Lost Footsteps
Lost Footsteps

Sukarno

Anniversary of 1955 Asian-African Bandung Conference

The Asian-African Conference was held in Bandung, Indonesia in 18-24 April 1955. It is better remembered as the "Bandung Conference". Burma was one of the principal organizers of the conference, together with India, Pakistan, Indonesia and Ceylon. The conference brought together 29 leaders of the newly independent non-Western world, representing no fewer than 1.5 billion people, more than half the entire planet. The host, Indonesia's president Sukarno called it "The First Inter-Continental Conference of Coloured People in the History of...

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