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  1. Emerald of The Equator: An Indonesian TL
    Threadmarks: Opening Post

    [Taken from the Election Game of the same title, aside from several edits] Emerald of the Equator: An Indonesian TL After a series of devastating colonial rule, with Japan the most current, and another Allied invasion who tried to restore the Dutch East Indies. Indonesia can finally relax...
  2. Višeslav

    WI British Indonesia

    OTL, the British occupied the core parts of the Dutch East Indies (Indonesia0 during the Napoleonic wars and considered annexing the Dutch East Indies outright. Assuming that for whatever reason this went through (well, whatever reason that isn't a Napoleonic victory, which is the best way for...
  3. Earlier independence of Indonesia (Pre-1900)

    In the OTL, Indonesia becomes independent in 1945. So what if in this AH scenario by some event, Indonesia or at least one of the major Indonesian states won their independence against the Dutch rule before 1900s? So, was it possible for Indonesia or any Indonesian state to be independent from...
  4. Queen Edward II³-(IV+II²)

    AHC: Earliest possible independent Indonesia

    With a PoD after 1848, what would be the earliest possible date for the independence of Indonesia? Alternatively, at what other dates could independence have been achieved? A few important notes: Sarawak, North Borneo and Brunei all have to be part of this independent Indonesia, or at least...
  5. Best case scenario for Aceh sultanate

    Just as the title says, Aceh was one of the major powers in Sumatra and Malacca straits until they're conquered by the Dutch in 1904. For sake of the topic here, what'll be the best case-scenario for Aceh? Will it be independent country, not part of modern-Indonesia? Or perhaps, Aceh will be...
  6. AHC/WI: Unification of Indonesia under Aceh

    As the title says, what happens if the Aceh Sultanate have united the Indonesian archipelago under its rule, whether it be through conquests or shrewd diplomacy, no different from Srivijaya and Majapahit? How would this Aceh-led Indonesia affected on the world? What name will be given to this...
  7. DWBI: Dutch East Indies stay together after independence

    After the assassination of Sukarno in 1946, the Indonesian National Revolution collapsed into ethnic and political infighting. While the Dutch ultimately were unable to maintain hold over their colonies, the region fractured into a number of states. What if Indonesia had stayed together?
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