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         Indonesia History:     more books (100)
  1. Researching Indonesia: A Guide to Political Analysis (Studies in Asian History and Development, V. 6) by Gerald Houseman, 2004-05
  2. Indonesia: Webster's Timeline History, 1981 - 1987 by Icon Group International, 2010-05-17
  3. Indonesia - 2 Vols.; Political History and Hindu and Buddhist Cultural Influences by Kani Lal Hazra, 2007-02-02
  4. History of Indonesia in the twentieth century; by Bernhard Dahm, 1971
  5. Communists in Indonesia (The History of communism) by Leslie Palmer, 1973-11-22
  6. A History of Modern Indonesia. by M C Ricklefs, 1982
  7. Annotated bibliography of new Indonesian literature on the history of Indonesia (Beitrage zur Sudasienforschung / Sudasien-Institut, Universitat Heidelberg) by Holk H Dengel, 1987
  8. Indonesia: Webster's Timeline History, 1999 - 2001 by Icon Group International, 2010-05-17
  9. Indonesia: Webster's Timeline History, 1988 - 1993 by Icon Group International, 2010-05-17
  10. Indonesia's History Between the Myths Essays in Legal History and Historical Theory by G. J. Resink, 1968-01-01
  11. Indonesia: Webster's Timeline History, 1994 - 1998 by Icon Group International, 2010-05-17
  12. History of Indonesia;: The timeless Islands by J Spruyt, 1973
  13. The Economic and Administrative History of Early Indonesia (Asian Studies) by F. H. Van Naerssen, R. C. De Longh, et all 1997-08-01
  14. Indonesia: Webster's Timeline History, 2002 - 2004 by Icon Group International, 2010-05-17

41. 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
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Early in the Christian era, Indonesia came under the influence of Indian civilization through the gradual influx of Indian traders and Buddhist and Hindu monks. By the 7th and 8th cent., kingdoms closely connected with India had developed in Sumatra and Java; the spectacular Buddhist temples of Borobudur Early in the 16th cent. the Portuguese, in pursuit of the rich spice trade, began establishing trading posts in Indonesia, after taking (1511) the strategic commercial center of Malacca (see Melaka Raffles . The Dutch exploited the riches of the islands throughout the 19th cent., but their rule did not go unchallenged by the Indonesians. In 1825, Prince Diponegoro of Java launched a long and bloody guerrilla war against the colonists, and in 1906 and again in 1908 the native rulers of Bali led their subjects in suicidal charges against Dutch fortifications.
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43. Sejarah Indonesia: Pronunciation Guide
Indonesian is supposed to be an easy language to spell and to pronounce. When you begin studying Indonesian history, the truth is a little more complicated.
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Indonesian is supposed to be an easy language to spell and to pronounce. When you begin studying Indonesian history, the truth is a little more complicated. The Indonesian language of today is a standardized form of Malay, which has been used as a common language through the area for many centuries. Most of the other languages of Indonesia, such as Javanese, Sundanese, Acehnese etc. are in the same language family as Malay. All these languages use mostly the same set of sounds, but they have all borrowed words from outside languages as well. When you dig back into history, you find that Indonesian has taken words from Sanskrit during the early eras, from Arabic when Islam arrived, and from European languages in more recent years. The languages of Indonesia have used many writing systems over the years as well. Alphabets from the south of India, very similar to the alphabets used in Thailand or Cambodia today, were used for many centuries to write the native languages of Indonesia. The huruf jawa are still used in Central Java for traditional and ceremonial purposes. When Islam arrived in Indonesia, much scholarship was done in the Arabic language, and speakers of Malay and other languages began to write their native words using Arabic script. The alphabet had to be expanded to include sounds such as

44. Indonesia – History
In 1894, Dr Eugene Dubois discovered, on the island of Java, remains of a primate which he named ithecanthropus erectus, the erect apeman, also called Javaman, one of the

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49. Indonesia History
Indonesia History, from the very beginning PREINDONESIA PERIOD . Indonesia did not exist as yet during the Palaeocene period (70 million years BC), the Eocene period (30
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Please Support our Sponsor PRE-INDONESIA PERIOD Indonesia did not exist as yet during the Palaeocene period (70 million years BC), the Eocene period (30 million years BC), the Oligacene period (25 million years BC) and the Miocene period (12 million years BC). It is believed that Indonesia must have existed during the Pleitocene period (4 million years BC) when it was linked with the present Asian mainland. It was during this period that the Homonids made their first appearance and Java Man inhabited the part of the world now called Indonesia. Java Man, named Pithecanthropus Erectus by Eugence Dubois who found the fossils on the island of Java, must have been the first inhabitant of Indonesia. When the sea level rose as the result of the melting ice north of Europe and the American continent, many islands emerged, including the Indonesian archipelago. It was also during this period (3000-500 BC) that Indonesia was inhabited by Sub Mongoloid migrants from Asia who later inter-married with the indigenous people. Later still (1000 BC) inter-marriage occured with Indo-Arians migrants from the south Asian sub-continent of India. The first indian migrants came primarily from Gujarat in Southeast India during the first Christian era.

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