Madoera


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Madoera:

see MaduraMadura
or Madoera
, island (1990 pop. 3,015,124), c.1,760 sq mi (4,560 sq km), Indonesia, near the northeast coast of Java, from which it is separated by Madura Strait. The island and its offshore islets are part of the province of East Java.
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, island, Indonesia.
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87) The increase in rice production in Indramayu Regency as an index (with the base 1926 = 100) amounted to 119,146 and 139 for the three years in question whereas West lava as a whole achieved 110,116 and 121 during the same period; Departement van Economische Zaken, Jaarcijfers met Toelichting Betreffende den Economischen Toestand der Inheemsche Bevolking op Java en Madoera over 1937 en 1938 (mimeograph) (Batavia, 1939), (hereafter Jaarcijfers), appendix 1.
W van den Doel, De stille macht: het Europese binnenlands bestuur op Java en Madoera, 1808-1942 (Amsterdam, 1994); Campo, Engines of Empire; E.
1994a De stille macht; Het Europese binnenlands bestuur op Java en Madoera, 1808 1942.
51) For an overview of the Dutch colonial government's food policy in this period, see 'Voedselproblemen en overheidspolitiek op Java en Madoera [Food problems and the government policies in Java and Madura]', Koloniaal Tijdschrift, (Dec.
51) See Onderzoek naar de mindere welvaart der inlandsche bevolking op Java en Madoera .
21) While the translation of 'welvaart' should be 'prosperity', it has been rendered 'welfare' in translations and discussions of later works, most prominently the 12-volume Onderzoek naar de mindere welvaart der inlandsche bevolking op lava en Madoera (Batavia: Roygrok, 1904-14).