Malaysian History It is said that the history of Malaysia began with the kingdom of Malacca, dating to about 1400 CE. At the time of its greatness, the empire covered most of peninsular Malaysia and most of the eastern coast of Sumatra.
The meeting place between East Asia and the Middle East was that Malacca emerged as a powerful government because of its strategic location. This situation Allowed Malacca to emerge as a Major Tradings center for the spice trade, especially in Southeast Asia. Islam was the original religion that emerged and became the main religion of the inhabitants because the ruler himself claimed that religion.
In 1511, Malacca fell into the hands of the Portuguese and it was the beginning of the colonial period in Malaya. Subsequently, Malaya fell into Dutch hands in 1641 through the Dutch and the Anglo-Dutch Treaty in 1824. British colonialism was taller than the others. The British had integrated all the Malayan administrations that the former Malay rulers had taken with the help of state honorees.
The British intervention created dissatisfaction with the local population. Some rose up against the colonial but still easily defeated by the British as their efforts were more towards individualism. Heroes who went against the colonies included Dol Said, Tok Jungut, Datuk Bahaman, Current, Dato Maharajella, Rosalie Dubey and many others.
During the 1920s and 1930s, many Malayan people started studying in the Middle East or from local education. As a result, this educated group appeared to fight in the name of nationalism. He used media such as newspapers and magazines to publicize his theory.
There were also some who formed associations Malaysian History
such as Kewatan Melai Moda (KMM) and Kasatwan Melai Singapura (KMS), Malaysian History
Malaysian History the purpose was to oust the invaders and form their own government. When the people of this country were so desperate to end the invasion, in late 1941 they were hit by a Japanese landing that brought Malaya to another colonial era. Japan occupied Malaya until 1945 before surrendering as a result of the Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombings.
The Japanese resignation has replaced the Communist Party of Malaya (PKM) for controlling the militia. PKM has attacked Malaya through violence, killing three farm managers of European rubber, Tsingai Sipot, in Parang. Therefore, in June 1948, Sir Edward Janet declared a state of emergency on Malaya.Malaysian History
The PKM did not succeed in Malaya and the British returned powerfully. The British Military Administration or BMA is in the midst of the end of World War II and the establishment of the Million Union. On April 1, 1946, the British established the Malayan Union. However, the idea came from Malaysia with the collapse of royal institutions and the fight for Malay privileges.
The appearance of Tancho Abdulrahman gave the Malaysian nationalist struggle a silver ring when the formation of their coalition began to open the eyes of the British to allow the Malians to rule their own country. The alliance between the three major ethnic groups, namely Malaysian History
The Chinese and Indians signed a London agreement, which was signed on February 8, 1956, and indicated that Malaya would gain independence on 31 August 1957. On the return of Tancho Abdulrahman Alhaj from London, Tanoko announced the independence of Malia in Padang on February 20, 1956, at Bandar Hill, Malacca. On May 27, 1961, Tanko Abdurrahman Petar Alhaj proposed to merge five colonies, integrating Singapore, Sabah, Sarawak, and Brunei to form a new country.
On July 9, 1963, representatives of the British Government, Malaya, Sabah, Sarawak, and Singapore could not avoid the matter because of Brunei. On September 16, 1963, the desire to form a state called Malaysia