Kamis, 16 Februari 2012

PROPAGANDA BELANDA VS JEPANG di INDONESIA

BELANDA/DUTCH


This Propaganda at the time of Dutch colonialization in East Indies contains:
- Stadhuis building
- Australian Embassy
- Koninginnedag (Queen's Day) celebration
- Military Parade of Dutch soldiers and colonial troops (KNIL)
- Military Ceremony at Koenigsplein
- Governor-General Tjarda van Starkenborgh-Stachouwer
- Parade of war vehicles from KNIL
- Queen Wilhelmina of the Netherlands


Coveted East Indies
Original title : Coveted East Indies. Colonial Dutch Indies in the year of 1938-1939, the year when World War II broke. The videos shows the parade of force from Colonial Dutch Army in Batavia, their drills and training (located in the soccer field), and also the last Dutch Governor General in Indonesia, Tjarda van Starkenborgh Stachouwer.
Other things that you can see in the video :
- Stadswacht Batavia
- KNIL (Koninklijke Netherlands Indische Leger)
- Armored troops
- Fighter Aircrafts
- Dutch Colonial Navy
- Sea mines
- Sea artillery




Hindia-Belanda 1940 - DE KOLONIALE SAMENLEVING 

This Propaganda from colonial Dutch East Indies era contain cultures that exist in Indonesia and its population profile, from Sumatra to Papua. Among the contents are:
- The atmosphere at the Dutch port city
- Port of Tanjung Priok (Batavia)
- Views of Indonesia viewed from a train
- Borobudur temple
- "Primitive" people from New Guinea
- Travelling with convertible car
- City Parks
- Statue of Jan Pieterszoon Coen
- Cathedral of Batavia
- Amsterdam Gate
- Stadhuis (City Hall) aka Fatahillah building
- Washing in the river Ciliwung
- Planting and gardening business
- Tobacco Plantation
- The press machine at that time
- Customary ceremonies at Yogyakarta Palace led by Sultan Hamengkubuwono VIII
- Bare-breasted women in Bali
- Traditional Market
- Small children smoking!
- Baby crib
- Balinese sculpt and spin art
- Farmers and their fields
- Barito River in Kalimantan and the city Martapura
- The plant and oil refineries
- River Transportation (Venice in the East Indies)

This Propaganda from colonial Dutch East Indies era contain cultures that exist in Indonesia and its population profile, from Sumatra to Papua. Among the contents are:
- River Transportation in Borneo
- Capturing crocodile
- Travel in Sumatra railway
- Lake Singkarak
- Minangkabau village with traditional gadang house
- Traditional Duel
- Mosque in Sibolga
- Grab the coconut using monkey
- Traditional Batak Ceremony with albino buffalo
- Forestry Enterprises in Poso
- Sultan of Moluccas
- People of Papua

 
 This Propaganda from colonial Dutch East Indies era contain cultures that exist in Indonesia and its population profile, from Sumatra to Papua. Among the contents are:
- Funny People of Papua
- The process of making sago for food consumption
- Traditional Market of Papua 
- War dance of Papua


Propaganda Hindia-Belanda 1941 - NEDERLANDS-INDIË IN KLEUR

Super rare color film showing life in Batavia during Dutch colonial rule. It contains:
- Historic buildings in Batavia (the palace of Governor-General, Elephant Museum, Societeit de Harmonie, Schouwburg, Amsterdam Gate, Stadhuis, etc..)
- Trams and urban transport
- Chinatown (Glodok)
- Traditional Market
- people snacks
- Military Parade of KNIL Army and their war equipments
- Governor-General Jonkheer Alidius Warmoldus Lambertus Tjarda van Starkenborgh Stachouwer
- Famous brands/trademarks at that time (Blue Band, Singer, Coty, etc..)
 
Super rare color film showing life in Batavia during Dutch colonial rule. It contains:
- The hustle and bustle of city transport
- Dutch officers relaxing in the café
- Famous brands/trademarks at that time (Davros, Kolff, Goldberg, Faroka, etc..)
- Cigarette manufacturing plant: Faroka Special, Davros and Gliver City
- The life of farmers and their fields (plowing using buffalo, rice planting, harvesting, pounding rice, cooking rice, etc..)


