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Waves of Migration after the Independence

Monday, March 14, 2022

More than 300,000 Dutch, Indo Europeans, Chinese, Moluccan, Papuan, and others who used to live—and were even born—in Indonesia, chose to migrate to the Netherlands from 1945 until the early 1960s. Their stories were recorded and exhibited at the Sophiahof Museum in The Hague, the Netherlands, from February until June titled Ons Land: Dekolonisatie, Generaties, Verhalen.

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The arrival of the Sibajak ship carrying Indonesian immigrants in Rotterdam, Netherlands, January 1958. Nationaal Archief . tempo : 170230766844.

Het is zo lang geleden (It is so long ago)

Waarom wil je dat nou weten (Why do you want to know?)

Het is toch goed zo (It’s okay)

Goed zoals het is (It’s okay as it is)

THESE are lyrics from Kom Thuis (Come Home) sung by Francesca Pichel at the opening of Ons Land: Dekolonisatie, Generaties, Verhalen (Our Country: Decolonization, Generations, Stories). Pichel performed at a podium with an acoustic guitar. Her voice was bitterly mu


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