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Suharto Family Portrait Original caption: Suharto family portrait. Photo shows the Indonesian President posing with his wife and children. Undated photograph. Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS
President Clinton with Indonesian President Suharto Image: © Wally McNamee/CORBIS Photographer: Wally McNamee Date Photographed: October 27, 1995 Location Information: Washington, DC, USA
Fifteh Deputy Premier Suharto Original caption: Close ups of Indonesian Fifth deputy premier Lt. Gen. Suharto. Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS Date Photographed: April 15, 1966 Location Information: Djakarta, Indonesia
Indonesian Fifth Deputy Premier Original caption: Close ups of Indonesian Fifth deputy premier Lt. Gen. Suharto. Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS Date Photographed: April 15, 1966 Location Information: Djakarta, Indonesia
President Nixon and Suharto Chatting Original caption: Washington: Indonesian President Suharto pays state visit to President Nixon at the White House. Photo shows Nixon and Suharto on reviewing stand during welcoming ceremonies. Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS Date Photographed: May 26, 1970 Location Information: Washington, DC, USA
Ronald Reagan Conferring with Suharto Original caption: Washington: President Reagan meets with Indonesian President Suharto in Oval Office 10/1, where the two leaders began their formal talks. Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS Photographer: Ronald T. Bennett Date Photographed: October 12, 1982 Location Information: Washington, DC, USA
President Nixon and Suharto Chatting Original caption: Washington: Indonesian President Suharto pays state visit to President Nixon at the White House. Photo shows Nixon and Suharto in Nixon's oval office. Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS Date Photographed: May 26, 1970 Location Information: Washington, DC, USA
Fifth Deputy Premier of Indonesia Original caption: Close ups of Indonesian Fifth deputy premier Lt. Gen. Suharto. Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS Date Photographed: April 15, 1966 Location Information: Djakarta, Indonesia
Suharto Suharto, president of Indonesia since 1967. When Suharto took office, he developed the New Order, aimed to rejuvenate the economy with help from Western investors. Image: © CORBIS Date Photographed: 20th century
Suharto Speaks at Press Conference Original caption: 7/1966-Djakarta, Indonesia- In one of his rare appearances with the press, Suharto announces the new "Cabinet of the People's Sufferings," which is currently laying the groundwork for the general's economic and political recovery program in Indonesia. Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS Date Photographed: July 1966 Location Information: Djakarta, Indonesia
President Suharto Addresses Parliament Original caption: 3/4/1967-Jakarta, Indonesia- Indonesia's "de factor" President Gen. Suharto (left) addresses Parliament March 4 for the first time since President Sukarno turned over full executive powers to him late last month. Suharto urged that Parliament be cautious in deciding whether to dismiss President Sukarno from his remaining titular position. Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS Date Photographed: March 4, 1967 Location Information: Jakarta, Indonesia
Suharto Head and Shoulders in Uniform Original caption: 7/1966-Djakarta, Indonesia- Shy and retiring, Suharto rarely grants an interview, but is always ready to flash a warm, Javanese smile. His career is marked with dedication, having enlisted in the ranks of the Indonesian Army at the age of 19. Today, at 45, he is a full general and commands the nation's armed forces. Some people believe he also commands President Sukarno. He is shown here posing in uniform. Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS Date Photographed: July 1966 Location Information: Djakarta, Indonesia
General Suharto at Microphone Original caption: 9/30/1966-Djakarta, Indonesia- Indonesian strongman General Suharto announces that former deputy premier Subandrio will go on trial for treason 10/1, the first anniversary of the attempted Communist coup in Indonesia. There are reports that President Sukarno may be forced to take the stand during Subandrio's trial and reveal for the first time his connections with the growth of Communist influence in Indonesia, prior to the takeover attempt. Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS Date Photographed: September 30, 1966 Location Information: Djakarta, Indonesia
First Indonesian Cabinet Meeting Original caption: 8/4/1966-Jakarta, Indonesia- Members of the new Indonesian cabinet, formed July 25th, await the start of their first meeting at Freedom Palace. From left are: Chairman of the Presidium General Suharto; President Sukarno; Senior Minister of Economics and Finance S.H. Buwono IX; and Senior Minister of Politics A. Malik. Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS Date Photographed: August 4, 1966 Location Information: Jakarta, Indonesia
Indonesian President Suharto with U Thant Indonesian President Suharto and his wife Siti meet United Nations Secretary General U Thant and his daughter Aye Aye at the United Nations Headquarters in New York. Image: © Bettmann/CORBIS Date Photographed: May 28, 1970 Location Information: Manhattan, New York, New York, USA
Indonesia - Former Indonesian President Suharto in Hospital Former Indonesian President Suharto lies on a bed as he is accompanied by his daughter SIti Hardiyanti Rukmana (L) after he had a Thallium scan at Pertamina hospital, in Jakarta. The health of Indonesia's ailing former dictator Suharto regressed today, with his heart weakening and hemoglobin count low despite receiving a blood transfusion. Image: © Jurnasyanto Sukarno/epa/Corbis Photographer: Jurnasyanto Sukarno Date Photographed: January 8, 2008 Location Information: Jakarta, Indonesia