Propaganda Belanda 1945 - BURGER GEINTERNEERDEN NA DE JAPANSE CAPITULATIE

 
This Dutch propaganda film shows the white people, former Japanese prisoner of war camp in Indonesia.
This Dutch propaganda film shows the white people, former Japanese prisoner of war camp in Indonesia.

Centraal op deze drie dvd's staan de jaren 1942-1945, de periode dat Nederlands-Indië bezet werd door Japan. Uniek kleurenmateriaal uit 1941 brengt het vooroorlogse 'Ons Indië' in beeld. Authentiek Japans filmmateriaal laat de geraffineerde Japanse propaganda en het dagelijks leven van de Indonesische bevolking zien. De nationalistische leider, ir. Soekarno, wil door nauwe samenwerking met de Japanners de onafhankelijkheid van zijn land realiseren. De Nederlandse gemeenschap is tijdens de bezetting opgesloten in burgerinterneringskampen. Indrukwekkende beelden van geallieerde camerateams tonen het leven in de kampen direct na de Japanse capitulatie in augustus 1945.

 

Propaganda Belanda 1946 - DOOR DUISTERNIS TOT LICHT 

 
This Propaganda about the surrender of the Dutch in the hands of Japanese forces contains: 
- The surrender of Japan aboard the battleship Missouri 
- Juggernaut of Nazi Germany 
- Dutch fallen into German hands 
- Prominent Dutch: Hubertus Johannes van Mook and Conrad Emil Lambert Helfrich 
- Production of munitions and war machines in the Dutch East Indies 
- War Propaganda Poster of KNIL 
- War Exercise of KNIL troops 
- Mining of bauxite in Suriname 
- The Japanese invasion of Asia 
- Dutch Submarines 
- Battle of Java Sea 
- Japan occupied the island of Java

Propaganda Belanda 1945 - VROUWEN INTERNERINGSKAMP TJIDENG - BATAVIA

 
This Dutch propaganda film showing the white women and children, former Japanese prisoner of war camp in Cideng, Jakarta: 
- Bathing in public bathrooms 
- White women shouted "banzai!" 
- Buying a new footwear 
- Cooking meals together 
- 'Bule' cooking rice!
 

Propaganda Belanda 1945 - JAPANSE KRIJGSGEVANGENEN VERLATEN BORNEO 

 
This Dutch propaganda film contains news about Japanese surrender in Balikpapan (Borneo) in World War II. Long lines of Dai Nippon prisoner of war queued incoming ships before sent to a prison camp.

 

Propaganda Belanda 1945 - DE CAPITULATIE VAN JAPAN

 
This Dutch propaganda film contains news about Japanese surrender in World War II: 
- Japanese surrender ceremony aboard the Missouri 
- Japanese surrender ceremony in Singapore 
- Japanese surrender ceremony in Padang 
- Japanese surrender ceremony in the East 
- Japanese surrender ceremony in Makassar 
- Japanese soldiers forced to run in place 
- Life of Japanese soldiers after being held: to make a fence wire and sew the Dutch flag!

 

Verzet in Indie - Trailer 

Nederlandsch-Indië tijdens de Japanse bezetting van maart 1942 tot augustus 1945: waar bestond dat Indisch Verzet uit? En waarom is het dan verslagen door de Japanners? Aan het woord komen (Indische) Nederlanders, Indonesiërs en Japanners, waaronder de laatst levende Kempeitai veteraan die op Java heeft gediend.


Agresi Milter Belanda I (21 Juli 1947) 

 

Dutch East Indies Army - The liberation of Bali 1946 


Koninklijk Nederlands Indisch Leger - Generaal Spoor

 
Koninklijk Nederlands Indisch Leger - Generaal Spoor, Royal Netherlands East Indies Army, Indonesian war of independance, Dutch East Indies, Indonesia. 
Dutch General Simon Spoor.
 

Dutch East Indies Army - Queensday parade 1941 (In color) 

Video with color footage of the Dutch army in the Dutch Indies (Indonesia). The song is our national anthem 'Het Wilhelmus'.

