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Malaysian Borneo: Sarawak/Sabah


  • Ooi Keat Gin, the Japanese occupation of Borneo 1941-45 (2011)

  • rik Jensen, where hornbills fly – a journey with the headhunters of borneo (2010). The author lived 7 years with the Iban people (tribe)

  • Junaidi Payne, Wild Sabah: the magnificent wildlife and rainforests of Malaysian Borneo (2010)

  • Lonely Planet Borneo (2008)

  • Amity Appell Doolittle, property and politics in Sabah, Malaysia: native struggles over land rights (2007)

  • Nick Garbutt, J. Cede Prudente, sir David Attenborough, Wild Borneo: the wildlife and scenery of Sabah, Sarawak, Brunei, and Kalimantan (2006)

  • Will Fowler and Kevin Lyles, Britain’s secret war: the Indonesian confrontation 1962-66 (men-at-arms)

  • Bob Reece, the white rajahs of Sarawak: a Borneo dynasty (2004). With Very good pictures

  • David Easter, Britain and the Confrontation with Indonesia 1960-1966 (2004). On the confrontasi war between Malaysia and Sukarno’s Indonesia.

  • The movie ‘the sleeping dictionary’ (2003), colonial life in Sarawak.

  • Robert Wolff, Original wisdom : stories of an ancient way of knowing (2001)

  • Nigel Barley, white rajah (2002) – biography of James Brooke.

  • Jerry D. Mohrlang, Sarawak (2002) very good reviews

  • Wendy Hutton, East Malaysia and Brunei: periplus adventure guides (2001). extensive

  • G.W.H. Davison and Chew Yen Fook, a photographic guide to birds of Borneo (2001)

  • Luca Invernizzi Tettoni, Sarawak Style (2001) – lovely pictures and backgrounds of Sarawak’s cultural diversity.

  • Riska Orpa Sari: , Riska – memoires of a dayak childhood (1999

  • G.S. Godshalk, Kalimantan (1998) novel based on the James Brooke story of Sarawak

  • Dennis Lau, Borneo, a photographic journey (1999). Excellent pictures of the different tribes of Malaysian Borneo.

  • Gregory Poulgrain, the genesis of Konfrontasi (1998). With a foreword of Pramoedya Ananta Toer

  • B. Gadikas, Reflections of Eden, my years with the orangutans of Borneo (1995). In Kalimantan (Indonesian Borneo)

  • Mark Cleary and Peter Eaton, Borneo: change and development (1995) –

  • Shaun Clarke, Soldier H SAS, the headhunters of Borneo (1994) –on the Confrontasi with Sukarno, 1960s.

  • R.A.M. Wilson, a cargo of spice: or exploring Borneo (1994) history of modern Malaysian Borneo.

  • James Ritchie, Bruno Manser: the inside story (1994) the story of the struggle of the Panan against the logging industry

  • Victor T. King e.a., the best of Borneo travel (1993) – travel stories on Borneo from the 16th century onwards

  • Bernard Sellato, Hornbill and dragon, 2nd rev. ed (1992) synopsis of art and culture of Malaysia

  • Heidi Munan, culture shock! Borneo (1991) – interesting, but with very outdated references

  • Peter Dickens, SAS Secret War in South-East Asia, 22 special air service regiment in the Borneo campaign 1963-1966 (1991)

  • Andro Linklater, Wild People, travels with Borneo’s head-hunters (1990) – on the Iban tribe in Sarawak.

  • Vinson H. Sutlive, the Iban of Sarawak : Chronicle of a vanishing world (1988) – scientific book on this large tribe

  • Dennis Lau, Penans, the vanishing nomad of Borneo (1987) – famous photobook. Difficult to obtain, except in Malaysia.

  • Eric Hansen, stranger in the forest, on foot across Borneo (1986) hilarious journey by foot in 1982, being the first westerner to cross the island. .

  • Redmond O'Hanlon, Into the heart of Borneo (1985). Classic

  • Robert Payne, The white rajahs of Sarawak, 1960. The historical story of the Brooke dynasty ruling Sarawak for 101 years. The author spoke the last white rajah.

  • James Barclay, a stroll through Borneo (1978).

  • George MacDonald Fraser, Flashman’s lady (1977) novel with James Brooke as one of the characters

  • Sylvia Brooke, queen of the head hunters (1972). autobiography of Ranee Sylvia, the wife of the last white radjah

  • K.G. Tregonning, a history of modern Sabah (North Borneo 1881-1963) (1965), a.k.a. "Under Chartered Company Rule". An extended description of life in North Borneo under the rule of the North Borneo Company.

  • Tom Harrisson, World within (1959) on the Kelabit tribe Sarawak and its actions of resistance against the Japanese in WOII. The author lived after WOII another 20 years in Sarawak.

  • Agnes Newton Keith, white men return (1952)

  • Agnes Newton Keith, Three came home (1947) . life in a Japanese (concentration) camp

  • Agnes Newton Keith, Land below the wind (1939). on Sabah

  • Ranee Margaret Brooke, my life in Sarawak by the Ranee of Sarawak (1913), preface by Frank Swettenham. Autobiography of the wife of the second white Rajah Charles Brooke.

  • Odoardo Beccari, wanderings in the great forest of Borneo (1904, reprinted in for example 1990) – lively description of Sarawak at the turn of the Century

  • Charles Brooke, ten years in Sarawak volume I (2006, facsimile reprint of 1866)

  • Charles Brooke, ten years in Sarawak volume II (2001, facsimile reprint of 1866)

  • Spenser St. John, life in the forests of the Far East, or travels in Northern Borneo (1863, reprint in 1986) – personal secretary of James Brooke.
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