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Foto-foto Presiden Soekarno yang luar biasa

President Sukarno Saying Goodbye to His Daughters
Surrounded by citizens of Jakarta, President Sukarno kisses his youngest daughter, Sukmawati, goodbye while his other daughters, Rachmawati (center) and Megawati (left), wait their turn. The Indonesian President was leaving for a three-week vacation in Tokyo.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: November 19, 1962


hehehe...pulangnya soekarno malah bawa ibu tiri buat anak-anaknya...ratna sari dewi


Foto-foto Presiden Soekarno yang luar biasa
Indonesian President Achmad Sukarno Calming down Protesters
Original caption: Indonesian President Achmad Sukarno, shown here speaking to a crowd in September of 1950, was reported trying to calm thousands of angry demonstrators near the presidential palace in Jakarta, October17. An artilery battery was brought into position outside the palace as president Sukarno talked to the crowd which had formed to demand the dissolution of Parliament and general elections. Pres. Sukarno told the throng that he did not want to become a dictator and that he would arrange for elections as soon as possible.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: October 17, 1952
Foto-foto Presiden Soekarno yang luar biasa


President Sukarno Addressing May Day Rally
Original caption: 5/7/1965-Djakarta, Indonesia- President Sukarno of Indonesia addresses a mass May Day rally in the Sports Hall Building. Sukarno announced his decision not to attend a peace conference with Malaysian Prime Minister Rahman in Tokyo. The announcement was viewed as a victory for Indonesia's powerful Communist Party. Posters above the silent crowd stress the unity of the working classes in their struggle to overcome "imperialism."
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: May 7, 1965
 Foto-foto Presiden Soekarno yang luar biasa


Leaders of the Non-Aligned Nations
Original caption: 9/29/60-Yugoslavia- 5 top neutralist countries called upon Pres. Dwight Eisenhower & Premier Nikita Khrushcev to resume their personal diplomacy with a face to face conference. The move resulted from a "neutralist summit conference" late sept. 29. Shown here at the end of the conference are (L to R) PM Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru of India, Pres. Kwame Nkrumah of Ghana, Pres. Gamal Abdel Nasser of United Arab Rep., Pres. Sukarno of Indonesia, & Pres. Tito of Yugoslavia.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: September 29, 1960



Sukarno Inspects Troops
President Sukarno, the first leader of Indonesia after it became a republic in 1945, inspects his troops.
Image: © Hulton-Deutsch Collection/CORBIS
Date Photographed: October 1965

 
Portrait of Ellsworth Bunker, Howard P. Jones and President Sukarno
Original caption: U.S. Special Envoy Ellsworth Bunker, right, and Ambassador Howard P. Jones, center, chatting with Indonesian President Sukarno April 6, 1965, at the Presidential Palace in Djakarta. The Americans met with Indonesian officials in efforts to stop the "decline" of U.S. Indonesian relations.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: April 6, 1965

 
Indonesian President Sukarno
Indonesian President Sukarno was taken prisoner by Dutch troops in an attempt to retain control of Indonesia.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: ca. 1945-1949

 
Richard Nixon Speaking with Achmed Sukarno
Original caption: Visiting president chats with "veep." Washington, D.C.: President Achmed Sukarno of Indonesia, currently on an 18 day official visit to the United States, is shown (left) chatting with Vice President Richard Nixon shortly before a capitol luncheon given in his honor by Mr. Nixon yesterday. The visiting chief of state also addressed a joint session of Congress yesterday, an honor accorded only to leaders of key nations.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Photographer: Al Muto
Date Photographed: May 18, 1956

 
Prime Minister Kishi Nobusuke and President Sukarno
Japanese Prime Minister Kishi Nobusuke (L) greets Indonesian President Sukarno during a state visit in Tokyo, Japan.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: 1958

 
Sukarno Achmed Speaking at Podium
Original caption: President Sukarno of Indonesia is shown here delivering his speech to the United Nations.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: October 2, 1960

 
Marilyn Monroe Standing with President Sukarno
Original caption: Indonesia's President Sukarno is shown chatting with actress Marilyn Monroe during a party given by Mr. and Mrs. Joshua Logan at a Beverly Hills Hotel last Tuesday night. The party was given in honor of Logan's brother-in-law, Marshall Noble, who is traveling with the 62 members of the Indonesian visiting group. Sukarno had expressed a desire to meet Miss Monroe, who he said is one of the favorite actresses in his country.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Photographer: George Snow
Date Photographed: June 1956

 
Kennedy and Johnson with Indonesia's Sukarno 1961
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: April 25, 1961

 
Prime Minister Kishi Nobusuke and President Sukarno
Japanese Prime Minister Kishi Nobusuke (L) greets Indonesian President Sukarno during a state visit in Tokyo, Japan.

