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         Indonesia History:     more books (100)
  1. The History of Indonesia (The Greenwood Histories of the Modern Nations) by Steven Drakeley, 2005-09-30
  2. A History of Modern Indonesia since c.1200 by M.C. Ricklefs, 2008-09-30
  3. A History of Cocaine: The Mystery of Coca Java And the Kew Plant by Steven B. Karch, 2003-06
  4. Women, the Recited Qur'an, and Islamic Music in Indonesia by Anne Rasmussen, 2010-08-23
  5. Sexual Politics in Indonesia by Saskia E. Wieringa, 2002-09-06
  6. Telling Lives, Telling History: Autobiography and Historical Imagination in Modern Indonesia
  7. Indonesia: Towards Democracy (History of Nation-Building Series) by Taufik Abdullah, 2009-04-30
  8. Indonesia: Webster's Timeline History, 7000 BC - 1972 by Icon Group International, 2010-05-17
  9. A dictionary of Indonesian history since 1900: Over 500 people, events, and ideas that have contributed to the history of Indonesia this century by G. B Clancy, 1992
  10. Indonesia: Webster's Timeline History, 1973 - 1980 by Icon Group International, 2010-05-17
  11. India and Indonesia During the Ancient Regime: During the Ancient Regime (Comparative History of India and Indonesia) by P. J. Marshall, R. Van Niel, et all 1997-08
  12. A short history of Indonesia by Ailsa Gwennyth Zainu'ddin, 1970
  13. Official History In Modern Indonesia: New Order Perceptions And Counterviews (Social, Economic and Political Studies of the Middle East and Asia) by Michael Wood, 2005-08-30
  14. History in Uniform: Military Ideology and the Construction of Indonesia's Past (Southeast Asia Publications Series) by Katharine McGregor, 2007-03


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24. Indonesia - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
Indonesia, officially the Republic of Indonesia, is a country in Southeast Asia and Oceania. Indonesia comprises 17,508 islands. With a population of around 238 million people
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to: navigation search Republic of Indonesia Republik Indonesia Flag Coat of arms Motto Bhinneka Tunggal Ika ... Old Javanese
Unity in Diversity
National ideology
Pancasila Anthem Indonesia Raya ... Boediono Independence following Dutch colonial rule Declared Acknowledged Area ... Density 119.8/km
PPP Total $1,027.279 billion Per capita GDP (nominal) Total $670.421 billion Per capita Gini HDI medium Currency Rupiah IDR Time zone various UTC +7 to +9) DST UTC Drives on the Left ID Internet TLD .id Calling code Indonesia (pronounced /ˌɪndoʊˈniːziə/ or /ˌɪndəˈniːʒə/ ), officially the Republic of Indonesia Indonesian Republik Indonesia ), is a country in Southeast Asia and Oceania . Indonesia comprises 17,508 islands . With a population of around 238 million people, it is the world's fourth most populous country, and has the world's largest population of Muslims . Indonesia is a republic , with an elected legislature and president. The nation's capital city is Jakarta . The country shares land borders with Papua New Guinea East Timor , and Malaysia . Other neighboring countries include Singapore Philippines Australia , and the Indian territory of the Andaman and Nicobar Islands . Indonesia is a founding member of ASEAN and a member of the G-20 major economies The Indonesian archipelago has been an important trade region since at least the seventh century, when

25. Indonesia: History
Encyclopedia — Indonesia History Early History and Colonial Rule. Early in the Christian era, Indonesia came under the influence of Indian civilization through the gradual

