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Tan Malaka

Tan Malaka utawa Ibrahim gelar Datuk Tan Malaka (lair ing Nagari Pandan Gadang, Suliki, Sumatra Kulon, 19 Fèbruari 1896 – kapundhut ing Désa Selopanggung, Kediri, Jawa Wétan, 16 April 1949 nalika yuswa 53 taun) iku aktivis pejuwang nasionalis Indonésia, kang ngadegaké Parté Murba. Dhèwèké duwé sipat militan, radikal lan revolusioner. Saka sipaté iku dhèwèké dikenal kanthi pahlawan revolusioner.

Bibliografi[besut | besut sumber]

Dari Pendjara ke Pendjara
  • Parlemen atau Soviet (1920)
  • SI Semarang dan Onderwijs (1921)
  • Dasar Pendidikan (1921)
  • Tunduk Pada Kekuasaan Tapi Tidak Tunduk Pada Kebenaran (1922)
  • Naar de Republiek Indonesia (Menuju Republik Indonesia) (1924)
  • Semangat Muda (1925)
  • Massa Actie (1926)
  • Local Actie dan National Actie (1926)
  • Pari dan Nasionalisten (1927)
  • Pari dan PKI (1927)
  • Pari International (1927)
  • Manifesto Bangkok(1927)
  • Aslia Bergabung (1943)
  • Muslihat (1945)
  • Rencana Ekonomi Berjuang (1945)
  • Politik (1945)
  • Manifesto Jakarta (1945)
  • Thesis (1946)
  • Pidato Purwokerto (1946)
  • Pidato Solo (1946)
  • Madilog (1948)
  • Islam dalam Tinjauan Madilog (1948)
  • Gerpolek (1948)
  • Pidato Kediri (1948)
  • Pandangan Hidup (1948)
  • Kuhandel di Kaliurang (1948)
  • Proklamasi 17-8-45 Isi dan Pelaksanaanya (1948)
  • Dari Pendjara ke Pendjara (1970)

Referensi[besut | besut sumber]

  • Jarvis, Helen (1987). "Tan Malaka: Revolutionary or Renegade?" (PDF). Bulletin of Concerned Asian Scholars. 19 (1): 41–55. doi:10.1080/14672715.1987.10409868. ISSN 0007-4810.
  • Kahin, George McT. (1952). Nationalism and Revolution in Indonesia. Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press. ISBN 978-0-87727-734-7.
  • Kusno, Abidin (November 2003). "From City to City: Tan Malaka, Shanghai, and the Politics of Geographical Imagining". Singapore Journal of Tropical Geography. Blackwell Publishing. 24 (3): 327–339. doi:10.1111/1467-9493.00162.
  • Malaka, Tan; Jarvis, Helen (1991). From Jail to Jail. Research in International Studies, Southeast Asia Series. 1. Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Center for International Studies.
  • Malaka, Tan; Jarvis, Helen (1991). From Jail to Jail. Research in International Studies, Southeast Asia Series. 2. Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Center for International Studies.
  • Malaka, Tan; Jarvis, Helen (1991). From Jail to Jail. Research in International Studies, Southeast Asia Series. 3. Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Center for International Studies.
  • McInerney, Andy (1 January 2007). "Tan Malaka and Indonesia's Freedom Struggle". Socialism and Liberation. 4 (1). Diarsip saka sing asli ing 20 August 2012.
  • McVey, Ruth T. (1965). The Rise of Indonesian Communism. Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press.
  • Mrázek, Rudolf (October 1972). "Tan Malaka: A Political Personality's Structure of Experience". Indonesia. Ithaca, New York: Cornell University's Southeast Asia Program. 14: 1–48. doi:10.2307/3350731. hdl:1813/53543.
  • Poeze, Harry A. (2007). Verguisd en vergeten: Tan Malaka, de linkse beweging en de Indonesische Revolutie, 1945–1949. Leiden: KITLV. ISBN 978-90-6718-258-4.
  • Poeze, Harry A. (2008). Tan Malaka, Gerakan Kiri, dan Revolusi Indonesia. 1. translated by Hersri Setiawan. Jakarta: Yayasan Obor Indonesia. ISBN 978-979-461-697-0.
  • Suwarto, Wasid (2006). Mewarisi Gagasan Tan Malaka. Jakarta: LPPM Tan Malaka. ISBN 978-979-99038-2-2.
  • Syaifudin (2012). Tan Malaka: Merajut Masyarakat dan Pendidikan Indonesia yang Sosialistis. Yogyakarta: Ar-Ruzz Media. ISBN 978-979-25-4911-9.
  • Tamin, Djamaludin (1965). Kematian Tan Malaka. No publisher.
  • Watson, C.W. (2000). Of Self and Nation: Autobiography and the Representation of Modern Indonesia. Honolulu: University of Hawaii Press. ISBN 978-0-8248-2281-1.