A History of Modern Indonesia Since C.1200
Recognised as the most authoritative general account of Indonesia, this revised and expanded fourth edition has been updated in the light of new scholarship. New chapters at the end of the book bring the story up to the present day, including discussion of recent events such as the 2002 Bali terrorist bombings and the 2004 tsunami.
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ABRI Aceh Acehnese Agung allies Amangkurat Amangkurat II Ambon archipelago areas army arrested attacked attempt Bali Balinese Bantĕn Batavia became began British Budi Utomo Bugis cabinet cent Central Java century Chapter Chinese Christian coast colonial commander corruption court cultural Dutch East Java East Timor economic elections elite European exports forces Golkar groups Habibie Hamĕngkubuwana Hatta independence Indo Indone Indonesian influence Islam Islamisation Jakarta Javanese Johor Kalimantan Kartasura killed king king’s kyais leaders leadership Madura Majapahit major Makassarese Malacca Malay Maluku Mangkunĕgara Masyumi Mataram military Minangkabau Minister Modernist Muhammadiyah Muslims Nasution Netherlands officers organisation outer islands Pakubuwana Pakubuwana II Palembang Pangeran Papua party People’s period political population Portuguese President prince priyayi rebellion rebels reform regime regional religious Republican Revolution rice role ruler schools Soeharto South Sulawesi Sukarno Sultan Sumatra Sunan Surabaya Surakarta tion trade troops village VOC’s West Java Yogyakarta