After Proclamation of Independence Indonesia Had To Deal With

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After Proclamation of Independence Indonesia Had To Deal With

After Proclamation of Independence Indonesia Had To Deal With

a) Japanese and English
b. Japan, the Netherlands, and the allies
c. Japan and the Netherlands
in Japan, England and the Netherlands

Answer :

 

The answer is b. Japan, the Netherlands and the Allies

Detailed discussion on Proclamation of Indonesian Independence Had to Deal With

After Indonesia proclaimed its independence, country must face Japan, the Netherlands and the Allies. The following is evidence that Japan, the Netherlands and the Allies or those supported by NICA (Netherlands Indies Civil Administration):

Japanese resistance

  • Battle Krueng Panjoe in Aceh on 24 November 1945
  • Battle of 5 days Semarang

Battle against the Dutch

  • The events of March 1, 1949
  • General attack on Surakarta on 7 August 1949
  • The 5 Day Battle of Palembang

Against allies

  • Event 10 November – Surabaya
  • Bandung Sea of Fire
  • General Offensive March 1, 1949 – Yogyakarta
  • Field Battle
  • Battle of Ambarawa
  • and others

Which is almost similar to the correct answer is Japanese, English and Dutch. Even though the allied troops did not only come from England, but from other countries that came from allied countries in World War II.

Question Details

Class: 11th high school

Maple: History

Chapter : The War after the Proclamation

 

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