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With the benefit of hindsight, more of such books should be recommended into the field so as to ignite the desire in readers to think and learn more about the dynamics involved during this particular period of the Indonesian history. Java in a Time of Revolution : Occupation and Resistance, London: Cornell University Press. Kahin, G. M Nationalism and Revolution in Indonesia. New York: Cornell University Press. Reid, A Oxford: Oxford University Press.
View 1 comment. Nov 24, Andrew Daniels rated it liked it. Though this would be useful to someone researching this period specifically, it has little value to the general audience.
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