State and Statecraft in Old Java: A Study of the Later Mataram Period, 16th to 19th Century

State and Statecraft in Old Java: A Study of the Later Mataram Period, 16th to 19th Century
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Mr. Soemarsaid Moertono was born in East Java in 1922 and entered the civil service Indonesian 1944th in 1962 prior to his arrival in America, he taught at Malang in the Academy of Public Administration under the aegis of the Interior. In 1964, he presented this study as a master’s thesis, Department of History, Cornell University. A number of Indonesian Dutch researchers, as properly as contemporary observers Netherlands, examined aspects of government during the Javanese Mataram later, but few studies are currently obtainable in English. The notable exception, as Mr. Moertono hello, is the late Professor Schrieke in sociological studies in Indonesia, Volume II, The Hague, 1957, which is a translation of some unpublished manuscripts of Professor Schrieke. In addition to published sources, the Netherlands Mr. Moertono used his own considerable information of Javanese literature, and for that reason, the reader of this study State and Statecraft in Old Java: A Study of the Later Mataram Period, 16th to 19th Century

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