M. Nusantara. A history of the East Indian Archipelago.

Cambridge, Massachusetts, Harvard University Press, 1943.

8vo (230 x 155 mm), pp. xv, [i, blank], 439, [1, blank], with 13 illustrations and nine maps; original black cloth.


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