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Soekarno -John F.Kennedy  1-866-621-6886 www.skinception.com Promo code hypergh237 Order HyperGH 14X NOW!!!!!  www.naturalhealthsource.com

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9 January 1942 - Japanese advances in Borneo meet with little opposition - 10 January - Japan declares war on the Netherlands - 11 January - Japanese troops capture Kuala Lumpur, Malaya. Japan invades the Netherlands East Indies - Imperial Marines landing somewhere in Dutch East Indies (present day Indonesia)

9 January 1942 - Japanese advances in Borneo meet with little opposition - 10 January - Japan declares war on the Netherlands - 11 January - Japanese troops capture Kuala Lumpur, Malaya. Japan invades the Netherlands East Indies - Imperial Marines landing somewhere in Dutch East Indies (present day Indonesia)

Javanese women - "flowers of the Malay race" - color plate from 1940's book by route44west, $10.00

Javanese women - "flowers of the Malay race" - color plate from 1940's book by route44west, $10.00

soekarno

soekarno

Malioboro, Djogjakarta

Malioboro, Djogjakarta

Elvis and Achmed Sukarno of Indonesia on set of "Blue Hawaii."

Elvis and Achmed Sukarno of Indonesia on set of "Blue Hawaii."

Pasar Baru, Batavia  #Tempoe Doeloe

Pasar Baru, Batavia #Tempoe Doeloe

Japanese war crimes occurred in China, Korea, the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, the Dutch East Indies (now Indonesia) and other Asian countries during the period of WWII II. Some of the incidents have also been described as an Asian Holocaust. Historians and governments of some countries hold Japanese military forces and especially Emperor Hirohito, responsible for killings and other crimes committed against millions of civilians and prisoners of war.

Japanese war crimes occurred in China, Korea, the Philippines, Malaysia, Singapore, the Dutch East Indies (now Indonesia) and other Asian countries during the period of WWII II. Some of the incidents have also been described as an Asian Holocaust. Historians and governments of some countries hold Japanese military forces and especially Emperor Hirohito, responsible for killings and other crimes committed against millions of civilians and prisoners of war.

TIME Magazine cover - Soekarno - December 23, 1946

TIME Magazine cover - Soekarno - December 23, 1946

Batavia -  Fatahilah Museum - Jakarta

Batavia - Fatahilah Museum - Jakarta

Indonesian President Sukarno with USSR President Nikita Khrushchev in Indonesia, February 1, 1960.

Indonesian President Sukarno with USSR President Nikita Khrushchev in Indonesia, February 1, 1960.