 
Indonesian President Achmad Sukarno
President of Indonesia, Achmad Sukarno, in 1949.
Image: © Hulton-Deutsch Collection/CORBIS
Photographer: Bert Hardy
Date Photographed: April 1949

 
Indonesian President Achmad Sukarno
Achmad Sukarno, President of Indonesia and Hafi Salim (maksudnya Haji Agus Salim kali yak?), Socialist Foreign Minister, in 1949.
Image: © Hulton-Deutsch Collection/CORBIS
Photographer: Bert Hardy
Date Photographed: April 1949

 
Boy Riding in Bumper Car -- (ngga taunya si Guntur aka Mas Tok)
Original caption: Glen Echo, Maryland: son Of Visiting President Samples American Fun. Mohammed Guntur, 12-year-old son of visiting Indonesian President Achmed Sukarno, is shown having fun at the wheel of a "Dodgem" car at the Glen Echo Amusement Park. The boy was taken to the park by Mrs. Richard Nixon, wife of the Vice President, and her daughters, Julie and Patricia.

 
Chou En-lai and Sukarno Ride in Boat
Original caption: 7/6/1965-Cairo, Egypt- Cruising up the Nile River, Communist China's Premier Chou En-Lai (l) looks at the sights while his companion, President Sukarno of Indonesia checks the time. Both men were in Egypt awaiting the opening of the Afro-Asian Conference, which was to be held in Algiers. Chou stayed on in the Egyptian capital after the conference was postponed.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: July 6, 1965

 
Sukarno at Disneyland
Original caption: 6/4/1956-Anaheim, California- Dr. Achmed Sukarno, President of Indonesia, now touring the US, is shown with his son, Guntur, 12, riding behind "Dumbo," one of the fabulous residents of Disneyland, during their visit to the famous playground at Anaheim. Dr. Sukarno seemed to enjoy the tour almost as much as his enthusiastic son.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: June 4, 1956

 
Dr. Sukarno Chats With Mao Tse-Tung
Original caption: 11/24/1956-Peiping, China: President Dr. Sukarno of Indonesia, left, is seen chatting with Chairman Mao Tse-Tung of the People's Republic of China (Communist) during a banquet here given by the chairman of the Red China in honor of the Indonesian President.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: November 24, 1956

 
Sukarno W/Nikita Khrushchev
Original caption: 10/6/1960-New York, NY- Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev (L) stands silently by, as President Sukarno of Indonesia speaks to newsmen outside the Soviet U.N. delegation headquarters. Sukarno spoke to reporters after a 40-minute meeting with the Soviet Premier. Before his departure from the U.S., Sukarno issued a gloomy statement saying the session had accomplished very little.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: October 6, 1960

 
President and Mrs. Eisenhower and Achmed Sukarno
Original caption: 5/19/1956-Washington, D.C.- President and Mrs. Eisenhower are greeted by President Achmed Sukarno of Indonesia as they arrived at the Mayflower Hotel for a dinner given by President Sukarno in their honor. Speaking at the dinner, President Eisenhower said that Dr. Sukarno has given the US a "new thought, feeling and conception of freedom." In a toast to Mr. Eisenhower, President Sukarno said: "From what I have seen, this is a country of democracy and freedom.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: May 19, 1956

 
Presidents Kennedy and Sukarno
Original caption: 4/24/1961- andres Air Force Base, MD: Sukarno Here For Talks: President Kenendy and Indonesian President Sukarno are shown in back of limousine following the latter's arrival here today. Sukarno is here for talks which may provide a gauge of U.S. prestige in the wake of the Cuban incident.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: April 24, 1961

 
President Sukarno of Bativia
Original caption: 10/29/1945-Bativia, Java: Dr. Soekarno, President of the self proclaimed Indonesian republic, Who was rushed from Batavia to Soerabaja in effort to halt fighting between indonesian nationalists and British Indian Forces. The Nationalist, said to be using armoured cars and light tanks taken from the Japs, killed an estimated 25 of the British troops before Soekarno was able to effect a truce.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS

 
Khrushchev and Sukarno Greeting
Original caption: 10/3/1960-New York, NY-Soviet Premier Nikita Khrushchev and Indonesian President Achmed Sukarno (r) greet each other warmly at the Indonesian reception held October 3. at the Waldorf-Astoria. Khrushchev had a busy evening attending three receptions in one night. The Soviet Premier also dropped in on the Ethiopian and Bulgarian receptions and was in a merry mood answering reporters questions at these social events for United Nations delegates.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: October 3, 1960

 
Mobido Keita with John F. Kennedy and Sukarno (bareng ibu megwati mwahahahaha)
Indonesian President Sukarno gives the "OK" sign to President John Kennedy. At left is Mali's President Mobido. The two emissaries from the Belgrade conference have arrived to discuss averting World War III.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: September 12, 1961

 
Achmed Sukarno Delivering a Speech
Original caption: Washington, D.C.: Indonesian president Sukarno, speaking at a national press club luncheon today, warned that failure to end colonialism in Asia and Africa will mean the disruption of the United Nations and other world organizations.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Photographer: Doug Chevalier
Date Photographed: May 18, 1956

 
Achmed Sukarno Shaking Hands with Dag Hammarskjold
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: May 24, 1956

 
Portrait of Achmed Sukarno
Original caption: Washington, D.C.: President Eisenhower explains the mechanics of television to President Sukarno of Indonesia as they arrived at the White House radio and television room where President Eisenhower was scheduled to make a closed circuit television address.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Photographer: Jim Mahan
Date Photographed: May 16, 1956

 
Indonesian President and Ministers
Original caption: General views of Indonesia President President Sukarno with other ministers.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: April 15, 1966

 
Sukarno with Japanese Royalty (ketemu 'sodara tua'- akihito masih imut)
Original caption: Sukarno Guest of Japanese Emperor. Tokyo, Japan: President Achmed Sukarno (center) of Indonesia with Emperor Hirohito of Japan (left) and Crown Prince Akihito when Sukarno was guest of the emperor at luncheon in the Imperial Palace in Tokyo. The Indonesian president is on a tour of "rest" from his presidential duties. He is being given the red carpet treatment in Japan amid rumors that he is an unofficial link for Afro-Asian leaders who want the US and Russia to get together in another summit conference. February 3, 1958.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Photographer: Ichiro Fujimura
Date Photographed: February 3, 1958

 
ndonesian President Sukarno at Podium
Original caption: United Nations, New York: Helpful. President Sukarno of Indonesia speaks before the United Nations General assembly, Sept. 30th. His military aide, Lt. Col. Sabur (Left), retrieved each page as the President finished reading it. Sukarno urged the General Assembly to seek a new permanent home for the United Nations in Geneva or in some Asian or African country.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: September 30, 1960

 
John Kennedy Inspecting Soldiers
Original caption: Sukarno inspects honor guard. andres Air Force Base, Md.: Indonesian President Sukarno (right) inspects the honor guard following his arrival here today for talks with President Kennedy. Trooping the line with him are President Kennedy and Lieutenant Colonel Charles P. Murray Jr., commander of the troops.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: April 24, 1961

 
Robert and Ethel Kennedy Sitting With Indonesian Leader
Original caption: U. S. Attorney General Robert Kennedy, (L), and his wife visit with Indonesian president Sukarno here. The Kennedy's lunched with Sukarno on this "courtesy call" visit. The president's brother and Sukarno are expected to discuss the Dutch Indonesian dispute and other issues involving Indonesia during informal talks later during the attorney General's six day visit to the island.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: February 13, 1962

 
President Kennedy Greets President Sukarno
Original caption: Sukarno Arrives For Working Lunch. Washington: Indonesian President Sukarno is greeted by President Kennedy on the North Portico of the White House as the former arrives today for a working lunch with the U.S. Chief Executive, Secretary of State Dean Rusk and Indonesian Foreign Minister Subandrio. Kennedy and Sukarno had met for an hour and a half earlier this morning at the White House.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: April ?

