Journal of Genocide Research 14 (2012), 3–4

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Journal of Genocide Research 14 (2012), 3–4
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Mass violence and the end of the Dutch colonial empire in Indonesia

New York 2012: Routledge
1462-3528 (Print), 1469-9494 (Online)
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Moses, Dirk

The Journal of Genocide Research, the journal of the International Network of Genocide Scholars (, announces its latest edition, a double-special issue on ‘Mass violence and the end of the Dutch colonial empire in Indonesia’ edited by Bart Luttikhuis and A. Dirk Moses


Table of Contents


Mass violence and the end of the Dutch colonial empire in Indonesia
Bart Luttikhuis & A. Dirk Moses
pages 257–276


Colonial warfare and military ethics in the Netherlands East Indies, 1816–1941
Petra Groen
pages 277–296

Genocide in the Kampongs? Dutch nineteenth century colonial warfare in Aceh, Sumatra
Emmanuel Kreike
pages 297–315

Learning on ‘the job’: Dutch war volunteers entering the Indonesian war of independence, 1945–46
Peter Romijn
pages 317–336

‘Who wants to cover everything, covers nothing’: the organization of indigenous security forces in Indonesia, 1945–50
Roel Frakking
pages 337–358

The killing of Dutch and Eurasians in Indonesia's national revolution (1945–49): a ‘brief genocide’ reconsidered
William H. Frederick

pages 359–380

Anti-Chinese violence in Java during the Indonesian Revolution, 1945–49
Mary Somers Heidhues
pages 381–401

‘Not a colonial war’: Dutch film propaganda in the fight against Indonesia, 1945–49
Gerda Jansen Hendriks
pages 403–418

Cleo's ‘unfinished business’: coming to terms with Dutch war crimes in Indonesia's war of independence
Stef Scagliola
pages 419–439

Colonial memory and forgetting in the Netherlands and Indonesia
Paul Bijl
pages 441–461

Competitive or multidirectional memory? The interaction between postwar and postcolonial memory in the Netherlands
Iris Van Ooijen & Ilse Raaijmakers
pages 463–483


On genocide and mass violence in colonial Indonesia
Remco Raben
pages 485–502

Book Reviews

Fighting for Darfur: public action and the struggle to stop genocide
Alex Zucker
pages 503–505

Film and genocide
Lior Zylberman
pages 505–509

Writing the Holocaust
Norah Schneider
pages 509–510

Years of Persecution, Years of Extermination: Saul Friedlander and the Future of Holocaust Studies
Mark Levene
pages 510–514

The American West and the Nazi East: A Comparative and Interpretative Perspective
Jens-Uwe Guettel
pages 514–519

Mercury, Mining and Empire: The Human and Ecological Cost of Colonial Silver Mining in the Andes
James Rochlin
pages 519–521

Heaven on Earth: The Varieties of the Millennial Experience
Ben Lieberman
pages 521–522

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