Who was Indonesia ruled by?
Dutch East Indies
|Dutch East Indies Nederlandsch-Indië (Dutch) Hindia-Belanda (Indonesian)|
|• 1800||Augustijn Gerhard Besier|
|• 1800–1801 (first)||Pieter G. van Overstraten|
Who ruled Indonesia before ww2?
Japanese occupation of the Dutch East Indies
|Japanese-occupied Dutch East Indies Ranryō Higashi Indo 蘭領東印度|
|Common languages||Japanese, Indonesian|
Who was the last king of Indonesia?
Kertanagara, (flourished 13th century), last king (1268–92) of Tumapel (or Singhasāri) in Java, still venerated among the Javanese as one of their greatest rulers.
Which country is the king of Asia?
|Monarchy||Official native name||Head of state|
|Japan||In Japanese; Nippon-koku/Nihon-koku||Emperor|
|Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan||In Arabic; al-Mamlakah al-Urdunīyah al-Hāshimīyah||King|
|Kingdom of Cambodia||In Khmer; Preăh Réachéanachâk Kâmpŭchéa||King|
Which kingdom did the first king of Indonesia come from?
78 AD: Prince Aji Caka (an Indian migrant) established the first known kingdom called Java Dvipa (Swarna Dvipa) in Central Java island of Indonesia.