Indonesian President Suharto and French President Georges Pompidou Indonesian President Suharto and French President Georges Pompidou at the entrance of the Elysee Palace during Suharto's official visit to France. Image: © Henri Bureau/Sygma/Corbis Photographer: Henri Bureau Date Photographed: November 13, 1972 Location Information: Paris, France
Suharto and Ronald Reagan Suharto and Ronald Reagan during Suharto's visit to the White House. Image: © Dennis Whitehead/Corbis Photographer: Dennis Whitehead Date Photographed: October 1982 Location Information: Washington, DC, USA
Indonesia - Politics - Former President Suharto Former Indonesian president Suharto waves to journalists shortly after being visited by former prime minister of Malaysia Mahatir Muhammad. The Attorney General may drop its plan to re-examine former president Suharto to determine whether he is fit to stand trial because it could cost too much money. Past efforts to bring Suharto to court on corruption and human rights charges have been derailed by a statement from a team of government doctors, which said the former president was unfit to stand trial because of brain damage and permanent injury to his nervous system. Image: © Mast Irham/epa/Corbis Photographer: Mast Irham Date Photographed: May 3, 2006 Location Information: Jakarta, Indonesia
Indonesian President Suharto Meets Indira Gandhi Indonesian President Suharto visits Indian Prime Minister Indira Gandhi in New Delhi. Image: © Kapoor Baldev/Sygma/Corbis Photographer: Kapoor Baldev Date Photographed: December 1980 Location Information: New Delhi, India
PRESIDENT WAHID VISITS EX-PRESIDENT SUHARTO Image: © JUFRI KEMAL/CORBIS SYGMA Photographer: KEMAL JUFRI Date Photographed: March 8, 2000
PRESIDENT WAHID VISITS EX-PRESIDENT SUHARTO Original caption: Yenny (Wahid's daughter), Abdurrahman Wahid, Suharto and his daughter, Siti Hardiyanta Rukmana. Image: © JUFRI KEMAL/CORBIS SYGMA Photographer: KEMAL JUFRI Date Photographed: March 8, 2000
PRESIDENT WAHID VISITS EX-PRESIDENT SUHARTO Image: © JUFRI KEMAL/CORBIS SYGMA Photographer: KEMAL JUFRI Date Photographed: March 8, 2000
SUHARTO'S RESIGNATION Original caption: The Indonesian dictator has decided to resign after 32 years of power. Image: © CORBIS SYGMA Photographer: Jacques Langevin Date Photographed: May 21, 1998
SUHARTO'S RESIGNATION Original caption: The Indonesian dictator has decided to resign after 32 years of power. Image: © CORBIS SYGMA Photographer: Jacques Langevin Date Photographed: May 21, 1998
FIRST EUROPE-ASIA SUMMIT IN BANGKOK Image: © Bernard Bisson/Sygma/Corbis Photographer: Bernard Bisson Date Photographed: March 2, 1996
SUMMIT FOR SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT IN COPENHAGEN Image: © Bernard Bisson/Sygma/Corbis Photographer: Bernard Bisson Date Photographed: March 12, 1995
HILLARY CLINTON ON THE FRINGES OF THE APEC SUMMIT Image: © MC NAMEE WALLY/CORBIS SYGMA Photographer: Wally McNamee Date Photographed: November 16, 1994
OFFICIAL VISIT OF PRESIDENT SUHARTO TO FRANCE Image: © Bernard Bisson/Sygma/Corbis Photographer: Bernard Bisson Date Photographed: November 24, 1992
OFFICIAL VISIT OF PRESIDENT SUHARTO TO FRANCE Image: © Bernard Bisson/Sygma/Corbis Photographer: Bernard Bisson Date Photographed: November 24, 1992
DAKAR: O.C.I. ISLAMIC SUMMIT: ARRIVAL Image: © ORBAN THIERRY/CORBIS SYGMA Photographer: Thierry Orban Date Photographed: December 9, 1991
The family has denied that it benefited unfairly from tax breaks and other favors and said government contracts had been subject to competitive bidding, a widely disputed assertion. At left, Mr. Suharto during his 86th birthday celebration in June 2007. Posted By:Tribeca
When he came to power, Mr. Suharto refused at first to move into the presidential palace, saying he preferred to live in his own modest house in Jakarta. During his years as president, however, his homes became palatial.
Like his predecessor Sukarno, left, Mr. Suharto, right, worked to forge national unity in a fractious country of 200 million people comprising 300 ethnic groups speaking 250 languages and inhabiting more than 17,000 islands spread over a 3,500-mile archipelago.
Suharto, right, with Gen. Abdul Haris Nasution in September 1966.
Mr. Suharto after he was forced from office. He managed to escape criminal prosecution for embezzling millions of dollars, possibly billions, by having himself declared too ill and mentally incapable to stand trial. A civil suit against him was pending at the time of his death.
Mr. Suharto and his family became notorious for controlling state enterprises and taking kickbacks for government contracts, for siphoning money from state charities, and for gross violations of human rights. At left, Mr. Suharto at the family's Tapos ranch in Bogor, West Java, Indonesia.
Mr. Suharto voted in the presidential elections on July 5, 2004, near his home in Jakarta.
Mr. Suharto with his 5-year-old son Hutomo Mandala Putra, popularly known as Tommy, on June 24, 1968.
President Suharto took the oath of office on March 11, 1968 in Jakarta. Mr. Suharto brought what became known as the New Order to Indonesia, but at the price of repression.
Maj. Gen. Suharto, left, in October 1965 with Gen. Sabur, commander of Sukarno's presidential guard. After 32 years as the leader of Indonesia, Mr. Suharto was forced from office in 1998. Mr. Suharto died from multiple organ failure on Jan. 27 at the age of 86.
Sukarno, left, fell from power in 1965 after an abortive leftist coup. Mr. Suharto, one of the few senior military officers to escape execution on the first day of that uprising, moved decisively against the insurgents and effectively took control of the country, but not before a blood bath left hundreds of thousands dead.
Mr. Suharto with Vice President Spiro Agnew, and Mrs. Suharto with Judy Agnew in Washington in May 1970.
Suharto Suharto during his visit to the White House. Image: © Dennis Whitehead/Corbis Photographer: Dennis Whitehead Date Photographed: October 1982 Location Information: Washington, DC, USA

