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Year 11 History: Unit 1 SAC 4
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This guide helps students find information and resources on a country that has previously been colonised by a European nation and is now independent.
 
Information that needs to be researched covers the following:
-          Conquest: The means by which colonisers imposed and maintained control
-          Resistance: The roles of leaders and nationalist movements in resistance to colonial rule
-          New Nation: The extent to which the new nation realised its goals
 

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Indonesia

"Better to the hell than to be colonized again" was painted on a streetcar in Jakarta on 17 August 1945. This is the day of the Proclamasi, the day Sukarno plants the red and white flag in front of his home in Jakarta and proclaims the independent Republic of Indonesia. Two days after the surrender of Japan the situation is chaotic, and the Dutch government is not even inclined to consider acknowledging the republic. The Indonesians will have to endure two wars and wait for more than four years until sovereignty is officially granted, on 29 December 1949.

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