Djatigede Dam

A dam located in Djatigede, West Java, Indonesia, which was strategically important for both the Japanese and the Allies during World War II.

Djatibarang

A town in West Java, Indonesia, known for its sugar cane production. During World War 2, Djatibarang’s sugar mills were used by the Japanese to produce sugar for their military forces.

Djatiasih

A town in West Java, Indonesia, known for its rice production. During World War 2, Djatiasih’s rice fields were a vital source of food for the Japanese military occupation forces.

Djatigede

A town in West Java, Indonesia, known for its irrigation system. During World War 2, the Djatigede irrigation system was used by the Japanese to support their agricultural production in the region.

Djatiwangi Airfield

A small airfield located near the town of Djatiwangi, West Java, Indonesia, which was used by the Japanese during World War II.

Djatibarang Naval Depot

A naval depot located in Djatibarang, West Java, Indonesia, used by the Japanese to supply their forces in the region.

Djawa Barat

The Dutch colonial name for the province of West Java, Indonesia. It was a major center of resistance against the Japanese occupation and was home to several important military bases during World War 2.

Djatiwangi

A town in West Java, Indonesia, known for its oil deposits. The Djatiwangi oil fields were a strategic target for both the Dutch and Japanese forces during World War 2.