 
Achmed Sukarno Waving
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: May 24, 1956
Location Information: New York, New York, USA

 
Achmed Sukarno Waving from His Limousine
Original caption: Asian leader responds to capital welcome. Washington, D.C.: President Sukarno of Indonesia waves from his open limousine in response to greeting accorded him yesterday on his arrival in Washington for an 18 day official state visit. Dr. Sukarno, leader of the world's third largest republic, which has remained neutral in the East-West Cold War, is staying at Blair House as guest of President Eisenhower. The Asian leader expressed the hope that his visit will "lead to real friendship between the U.S. and Indonesia."
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: May 17, 1956

 
President Sukarno at Microphone
Original caption: Indonesian President Greeted. Washington, DC: Upon arrival at the Washinton Airport, May 16, President Sukarno of Indonesia (extreme right) inspects the Honor Guard, accompanied by Vice President Nixon (extreme left) and Major James L. Williams (center), Commander of the Combined Armed Forces Honor Guard.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: May 16, 1956

 
Portrait of Achmed Sukarno
Original caption: Leaving past glories behind, Indonesia's former leader Sukarno now lives quietly isolated from his people. Sukarno, who at one time traveled extensively and who boasted of four wives, is not allowed now to travel inside or outside Indonesia without permission and can only see on of his wives. At age 67, Sukarno is now truly in the September of his years, as he appears in his underwear.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: June 30, 1967

 
Portrait of Dr Achmed Sukarno Photo yang terkenal nihh....
Original caption: This is the latest official portrait of Dr. Achmed Soekarno, the President of the Republic of Indonesia.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: January 19, 1956

 
President Kennedy and Indonesia's President Sukarno riding in an open car past a row of soldiers.
Image: © CORBIS
Date Photographed: April 24, 1961

 
U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower (1890-1969) meets with Sukarno (1901-1970), the first President of Indonesia after the country gained its independence from the Dutch in 1945. Washington, D.C.
Image: © CORBIS
Date Photographed: ca. 1953-1961

 
Eisenhower Confers with Sukarno in Meeting
Original caption: 10/6/1960-Washington, DC- President Eisenhower and Indonesian President Achmed Sukarno confer as they are about to rise for a final pose following their conference at the White House. Sukarno, one of the five neutralist leaders who sponsored a resolution in the U.N. proposing an Eisenhower-Khrushchev meeting, said afterwards that he still believes the two top leaders should meet. In the background is the acting Secretary of State, Douglas Dillon.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: October 6, 1960
Location Information: Washington, DC, USA

 
Nixon Greets President Sukarno
Original caption: 5/16/1956-Washington, DC-: Indonesia's President Achmed Sukarno is escorted by Vice President Richard Nixon as the visiting Chief of State received full military honors and a 21-gun salute on his arrival at Washington National Airport at noon.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: May 16, 1956
Location Information: Washington, DC, USA

 
President Sukarno with Osvaldo Dorticos & Fidel Castro (castro masih muda ya...sekarang lagi sakit...awet amat ini orang!)
Original caption: 5/9/1960-Havana, Cuba- Indonesian President Sukarno (C) chats with Cuban President Osvaldo Dorticos (L) and Premier Fidel Castro (R). The Indonesian president was beginning a state visit to Cuba.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: May 9, 1960
Location Information: Havana, Cuba

 
Soldiers at President Sukarno's Funeral
Original caption: 6/22/1970-Blitar, East Java- Former Indonesian President Sukarno is buried with full military honors in the family cemetery at his birthplace. Sukarno, who served as president from 1945 to 1967, died early June 21st at the age of 69.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: June 22, 1970
Location Information: Blitar, East Java


 
Portrait of Sukarno
Original caption: Closeup of Sukarno at Merdeka Palace, when he announced a new six man presidium.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: March 27, 1966

 
Madame Pandit and President Soekarno Listening to an Anthem
Original caption: Madame Vijayal Laksimi Pandit of India (second from right), president of the United Nations General Assembly, stands beside President Achmed Soekarno of Indonesia, who salutes while the band plays the Indonesian national anthem. The ceremony took place at a welcoming reception for Mme. Pandit, who is touring the country. itu ibu fatmawati lagi hamil ya.... siapa ya guruh kali ya? tahun 54 nih.....
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: September 12, 1954
Location Information: Bandung, Indonesia