26. History Of Indonesia
regiTOUR History of Indonesia Pictorial Presentation of Indonesia history From the mid 5th century, insciption and footprints
Pictorial Presentation
of Indonesia history
From the mid 5th century, insciption and footprints
of Purnavarman - Hindu
ruler of Tarumanegara in
West Java.
Candi Plaosan, a Buddhist sanctuary built in the 9th
Tombstone of Sultan Malik al Saleh - the first Islamic
Sultan Hamengkubwono VIII of Yogyakarta with the Dutch Resident. Soekarno with his first cabinet, of which Hatta (to the right of Soekarno) was vice-prsident. President Soeharto History Meanwhile, from about the 8th century, central Java had been ruled by the Sailendra princes. Their small kingdom was argriculturally rich, and they were able to spend lavishly on the erection of religious monuments. The vast sanctuary and burial edifice of Borobudur was built over some 50 years from the end of the 8th century onwards. The Temple to Siva at Prambanan began to be constructed at about the same time that Borobudur was completed, although its builder were not the Sailendras. However, something seems to have happened at about the start of the 10th century, for there was a sudden cessation in the production of monuments, inscriptions and other artefacts from central Java. In the 11th century, traders brought Islam to the islands of the archipelago. Just as the Indonesian had earlier adapted Buddhism to their own needs and beliefs, so they accepted Islam very much on their own terms. However, there was no centre of Indonesian Islamic culture, this scatteredness influence provide a major weakness when the Dutch arrived.

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28. Indonesia - History
Indonesia Table of Contents EARLY HISTORY. Beginning in the 1890s, paleontologists discovered fossil remains of creatures on the island of Java that, while probably not the
Indonesia Table of Contents
Beginning in the 1890s, paleontologists discovered fossil remains of creatures on the island of Java that, while probably not the direct ancestors of modern humans, were closely related to them. These Javan hominids, known by scientists as Homo erectus , lived 500,000 years ago and some possibly as long as 1.7 million years ago. Their remains are identified as Jetisthe earlier specimens found in eastern Javaand Trinillater specimens found in Central Java, including the Solo River area. Evidence of probable descendants of the Trinil erectus , known as Homo soloensis or Solo Man, was found at Ngandong, also in Central Java; these descendants are thought to have evolved between 500,000 and 100,000 years ago. Assemblages of stone tools have not clearly been tied to Homo soloensis , but there is evidence that these early Homo sapiens had a rudimentary social organization (small hunting and gathering bands) and used simple tools around 40,000 years ago. Many observers agree that the modern inhabitants of Indonesia may be descended from Homo erectus . Although insufficient paleographical information makes it impossible to determine precisely the dates of migrations by modern Homo sapiens , contrary to earlier hypotheses of migration from the Malay Peninsula, many experts believe that Indonesia's early population comprised of the ancestors of most of its present inhabitantswas the product of continued hominid evolution within the archipelago. There was, of course, continuing seepage of other populations into the gene pool, contributing to the complex ethnographic picture of Indonesia. That the archipelago may have developed its own

29. Indonesia History
Nation by Nation the story of the countries of the world

30. Indonesia: Encyclopedia II - Indonesia - History
Under the influences of Hinduism and Buddhism, several kingdoms formed on the islands of Sumatra and Java from the 7th to 14th century. The arrival of Arabs trading in spices

31. Indonesia History, Culture Religion
Annotated list of Internet resources on the history , culture religion of Indonesia.

32. Indonesia Travel Information And Travel Guide - Lonely Planet
Adventure looms large in this vast and steamy archipelago, where the best of Southeast Asia’s spicy melange simmers tantalisingly. Heady scents, vivid colours, dramatic

33. Indonesia - History
1 Indonesia is a country made up of hundreds of islands in the east Indian Ocean. The history of Indonesia has a surprising beginning, a beginning that wasn't discovered until

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(font options, pick words for additional puzzles, and more) Quickly print reading comprehension Print a proofreading activity Feedback on Indonesia - History Leave your feedback on Indonesia - History (use this link if you found an error in the story) Indonesia - History By Ekaterina Zhdanova-Redman Indonesia is a country made up of hundreds of islands in the east Indian Ocean. The history of Indonesia has a surprising beginning, a beginning that wasn't discovered until a little more than 100 years ago! In 1890, the land of Java, one of Indonesia's big islands, gave up a 500,000-year-old treasure. This treasure wasn't gold or silver. It wasn't diamonds or anything pretty. It was bonesold, broken, black bones. These bones belonged to an ancient relative of the human being, called the Homo erectus. A paleontologist from the Netherlands named Eugene Dubois set out in the late 19th century to find the remains of early humans in Southeast Asia. He believed, as many do, that modern humans are relatives of apes. He believed that humans had evolved over time. His search in Indonesia was to find proof of his beliefs. He wanted to find the "missing link," that is, the bones of a half-man, half-ape.