Dutch East Indies ( Indonesia ) 1947 War of Independence 

 
No sound. 
Netherlands military acts against the Indonesian Republic. Dutch troops occupy Republican areas in Java and set off to Malang and Bangkalan. The republican forces were, before its arrival of the Dutch, pulled away. They play a trail of destruction left behind by the Dutch find their advance. SHOTS: 00:00 TOWARDS MALANG - a military column (jeeps, tanks, tracked vehicles, etc.) goes through the interior and cleans road roadblocks and other obstacles, while sometimes assisted by the natives - in villages are destroyed and burnt houses and the homeless people with their luggage by the Dutch on trucks transported to shelter elsewhere - fires in Malang do smoke in the landscape off - in Malang, the streets are completely deserted, and many buildings destroyed, all smoldering and Narok ruins, only The Catholic Church is still intact, a few remaining inmate leaves her tears with the arrival of the Dutch. 1:30 TOWARDS BANGKALANG Dutch troops occupy the island of Madura and head to the place Bangkalang. SHOTS: - Marines sail into port and go ashore - after their landing they bring the wharf in readiness for the unloading of rolling stock, as this country is going to a military convoy on its way through the interior - are mines on the road (?)



 Dutch East Indies Army - Exercise Medical Corps 1930's
 
The film includes images of a medical practice in a tent camp of the Medical Service in the Dutch East Indies in the surroundings of Purwakarta. Individuals affected by "suffocating" mustard gas or gases are handled in this 

 

Dutch East Indies ( Indonesia ) 1946 War of Independence (In color)

 
Dutch East Indies ( Indonesia ) 1946 War of Independence (In color, no sound), Footage of Dutch marines in action, footage of the island Java, the surroundings of Surabaya and Dutch military intervention. 
Royal Netherlands East Indies Army, Royal Netherlands Army, Marinesbrigade, Royal Netherlands Navy, Royal Netherlands Air Force. 

 

Nieuws uit Indonesië - Overgave Japanse militairen (1946)

 
In Nederlands-Indië neemt Nederland het gezag weer over van de nog aanwezige Japanse militairen en accepteert hun overgave.

 

 JEPANG/NIPPON

THE FALL of JAVA ISLAND

Jepang Masuk Indonesia

Perjalanan ekspansi Jepang menuju Indonesia pada tahun 1942.

1942 The Japanese invade Indonesia 

 
January 19, 1942. Giornale Italie. The Netherlands East Indies campaign of 1941-42 was the short-lived defence of the Netherlands East Indies (Indonesia) by Allied forces, against invasion by the Empire of Japan in World War II. The rich oil resources of Indonesia were a major Japanese objective during the war. The campaign and subsequent three and a half year Japanese occupation contributed to the end of Dutch colonial rule in Indonesia. 
General Hisaichi Terauchi (also known as Count Terauchi), who was the commander of the Southern Expeditionary Army Group, began the campaign with attacks against Borneo: on December 16, 1941, Japanese forces successfully occupied Miri, an oil production centre in northern Sarawak.

 

Propaganda jepang tahun 1945

 

Propaganda Jepang 1943 - TENTARA PEMBELA


Made by Nippon Eigasha Jakarta. Song and music by Keimin Bunka Shidosjo
This propaganda movie at the time of Japanese occupation in Indonesia contains:
- PETA (Indonesian volunteers) march song
- Marching of PETA troops
- Anti-Allied street propaganda
- Atmosphere in PETA barracks
- Training of PETA troops
- Sumo wrestling by Indonesian volunteers!


Propaganda Jepang 1943 - PEMOEDA INDONESIA DI ZAMAN BAROE

This propaganda movie at the time of Japanese occupation in Indonesia contains:
- A flag-raising ceremony (Raising Sun)
- Pledge allegiance of Indonesian people to the Japanese
- Marching and parade
- Forces of bamboo and hoe!
- Ends with: "Watch out for enemy Spies!"

