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Operation Crow (Dutch: Operatie Kraai) was the code name for a Dutch military offensive against the newly formed Republic of Indonesia in December 1948 – January 1949. During this attack, the Dutch managed to capture the Indonesian Republic's temporary capital, Yogyakarta, and seized Indonesian leaders such as Republican President Sukarno. Referred to by the Dutch as the second of two "Politionele acties" ("Police Actions"), it is more commonly known in Indonesian history books and military records as Agresi Militer Belanda II (Second Dutch Military Aggression).

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  • Operation Crow (Dutch: Operatie Kraai) was the code name for a Dutch military offensive against the newly formed Republic of Indonesia in December 1948 – January 1949. During this attack, the Dutch managed to capture the Indonesian Republic's temporary capital, Yogyakarta, and seized Indonesian leaders such as Republican President Sukarno. Referred to by the Dutch as the second of two "Politionele acties" ("Police Actions"), it is more commonly known in Indonesian history books and military records as Agresi Militer Belanda II (Second Dutch Military Aggression).
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  • Operation Crow (Dutch: Operatie Kraai) was the code name for a Dutch military offensive against the newly formed Republic of Indonesia in December 1948 – January 1949. During this attack, the Dutch managed to capture the Indonesian Republic's temporary capital, Yogyakarta, and seized Indonesian leaders such as Republican President Sukarno. Referred to by the Dutch as the second of two "Politionele acties" ("Police Actions"), it is more commonly known in Indonesian history books and military records as Agresi Militer Belanda II (Second Dutch Military Aggression).
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  • 62,000
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  • * Growing international opposition in theUnited Nationsto Dutch attempts to assert control over Indonesia
  • Dutch tactical victory; Indonesian political victory
  • * Capture of the Indonesian Republican leadership inYogyakarta
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  • 100,000 soldiers
  • 800–900 airborne infantry
  • 10,000 soldiers
  • 3Mitsubishi Zero
  • 23Douglas DC-3sDutch fighter aircraft and bombers
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