Batavia (ship)
Batavia was a ship of the Dutch East India Company (VOC). It was built in Amsterdam in 1628 and armed with 24 cast-iron cannons, and a number of bronze guns. Batavia, shipwrecked on her maiden voyage,...
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Batavia (opera)
Tango Duet from The Cousin from Batavia by Eduard Künneke. Margaret Nilsson, soprano, James Longacre, tenor, and Jeremy Gill, piano. Performed on March 25, 2...
Wiebbe Hayes
Wiebbe Hayes (born about 1608) was a colonial soldier from Winschoten, Netherlands. Hayes became a national hero after he led a group of soldiers, sailors and other survivors of the shipwreck of the ...
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Batavia's Graveyard
Batavia's Graveyard: The True Story of the Mad Heretic Who Led History's Bloodiest Mutiny (2002) is a book by Welsh author Mike Dash about the Dutch ship Batavia, shipwrecked in 1629 on a small island...
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The Abrolhos tragedy
The Abrolhos tragedy is the only English translation of Isaac Commelin's 1647 Ongeluckige voyagie, van't schip Batavia, which was the first published account of the 1629 shipwreck of the Batavia in th...
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Batavia (opera)
Batavia is an opera in three acts and a prologue by Richard Mills to a libretto by Peter Goldsworthy,commissioned by Opera Australia. The plot is based on the historical events surrounding the Dutchsa...
Francisco Pelsaert
Francisco Pelsaert (first name also spelled as "François", surname also spelled as "Pelsart") (c. 1595 – September 1630) was a Dutch merchant who worked for the Dutch East Indies Company, who became m...
Sardam
Sardam was a 17th-century Dutch East India Company (VOC) yacht (Dutch: jacht). It was a small merchant vessel designed primarily for the inter-island trade in the East Indies. The ship sailed for Java...
Jeronimus Cornelisz
Jeronimus Cornelisz (1598 – October 2, 1629) (properly Corneliszoon, "son of Cornelis") was a Frisian apothecary and Dutch East India Company (VOC) merchant. In June 1629 he led one of the bloodiest ...
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