 

Propaganda Jepang - SEKOLAH INDONESIA ZAMAN JEPANG


This propaganda movie at the time of Japanese occupation in Indonesia contains:
- The atmosphere of the People's School "Akebono"
- Children sang Japanese songs
- Hoisting of the Rising Sun flag
- The children danced to the Japanese song
- Military training for children using wooden weapons

Propaganda Jepang 1943 - KEDATANGAN PERDANA MENTERI TOJO DI DJAWA


This propaganda movie produced by Nippon Eigasha Djakarta No.7 contains:
- Hideki Tojo visiting Indonesia, July 7, 1943
- Meeting with Bung Karno and Bung Hatta
- Greeting from Indonesian people along the way by flying the Japanese flag
- Banzai! Banzai!
- Istana Merdeka Jakarta

Propaganda Jepang 1942 - PETJAHNJA PEPERANGAN ASIA TIMUR RAJA


This Japanese colonial era propaganda film contains:
- Japanese invasion of Asia
- British surrender in Singapore February 15, 1942
- The landing of Dai Nippon troops in Java
- Indonesian people welcomed the Japanese with joy
- The surrender of the Netherlands in Kalijati Subang March 8, 1942
- Hein Ter Poorten
- Celebrations of the first Tenco Setsu Tenno Heika (Birthday of Emperor Hirohito's Japan) in Indonesia
- The slogan "Nippon is the Light of Asia, Nippon is the Protector of Asia, Nippon is the Leader of Asia"


Propaganda Jepang 1945 - IR. SOEKARNO KEMBALI DARI SULAWESI

This propaganda film from the time of Japanese occupation in Indonesia contains:
- Ir. Sukarno arrived at Gambir Station
- Speech by Ir. Sukarno in order to celebrate the day of Tenco Setsu (Birthday of Emperor Hirohito) in 1945
- Visits of Ir. Sukarno in Makassar 26 April to 2 May 1945
- Ir. Sukarno made visiting the tomb of Prince Diponegoro
- Kaigun Heiho exercising
- Makassar people receiving the Indonesian Red and White flag at 29 April 1945
- Volunteers of Teijintai
- The slogan "independence or death"
- Tentyoo Setsu celebration in Borneo

Propaganda Jepang 1944 - HEIHO ANGKATAN LAOET


Made by Nippon Eigasha Celebes

This propaganda movie at the time of Japanese occupation in Indonesia contains:
- Japanese war ships sailing in the ocean
- Parade of Japanese soldiers who received a rousing welcome from Indonesian people (who shouted "Banzai"!)
- Call for entry into the Heiho Angkatan Laut (Naval Heiho)
- People bowed to Naval Heiho sentry
- Activities in the barracks of Naval Heiho (wake up, calisthenics, breakfast, exercise)
- Song accompaniment Japanese gymnastics
- Profile of Japanese machine gun

Propaganda Jepang 1944 - INDONESIA RAJA

 
Film propaganda zaman penjajahan Jepang ini berisi Lagu INDONESIA RAYA karangan WR Supratman versi lama (tiga stanza) dengan lirik: 
Indonesia tanah airku. Tanah tumpah darahku 
Disanalah aku berdiri. Jadi pandu ibuku 
Indonesia kebangsaanku. Bangsa dan tanah airku 
Marilah kita berseru: Indonesia bersatu 
Hiduplah tanahku. Hiduplah negeriku 
Bangsaku rakyatku semuanya 
Bangunlah jiwanya. Bangunlah badannya 
Untuk Indonesia raya 
Indonesia raya. Merdeka merdeka 
Tanahku negeriku. Yang kucinta 
Indonesia raya. Merdeka merdeka 
Hiduplah Indonesia raya 
Indonesia tanah yang mulya. Tanah kita yang kaya 
Disanalah aku berdiri. Untuk selama-lamanya 
Indonesia tanah pusaka. Pusaka kita semuanya 
Marilah kita mendoa. Indonesia bahagia 
Suburlah tanahnya. Suburlah jiwanya 
Bangsanya rakyatnya semuanya 
Sadarlah hatinya. sadarlah budinya 
Untuk Indonesia raya 
Indonesia raya. Merdeka merdeka 
Tanahku negeriku yang kucinta 
Indonesia raya. Merdeka merdeka 
Hiduplah Indonesia raya 
Indonesia tanah yang suci. tanah kita yang sakti 
Disanalah aku berdiri. Menjaga ibu sejati 
Indonesia tanah berseri. Tanah yang aku sayangi 
Marilah kita berjanji. Indonesia abadi 
Selamatlah rakyatnya. Selamatlah puteranya 
Pulaunya lautnya semuanya 
Majulah negerinya. Majulah pandunya 
Untuk Indonesia raya 
Indonesia raya. Merdeka merdeka 
Tanahku negeriku yang kucinta 
Indonesia raya. Merdeka merdeka 
Hiduplah Indonesia raya 
Indonesia raya. Merdeka merdeka 
Tanahku negeriku yang kucinta 
Indonesia raya. Merdeka merdeka
 Hiduplah Indonesia raya
 

