnenlandsch Bestuur) 41–5, 144, 201
internationalism 65
Irene, Princess 69, 71, 72
commemorative album for 53–6, 54–5 , 65–6
Italian monarchy 73
Jagt, Max Büttner van der 26–7, 28 , 40
Jakarta 109
see also Batavia
James, K. A. 29, 161
Japanese community 57
Japanese occupation 4, 9, 19, 188
Java
Chinese community 57, 93–5, 94
communist uprisings 88
Ethici 98
illuminations 90, 91–7, 92 , 96 , 99–103, 100 , 101, 102
Irene album 53–6, 54–5 , 65–6
preservationist movement 145
Queen's Day celebrations (1949) 196–7, 199
royalty see vorstenlanden
studio photography 10
visual culture in 3, 136, 137–8
vocational institutions 85
Wilhelmina's coronation festivals 40, 41 , 42 , 91
Wilhelmina's silver jubilee festivals 62–4, 85, 86 , 92–6, 96
Java Bank 97
Java dolls 175–6
Jong Java (Young Java) 62, 99, 100
Josselin de Jong, Pieter de 30, 32
Juliana, Queen
birthday gifts 94, 94
in Canada 71–3, 72
childhood photographs of 67, 68 , 69, 70
commemorative books 69, 70 , 95–7, 99, 111
coronation (1948) 71–3, 72 , 109–10, 185, 189, 192
in folk costume 18, 173 , 173–4, 179
gifts 123–5, 131, 133 , 135–41, 137–8 , 142 , 146, 186
as ‘ordinary’ royalty 15, 56, 66–74, 77–9, 174–5
overview of reign 4
portraits of see portraits of the Queen
radio broadcast 9
transfer of sovereignty to Indonesia 189, 190
visit to Indonesia 203–7
wedding (1937) 67, 108, 135
Juliana Theatre (Barabai) 107
kaoem moeda bangsa Tjina (enlightened Chinese) 95
Kartini, Raden Ajeng 99
Kerto 176
Kesteren, C. O. van 46
kinderfeest (children's festival) 11, 202
Kinsbergen, Isidore van 10, 40
klederdracht (folk costume) 18, 156, 166, 171–8, 173 , 179
Kneuterdijk Palace (The Hague) 123, 176
KNIL (Koninklijk Nederlandsch-Indisch Leger) 191
Koesomeo Joedo, Pangeran Adipati Ario 144
komedi bangsawan (Malay opera) 154
koninginnedag see Queen's Day celebrations
Koninklijk Paketvaart Maatschappij (Royal Shipping Company) 97
korte verklaring (short declaration) 36
Kossen, Piet 196–7, 199
Kota Baru 42–3, 43 , 44
kraton (palace), illuminations of 99–103, 103
kuda kepang 154, 159, 159 , 163–5
Kurkdjian, Ohannes (Onnes) 40, 42 , 91, 92
Kwartanada, Didi 94
lakon Mintaraga (Mintaraga play) 139
Langkat (Sumatra) 58
lanterns 89–90, 92–3
Legêne, Susan 8, 177
Legge, John 62
Liem Swie Lien 93
light effect
for Chinese community 95
illuminations see illuminations
for Wilhelmina 2–3, 14, 108, 110
Limburg Stirum, J. P. van 12–14, 29, 30, 161
Lombok 191
Madura 36
Malay opera (komedi bangsawan) 154
Malino Conference (Makassar) 32–3, 34
Mangkunegaran 39
Mangkunegoro VII, Prince 9, 120
Mansvelt, W.M.F. 103
Margriet, Princess 69, 71, 72 , 76
Margry, Peter Jan 71
Marijke (Christina), Princess 69, 72 , 76, 195, 197
mass photography
advent of 10–12, 15, 57, 64–6, 169, 207–9
Mataram 39
Maxwell, Alexander 174
Maxwell, Anne 121
McCreery, Cindy 7
Mecklenburg, Adolf Friedrich von 26–7, 28
medals 118, 119 , 127 , 127–9
migration programmes 165, 187
military dress 118, 119 , 126–31, 127
mindere welvaart (diminished welfare) 85
Minke 4
Mintaraga play (lakon Mintaraga) 139
modernisation projects 87, 103–7, 111–12
see also Ethical Policy
Mohammad Shafiuddin II, Sultan 29
Molenvliet 55
Monfries, John 37
monogamy 126, 130
Mook, Hubertus van 32–3, 34
moving pictures 9, 71, 105, 107
Mrázek, Rudolf 96
Muhammad Daud Sjah II, Sultan 30–2, 33
Muslim traditions 3, 40, 130
Nafzger, G. M. 195, 197 , 198
