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Inilah Foto-foto Presiden Soekarno yang Langka, Cekidot?

Koleksi Foto The Founding Father Soekarno, semoga kita semakin dekat dan
cinta pada negara indonesia. Ir. Soekarno (lahir di Blitar, Jawa Timur,
6 Juni 1901 – wafat di Jakarta, 21 Juni 1970 pada umur 69 tahun) adalah
Presiden Indonesia pertama yang menjabat pada periode 1945 - 1966. Ia
memainkan peranan penting untuk memerdekakan bangsa Indonesia dari
penjajahan Belanda. Ia adalah penggali Pancasila. Ia adalah Proklamator
Kemerdekaan Indonesia (bersama dengan Mohammad Hatta) yang terjadi pada
tanggal 17 Agustus 1945. Dan ada 17 koleksi Foto yang dapat dinikmati..
here this :

President Sukarno Saying Goodbye to His Daughters

Surrounded by citizens of Jakarta, President Sukarno kisses his youngest
daughter, Sukmawati, goodbye while his other daughters, Rachmawati
(center) and Megawati (left), wait their turn. The Indonesian President
was leaving for a three-week vacation in Tokyo.

Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS

Date Photographed: November 19, 1962

Indonesian President Achmad Sukarno Calming down Protesters Original caption:

Indonesian President Achmad Sukarno, shown here speaking to a crowd in
September of 1950, was reported trying to calm thousands of angry
demonstrators near the presidential palace in Jakarta, October17. An
artilery battery was brought into position outside the palace as
president Sukarno talked to the crowd which had formed to demand the
dissolution of Parliament and general elections. Pres. Sukarno told the
throng that he did not want to become a dictator and that he would
arrange for elections as soon as possible.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS

Date Photographed: October 17, 1952

President Sukarno Addressing May Day Rally

Original caption: 5/7/1965-Djakarta, Indonesia- President Sukarno of
Indonesia addresses a mass May Day rally in the Sports Hall Building.
Sukarno announced his decision not to attend a peace conference with
Malaysian Prime Minister Rahman in Tokyo. The announcement was viewed as
a victory for Indonesia's powerful Communist Party. Posters above the
silent crowd stress the unity of the working classes in their struggle
to overcome "imperialism."
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS

Date Photographed: May 7, 1965

Leaders of the Non-Aligned Nations Original caption:

9/29/60-Yugoslavia- 5 top neutralist countries called upon Pres. Dwight
Eisenhower & Premier Nikita Khrushcev to resume their personal
diplomacy with a face to face conference. The move resulted from a
"neutralist summit conference" late sept. 29. Shown here at the end of
the conference are (L to R) PM Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru of India, Pres.
Kwame Nkrumah of Ghana, Pres. Gamal Abdel Nasser of United Arab Rep.,
Pres. Sukarno of Indonesia, & Pres. Tito of Yugoslavia.

Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS

Date Photographed: September 29, 1960

Sukarno Inspects Troops President Sukarno, the first leader of Indonesia
after it became a republic in 1945, inspects his troops.
Image: © Hulton-Deutsch Collection/CORBIS

Date Photographed: October 1965

Portrait of Ellsworth Bunker, Howard P. Jones and President Sukarno
Original caption: U.S. Special Envoy Ellsworth Bunker, right, and
Ambassador Howard P. Jones, center, chatting with Indonesian President
Sukarno April 6, 1965, at the Presidential Palace in Djakarta. The
Americans met with Indonesian officials in efforts to stop the "decline"
of U.S. Indonesian relations.

Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS

Date Photographed: April 6, 1965

Indonesian President Sukarno
Indonesian President Sukarno was taken prisoner by Dutch troops in an attempt to retain control of Indonesia.

Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS

Date Photographed: ca. 1945-1949

Richard Nixon Speaking with Achmed Sukarno

Original caption:
Visiting president chats with "veep." Washington, D.C.: President Achmed
Sukarno of Indonesia, currently on an 18 day official visit to the
United States, is shown (left) chatting with Vice President Richard
Nixon shortly before a capitol luncheon given in his honor by Mr. Nixon
yesterday. The visiting chief of state also addressed a joint session of
Congress yesterday, an honor accorded only to leaders of key nations.

Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS

Photographer: Al Muto

Date Photographed: May 18, 1956

Prime Minister Kishi Nobusuke and President Sukarno

Japanese Prime Minister Kishi Nobusuke (L) greets Indonesian President Sukarno during a state visit in Tokyo, Japan.
Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS

Date Photographed: 1958