Before October 1965, Indonesia had the largest left movement outside the socialist countries, while the government of President Sukarno pursued a militantly anti-imperialist foreign policy.
This book tells of the massacres following the October 1, 1965, military takeover that decimated the Indonesian left. It focuses on the role of Washington in providing essential clandestine support for the right-wing generals in that bloodbath.
This book was first published in 1970.
The Silent Slaughter” is a unique expose of the U.S. role in the Indonesian massacres. First published in 1966 and long out of print. Includes an introduction by Bertrand Russell.
A Public Inquest on the Indonesian massacre was held at Columbia University on June 2, 1966. It was organized by Youth Against War and Fascism and chaired by its representative, Miss Deirdre Griswold.
The participants at the inquest were Mr. Eric Norden, well-known journalist, Mr. William Worthy, correspondent for the Baltimore Afro-American who had visited Indonesia three times, Professor Andrew March of the East Asian Institute, Columbia University, and Mr. Mark Lane, former New York State Assemblyman. Their speeches are reported in full.
Included in the pamphlet is an introduction by Lord Bertrand Russell and an analysis of the Indonesian Council of Generals prepared by the Indonesian Students Association in China. The pamphlet was prepared and sponsored by Youth Against War and Fascism.
[Added in October 2017 by Workers World: This pamphlet was assembled and issued in 1966 by Youth Against War and Fascism, at that time the youth arm of Workers World Party. It has long been out of print. We have reproduced it here in digital form at a time when some documents of the U.S. Embassy in Indonesia have just been declassified. The major media are saying that the documents reveal that the U.S. knew about the massacres. We say that is just a continuation of the cover-up; that the following pages show how the U.S. was not just a witness but a prime mover in the horrible destruction of the left, anti-imperialist movement in Indonesia.]
Seri Kompilasi Kajian Ilmiah Genosida 1965-1966
Asvi Warman Adam,Baskara T. Wardaya, Ariel Heryanto,Robert Cribb, Annie Pohlman, John Roosa, Saksia Wieringa, Katharine McGregor, Peter Dale Scott, Benedict Anderson, Vannessa Hearman, Jess Melvin, Noam Chomsky, Bradley Simpson, Geoffrey Robinson, Greg Poulgrain, Alex de Jong, Andre Vltchek, Taomo Zhou , Soe Tjen Marching, Peter Kasenda, Aiko Kurasawa, Vijay Prashad, Akihisa Matsuno , Ruth Indiah Rahayu, Nathaniel Mehr, Adam Hughes Henry , Henri Chambert-Loir, Wim F.Wertheim, Steven Farram, Sri Lestari Wahyuningroem , Joss Wibisono, Leslie Dwyer – Degung Santikarma, Vincent Bevins,Wijaya Herlambang, Budiawan, Ong Hok Ham, Rex Mortimer, Olle Törnquist, Max Lane, Hilmar Farid , Michael G. Vann , Gerry van Klinken, Grace Leksana, Ken Setiawan, Ayu Ratih, Yosef Djakababa, Aan Anshori, Muhammad Al-Fayyadl, Roy Murtadho, Deirdre Griswold , David T. Hill, Yoseph Yapi Taum, Aboeprijadi Santoso, Adrian Vickers, John Gittings, Jemma Purdey, Henk Schulte Nordholt, Martijn Eickhoff, Made Surpriatma, Dahlia Gratia Setiyawan, Uğur Ümit Üngör, Manunggal Kusuma Wardaya, Gloria Truly Estrelita, Wulan Dirgantoro, Kar Yen Leong, Muhidin M. Dahlan, Dhianita Kusuma Pertiwi, Elsa Clavé, Justin L. Wejak, Douglas Kammen, Martin Suryajaya
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Road to Justice : State Crimes after Oct 1st 1965 (Jakartanicus)
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