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Profesionalisme dan ideologi militer Indonesia : perspektif tradisi-tradisi Jawa dan Barat / Peter Britton ; pengantar Hendrajit
Bib ID 120071
Format BookBook
Author
Britton, Peter, M.A
 
Uniform Title Military professionalism in Indonesia : Javanese and western military traditions in army ideology to the 1970s. Indonesian
Description Jakarta : LP3ES, 1996 
xxv, 267 p. ; 24 cm. 
Notes

Originally presented as the author's thesis (M.A.)--Monash University, 1983 under the title: Military professionalism in Indonesia : Javanese and western military traditions in army ideology to the 1970s.

Includes bibliographical references (p. [247]-257 and index.

Subjects Sociology, Military.  |  Indonesia -- Armed Forces -- Political activity.

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