JAVA LOST, A Child Imprisoned: The Belt of Emeralds

JAVA LOST, A Child Imprisoned: The Belt of Emeralds
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JAVA Lost, custody of children, Part I, the belt of emeralds: where Emily Marianne Yda Wilbrink (Jannie), born Lady Martha Emilie van Berkhout Teding (Ernie) and his commoner man Gerrit Willem Wilbrink January (WIM). Wim was the manager of a coffee plantation and rubber called Kepoetren in the fertile lands and hills of the island of Java in Indonesia, near Malang. The plantation, surrounded by thick tropical vegetation rich in generally discovered in Indonesian jungle, waving Jannie, a tomboy, to discover its numerous facets. It is a world where monkeys frolicking, swing from trees, and where other forms of wildlife was hiding. Life on Kepoetren was respectful to all those who lived and worked there. Yanni father taught her numerous life lessons, such as the Second World War was ragging worldwide. Here is his story. Look for Book 2, Part II, 18 inches on a mattress, and Book 3, Component III, The Aftermath, and Component IV of a new country. JAVA LOST, A Child Imprisoned: The Belt of Emeralds

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