Rabu, 15 Februari 2012

ATJEH / ACEH

ATJEH FOTO
 "Ama-n-si Pi Ih (m) met zijn tweede zoon Abas (l) en zijn neef Aboe Zaha (r)"


MARKET /GOLD 1913

Tenun Aceh 1900

MARKET 1913

"Benting Penajoeng (Ooster Face)"
1873-1874
 "Benting Penajoeng (noord West Saillant)"
1873-1874

"Bivac Penajoeng (Artilleriepark)"
1873-1874

"Bivac Penajoeng (Veldwacht aan de Oosterzijde)"
1873-1874

 "Bruidegom en bruid na het 'toeron koe djeret' (plechtige gang naar de graven der voorouders)"
1873-1874

"Bultzinglöwen met het koelie personeel van het Roode Kruis"
1873-1874

"Drie Atjehsche oeléebalang in verschillende kleederdrachten"
1873-1874

"Een Atjehse Panglima in volle wapenrusting ten strijde trekkend" 1900


 "Gajo's in 'didong' pauze"
"Gajo's op reis" 1904
 "Gewapende Gajo's" 1904
"Graf van Tengkoe di Boekit op de Blang Kedjeren"/ 1904
 
"Groep Adjudanten en Onderofficieren"/ 1873
 
"Groep der bevolking van Koetó Pinang" / 1904
"Hangbrug over de Aék Raisan"/ 1904
"Het overbrengen van de te weven garens van de klossen naar het scheerraam (seuniweut)"/ 1900
"Hoofden van Koetö Lintang" / 1904
Hoofden van Rema en onderhoorige kampongs"/ 1904

 
"Hoofdweg in Bivac Penajoeng (Verkenningsbrigade)" 1873-1874

 


ATJEH DULU
The Aceh War, also known as the Dutch War or the Infidel War (1873-1914), was an armed military conflict between the Sultanate of Aceh and the Netherlands which was triggered by discussions between representatives of Aceh and the U.S. in Singapore during early 1873. The war was part of a series of conflicts in the late 19th century that consolidated Dutch rule over modern-day Indonesia, concurrent with the 1906 and the 1908 interventions in Bali.


 

The Aceh War 1873-1914 

 
The Aceh War, also known as the Dutch War or the Infidel War (1873-1914), was an armed military conflict between the Sultanate of Aceh and the Netherlands which was triggered by discussions between representatives of Aceh and the U.S. in Singapore during early 1873. The war was part of a series of conflicts in the late 19th century that consolidated Dutch rule over modern-day Indonesia, concurrent with the 1906 and the 1908 interventions in Bali.

 

Atjeh Struggle

This video contains horrific, inhumane, brutal scenes/images.


Anywhere But Fear 

A documentary about the life of civilians and conflict-affected communities during the Martial Law in Aceh. This documentary was screened in Jakarta, Malang and Yogyakarta and participated in several international independent film festivals.
One afternoon, Suryani and her fellow villagers were forced to leave their homes to a camp by TNI (Indonesian Military). Her husband, Mawardi decided to stay and worked in his garden. When TNI cleaned up the village, he was arrested, charged to be a GAM (Gerakan Aceh Merdeka, Free Aceh Movement) member. According to this couple, Mawardi is just an ordinary civilian. But the TNI forcedly asked him to confess that he is truly a GAM member. 
During military operation of the Martial Law, Suryani and many people in Aceh have been suffering from many faces of violence: forced displacement and looting, torture, forced disappearances, arbitrary detention, restrictions on freedom of movement, restrictions on economic activity, and recruiting civilians to join militia. 
Violence has been circling all over territory of Aceh. GAM strongholds areas are of course become the most affected by violence. Many people have left Aceh because of violence but people who have no other choice but to stay in Aceh, must challenge such violence as Suryani does. Violence has generated fear. For civilians like Suryani, it doesn't matter whether their villages were clean or not. Living at home or at camp, following TNI or GAM, for them it is anywhere but fear.

 

Film aceh angen badeba

 

Fortunes of War - 35 minute documentary - trailer 

  


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