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Indonesia, Sumatra ~ Ternyata Foto Asli Cut Nyak Dien Pahlawan Aceh Berhijab

Indonesia, Sumatra ~ Ternyata Foto Asli Cut Nyak Dien Pahlawan Aceh Berhijab

Teukoe Oemar te Atjeh_Circa 1876

Teukoe Oemar te Atjeh_Circa 1876

Indonesia, Sumatra, Aceh. Atjeh woman.

Indonesia, Sumatra, Aceh. Atjeh woman.

File:COLLECTIE TROPENMUSEUM Portret van het hoofd van de westkust van Atjeh TMnr 10004994.jpg

File:COLLECTIE TROPENMUSEUM Portret van het hoofd van de westkust van Atjeh TMnr 10004994.jpg

File:COLLECTIE TROPENMUSEUM Portret van de Sultan van Atjeh TMnr 10001853.jpg

File:COLLECTIE TROPENMUSEUM Portret van de Sultan van Atjeh TMnr 10001853.jpg

1904 5 armed Gajo's, Aceh Sumatera Indonesia Source, Volkenkunde museum Leiden Holland

1904 5 armed Gajo's, Aceh Sumatera Indonesia Source, Volkenkunde museum Leiden Holland

COLLECTIE TROPENMUSEUM Portret van twee mannen in Perlak op Atjeh.

COLLECTIE TROPENMUSEUM Portret van twee mannen in Perlak op Atjeh.

Cut Nyak Dhien after being captured by Dutch East Indies officials  COLLECTIE TROPENMUSEUM Groepsportret met Cut Nyak Dhien de vrouw van Teuku Umar na haar gevangenneming TMnr 10018822 - Cut Nyak Dhien - Wikipedia

Cut Nyak Dhien after being captured by Dutch East Indies officials COLLECTIE TROPENMUSEUM Groepsportret met Cut Nyak Dhien de vrouw van Teuku Umar na haar gevangenneming TMnr 10018822 - Cut Nyak Dhien - Wikipedia

Keumalahayati (1585-1604) was an admiral in the navy of the Aceh Sultanate. She was the first woman admiral in the modern world (if Artemisia I is not included). Her troops were drawn from Aceh's widows and the army named the "Inong Balee", after the Inong Balee Fortress near the city of Banda Aceh. She was a daughter of Admiral Machmud Syah of (Aceh Empire). After graduating from Pesantren, an Islamic school, and at Aceh Royal Military Academy, known as Ma’had Baitul Maqdis.

Keumalahayati (1585-1604) was an admiral in the navy of the Aceh Sultanate. She was the first woman admiral in the modern world (if Artemisia I is not included). Her troops were drawn from Aceh's widows and the army named the "Inong Balee", after the Inong Balee Fortress near the city of Banda Aceh. She was a daughter of Admiral Machmud Syah of (Aceh Empire). After graduating from Pesantren, an Islamic school, and at Aceh Royal Military Academy, known as Ma’had Baitul Maqdis.

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