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  • East Timor Independence: The War Nobody Wanted by Helen Hill (1976) Pacific News Service | 4 pp.
  • Letter to Jacqui Chagnon from Barry, Editor of InterNews, Berkeley, California (03.03.1976)
  • Letter from Richard W. Franke of the Timor Defense Committee (02/1976)
  • Timor: the Island of Fear, Island of Hope written by the Cornell-Ithaca East Timor Defense Committee (1976)
  • Letter to Ithaca Rest of the News from Joel D. Meltzer, News Director (WVBR) (03.06.1976) | 3 pp.
  • June 2nd ROTN tape: a written description of the contents of the tape (1976)
  • May 31st UPI Story: a written description of the contents of the story (1976)
  • May 31st UPI Story 2: a written description of the contents of the story (1976)
  • Letter to the United Press International from Joel D. Meltzer, News Director WVBR (03.06.1976)
  • The Indonesian takeover of East Timor by Robert Lawless, University of Florida (21.05.1976) | 9 pp.
  • Letter to Mr. Chairman from Missāo Permanente de Portugal Junto das Noçōes Unidas, New York (1976) | 5 pp.
  • Indonesia and the incorporation of East Timor by Michael Leifer (09/1976) The World Today | 5 pp.
  • Universal Declaration of the Rights of Peoples (04.07.1976)
  • Memo to Support groups, Fraternal organizations, of the Democratic Republic of East Timor (05.12.1976)
  • The Military Situation in East Timor written by Richard Tanter (06/1976) | 10 pp.
  • On Developments in East Timor written by Helen Hill (30.04.1976) | 5 pp.
  • Letter to His Excellency, The Secretary-General, United Nations Organization, from Jose Martins, President of KOTA, (29.04.1976) | 2 pp.

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Newspaper clippings

Various newspaper articles that were written about East Timor and Indonesia in 1983.

It includes a list within the item that has every article title/date/newspaper on it.

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News Clippings

This item includes:

  • "Indonesia lifts the veil from East Timor, claiming Independence War has ended" (11.03.1985) The Asian Wall Street Journal
  • "La Tragedia de Timor" (18.03.1985) El Pais (Spanish)
  • "Indonesia is stepping up release of political prisoners in East Timor" (18.03.1985) The Asian Wall Street Journal
  • "Prelate in E. Timor accuses Indonesia of summary killings" (28.04.1985) The Washington Post
  • "U.S. might abandon SALT-2, Reagan says" (11.05.1985) Herald Tribune
  • "Recalling Timor’s forgotten voices" (20.05.1985) The Asian Wall Street Journal
  • "Letters to the Editor: Completing the picture of East Timor" (19.06.1985) The Asian Wall Street Journal
  • "US Bishop wants East Timor enquiry" (12.07.1985), Catholic Herald
  • "Shift hurts Human Rights lobbyist "(19.11.1985), The New York Times
  • "East Timor: hidden genocide" (28.12.1985) The Boston Globe

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Newspaper Packets

Nine newspaper packets that contain various newspaper articles from American newspaper companies.

The first page of the attachment has an item list of every newspaper article.

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Newspaper articles

Various newspaper articles published in 1999, mostly in the Untied States.