nationalism 171, 175, 188
Nationalist Party 4
Nederlandsche Nieuw Guinee Petroleum Maatschappij 58, 107
Nederlandsch Handelmaatschappij (Dutch Trading Company) 97
Nederlands-Indische Levensverzekering en Lijfrente Maatschappij 75, 97
Netherlands
German occupation of 71–3, 108–9, 191
illuminations in 90, 96–7, 108–11
political structure 5
royal celebrations in 166–71, 167–8
royal exhibitions in 123, 176–7
travel to 9–10
Netherlands Indies Government Information Service 201
Netherlands Indies Life Insurance and Annuity Company 75, 97
Netherlands New Guinea Petroleum Company (NNGPM) 58, 107
New Guinea
van Baal album 162, 163 , 185–7, 186
de Hoog album 58–61, 59 , 61–3 , 65, 107, 154, 155 , 161–5
illuminations in 61, 61–2 , 107
as last Dutch outpost 185–6
prison camp in 88, 187–8
newspapers 11, 46, 75–7, 174
Nieuwenhuis, C. B. 32, 33
Nieuwenhuys, A. W. 161
night photographs see illuminations
Nugent, Maria 7
Oethman bin Jahja, Sajjid 177
Olilit (Tanimbar Islands) 27, 28
onderkoning (governor-general) 29–33, 47, 90
oorkonde (illuminated address) 13
Oostindie, Geert 6
oranjegevoel (Orange-sentiment) 6, 64–6, 77–8
‘ordinary’ royalty 15, 56, 66–74, 77–9, 174–5
Outer Provinces (Buitengewesten) 36
celebrations in 40–5, 48, 159–65
electrification projects 104–7, 111
migration programmes 165
painted portraits 46, 48, 206
Pakualam VII, Prince
European dress adopted by 121, 127
innovation by 143–5
photographic gifts 120, 124–31, 135–6, 137–8 , 146
refusal to engage 17, 146
Pakualam VIII, Prince 207
Pakualaman 39
Pakubuwono III, susuhunan 139
Pakubuwono X, susuhunan
fortieth jubilee (1932) 119 , 124, 133–5, 135
innovation by 143–5
Juliana's wedding album (1937) 124–5, 130, 133
palace (kraton), illumination of 99–103, 103
portrait with de Vogel (1897) 38
refusal to engage 17, 120, 132, 133 , 146
snapshot diplomacy 118–32, 146
Wilhelmina's fortieth jubilee album (1938) 30, 31
Wilhelmina's inauguration gift (1898) 124
Wilhelmina's silver jubilee album (1923) 1–3, 2 , 14, 124, 130
wives of 124, 130
Palace of Justice (Surabaya) 97
Paleis Noordeinde 123
parades
Dutch folk costumes in 166–8, 167–8
military 193–5, 195 , 197–9
nocturnal illuminations during 55, 185, 186
portraits of the Queen in 27–9, 28 , 40–5, 41 , 185
Partai Kommunis Indonesia 88
Pasar Gambir (Batavia) 55, 58
Payen, Antoine 176
Peeters, Petronella 75–6, 85
Pekalongan (Java) 92–3, 95, 96 , 101
Peleggi, Maurizio 121
Pemberton, John 102, 118, 129, 131, 132, 164
personal albums see family photography
Pigeaud, Theodor G.T. 101
pillarisation (verzuiling) 5
Pinney, Christopher 157
police actions (politionele acties) 188, 197, 198–9
political dissidents, pardoning of 188, 209
polygamy 126, 130
portraits of the Queen 26–52
in Aceh 31–2, 33
displayed by Javanese royalty 29–30, 31 , 32 , 35–9, 37 , 47
during Juliana's visit to Indonesia (1971) 207
at Malino Conference 32–3, 34
overview of 47–8
in parades 27–9, 28 , 40–5, 185
photographs versus paintings 46, 48, 206
as proxy for absence 12, 14–15, 26–9, 46–8, 208–10
public sale of 11
at royal celebrations 39–46, 193
in shrines 193, 194
postcards 11, 46, 75, 165–6, 174
poster advertisements 11
prachtsabel (ceremonial sword) 124
Pramoedya Ananta Toer 4
Princely States of Central Java see vorstenlanden
Princess's Day (princesjedag) 5
prison camps 88, 187–8, 209
private collections 74–7
proklomasi (Proclamation of Indonesian Independence) 188
