Dewi Soekarno wearing kebaya

Former First Lady of Indonesia, Dewi Soekarno, in traditional Indonesian clothing

Soekarno, Indonesia 1st President

Must see: "Jangan dengarkan Asing" - Soekarno, 1957 !

Soekarno

Soekarno, when he spoke everybody listened.

Ratna Sari Dewi Soekarno

Ratna Sari Dewi Soekarno

Dutch defense made more angry. So that in July 1930, PNI was dissolved. After his release in 1931, Sukarno joined Partindo and once led. As a result, he was re-arrested Dutch and exiled to Ende, Flores, 1933. Four years later transferred to Bengkulu. After going through a long struggle, Bung Karno and Bung Hatta proclaimed Indonesia! Indonesia! Indonesia!

This portrait inspires him.

Sukarno & Ratna Sari Dewi

Kilas Balik Dewi Soekarno - Page 12 - DetikForum

Ratna Sari Dewi Soekarno

Former First Lady of Indonesia, Ratna Sari Dewi Soekarno

Indonesia 1st President, Ir. Soekarno and President John F. Kennedy. They lived in black and grey world

Great Nation is those who respect their heroes. John F Kennedy (USA) and Sukarno (Indonesia).

Dewi  -  Soekarno

dalam pakaian tradisional pun tetap ok

-disaat soekarno mencubit hidung wartawan asing-

Just don't be cheeky with Sukarno or he'll pinch your nose!

Soekarno with wife Fatmawati and son Guntur, 1946

Mr and Mrs Soekarno with eldest son Guntur Soekarnoputra

Raden Adjeng Kartini: 1879-1904; Raden Adjeng Kartini was a prominent Javanese and an Indonesian national heroine. Kartini was a pioneer in the area of women's rights for Indonesians. In 1903, she opened the first Indonesian primary school for native girls that did not discriminate based on social standing. She corresponded with Dutch colonial officials to further the cause of Javanese women's emancipation up until her death.

Raden Adjeng Kartini: 1879-1904; Raden Adjeng Kartini was a prominent Javanese and an Indonesian national heroine. Kartini was a pioneer in the area of women's rights for Indonesians. In 1903, she opened the first Indonesian primary school for native girls that did not discriminate based on social standing. She corresponded with Dutch colonial officials to further the cause of Javanese women's emancipation up until her death.

Quotes by ir. Soekarno

You’ve probably admired at least one of the 7 Indonesian presidents of the past 70 years – but have you ever wondered which President you are most like? Well, even if you haven’t, take the quiz below and find out!

To celebrate our first step towards a better Indonesia  -Jokowi June 22nd 2014-

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To celebrate our first step towards a better Indonesia -Jokowi June

Ibu Kartini - Indonesian Womens Rights Advocate - News - Bubblews

Indonesian national heroine Raden Kartini, with the help of her husband, encouraged the education of women in colonial Indonesia

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