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Show More. Average Review. Write a Review. Related Searches. Alienating Labour: Workers on the Road from Socialism. The refusal, and probably the inability, of the leadership of the self-proclaimed Republic of Indonesia, to play by his rules led to his practical actions and recommendations converging with those of the Dutch politicians, military leaders, colonials, investors etc. The bulk of the Netherlands political leadership embraced this position because:.
To Van Mook the full, though transitional restoration of Dutch rule was an essential precondition for the restoration. He simply closed his eyes to the fact that the Republic had maintained order over much of its territory while Dutch settlers and Dutch and Dutch-led soldiers caused much of the chaos and actively provoked violence.
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When blocked by Dutch military weakness and British authority from restoring Dutch rule in Java where the population was overwhelmingly anti-Dutch. Van Mook set up Dutch-supported puppet governments first outside Java and after the first police action anti-Republic military offensive on Java itself.
See Independent Philippines and the Third Republic — Comparative Summary of Aspects of Colonial Rule. Indian Raj. French Indochina. Conscious preparation for Independence. See table above. From indianization of Indian Civil Service, Army etc. The French denied the possibility of independence at any time. Economic Benefit of Colony to Metropolis. Moderately important.
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Very important. Not important. Tiny elite only. Major effort.
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Serious effort. Indigenous Access to Top Admin. From Almost none. Slow indianisation from Limited number of Indonesian officers. Divide and Rule. Yes but only serious during WWII. Major aspect for maintaining rule. Minor importance. Major constraint to good race relations, advancement of indigenous personnel and eventually to decolonization. Origin and Nature. Military and Civil Governance. Origin and Impact. Military Culture. Civilian government controls the military. Linear continuation of the British Indian Army which was ethnically and religiously mixed and always stayed out of politics and was loyally subordinate to the civilian authorities.
From Indians became commissioned officers embued with the British military ethos. Communist Party controls the military. Viet Minh, a communist dominated guerrilla army,. Military dominates civilian government.
In this they were greatly aided by sympathetic Japanese officers handing over about half the Japanese weaponry in Java contrary to the terms of surrender. Elections, cabinet system, legislatures etc. Communist party control.
New Order Attempt to establish democratic regeime. Attempt to replicate the American system. Allen, Louis. Fujiwara and Suzuki: patterns of Asian liberation. Japan in Asia. Singapore: Singapore University Press , Anderson , Benedict R. Benedict Richard O'Gorman. Java in a time of revolution; occupation and resistance , Ithaca, Cornell University Press . Note — review by J. Mackie in the American Political Science Review vol.
Andrew, C. Note bibliography. August, Thomas G. Bennett, Frank C. Broek, Jan O. Chowdhry, Carol. Dusk of Empire: Roosevelt and Asian Colonialism , De Jong , L.
Dennis , Peter. Manchester University Press, Extensive references to published and unpublished sources. Modern Indonesia Project. Extensive references to unpublished sources and bibliography. Doom, J. Fieldhouse, D. David Kenneth.
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