propaganda 19, 191, 203
public festivals see royal celebrations
pusaka (sacred heirlooms) 122, 123
Queen's Day (koninginnedag) celebrations
van Baal albums 162, 163 , 185–7, 186
dances at 154, 155 , 159, 159 , 161–6, 162–3
electric lights at see illuminations
ethnography at 154–61, 169
family albums of 56–7
during Indonesian National Revolution 19, 189–203, 204–5
origins of 4–5
portraits displayed at 27, 28 , 30, 31 , 47, 193
radio broadcasts 9
television broadcasts 71
Tichelman albums 41–5, 43–5 , 159 , 159–61, 163–5
‘Queen to the Indies’ campaign 13
Raden Ajeng Kartini 176
Raden Mas Hario Soerio Soetikno 128
radio broadcasts 9
Reed, Charles 7
refusal to engage
Hamengku Buwono VIII 17, 131–2, 146
Pakualam VII 17, 146
Pakubuwono X 17, 120, 132, 133 , 146
snapshot diplomacy 131–4
Rengelink, Jan Willem 110
Resink, G. J. 163
Resink-Wilkens, A. J. 163
Rijswijk Palace (Batavia) 29–30, 32
Robson, Stuart 39
Rose, Gillian 56, 78
rotogravure 75
royal celebrations
children in 11, 27, 28 , 98–9, 100 , 185, 186 , 202–3, 206
dances at 154, 155 , 159, 159 , 161–6, 162–3
electric lights at see illuminations
ethnography at 18, 75–6, 123, 156–61, 178
in family albums 56–64, 74–7
humanitarian campaigns during 203, 205
Indigenous royalty at 131–2
during Indonesian National Revolution 19, 189–203
koninginnedag see Queen's Day celebrations
in Netherlands 166–71, 167–8
portraits at 39–46, 193
processions see parades
overview of 15, 208–10
royal exhibitions 123, 176–7
after World War II 189, 191
Royal Netherlands-Indies Army 191
Royal Shipping Company (Koninklijk Paketvaart Maatschappij) 97
royal tours 26–7, 47, 90
sacred heirlooms (pusaka) 122, 123
Said, Edward 6
Salzwedel, Herman 40, 41
Sandick, R. A. van 26–7
Sarekat Islam 4, 88
Schwarzenbach, Alexis 73
self-governors (zelf-bestuurders) 36
serat kandha (book of narration) 139
silver binding 136, 137
Sjahrir, Sutan 4
snapshot diplomacy 118–53
concessions and agency in 125–31, 210
dynasty asserted in 134–43
historical background 122–5
innovation in 143–5
overview of 3, 17–18, 118–22, 145–7, 209–10
as refusal to engage 131–4
Society of Netherlanders on the East Coast of Sumatra 76
Soekarno 4, 109, 187, 188
Sophie, Queen 108
South Africa 1, 57
speech from the throne (troonrede) 16, 85
Spice-Grower and Trader's Association of Banda Neira 91–2
Starkenborgh Stachouwer, A.W.L. Tjarda van 29, 30, 31
Stoler, Ann 64
Strassler, Karen 3, 57, 93
Studio J. H. Zindler Jr 126, 127–8
studio photography
versus amateur photography 57
ethnographic portraits 157, 158
history of 10, 208
inauguration albums (1898) 39–40
Javanese royalty 126
Suharto 203, 206–7
Sumatra
Batak tribes 160
communist uprising 188
illuminations 97
Queen's Day celebrations 200, 200
Surabaya (Java)
illuminations in 91, 92 , 97
inauguration festival 40, 41 , 42 , 91
silver jubilee festival 62–4
Surakarta, royalty in 35–9, 121
Suthem, Henneke van 174
Sutherland, Heather 36, 102
Sysling, Fenneke 131, 171
Taillie, Cees 192, 196
Tanah Merah 187–8
Tanjung Priok (Batavia) 90
Taylor, Jean Gelman 127, 178
television broadcasts 71
Thai monarchy 121, 124, 130
throne change (troonwisseling) 109, 185, 189, 192
Tichelman, Gerard Louwrens
dagboek (diary) 104–7, 106–7
photograph albums 41–5, 43–5 , 159 , 159–61, 163–5
Tiong Hoa Hwee Koan (Chinese Association) 94–5
Tjong Ah Fie 177
transnational realm
