Proclamation of Indonesian Independence

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The Proclamation of Indonesian Independence was read at 10:00 in the morning of Friday, 17 August 1945. The newborn state was de facto formed during a vacuum of power in the former Dutch East Indies following the surrender of Japan in World War II on 15 August.
Proclamation of Indonesian Independence
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The Proclamation of Indonesian Independence was read at 10:00 in the morning of Friday, 17 August 1945. The newborn state was de facto formed during a vacuum of power in the former Dutch East Indies following the surrender of Japan in World War II on 15 August.
Proclamation of Indonesian Independence
Proclamation of Indonesian Independence
The Proclamation of Indonesian Independence was read at 10:00 in the morning of Friday, 17 August 1945. The newborn state was de facto formed during a vacuum of power in the former Dutch East Indies following the surrender of Japan in World War II on 15 August.
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