PENGARUH REVOLUSI SOSIAL TERHADAP KESULTANAN MELAYU DI SUMATERA TIMUR, TAHUN 1946-1947

Maulimardewa Maulimardewa, Isjoni Isjoni, Kamaruddin Kamaruddin

Abstract


Abstract:The eruption of social revolution in East Sumatra can not be separated
from the attitude of the sultans, kings and feudal lords in general, were not so
enthusiastic about the independence of Indonesia because after Japan entered the
Japanese government to revoke all privileges of the nobility and plantation land
expropriated by the workers. The nobility did not feel happy and hope to get their rights
back by working together with the Dutch / NICA, further distanced himself from the
pro-republican. Meanwhile, the pro-republican national committee urges the East
Sumatra region so special regions like the autonomous governments / kingdoms
abolished and replaced it with the people's democratic government in accordance with
the spirit of the struggle for independence. But the pro-repbulik itself split into two
camps; moderates who want a cooperative approach to persuade the nobility and the
radicals that prioritizes street violence with the mass mobilization of the workers
perkebunan.Hasil this study shows that the social revolution in East Sumatra,
destroying what was left of the Republican government in East Sumatra. Officials of
survivors preferring locked herself in their house. Like this become the revolutionary
momentum for change in government.
Keywords: Social Revolution, East Sumatera


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