34. Indonesia/History - Discussion And Encyclopedia Article. Who Is Indonesia/Histor
Indonesia/History. Discussion about Indonesia/History. Ecyclopedia or dictionary article about Indonesia/History.

35. Articles About Indonesia History - Los Angeles Times
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36. Indonesia - HISTORY
Indonesia History Indonesia EARLY HISTORY. Beginning in the 1890s, paleontologists discovered fossil remains of creatures on the island of Java that, while probably not the

37. Indonesia History
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Sitemap Asia Vacations Indonesia Vacations Advertise on this Site ... Email this page to a friend Indonesia History The world's largest archipelago, Indonesia achieved independence from the Netherlands in 1949. Current issues include: implementing IMF-mandated reforms of the banking sector, effecting a transition to a popularly elected government after years of rule by dictators, addressing charges of cronyism and corruption among the Chinese-dominated business class, dealing with alleged human rights violations by the military, and resolving growing pressures for some form of autonomy or independence in certain regions such as Aceh and Irian Jaya. On 30 August 1999 a provincial referendum for independence was overwhelmingly approved by the people of Timor Timur. Concurrence followed by Indonesia's national legislature, and the name East Timor was provisionally adopted. The independent status of East Timor has yet to be formally established.
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38. Indonesian History
National Movements Japanese Occupation The Birth of the Republic. Nationalist Movements When all these regional wars of independence failed, Indonesian nationalists began
HISTORY National Movements Japanese Occupation The Birth of the Republic Nationalist Movements
When all these regional wars of independence failed, Indonesian nationalists began thinking of a more-organized struggle against Dutch colonialism. The move began with the founding of Boedi Oetomo, literally meaning "noble conduct," on May 20, 1908. This organization of Indonesian intellectuals was initially set up for educational purposes but later turned into politics. It was inspired by Japan's victory over Russia in 1901, which also gave impetus to nationalist movements in many parts of Indonesia. The founder of Boedi Oetomo was Dr. Soetomo who was, at the time, a student of STOVIA, an institution to train Indonesian medi-cal officers. Dr. Soetomo was greatly influenced by Dr. Wahidin Soedirohoesodo and sup-ported by Gunawan and Suradji.
In 1912 Sarekat Dagang Islam, the Association of Moslem Merchants, was formed by Haji Samanhudi and others.
Its objective was at first to stimulate and promote the interest of Indonesian business in the Dutch East Indies. However, in 1912 this organization of middle class businessmen turned into a political party and was renamed Sarekat Islam under the leadership of H.O.S. Tjokroaminoto, Haji Agoes Salim and others. In 1912 a progressive Moslem organization, Muhammadiyah, was established by K.H. Akhmad Dahlan in Yogyakarta for the purpose of social and economic reforms.

39. : Indonesia History
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Before european intrusions into the islands by Portuguese, Spanish, and Dutch seeking to monopolize the lucrative trade in spices and other marketable products, the more than 13,000 islands constituting the Republic of Indonesia were home to a various array of cultures and civilizations that had been determined by HinduBuddhist ideas from India and by Islam, as well as indigenous beliefs. Although the Portuguese and Spanish presence in the archipelago had limited impact, the Dutch United East India Company accomplished a trading post on the north coast of Javawhat later became known as Jakartaseized control of the spice trade, and gradually asserted military and political control over the archipelago. This process of colonization was well advanced on Java by the mid-eighteenth century and largely completed in the rest of the archipelago by the first decade of the twentieth century. Suharto's New Order regime placed ABRI firmly in control of Indonesia's political system and, to an extent, its economy as well. Friendly ties were restored with Western countries and Japan, and Indonesia accepted large amounts of Western and Japanese aid and private investment. Under rational economic planning policies, the nation experienced orderly development and increases in the standard of living for most of the population. But Suharto's strong anticommunism and insistence on using the Pancasila as the ideological foundation of all groups in society contributed to a tightly controlled, centralized system. The regime's occupations of West New Guinea and East Timor were a focus of international criticism, stemming from charges of human rights violations. Reelected repeatedly to the presidency, Suharto was regarded by many observers as indispensable to the system's stability and continuity.

40. Indonesia - History
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