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Staatsblad 1917 Nomor 129 Pdf 42







Februari 28,2020 The STB 1917 contains two information on the total number of citizens and non-citizens (foreign citizens) in Indonesia. These documents were downloaded from "NPM 20/20/2000" and are based on the STB's database of the general population of Indonesia (Statistika Republik Indonesia, STI) of 1 March 2000. This STI was downloaded from . More than 40000 records with STB 1917 of 1 March 2000 (only for citizens) are archived in the STB online archive from . Thus, in this document, only information on the non-citizens are presented. The files are in PDF. The STB 1917 contains three information on the number of prisoners in Indonesia in March 1917. This document was downloaded from "WPS jakarta keuangan" and is based on the WPS-JKA database of the prison population of Indonesia for the year 1917. The WPS-JKA was downloaded from . In January 1968, the STB 1917 contains information on the number of ethnic groups that are officially recognised by the government of Indonesia, through the census of Indonesia and other official sources. This document was downloaded from "DetikIni" and is based on the WPS-JKA database of the prison population of Indonesia for the year 1917. The WPS-JKA was downloaded from . According to the STB 1917, there were 830,894 citizens in Indonesia in March 1917, which is the largest number of Indonesia's population in the entire history of the country. The 1917 population was 1,268,184,3.58% greater than the 1900 population, which is the smallest number of Indonesia's population in the entire history of the country. Based on the STB 1917, there were 9,219 foreign citizens in Indonesia in March 1917. The number of foreign citizens increased to 102,284,6.80% since the year 1900, and was 27,960.65% more than in 1900. In March 1917, 4,389,974 non-citizens were living in Indonesia. The number of non-citizens increased to 43,555,331.62% since the year 1900, and was 1,839,966.60% more than in 1900. Background During the Dutch East Indies period (1825–1941), the population of the Dutch East Indies is considered to be the statistics of "peoples" or "migrants ac619d1d87


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