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Pulitzer Prize winner John Hughes provides a dramatic account of the events leading to the downfall of Indonesia's founding father, Sukarno. In the early morning of 1 October 1965 six high-ranking generals of the Indonesian army were murdered under grisly circumstances. This act was to set in motion a chain of events that broke the Indonesian Communist Party amidst the slaughter of hundreds of thousands and ultimately led to Sukarno's downfall. This book remains the most readable account of this pivotal moment in Indonesia's modern history.

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