Francisca Hoyer, Relations of Absence: Germans in the East Indies and Their Families c. 1750–1820 (Uppsala: Acta Historica Upsaliensia, 2020). 370 pp.
Keywords:British East India Company, Dutch East India Company, Verenigde Oost-Indische Compagnie, Southeast Asia, Brandenburg-Prussia, German history, global history, family history, new imperial history, gender history, history of emotions, colonialism, slavery, Ostindienfahrer, petitions
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