The Unique Old “Medal,Pin and Amulet” Found in Indonesia Exhibiton

Welcome to Dr Iwan Cyber Museum Exhibition at The Hall Of Freedom
CREATED BY Dr IWAN SUWANDY @copyright 2010
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THE PROMOTIONAL OF EXHIBITION

THE SHOWCASE : THE OLD UNIQUE MEDAL, PIN AND AMULET FOUND IN INDONESIA
*Surabaya’s Christian Middle School pin during Dutch East Indie

FRAME ONE: THE INTRODUCTION OF EXHIBITION

1.Many old unique Medal,Pin and amulet had found in Indonesia between 1970-1985, but after that became more difficult and expensive because many foreigners visit Indonesia and bought all tat interesting and amizing collections.

2. Due to many foreigners seeking the old medal,pin and amulet from Indonesia and forein countries during visit Indonesia, many fake and repro exist, tha is why look the original collections in the Dr iwan cybermuseum.

3.The history of the rare and amizing Medal,Pin and amulets only for the premium member which subscribing  via comment and after that they ca asked the more info or e-book about this collections in limited private issue in CR-rom

4. All the collections are Dr iwan S private collections @copyright illustration 2010. Please forbidden to copy with all kind of technology without the founder of web blog.

FRAME TWO: THE INDONESIAN’S OLD MEDAL AND AMULET
*Silver Soccer Medal before the WWII
FRAME THREE: THE FOREIGN COUNTRIES’S OLD MEDAL AND AMULET WHICH FOUND IN INDONESIA
*Old Egypt medal “Egypt ‘s Erection from the British”

For more information read the history of Suez nationalization or Suez crisis,related with this Medal (Wikipedia, google expl)

  Suez CrisisAfter the United Kingdom and the United States withdrew their pledge to support the construction of the Aswan Dam due to Egyptian overtures towards the Soviet Union, Egyptian President Gamal Abdel Nasser nationalised the canal in 1956 and transferred it to the Suez Canal Authority, intending to finance the dam project using revenue from the canal. This led up to the Suez Crisis, in which the UK, France and Israel invaded Egypt. The intention was for Israel to invade on the ground, and for the Anglo-French partnership to give air and other support, later to intervene to resolve the crisis and control the canal.[citation needed]

To stop the war from spreading and to save the British from what he thought was a disastrous action, Canadian Secretary of State for External Affairs, Lester B. Pearson, proposed the creation of the very first United Nations peacekeeping force to ensure access to the canal for all and an Israeli withdrawal from the Sinai. On 4 November 1956, a majority of nations at the United Nations voted for Pearson’s peacekeeping resolution, which mandated the UN peacekeepers to stay in the Sinai Peninsula unless both Egypt and Israel agreed to their withdrawal. The United States backed this proposal by putting pressure on the British government by selling Pounds, which would cause it to depreciate. Britain then agreed to withdraw its troops. Pearson was later awarded the Nobel Peace Prize. As a result of damage and ships intentionally sunk under orders from Nasser[51] the canal was closed until April 1957, when it was cleared with UN assistance. A UN force (UNEF) was established to maintain the neutrality of the canal and the Sinai Peninsula.

 Arab-Israeli wars of 1967 and 1973

In May 1967 President Nasser ordered the UN peacekeeping forces out of the Sinai Peninsula, including the Suez Canal area. Despite Israeli objections in the United Nations, the peacekeepers were withdrawn and the Egyptian army took up positions on the Israeli border, closing the Straits of Tiran to Israeli shipping. The canal itself had been closed to Israeli shipping since 1949, except for a short period in 1951-1952.

These actions were key factors in the Israeli decision to launch a pre-emptive attack on Egypt in June 1967, and to capture the Sinai Peninsula to the Suez Canal. After the 1967 Arab-Israeli war, also called the Six Day War, the canal was closed by an Egyptian blockade until 5 June 1975. As a result, fourteen cargo ships known as “The Yellow Fleet” remained trapped in the canal for over eight years. In 1973, during the Yom Kippur War, the canal was the scene of a major crossing by the Egyptian army into Israeli-occupied Sinai, and in the later stage of the war, a crossing by the Israeli army into mainland Egypt. Much wreckage from this conflict remains visible along the canal’s edges.

A US Navy RH-53D sweeping the Suez Canal in 1974.

In reaction to the Yom Kippur War the United States initiated Operation Nimbus Moon. The helicopter carrier USS Iwo Jima (LPH-2) was sent to the Canal, carrying twelve RH-53D minesweeping helicopters of HM-12. These partly cleared the Suez Canal between May and December 1974.She was relieved by the LST USS Barnstable County (LST1197). The British Royal Navy initiated ( Operation Rheostat) and Task Group 65.2 provided the RN Minehunters, HMS Maxton, HMS Bossington & HMS Wilton and HMS Abdiel a Practice Minelayer / MCMV Support Ship which spent two periods of 6 months in 1974 and in 1975 based at Ismailia. When the Canal Clearance Operations were completed, the Suez Canal and its lakes were considered 99% clear of mines.The Canal was then reopened by President Sadat aboard an Egyptian Destroyer which led the first convoy Northbound to Port Said in 1975 .[52]

The UNEF mandate expired in 1979. Despite the efforts of the United States, Israel, Egypt, and others to obtain an extension of the UN role in observing the peace between Israel and Egypt, as called for under the Egypt-Israel Peace Treaty of 1979, the mandate could not be extended because of the veto by the USSR in the security council, at the request of Syria. Accordingly, negotiations for a new observer force in the Sinai produced the Multinational Force and Observers (MFO), stationed in Sinai in 1981 in coordination with a phased Israeli withdrawal. It is there under agreements between the United States, Israel, Egypt, and other nations.[53].

The freedom of Sinai  area from Israel in October 1973 very important for the Egypt peoples, because in this area  exist  the Suez Canal , but more important when the suez cana was natinalization by the Egypt people and this dat became the .Republic of Egypt Freedom day from the British rules area.  

 At Egypt there is the city area  called ” 6th Oktober” where the fighting were exist and at the Roxy ‘s area , we could find the museum of Egypt fighting with Israel.

Bisyri) * 6th Oktober flyover pass at the fornt of Nadi Sikkah, Cairo (courtecy Bisyri) 
PS the complete E.book for premium member only,every collections with the history.

THE END @COPYRIGHT Dr IWAN S 2010

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