Propaganda Jepang April 1943 - DISINIPOEN MEDAN PERANG!

This propaganda movie at the time of Japanese occupation in Indonesia contains:
- Tribute Ceremony for Emperor Hirohito
- Japanese Invasion of American and British bases
- Dai-Nippon Artillery in action
- The surrender of the British
- Yamamoto message to the people of Indonesia (from his speech we know that Indonesian population at that time was 50 million people!)
- Speech of Ir. Sukarno in favor of Japan
- Parade to support the Japanese war in East Asia as well as the celebration of Tentjo Setsoe Tenno Heika
- Establishment of Pendjaga Ketentreman in Jakarta
- Opening of Sekolah Tabib Tinggi (Physician School) in Jakarta
- Completion of construction of a new bridge in Tangerang (complete with the burial of cow's head!)

Propaganda Jepang 1943 - DJAWA BAHAROE

This propaganda movie at the time of Japanese occupation in Indonesia contains:
- Mothers sang Indonesian choir songs in Japanese melody
- Sending a letter through the post office
- Profile of the Indonesian money in the Japanese era
- The importance of saving money in the Postal Savings Book
- Image caricature
- Pedicab/rickshaw in the Japanese era
- City News
- Exhibition of goods from Java in Jakarta
- statue of Jan Pieterszoon Coen in Jakarta destroyed
- The medical examination by Japanese physician in Yogyakarta
- Buses in the city of Surabaya
- Beautiful Javanese girls
- City transportation complete with tram

Propaganda Jepang 1944 - OENTOEK MEMBANGOENKAN ASIA BAROE


This Japanese colonial era propaganda film contains everything about romusha (forced labor):
- Making the airfield and aircrafts
- Syu Roomu Kyokai (Bureau of labor-sending)
- Office of the Regent, the district officer and village chief
- The slogan "Lolobis Koentoel Baris - Ngleboer Amerika-Inggris!"
- Recruitment of romusha
- Medical examination of workers

Propaganda Jepang - NAMPO HODO EXTRA

This Japanese propaganda film from the era of colonialization in Indonesia contains:
- Indonesia Raya national anthem
- Lieutenant General Moichiro Yamamoto
- Japanese promise to grant independence for Indonesia
- Meeting of Japanese officials with Ir. Soekarno
- The march supporting Indonesian independence
- Respect for the fallen heroes
- Arrival of Ir. Sukarno and Mochammad Hatta at Istana Merdeka Jakarta
- Java Population: 50 million people
- Soekarno shouting: "Tenno Heika, banzai!"
- ASIA BERSATOE!

Propaganda Jepang 1943 - TONARI GUMI

This propaganda movie at the time of Japanese occupation in Indonesia contains:
- The atmosphere of Indonesian mountains and rice fields
- The story of farmer sufferings
- The atmosphere of Indonesian market in Japanese era
- Calls for "Tonari Gumi"
- "bent ceremony" toward Tokyo (Saikeirei)
- Solemn ceremony in silence for fallen soldiers of Dai Nippon (Mokuto)

Hari Raya Idul Fitri di Zaman Jepang

Pada akhir tahun 1942, diselengarakanlah perayaan Idul Fitri. Perayaan ini agak sedikit istimewa, karena untuk pertama kalinya diadakan di zaman penjajahan Jepang.

