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by Anthony Reid

  • ISBN: 0582710464
  • Category: Asia
  • Subcategory: History
  • Author: Anthony Reid
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Prentice Hall Press (April 1975)
  • Pages: 206
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The Indonesian National Revolution,. The Blood of the People: Revolution and the End of Traditional Rule in Northern Sumatra. Anthony Reid and the Study of the Southeast Asian Past, ed. Geoff Wade and Li Tana (Singapore: ISEAS, 2012).

The Indonesian National Revolution,. Hawthorn, Vic. Longmans Australia, 1974. Kuala Lumpur, OUP, 1979. Indonesian translation as Perjuangan Rakyat: Revolusi dan Hancurnya Kerajaan di Sumatra. Jakarta, Sinar Harapan, 1986. Southeast Asia in the Age of Commerce, 1450-1680. Vo. : The Lands below the Winds. New Haven, Yale University Press, 1988.

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book by Anthony Reid. 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.

Anthony John Stanhope Reid, New Zealand, Australian Historian, educator. Fellow Australian Academy Humanities (international secretary 1990-1992); member Asian Studies Association Australia (founding convenor 1975-1976, president 1996-1998). The Indonesian National Revolution, 1945-1950 (Studies in Contemporary Southeast Asia). Indonesian National Revolution, 1945-50 (Study in ContemporaryEast Asia).

Anthony Reid (born 19 June 1939) is a New Zealand-born historian of Southeast Asia

Anthony Reid (born 19 June 1939) is a New Zealand-born historian of Southeast Asia. His doctoral work at Cambridge University examined the contest for power in northern Sumatra, Indonesia in the late 19th century, and he extended this study into a book The Blood of the People on the national and social revolutions in that region 1945-49.

Studies in Contemporary Southeast Asia. Other books in this series. The Indonesian National Revolution 1945-1950. By (author) Anthony Reid. Format Hardback 205 pages.

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Journal of East Asian Studies 4 (2004): 39–67. Pollard, Robert A. ". Economic Diplomacy in East Asia: The Fall of China and the Reconstruction of Japan, 1945–50. In Economic Security and the Origins of the Cold War, 1945–50. Columbia University Press, 1985, pp. 168–96.

The National Revolution, 1945-50. Indonesia Table of Contents. Unlike Burma and the Philippines, Indonesia was not granted formal independence by the Japanese in 1943. No Indonesian representative was sent to the Greater East Asia Conference in Tokyo in November 1943. But as the war became more desperate, Japan announced in September 1944 that not only Java but the entire archipelago would become independent. This announcement was a tremendous vindication of the seemingly collaborative policies of Sukarno and Hatta.

This book provides a wealth of factual information and historical background that increases the reader's understanding . Charles K. Armstrong is the Korea Foundation Professor of Korean Studies in the Social Sciences, Department of History, at Columbia University.

This book provides a wealth of factual information and historical background that increases the reader's understanding of North Korea's communist history and present idiosyncrasies.

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.