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Published on Jul 26, 2013
The people of the East Indies were too diverse culturally and politically to resist the Dutch who saw their role as colonial masters as divine intervention. The predominantly Muslim population developed a hope for deliverance mixed with traditional beliefs. A few received a modern education. One of them was Sukarno, future leader of the Indonesian revolution.