Digital resources for Indonesian history from Dutch archives
BookBoon – free textbooks
Project Gutenberg – many free e-books
Wikibooks – English
Wikibooks – Bahasa Indonesia
Wikibooks – Bahasa Melayu
Sigil e-book editor. Sigil is a multi-platform WYSIWYG ebook editor.
It is designed to edit books in ePub format.
The Index Theologicus (IxTheo) (University of Tübingen, Germany)
Search function books and periodicals on theology
The Jewish National and University Library – Digitized Book Repository
By subject: http://aleph500.huji.ac.il/nnl/dig/bk_sub.html
E-books van Universitas Senata Dharma, Yogyakarta:
E-resources Royal Library of the Netherlands (Koninklijke Bibliotheek):
Books from 1700-1870 (i.a about the Netherlands Indies) (full text search): http://boeken1.kb.nl/nl/results/index/query/indie/coll/boeken1/maxperpage/10/sortfield/datedesc
Internet Archive Scholar:
Access to millions of scientific publications:
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The Wayback Machine. Access to 544 billion web pages saved over time:
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