Arti Civil Affairs Agreement

After the japanese surrendered on August 15, 1945, he had to abandon his occupied territories. This meant that the colonies originally conquered by the Westerners of the Allied bloc had to be restored. In fact, Western countries still have the right to continue to govern their colonies first. With regard to Indonesia in particular, the Dutch have been preparing for Indonesia`s renewal since April 1944. Since this month, the Dutch and British governments have been in talks in London and Kandy. The negotiations resulted in what is known as the civil agreement. Australian troops arrived with NICA (Indies Civil Administration) in most cities in eastern Indonesia. At that time, there were not many well-organized armed forces in eastern Indonesia. As a result, the Australian military had relatively significant difficulties in implementing the initial dutch government takeover preparedness plan. Indeed, on August 17, 1945, the Indonesian people declared the declaration of independence of the Republic of Indonesia.

The number of Japanese soldiers who had to be disarmed and detained in Sumatra, Java, Nusa Tenggara, Kalimantan, Western Dad, etc., reached more than 300,000 people. After their dismissal, they will also be sent back to Japan. In addition, there are approximately 100,000 Allied prisoners and internees who must be released and returned to their respective countries. 14 FINISH MAY 7, 1949 ROEM-ROYEN APPROVAL JULY 19, 1949 INTER-INDONESIA CONFERENCE AUGUST 23, 1949 ROUND TABLE CONFERENCE (KMB) DECEMBER 27, 1949 RECOGNITION OF SOVEREIGNTY FINISH Dated August 15, 1945, Authority on Java, Bali, Lombok, Kalimantan and Sulawesi filed by MacArthur. Many say that Indonesia`s fate will be different if the entry into Indonesia is an American soldier and not a British soldier. KOMPAS.com – The allied and Dutch arrival in Indonesia came after the Allies won World War II and Japan surrendered unconditionally to the Allies. After the Japanese surrendered to the Allies on August 15, 1945, the Dutch, who still felt masters in their former colony, prepared to return to the Netherlands as rulers. Indeed, the Dutch had lost their rights on Dutch Indian territory because, On 9 March 1942 in Kalijati, near Subang, after being enthused for a week by the Japanese army, the Dutch Indian government, represented by the commander-in-chief of the Dutch army, Lieutenant General Hein ter Poorten, presented an unconditional surrender document to Dai Nippon`s army under the direction of Lieutenant General Hitochi Imamura commanding the 16th Army signed.

In particular, with regard to Sumatra as an area under the supervision of the South East Asia Command (SEAC). 6 HEROIC BATTLE AGAINST ALLIES AND NICA10 NOVEMER 1945 HEROIC EVENTS IN SURABAYA DECEMBER 15, 1945 PALAGAN AMBARAWA 10. DECEMBER 1945 BATTLE TERRAIN HEROIC STRUGGLE AREA FACING ALLIES AND NICA FEBRUARY 14, 1946 RED AND WHITE PERITIWA IN MENADO MARCH 23, 1946 BANDUNG SEA OF FIRE JULY 21, 1947 DUTCH MILITARY AGGRESSION I MARCH 14, 1948 RED AND WHITE EVENTS IN BIAK DECEMBER 19 1948 DUTCH MILITARY AGRESSION II MARCH , the Netherlands “ceded” the entire territory of Dutch India to the Japanese.

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