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Soekarno Archives (speech at UN)

  • ID 15032 F1
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  • 1960

On September 30, 1960, 58 years ago at the United Nations Building, New York, the United States of America had an important event that was not only experienced by Indonesia but also by the world. On that day, Indonesia's first President Ir. Sukarno or commonly known as Bung Karno had the opportunity to present ideas in front of state leaders at the United Nations. The speech, entitled To Buid The World Anew, has shocked the world. In Reel this film shows the atmosphere of the 15th UN General Assembly and the welcome of President Sukarno's arrival in the United States. In this video, President Sukarno followed a series of events with US President Dwight Eisenhower and Prince Norodom Sihanouk of Cambodia and a dinner with delegates from the UN General Assembly. In this video, President Sukarno's early part of the speech was also presented at the 15th UN General Assembly. (Video and sound images are a bit clear).

The UNESCO Global Geopark (UGG) Ciletuh-Palabuhanratu Archives (1995-2000)

  • ID MOWCAP CP
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  • 1995 - 2000

The Ciletuh-Palabuhanratu, West Java is a geological nature with geological heritage formed more than 65 million years ago (the Cretaceous Age), recognized as UNESCO Global Geopark (in 2018. The archive collections created in the process of recognition as Global Geopark, acquired by the West Java Provincial Archives, reflect its richness in geological heritage, biological and cultural diversity.

Rehabilitation Centrum Prof. Dr. R. Soeharso

  • ID MOWCAP RS
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Post Indonesian revolutionary war (1945-1950), many victims were physically injured and suffered mental illness. The Rehabilitation Center of Prof. R. Soeharso Surakarta became Asia’s first and largest rehabilitation center implementing the integrated concept of rehabilitation services. It was the referral center not only in Indonesia but also in the Asia-Pacific region in the 1950s-1970s. It not only provided medical treatment, but also the empowerment of the economy, social, and culture of the people with disabilities, notably providing equal treatment for women and girls with disabilities. The archives consist of textual (475 files), and photographic (2157) documents).