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Kesaksian Sukitman, penemu sumur Lubang Buaya / disusun oleh Soemarno Dipodisastro ; editor, Nazir Amin
Bib ID 3892501
Format BookBook
Author
Dipodisastro, Soemarno, R., 1943-
 
Edition Ed. 2. 
Description Jakarta : Yayasan Sukitman, [2006] 
89, [6] p. : ill. ; 22 cm. 
Summary

Role of Sukitman, a policeman, in finding Lubang Buaya, South Jakarta, the site where the generals were killed by G.30.S/PKI, the abortive coup in Indonesia, 1965.

Notes

"Maret 2006."

Includes bibliographical references (p. [95]).

Subjects Sukitman.  |  Generals - Indonesia - Death.  |  Indonesia - History - Coup d'état, 1965.
Other authors/contributors Amin, Nazir
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Penemu sumur Lubang Buaya

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