What was Indonesia ruled by?
Some parts indeed were colonized for 3.5 centuries (for example Batavia/Jakarta and parts of the Moluccas), other parts were dominated by the Dutch for some two centuries (such as most of Java) but most other parts of this huge archipelago were gradually conquered over the course of the 19th and early 20th century, and …
Who controlled Indonesia during ww2?
The Japanese invasion of the Dutch East Indies began on 10 January 1942, and the Imperial Japanese Army overran the entire colony in less than three months.
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 were the colonial power in Indonesia?
The Dutch East Indies (or Netherlands East-Indies; Dutch: Nederlands(ch)-Indië; Indonesian: Hindia Belanda) was a Dutch colony consisting of what is now Indonesia.
Dutch East Indies.
|Dutch East Indies Nederlandsch-Indië (Dutch) Hindia-Belanda (Indonesian)|
|Head of State|
|• 1800||Augustijn Gerhard Besier|
Were there any wars in Indonesia?
The following is a list of wars involving Indonesia.
List of wars involving Indonesia.
|Conflict||Singhasari Kingdom (1222–1292)||Darul Islam rebellion (1949–1962)|
|Combatant 2||Islamic State of Indonesia Legion of Ratu Adil|
What did Japan do to Indonesia?
The Japanese divided the Indies into three jurisdictions: Java and Madura were placed under the control of the Sixteenth Army; Sumatra, for a time, joined with Malaya under the Twenty-fifth Army; and the eastern archipelago was placed under naval command.
Is Japan in Indonesia?
Both countries are members of the G20 and APEC. Today in Indonesia, there are about 11,000 Japanese expatriates whereas in Japan, there are approximately 24,000 Indonesian nationals working and training.
|HDI||0.718 (High)||0.909 (Very high)|