With Japan capitulating on August 15, the Dutch quickly urged the British to ratify the agreement immediately. However, in accordance with the Potsdam Agreement concluded a month earlier, the provisions have been extended in their content. The number of Japanese soldiers who had to be disarmed and imprisoned in Sumatra, Java, Nusa Tenggara, Kalimantan, Westpapua, etc. reached more than 300,000 people. Once they have moved, they will be sent back to Japan. In addition, there are still about 100,000 Allied prisoners and internees who are to be released from Japanese prison and who are also returned to their respective countries. Civil Affairs Agreement is an agreement between the United Kingdom and the United Kingdom of the Netherlands aimed at conquering Eastern Dutch India from the British side representing the Allies of the Government of the Netherlands. The British were responsible not only for the reoccupation of Sumatra, but also for all of Indonesia, so it included areas that once sought refuge under the Southwest Pacific Command (SWPAC). But in practice, the British were freed from the responsibility of reoccupying territories outside java and Sumatra, because outside the two islands, the Australian army took care of it. . . .