What country gave Indonesia independence?
It took place between Indonesia’s declaration of independence in 1945 and the Netherlands‘ recognition of Indonesia’s independence at the end of 1949.
Formation of the Republican government.
|Republic of Indonesia Republik Indonesia|
|Historical era||Cold War|
|• Independence proclaimed||17 August 1945|
Who is the father of Indonesia?
|Mahatma Gandhi (de facto)||India||Father of the Nation; Leader of the Indian independence movement from British Raj|
|Sukarno||Indonesia||Father of the Nation/Great Leader of Indonesian Revolution/The Proclamator|
|Cyrus the Great||Iran (Persia)||King of Kings|
Has Indonesia been in any wars?
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|
How many years has Indonesia been independent?
Indonesia had been a Dutch colony for over 300 years when a group of revolutionaries declared independence on 17 August 1945. It took Indonesians four years of diplomacy and armed struggle before their independence was formally granted by Queen Juliana of the Netherlands.
How was Indonesia formed?
The Indonesian archipel- ago formed over the past 300 million years by reassembly of fragments rifted from the Gondwana supercontinent that arrived at the Eurasian subduction margin. The present-day geology of Indonesia is broadly the result of Cenozoic subduction and collision at this margin.
Was Indonesia a part of India?
Both countries are neighbours, as India’s Andaman and Nicobar Islands share a maritime border with Indonesia along the Andaman Sea. The Indian-Indonesian relationship stretches back for almost two millennia.
|Embassy of India, Jakarta||Embassy of Indonesia, New Delhi|