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Indonesia -- Social conditions -- Case studies, Mojokerto (Indonesia : Kabup

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In Indonesia: History. Remains of Homo erectus (originally called Pithecanthropus, or Java man) indicate that the ancestors of humans already inhabited the island of Java roughly million years ago, when much of the western archipelago was still linked.

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Bandung in the Early Revolution, A Study in the Social History of the Indonesian Revolution. Ithaca: Southeast Asia Program, Department of Asian Studies, Cornell University, Though the Republic of Indonesia is only fifty years old, Indonesian societies have a long history during which local and wider cultures were formed.

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