Revolution in Surakarta 1945-50 : a case study of city and village in the Indonesian revolution
The five years of the Indonesian Revolution manifested not only the struggle to be free of Dutch colonialism; but also the attempt of Indonesian society to resolve its own tensions and contradictions, long held in suspension by colonial control. The intensity of internal revolutionary conflict in each locality served as an index of the social contradictions which had been latent beneath the superficial calm of Netherlands India. For many years Surakarta had been the centre of...[Show more]
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