Indonesian

Scholar Paul Thomas has rightly identified Indonesian as ‘Australia’s first Asian Language’. Sources on Australia from Indonesia go back to its colonial period, when it was called was called the Netherlands East Indies. The State Library of New South Wales (SLNSW) holds many sources in Indonesian such as the newspaper Penjoeloeh, which was published in Melbourne during WWII, and sheds light on Indonesian experiences in Australia. The Australian National University (ANU), the NLA, the NAA and Monash University Library have extensive holdings of Indonesian sources related to its war of Independence and the period after 1949.

From the archive Filter this collection

Cold War
Indonesian
The University of Sydney
Cold War
Indonesian
The University of Sydney
Cold War
Indonesian
National Library of Australia
National boundaries
Malay, Indonesian
State Library of New South Wales
World War II
Japanese, Indonesian, Chinese, Malay, Portuguese, Dutch, English
State Library of Victoria
Cold War
Indonesian
Australian National University
World War II
Indonesian
National Archives of Australia, Melbourne
Cold War
Indonesian
National Archives of Australia
Cold War
Indonesian
The University of Sydney
National boundaries
Indonesian
National Library of Australia
Cold War
Indonesian
Australian National University
Cold War
Indonesian
The University of Sydney
Cold War
English, Indonesian
National Library of Australia
Cold War
Indonesian, English, German
National Library of Australia
Cold War
English, Indonesian
National Library of Australia
World War II
Indonesian, English
State Library of South Australia
Settlement
Indonesian
National Library of Indonesia
World War II
Japanese, Indonesian, English
Bendigo Military Museum
National boundaries
Indonesian
The University of Sydney
World War I
Indonesian
Flinders University
Cold War
Indonesian
The University of Sydney

Newspapers

 
Indonesian, English
 
 
Indonesian
 

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