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Martha Christina Tiahahu: The 'kabaressi' heroine of Maluku While Raden Ajeng Kartini is known as a heroine of women's emancipation; other national heroines were freedom fighters, such as Cut Nyak Dien of Aceh. In Maluku, a brave young woman took up arms along with her male peers against colonizers of the Dutch era. She was Martha Christina Tiahahu. Christina was born in Abubu village, Nusalaut Island, on January 24, 1800. At the age of 17, she joined the guerrilla unit commanded by her father, Kapitan ·Paulus Tiahahu, in the resistance movement on Nusalaut Island. Their unit also backed Kapitan Pattimura, who led the People's Army on Saparua Island in the Waisisil War against the Dutch. Christina fought in several battles, inCluding the one on Saparua Island in which Dutch commander Richement was killed. Commander Meyer, who replaced Richement, was shot in the neck during the same battle, and the resistance forged ahead until Vermeulen Kringer took over command of Dutch troops in the war in Maluku. Along with her father and other freedom fighters, including Kapitan Pattimura, Christina was captured and carried aboard the Dutch ship Eversten. All prisoners were punished except Christina, who was released owing to het age. Her father, Kapitan Paulus Tiahahu, and several other Maluku fighters were sentenced to death. On October 16, 1817, Christina and her father were taken to Nusalaut. They were held at Fort Beverwijk on the island, pending Paulus' execution. After her father's ·death, Christina vanished into the forest and lived in the wild. In a sweep launched by the Dutch ·in December 181 7, Christina and 39 other Maluku people were arrested and transported aboard the Eversten to Java,. where they were to serve· under forced labor at coffee plantations. During the journey, Christina's health declined. She rejected food and refused medical treatment. She passed away on January 2, 1818, at sea and her body was dumped into the Banda Sea. Following independence, the Indonesian ·governm.ent declared the Maluku freedom fighter a: national heroine, and her death anniversary on January 2 is commemorated as Martha Christina Tiahahu Day. On that day, thousands of flower petals are cast into the Banda Sea in an official ceremony organized annually to celebrate her courage in the struggle tor Indonesia's freedom. Because of the great courage she showed in countering Dutch firearms with only stones, the Maluku community calls her a kabaressi or valiant woman. Put the numbers of the paragraph of the text above next to their functions below. - Events


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Hi, Nafis. Kakak bantu jawab ya. Jawaban yang benar adalah "Paragraph 3, 4, 5, 6". Soal ini menanyakan struktur orientasi "event" pada teks di atas. Teks tersebut merupakan teks biografi (teks yang berisi tentang kisah kehidupan seseorang yang lebih kompleks dari sekadar daftar riwayat hidup sampai suatu kejadian yang dialaminya). Sturktur atau bagian dari teks biografi yaitu: - Orientation : berisi informasi tentang latar belakang mengapa biografi ditulis dan berisi informasi umum mengenai tokoh-tokoh. - Events : berisi tentang peristiwa atau kejadian yang dialami tokoh-tokoh. - Reorientation : berisi tentang pandangan penulis terhadap tokoh yang diceritakan dan kesimpulan dari teks tersebut. Paragraf yang termasuk struktur atau bagian "events" pada teks ini adalah paragraf 3, 4, 5, 6. Paragraf tersebut berisi tentang peristiwa yang dialami oleh Martha Christina Tiahahu saat bertempur di Pulau Saparua. Ia bertempur bersama ayahnya dan pejuang kemerdekaan lainnya. Berdasarkan hal tersebut maka paragraf yang termasuk ke dalam bagian events adalah paragraf 3, 4, 5, 6. Dengan demikian, jawaban yang benar adalah "Paragraph 3, 4, 5, 6". Hope it helps. Happy learning! :)


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