Ario Soerjo
Ario Soerjo
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Ario Soerjo (1898 - 1948) is now regarded as a National Hero of Indonesia.[1] Soerjo and two policemen were captured by pro-communist (PKI) troop at Walikukun, Widodaren, Ngawi on 9 November 1948, and their dead bodies were found afterwards, after 16 days of searching.[2]

References

  1. ^ Mirnawati (2012). Kumpulan Pahlawan Indonesia Terlengkap [Most Complete Collection of Indonesian Heroes] (in Indonesian). Jakarta: CIF. ISBN 978-979-788-343-0.
  2. ^ Monfries, John (2015). A Prince in a Republic: The Life of Sultan Hamengku Buwono IX of Yogyakarta. Institute of Southeast Asian Studies. ISBN 9789814519380.