in Dutch East Indies 156–61
ethnography 18, 75–6, 123, 178
illuminations 89
Juliana's visit to Indonesia (1971) 203–7
in Netherlands 166–71, 179
oranjegevoel 64–6
overview of 3, 89, 154–6, 178–9, 208
royal exhibitions 123, 176–7
travel 9–10, 64
treaties (verklaringen) 36, 122
Treur, J. J. 124, 133, 133
triumphal arches (erepoorten) 29, 40, 42 , 89, 90, 193
troonrede (speech from the throne) 16, 85
troonwisseling (throne change) 109, 185, 189, 192
Vaderlandsche Club (Fatherland Club) 26
Velde, Henk te 172
Ven, D.J. van der 169
Vereeniging Djawa Hak Boe Tjong Hwee 94–5
Verenigde Oostindische Compagnie (Dutch East India Company) 1, 4, 35, 39, 89, 122
Vereniging van Nederlanders ter Oostkust van Sumatra 76
verklaringen (treaties) 36, 122
verzuiling (pillarisation) 5
Victoria, Queen 7, 8, 12, 121
Vogel, Willem de 38
Volendammers 169, 170
volkenkunde see ethnography
volksgruppen 169
volkskunde (folklore studies) 18, 166–71, 175
vorstenlanden (Princely States)
European conventions adopted in 118, 119 , 126–31, 127 , 134, 175
gifts from 17–18, 122–5, 209
illuminations and 99–103
Queen's portrait displayed in 29–30, 31 , 32 , 35–9, 37 , 47
refusal to engage with Dutch rulers 17, 120, 131–4
Vries, Elisabeth Mathilda de 75
Waaldijk, Berteke 8, 177
wadana (frontispiece) 136, 138
war dances 161–2, 162–3
Wassing-Visser, Rita 5, 124, 125
wayang wong (dance drama) 131–2, 138–43, 142 , 146
Weissenborn, Thilly 30
Welfare Service (Dienst Welzijnsverzorging) 192
Weltevreden (Batavia) 57
Werioningrat 176
West Indies 109, 177, 189, 207
Wilhelmina, Queen
abdication (1948) 109, 185, 189, 192
absence from colonies 2, 12–15, 27, 46–8, 88, 120, 208–10
birthday festivals 10, 88
effigies of 2, 2 , 14, 40, 41 , 46, 48
film of 9
in folk costume 18, 156, 166, 171–3, 179
fortieth jubilee (1938)
Amsterdam 166–8, 167–8
commemorative book 166–8
de Hoog album 60–1, 61–3 , 65, 107, 154, 155 , 161–5
gifts to 17–18, 122–5, 176, 188, 209
illuminations during 101–3, 102–3
portraits at 30, 31 , 37, 37
royal exhibition 176–8
snapshot diplomacy 119 , 135
golden jubilee (1948) 189, 192
inauguration (1898) 39–40, 91, 92 , 124
marriage 67, 123, 130, 140
modernisation projects 87, 103–7, 111–12
see also Ethical Policy
motherhood 67, 68
overview of reign 3–8, 207–8
as photographer 173
portraits of see portraits of the Queen
radio broadcasts by 9
silver jubilee (1923)
Bandung album 75, 85, 86 , 95, 96
commemorative book 32
illuminations for 99, 100 , 104
Pakubuwono X album 1–3, 2 , 14, 124, 130
Pekalongan album 92–3, 95, 96 , 101
royal exhibition 176–7
royal tour 26–7
snapshot diplomacy 124, 131, 140–1
Surabaya album 62–4
Surakarta album 98–9, 100
violent protests during 88
wayang wong album 140–1
as soldiers’ queen 191–3
Willcock, Sean 121
Willem I, King 3, 97, 172
Willem II, King 3, 89–90, 172
Willem III, King 3, 5, 10, 108, 122, 172
Willem IV, Prince 89
Willem the Silent 3, 135
World War II
Dutch monarchy during 71–3, 72 , 77, 109, 191
illuminations during 108–9
Japanese occupation 4, 9, 19, 188
royal celebrations after 189, 191
Yogyakarta
royal celebrations in 58, 102, 102–3 , 196–7, 199
royalty in 35–9, 120–1
wayang wong 138–43, 142
zelf-bestuurders (self-governors) 36
Ziegler, Franz 186
Zimmerman, Victor 99–101
Zuiderzee 169–71, 170
zuiveringsacties (cleansing actions) 196–7, 198–9 , 206

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