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Appendix 1. Population figures of Indonesia’s major cities

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This appendix presents a list of population figures of Indonesia's major cities from the year 1920 to 1961. The decolonization of Indonesia was a process that entailed far more than war, diplomacy, and the development of a new, independent administration. Decolonization also brought about profound social changes. Jakarta had an ethnically mixed population with an unusually strong Chinese component, who had made a large contribution to the first three centuries of the city's development.

Keywords: Chinese component; decolonization; Indonesia



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