Nationalism and Revolution in Indonesia

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SEAP Publications, 1952 - History - 490 pages
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Professor Kahin's classic 1952 study, reprinted for a contemporary audience. An immediate, vibrant portrait of a nation in the age of revolution, featuring interviews with many of the chief players. With new illustrations and a new introduction by Benedict R. O'G. Anderson.
  

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this text is not only remarkably thorough, but Kahin is actually a pretty good storyteller as well. definitely illuminating..... Read full review

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Contents

The Social Environment of Indonesian Nationalism
1
Genesis of the Indonesian Nationalist Movement
37
History of the Nationalist Movement until 1942
64
The Japanese Occupation
101
Outbreak of the Revolution
134
The Internal Politics of the Revolution until the First Dutch Military Action
147
War and United Nations Intervention
213
Aftermath of the Renville Agreement
230
Ideological Orientations and the Development of Internal Politics OctoberDecember 19 1948
304
The Second Dutch Military Action and the United Nations Reaction
332
The Strategy and Tactics of Indirect Rule
351
The Final Struggle and the Republics Victory
391
The Unitarian Movement
446
Achievements and Prospects
470
Acknowledgments
481
Index
484

The Internal Struggle for Power from Renville through the Communist Rebellion
256

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