Propaganda Jepang 1944 - KEHIDOEPAN BAROE

This Japanese colonial era propaganda film contains a story of everyday life of the workers:
- Taiso Gymnastics
- Deforestation
- Romusha
- Construction of railways
- Welding and lathe
- Making an airplane
- Lunch time for hungry workers
- Salaries Payment
- Housing of the workers
- The division of food and clothing
- Health services for the workers
- Performing filler leisure and entertainment (one of whom is traditional Javanese puppet show and traditional drama)
- Government assistance to villagers
- Garment workers (women)
- Making airfields, ships and armaments

Propaganda Jepang 1944 - PENERIMAAN DAN LATIHAN PETA


This propaganda movie at the time of Japanese occupation in Indonesia contains:
- Jakarta in the time of Japanese colonization
- Admission process for prospective members of PETA
- Weigh weight
- Wearing the new uniforms
- Shave the head (spiced a bit by humor!)
- PETA Oath ceremony in front of Japanese officers
- Antiaircraft artillery training for PETA troops
- Gymnastics physical fitness
- The game of football

Propaganda Jepang - ANIMASI PASUKAN PARASUT JEPANG


This Propaganda cartoons in the Japanese colonial era tells about the adventures of Japanese Naval Airborne troops in their mission to destroy Allied resistance in Papua.

Propaganda Jepang - PEMBELAAN DESA

This propaganda movie at the time of Japanese occupation in Indonesia contains:
- Village neighbourhood security system
- Indonesian Youths Exercise martial arts
- The slogan "Indonesia Will Freedom Or Death"

Propaganda Jepang 1943- HARI KESEHATAN RAKJAT ANDJOERAN 'POETERA' 

 
This propaganda movie at the time of Japanese occupation in Indonesia contains:
- Worked together by the People's Health Movement
- Health IV street 
- Homeland Guard 

 

Propaganda Jepang 1942 - CHABAR DAI TOA

 
This Short film from the Japanese occupation propaganda department contains:
- The Japanese occupation of Sumatra February 14, 1942 
- Tribute ceremony for the Japanese soldiers who died in the battlefield

 

Propaganda Jepang 1944 - NAMPO HODO

 
Film propaganda produksi Nippon Eigasha Djakarta No.26 ini berisi: 
- Sidang Chuo Sangi-In ke-VI di Jawa 
- Pidato Soekarno tanggal 17 November 1944 (tahun Jepang 2604) 
- Demonstrasi mendukung Asia Timur Raya dan menentang Amerika-Inggris-Belanda

Propaganda Jepang 1944 - PEMBOEATAN DJALAN


This propaganda movie from the time of Japanese occupation in Indonesia contains:
- Ir. Sukarno led the army of the working people
- Ir. Soekarno hoeing soil
- Trucks profile at that time
- Lunch together
- Ir. Soekarno eat while wearing sunglasses!
- The making of asphalt road
- ASIA BERSATOE!

Indonesia, January 1946 - Civilian Internment Camps Close 

 
When Indonesia was briefly occupied by Japanese forces during World War Two, the Dutch colony of the Netherlands Indies was home to hundreds of thousands of Dutch-Indonesian settlers.
The new Japanese authorities decided to intern these civilians in camps across Indonesia, with some of the worse camps in Batavia. Women, children and men were separated, whilst conditions deteriorated as the war continued.
When the Japanese military surrended in August 1945, these overcrowded camps opened, and freed the starving & sick survivors of a brutal prison system. The immediate problem at the time was to ensure everyone in these camps had medical attention, clothing, and food. This was ongoing as Indonesia was still insecure, with independence declared, and a local population hostile to the return of colonial rule.
The restored colonial government, decided many of these internees once they were healthy enough, and reunited with their families, should return back to Holland, despite the fact many of these former prisoners were born in the Indies, and had never seen their "homeland." 
Several months after these camps were discovered, ships arrived , and many former iinternees, would wave goodbye to the homeland in their hearts- Indonesia, and move to a foreign land in Europe. Decades later this legacy of the "Dutch-Indonesian" community, changed the Netherlands, and today the descendants of these internees have their own story to tell.

 

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