Title: Lessons of the Imperialist Propaganda (Indonesian History)
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This period is a stage where Indonesia becomes the spotlight on mass communication, as parties of various political interests strive to realise their aspirations for Indonesia. To one's amazement, the Japanese invasion of Indonesia is a relatively recent event in the history of the modern world, yet leaving scars as well as miracles that continue to impact the present day...
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1942-1945 was a period where the Japanese aspiration to become the so-called "light, leader, and protector" of Asia, and the Indonesian vision for sovereignty were simultaneously intensifying. Thus was birth of the "Triple A" Japanese propaganda, whose goal is to obliterate Western influences among Indonesians and to activate Indonesians in the interests of Japanese triumph (Ricklefs, 249)...
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