 
Sukarno and Family (wartawan sampe ngga tau nama fatmawati...tapi his wife....)
Original caption: 3/11/1946-Batavia, Java, Indonesia- Dr. I.R. Sukarno, Nationalist leader and President of the Indonesian government, with his wife and son, Guntur, shown at their home. The eyes of the entire world are on this man, who, although he was in power during the Japanese occupation, has managed to retain his authority. The peace and prosperity of 80,000,000 Indonesians depend on his decisions.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: March 11, 1946
Location Information: Jakarta, Java, Indonesia


 
Achmed Sukarno Receiving an Honorary Hood
Original caption: Indonesian president honored at Columbia. New York, New York: Indonesian president Sukarno is shown being invested by Dean Harry J. Carman of Columbia with the hood of the degree of Doctor of Laws in ceremonies at the university today. L. to R.: Dean Carman; Dr. Sukarno and Dr. Grayson Kirk, president of Columbia. Dr. Kirk introduced the first president of the Southeast Asia republic as "a political pioneer of a great frontier of today and tomorrow."
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: May 24, 1956
Location Information: New York, New York, USA

 
President Eisenhower with Achmed Sukarno
Original caption: Washington, D.C.: President Eisenhower explains the mechanics of television to President Sukarno of Indonesia as they arrived at the White House radio and television room where President Eisenhower was scheduled to make a closed circuit television address.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Photographer: Jim Mahan
Date Photographed: May 16, 1956
Location Information: Washington, DC, USA

 
Robert F. Kennedy Talking With Achmed Sukarno
Original caption: General Robert F. Kennedy, (L), shares a laugh with Indonesian President Sukarno, as they discuss the Malaysia situation here. The Attorney General and Sukarno reached an agreement that the Malaysia crisis, which threatened the peace in southeast Asia, by agreeing that it should be solved by consultation.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: January 12, 1961
Location Information: Tokyo, Honshu, Japan

 
Chiefs of Neutral Nations
Original caption: Summit meeting of neutrals. Belgrade, Yugoslavia: The chiefs of the neutral nations meeting here, Sept. 5th, pose for this group photo. Shown (left to right) are: Prince Norodom Sihanouk of Cambodia; Saeb Salaam of Lebanon; President Adan Abdullah Osman of the Republic of Somali; Lieutenant General Ibrahim Abboud of Sudan; Sheik Sowayel of Saudi Arabia; King Hassan of Morocco; Marshal Josip Tito of Yugoslavia; Mrs. Sirimavo Bandaranaike, prime minister of Ceylon; President Habib Bourguiba of Tunisia; President Achmad Sukarno of Indonesia; President Oswaldo Dorticos of Cuba; President Kwame Nkrumak of Ghana; President Gamal Abdel Nasser of the United Arab Republic; Emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia; Prime Minister Mohammed Daud of Afghanistan; President Modibo Keita of Mali; and Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru of India. The conference of nonaligned nations e
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: September 5, 1961
Location Information: Belgrade, Yugoslavia

 
Jean Simmons and Husband Listen To Sukarno
Original caption: 4/11/1962-Bogor, Indonesia- Film star Jean Simmons and her husband, writer-director Richard Brooks (r), listen attentively to Indonesia's President Sukarno as he talks with them outside Bogor Palace. The actress and hubby are traveling through the islands of Indonesia looking for a film locale for the Conrad novel "Lord Jim."
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: April 11, 1962
Location Information: Bogor, Indonesia

 
President Eisenhower and President Sukarno
U.S. President Dwight D. Eisenhower (1890-1969) meets with Sukarno (1901-1970), the first President of Indonesia after the country gained its independence from the Dutch in 1945. Washington, D.C.
Image: © CORBIS
Date Photographed: ca. 1953-1961
Location Information: Washington, DC, USA

 
First Indonesian Cabinet Meeting
Original caption: 8/4/1966-Jakarta, Indonesia- Members of the new Indonesian cabinet, formed July 25th, await the start of their first meeting at Freedom Palace. From left are: Chairman of the Presidium General Suharto; President Sukarno; Senior Minister of Economics and Finance S.H. Buwono IX; and Senior Minister of Politics A. Malik.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: August 4, 1966
Location Information: Jakarta, Indonesia

 
President Sukarno with President Eisenhower
Original caption: 5/16/1956-Washington, D.C.- President Sukarno of Indonesia (L) sits with President Eisenhower during a closed-circuit television broadcast in connection with the dedication of a new General Motors technical center in Detroit.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: May 16, 1956
Location Information: Washington, DC, USA

