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Fading Traces of Indonesian Gulags

Monday, October 3, 2022

Detention camps and forced labor sites for political prisoners of 1965 can be found in a number of regions. Most of these camps are nearly unknown today. There is a push to create a memorial.

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A soldier supervises 1965 political prisoners planting rice on a field on Buru Island, Maluku, 1979. TEMPO Doc./Amarzan Loebis . tempo : 170123410519.

WALKING down Jalan Perintis Kemerdekaan in Tangerang, Banten, always brings back 40-year-old memories for Bedjo Untung. This area which is now packed with schools, offices, and shopping centers conceals a dark past. “This is where we were subjected to forced labor,” he said on Wednesday, August 31.

Bedjo was a political prisoner in 1965. The man born in Pemalang, Central Java, on March 14, 1948, was arrested on October 14, 1970 in Ja


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