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This is call "BADE MAS" it is 15 metres high, all hand made, its took 3 months to finish it, it is the "vehicle" to bring the human bone during cremation ceremony in Bali. Bademas Cremationceremony Culture Tradition Hindu Bali INDONESIA Colosal Sacral Art Architecture Balinesse Bali Theislandofgods
The Republicans lost much of their manpower, but it was the loss of weaponry that would severely hamper Republican military efforts for the remainder of the independence struggle. The battle for Surabaya was the bloodiest single engagement of the war, and demonstrated the determination of the rag-tag nationalist forces; their sacrificial resistance became a symbol and rallying cry for the revolution. It also made the British reluctant to be sucked into a war, considering how stretched their resources in southeast Asia were during the period after the Japanese surrender; within a few years, in fact, Britain openly supported the Republican cause in the United Nations. It was also a watershed for the Dutch as it removed any doubt that the Republic was a well-organized resistance with popular support. In November 1946, the last British troops left Indonesia. The "Heroes of the 10 November" statue in Surabaya commemorates this battle. 10 November is now commemorated in Indonesia as "Heroes' Day", in memory of the battle. The Scottish-American Indonesian sympathiser K'tut Tantri also witnessed the Battle of Surabaya, which she later recorded in her memoirs Revolt in Paradise. Prior to the fighting, she and a group of Indonesian rebels associated with Bung Tomo had established a secret radio station in the city which broadcast pro-Indonesian Republic messages that were directed at the British soldiers in the city. She noted that several British soldiers were unhappy with the Dutch for misleading them about the Indonesian Republicans being Japanese puppets and extremists. Following the British bombardment of the city, Tantri contacted several foreign diplomats and commercial attaches from Denmark, Switzerland, theUnion of Soviet Socialist Republics, andSweden. These countries had representatives in Surabaya. They agreed to inform their respective governments about the fighting in Surabaya and to take part in a joint broadcast protesting the British military operations. Historical History Worldwar2 Battleofsurabaya 10november England Deucthland Drama Dramakolosal Colosal INDONESIA Surabaya
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2). Dancing under the morning sun | Colosal Sunday Mass Kids Dance Gathering Observing People Traditional Culture Cultural Dance On Street Traditional Costume in Jakarta, Indonesia
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Ogoh Ogoh are statues built for the Ngrupuk parade, which takes place on the eve of Nyepi day in Bali. Ogoh Ogoh normally have form of mythological beings, mostly demons. Each village usually build one Ogoh Ogoh mainly built by each village's Seka Truna Truni (Balinesse village's youth organization), bit often some smaller ogoh ogoh also built by groups of teenager around the village. After being paraded on a convoy around the village, finally it is burnt to ashes in a cemetery as a symbol of self purification. OgohOgoh Art Statue Tradition Colosal Culture Hindu Bali Theislandofgods INDONESIA
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1). Dancing by the lake of Babakan | @Amazing Sunday Dance with 1240 participating kids. Colosal Traditional Costume Traditional Culture Cultural Dance On Street Observing People Gathering Kids Dance People People Watching Sunday Mass in Jakarta, Indonesia
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The Battle of Surabaya was fought between pro-independence Indonesian soldiers and militia against British and British Indian troops as a part of the Indonesian National Revolution. The peak of the battle was in November 1945. The battle was the heaviest single battle of the revolution and became a national symbol of Indonesian resistance. Considered a heroic effort by Indonesians, the battle helped galvanise Indonesian and international support for Indonesian independence. 10 November is celebrated annually as Heroes' Day (Hari Pahlawan). By the time the Allied forces arrived at the end of October 1945, the pemuda ("youth") foothold in Surabaya City was described as "a strong unified fortress". Ferocious fighting erupted on 30 October when 600Indian troops perished alongside the British commander, Brigadier A. W. S. Mallaby. The British retaliated with a punitive sweep that began on 10 November, under the cover of air attacks. Although the European forces largely captured the city in three days, the poorly armed Republicans fought for three weeks, and thousands died as the population fled to the countryside. Despite the military defeat suffered by the Republicans and a loss of manpower and weaponry that would severely hamper Republican forces for the rest of the revolution, the battle and defence mounted by the Indonesians galvanised the nation in support of independence and helped garner international attention. For the Dutch, it removed any doubt that the Republic was not simply a gang of collaborators without popular support. It also had the effect of convincing Britain that wisdom lay on the side of neutrality in the revolution; within a few years, in fact, Britain would support the Republican cause in the United Nations. Worldwar2 History Historical England Deucthland Resolusinusadamai Rnd Colosal Drama Act Acting Surabaya Battleofsurabaya INDONESIA 10november Dramakolosal
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