WHERE did the Dutch Indos go?

Due to the violent Bersiap times, many Dutch-Indos, Dutch and others had to flee from Indonesia and repatriate to their fatherland, The Netherlands, a nation devastated by WW2 in Europe. This period led to new experiences for many who grew up in DEI. Some left the Netherlands and immigrated to the US, Canada, Australia and other safe havens, contributing to the Dutch-Indo diaspora.

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