 
A. Nasser and A. Sukarno Toast with J. Nehru
Original caption: 9/29/1960-New York, NY- United Arab Republic President GAmal Abdel Nasser (L) and Indonesian President Achmed Sukarno (C) clink glasses with their host, Indian Prime Minister Jawaharlal Nehru, at a reception at India House. The glasses contain fruit punch.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: September 29, 1960
Location Information: New York, New York, USA

 
Pakistani and Indonesian Leaders Saluting at Welcoming Ceremony
Original caption: President Achmed Soekarno, (L) who is taking a rest from the cares of the office, is shown taking the salute at the airport on his arrival at Karachi. Standing beside the Indonesian President is President Iskander Mirza of Pakistan. They are flanked by Indonesian and Pakistan flags.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: January 25, 1958
Location Information: Karachi, Pakistan

 
President Sukarno of Indonesia with French Premier
Pompidou of France.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: 1965


Update Gambar
 
President Soekarno At Moslem Ceremonies
Indonesian President, a devout Moslem, addresses a crowd of 5,000 worshippers at Hari Raya Hadji Sunrise ceremonies at Soekabumi. He urged all Moslems to resist terrorist activities of the fanatical "Darul Islam" guerillas. "Good Moslems," said Soekarno, "do not kill, rape, and burn houses of their fellow men."
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: October 20, 1952
Location Information: Soekabumi, West Java

 
Delegates Sign a Constitution Draft of the United States of Indonesia
Original caption: At a round-table conference which took place in the Hall of Knights at the Hague, delegates from Holland, Indonesia and the United Nations signed a resolution agreeing to a draft constitution for a United States of Indonesia. At the left is J.H. Maarseveen, the Dutch Minister; and second from right is Mohammed Hatta, the Chairman of the Indonesian Delegation, during the signing ceremony. Others seated are representatives of the two governments.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Collection: Bettmann
Standard RM
Date Photographed: November 7, 1949
Location Information: The Hague, Netherlands

 
Mohammed Hatta
Dr. Mohammed Hatta the Prime Minister of Indonesia (1902-1980).
Image: © Hulton-Deutsch Collection/CORBIS
Collection: Historical
Standard RM
Date Photographed: 1949
Location Information: Indonesia


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Madame Sukarno Having Hair Done...cakep ya sampe bikin BK klepek-klepek...
Original caption: 7/6/1965-London, England- Having her hair put back in place by the helping hand of a friend, Ratna Sari Dewi Sukarno smiles as she arrives in London. The Japanese-born beauty is the Indonesian President Sukarno's "wife number three," in his harem of four wives. Although relations between Indonesia and the British Commonwealth are strained, Madame Sukarno received an official welcome from the British Foreign Office.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: July 6, 1965
Location Information: London, England

 
Dewi Sukarno Admiring Her Infant
Original caption: Ratna Sari Dewi, Japanese wife of former Indonesian President Sukarno, holds her 2 week old daughter, named Katika Sari--"Essence of the Star," is shown in her private suite at Keio University Hospital in Tokyo. The baby born March 7th there, became the eighth child for the 65 year old former President. Madame Sukarno and her daughter were released from the hospital on March 18th. She told newsmen before leaving the hospital, she plans to rest for about six to eight weeks before returning to Djakarta in late April.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: March 18, 1967
Location Information: Tokyo, Japan

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Gastineau Girl....eh Soekarno Girl ding...
Dewi Sukarno and Her Daughter
Dewi Sukarno, widow of former president of The Republic of Indonesia Achmed Sukarno, with their daughter, Kartika Sukarno during winter vacation in Gstaad.
Image: © James Andanson/Sygma/Corbis
Photographer: James Andanson
Date Photographed: December 1, 1983
Location Information: Gstaad, Switzerland

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Former Wife of Sukarno with New Husband
Original caption: 10/3/1967-Djakarta, Indonesia- Former Indonesian President Sukarno's fourth wife, Harjati, is seen in traditional Indonesian wedding attire with her new husband at their wedding reception. Harjati married ex-Indonesian Army Major Sakri Sunarto Sukiman, son of a Sukarno political enemy, Dr. Sukiman Wirjosandjojo, former chairman of the "Masjumi" Moslem party, which was banned by Sukarno.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
Date Photographed: October 3, 1967
Location Information: Djakarta, Indonesia
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