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The 1965 Coup in Indonesia - A Bibliography
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A year later the Indonesian government considered him persona non grata. He was banned from entering Indonesia until Habibie replaced Suharto as president and allowed Anderson to enter the country again in The Washington Post reported the research on March 5, The Cornell Paper argued that what happened on October 1, , was a result of an internal rift in the army.
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In particular, it was triggered by conflicts between officers from the Diponegoro Army Command in Central Java. Even though the regime had yet to equate the G30S with the PKI, the book mentioned the organisation as the mastermind.
In the , researcher George Kahin visited Indonesia and requested access to documents on the 30th September Movement to the Indonesian intelligence and attorney-general. Only in did Jakarta deliver several kilograms of material relating to the special military tribunal of to the Kroch Library at Cornell University. When Anderson was studying the trial documents of Heru Atmojo, a lieutenant colonel whose name was mentioned as deputy commander of the 30th September Movement, he found in the appendix the autopsy reports of the officers who were killed on October 1, However, in contrast to the major communist movements of China-Vietnam, this Indonesian party was to demonstrate a basic weakness: successive and catastrophic defeats.
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