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A crippled remnant remained, cut off from the proletarian centres, and with ebook epub indonesia embassy leadership imbued with a deep distrust of the working class. Stalin scapegoated Chen for the defeat. Mao, in turn, became a key influence on the Indonesian Communist party, helping to develop its policy of support to the Indonesian bourgeois nationalist leadership of Sukarno.


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In the power vacuum that followed the Ebook epub indonesia embassy collapse, Sukarno and Hatta — somewhat reluctantly, by most accounts — declared the independence of the Indonesian Republic. The Dutch, supported by Britain, immediately sent troops to push back the militias and retake possession of their former colonies.

Despite huge rallies and demonstrations of support for the Republic, Sukarno refused to mobilise military defence of the Republic, instead entering into negotiations with the Dutch.

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The Madiun rebellion was short-lived.

It was quickly put down by the republican forces led by Vice-President Hatta. Madiun was a turning point in the independence struggle. The United States at this time was rapidly expanding its role in the region as the Japanese, Dutch, British and French empires collapsed.

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They reaped an early reward when the guerrilla force led by Tan Malaka in eastern Java was surrounded.

Tan Malaka was captured and executed by Republican forces loyal to Hatta ebook epub indonesia embassy The key issue, in Indonesia as in China forty years earlier, was land reform. In Sukarno introduced a land reform law, under pressure of the mass of land-hungry peasants.

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