Sjahrir: Politics and Exile in Indonesia

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SEAP Publications, 1994 - Social Science - 526 pages

A comprehensive biography of the Indonesian nationalist leader and Prime Minister of the Indonesian Republic, Sutan Sjahrir. This work is both a study of an individual and the social conditions that shaped him. The author has conducted extensive research and interviews with those who knew Sjahrir personally, politically, and by reputation.

 

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Contents

Effort at Biography
1
Bandung 19261929
33
Holland 19291931
56
The Return to Java 19311934
82
Prison and the Internment Camp 19341935
118
Exile in Banda Neira 19361941
154
Flowers Officials Nationalists and the Bandanese
175
Juffrouw Cressa Oom Bing and the Bandanese Children
189
Road to Linggadjati
321
The End of Sjahrirs Cabinet
332
Adviser to the President
346
Madiun
361
The End of Revolution
376
The Fifties 19501959
402
Oracle of Delphi
417
General Elections
430

The End of Exile?
197
The Japanese Occupation 19421945
209
Sjahrirs Pemuda
219
Network of Power
231
Nationalist Mainstream
243
Proclamation of Independence
253
The Revolution 19451949
269
Prime Minister
283
Tan Malaka
302
Civil War
443
The Death
459
Last Writings
473
The Death
489
On Memory
497
Bibliography
501
Index
517
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