The Indonesian National Revolution, 1945-1950

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Greenwood Press, 1986 - History - 193 pages

The Indonesian revolution demands attention as a revolution, and as an important chapter in the collapse of Western colonialism. In the first place, however, it is the watershed of modern Indonesian history, and must be understood in terms of that history.

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