A country boy from Indonesia went to study in Japan. A dreadful fate brought him to witness the horror of the atomic bomb exploded in Hiroshima. He subsequently became one of the leading figures behind the close relationship between Indonesia and Japan.
He was behind the strikes and demonstrations in New York rallying for his homeland independence, as well as behind his own death in the homeland.
The achievement of the Indonesian national team has been underwhelming lately.. Once soared as “The Tiger of Asia”, now conquering the great wall of Southeast Asia even seems like a utopian dream for the team.
Seven soldiers from the Dutch marine brigade were taken prisoner by the Indonesian National Armed Forces (TNI), provoking subsequent vindictive retaliation from the Dutch military.
In the beginning, the Japanese came to Indonesia to trade and sell essential items for karayuki-san, the Japanese prostitutes. After having enough capital, they set up their own shop and built extensive trade networks.
A scandalous mess that tainted Indonesian diplomatic history: an Indonesian diplomat was reported to have provided a woman for Sukarno.
Both were involved in the world of education, scouts, and military; but unlike Soedirman, his former student who went on to become the commander of the Indonesian National Armed Forces (TNI), his name is almost unknown.
The Javanese primary sources reveal the origin of the daunting epithet carried by one of the most accomplished and seasoned military commanders throughout the history of Java.
The Kedung Ombo Reservoir has sunk the history of a sacred ancestral land, boiling a tale where defiance and betrayal unfolds.
The notion of constructing a nuclear power plant has been deliberated for decades. Despite numerous disputes and failures that gravitate toward the plan, the Indonesian government still insists on including it in their agenda.