5 komentar:

josh mengatakan...

Thanks for the very nice pics. Sedih liatnya. Soeharto is the most respected President in my life.

Anonim mengatakan...

semenjak,dikau pergi,semua harga barang naik,,,biar pun engkau banyak yg gag suka,tapi saya sangat kagum atas kepemimpinanmu,,engkau sangat memikirkan rakyat kecil,di zaman keemasanmu,harga barang sangat stabil,,diera sekarang belum ada pemimpin yg berani mengorbankan diri dan keluarga demi untuk rakyatnya,,,tapi engkau relah hancur demi untuk rakyat,,selamat jalan pak harto nama mu akan selalu kukenang

Anonim mengatakan...

kami rakyat kecil,tidak tahu yg namanya politik,yg kami tahu harga beras murah,harga barang2 pokok murah,perbedaan di zaman mu dengan zaman sekarang,sangat jauh berbeda pak harto,,,beras dulu diwaktu engkau memimpin negara ini,,seingat saya Rp350/kg sekarang RP9000/kg,IKAN LAUT sarden duluRP800/kg sekarangRp8000/kg gimana lg kami mau hidup pak di era sekarang,,dulu orang2 yg berlomba melengserkanmu gag banyak reaksi,hanya diam,dan berlomba mau jadi pemimpin,dan tdk bertanggung jawab,mengembalikan harga barang seperti diera kepemimpinanmu,,kami sudah capek dgn janji mereka,,,

Rahmat_pLx mengatakan...

Terima kasih pak harto.
Semoga engkau tenang disisi-Nya..
Tidak akan pernah ada pemimpin seperti mu di negeri ini,. Setelah Jend. Soedriman,.engkaulah putra terbaik bangsa ini..

Anonim mengatakan...

terima kasih atas sgla jasa2mu pak Harto..we love you general

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