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Japanese soldiers in a captured oil field in the Dutch East Indies (1942)

Japanese soldiers in a captured oil field in the Netherland's Borneo oil installations & Celebes Airfield need esssential resources like Oil, Rubber & Zinc,manganese like rare minerals for succesful WW

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Indonesia vintage ~ Nederlands Indie (Dutch East Indies) CIRCA A stamp printed in the Netherlands Indies shows image of Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands, circa 1945

The surrender of the Dutch East Indies to the Japanese at Kalidjati military airport.

Signs appear in the Netherlands saying ‘Forbidden for Jews’ or ‘Jews Not Wanted’.

INDONESIA. Independence. 1949. The harbor of Tanjong Priok. Dutch soldiers leaving for home. From Magnum Photos website.

Henri Cartier-Bresson, Jakarta Dutch soldiers leaving for home from the Tanjung Priok harbour, after the end of the Indonesian Revolution.

A Japanese soldier looks on as the oil refinery at Palembang in the Dutch East Indies burns.  Japan, who had been denied oil by the United States prior to December 1941, was eager to gain control of the oil fields which supplied more than half of the oil in the Dutch East Indies. Fortunately the Dutch colonial army were able to destroy one of the refineries before the Japaneses’ arrival

A Japanese soldier looks on as the oil refinery at Palembang in the Dutch East…

Nederlandse militairen tijdens oprukken in de stad Malang (Indonesië) tijdens politionele actie

Nederlandse militairen tijdens oprukken in de stad Malang (Indonesië) tijdens politionele actie

Nederlandse militairen tijdens oprukken in de stad Malang (Indonesië) tijdens politionele actie

Nederlandse militairen tijdens oprukken in de stad Malang (Indonesië) tijdens politionele actie

INDONESIA. Java. Solo. 1949. Dutch transfer. Dutch flag comes down and Republic flag goes up at ceremony in town stadium. From Magnum Photos website.

Dutch flag comes down and Republic flag goes up at ceremony in town stadium. From Magnum Photos website.

The Royal Netherlands East Indies Army (Koninklijk Nederlands Indisch Leger; KNIL) was the military force maintained by the Netherlands in its colony of the Netherlands East Indies (also known as the Dutch East Indies, and now modern Indonesia). The KNIL's air arm was the Royal Netherlands East Indies Army Air Force. Elements of the Royal Netherlands Navy were also stationed in the Netherlands East Indies.

Troops of the Royal Netherlands East Indies Army march down the streets of Batavia, the capital of the Dutch East Indies colony, as part of a military exercise.

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