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VOC LINKS


VOC Databases

  • Database of Batavia‚Äôs Uitgaand Brievenboek, 1621-1792
    The Historiographical Institute of the University of Tokyo made this finding aid to all documents send by the VOC in Batavia. It is the counterpart of the Database of VOC documents on this TANAP website, that refers to all documents received.
  • Dagregisters Kasteel Batavia 1683-1701 (Dutch)
    Table of contents of the Daily Records of the Castle of Batavia.
  • Atlas of Mutual Heritage (English and Dutch)
    The Atlas of Mutual Heritage is an expanding data-bank containing a survey of former Dutch settlements in the East and West, and illustrative material of these settlements (maps, paintings, drawings, prints and photos).
  • Uitgevaren voor de Kamers (Dutch)
    700.000 servants of the VOC sailing to Asia: names, place of origin, profession, ship, date of departure and return, death, payments and personal information mentioned in the Scheepssoldijboeken 1700-1794. The results are linked to Dutch Asiatic Shipping
  • VOC Sea Voyagers (English)
    700.000 servants of the VOC sailing to Asia: names, place of origin, profession, ship, date of departure and return, death, payments and personal information mentioned in the Scheepssoldijboeken 1700-1794. The results are linked to Dutch Asiatic Shipping
  • The VOC Site (Dutch)
    Database of 2000 VOC ships with additional data plus extensive information about the history of the VOC, establishments, governors-general, publications, dozens of links and a glossarium on ships, navigation and the VOC.
  • VOC Glossarium (Dutch)
    Search on-line the explanation of uncommon expressions used in VOC documents.
  • Dutch Asiatic Shipping (English)
    4700 ships sailing to Asia and 3400 ships returning to the Netherlands 1695-1795. Names of ships and master, place and date of departure and return, place and date of arrival and departure in Cape and Asia, type of ship and many other details.
  • Dutch Asiatic Shipping (Dutch)
    4700 ships sailing to Asia and 3400 ships returning to the Netherlands 1695-1795. Names of ships and master, place and date of departure and return, place and date of arrival and departure in Cape and Asia, type of ship and many other details.
  • Onderwijs beeldbank Geheugen van Nederland (Dutch)
    Website for teachers and students

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