This item includes:
● A sketch for Newsday (1999)
● East Timor capital starts to revive (1999) The Washington Post
● Lisbon offers to fund East Timor (26.02.1999) Financial Times
● Indonesia: a pledge to investors (10.04.1999) The New York Times
● Indonesia: Second thoughts (29.04.1999) Far Eastern Economic Review | 2 pp.
● Alarm bells in East Timor (31.05.1999) The Washington Post
● U.S. warns Indonesia over political violence (28.08.1999) The New York Times
● ‘Most Important Day’ (02.09.1999) Catholic New York
● ‘People are Panicking’ (09.09.1999) Catholic New York
● The Fruits of ‘Realism’ (07.09.1999) The New York Times
● Promising Safety, the U.N. led East Timor to the Slaughter (09.09.1999) The Time Daily |
2 pp.
● Pressure Indonesia to halt killings (09.09.1999)
● The world’s attention must focus on E. Timor (10.09.1999) The Sun
● Helping East Timor, and Indonesia (10.09.1999) The New York Times
● Blood and ashes in East Timor (11.09.1999) The Tablet | 2 pp.
● The writing on the stone (24.04.1999) The Tablet | 2 pp.
● Wasserman’s view (14.09.1999) The Boston Globe
● Fatal trust in Timor (15.09.1999) The New York Times
● No more time to waste as East Timor disappears (17.09.1999) International Herald
Tribune
● Indonesians begin pullout from E. Timor (18.09.1999) The Washington Post
● W. Timor no haven for some refugees (19.09.1999) Los Angeles Times
● W. Timor: terror crosses border (19.09.1999) Los Angeles Times
● In East Timor, smiles greet peacekeepers (21.09.1999) The Washington Post | 2 pp.
● In tent city camp, refugee relives horror (19.09.1999) Los Angeles Times
● Once again, peacekeepers arrive too late (21.09.1999) The Wall Street Journal | 3 pp.
● Indonesian leader backs East Timor Independence (22.09.1999) The Washington Post
● Fear still reigns in E. Timor Hills (22.09.1999) The Washington Post
● Peace Operation in Timor enters critical phase (22.09.1999) International Herald Tribune
● Facing truth in Indonesia (22.09.1999) The Washington Post
● Arrival of U.N. troops has revived hope in Dili (22.09.1999) USA Today
● In East Timor, high hopes, big risks and an uncertain future (22.09.1999) USA Today
● Peacekeeping force prepares to spread out from Dili (22.09.1999) Financial Times
● Abhorrent siblings (22.09.1999) Financial Times
● East Timor inquiry agreed (23.09.1999) Financial Times
● Surviving on Fibs and Faith (23.09.1999) The Washington Post | 2 pp.
● Australia accepts a limited UN assignment in East Timor (23.09.1999) International
Herald Tribune
● Journalists targeted in E. Timor (23.09.1999) The Washington Post
● Photo in the International Herald Tribune (25-26.09.1999)
● A plea for peace from someplace near hell (27.09.1999) U.S. News & World report
● Photo in The Boston Globe (27.09.1999)
● The hunter and the hunted (27.09.1999) U.S. News & World report
● Tales of survival heard in Dili (27.09.1999) The Boston Globe
● Survivors tell of ending rampage in Timor (27.09.1999) The Boston Globe
● East Timor is pacified, now what? (27.09.1999) The Wall Street Journal
● A Scorched-Earth Policy (28.09.1999) The Washington Post
● Jakarta general leaves E. Timor (28.09.1999) The Washington Post
● Indonesia’s dangerous politics (02.10.1999) The Economist | 2 pp.
● A new leader in Indonesia (23.10.1999) The Boston Globe
● East Timor’s devastated church will seek U.S. Catholic help (25.10.1999) The Catholic
Review
● When despair and joy collide, outside the spotlight (31.10.1999) Boston Sunday Globe
● Millennium, ecumenism top stories of 1999; pope heads newsmakers (16.12.1999)
Catholic New York
● Military aid suspension tests U.S.. Indonesia Ties (05.11.1999) The Washington Post

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Support the Cornell-Ithaca ET defense Committee

Support the Cornell-Ithaca East Timor Defense Committee was a newsletter published by Cornell and Ithaca to bring awareness to what was happening in East Timor in 1976.

It contains:

  • East Timor: a war-by-proxy for 1976
  • Kissinger
  • Fretilin
  • Napalm
  • Bio-Bombs
  • Aid cut-off
  • What can be done?

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Newspaper articles

Newspaper articles that were published in 1977.

The first page of the item has a list of every item included in the attachment.

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Newspaper articles

This item contains:

  • American aid to Indonesia ignores Human Rights abuses (01.01.1978) St. Louis Post-Dispatch
  • Guerillas in Timor still fight in Indonesia (19.04.1978) The New York Times
  • 29 000 Indonesians, held as Reads, are being freed after testing (26.04.1978) The New York Times
  • Mondale lauds Indonesia for freeing prisoners (07.05.1978) The New York Times
  • Freed Indonesian prisoners goes home to find his wife remarried, no job (1978)
  • California’s Family Affair (19.05.1978) Seven Days | 2 pp.
  • The sun keeps trying to set on a colonial Past (03.08.1980) The New York Times
  • US forges new links with South-east Asian states (04.08.1978) The Guardian
  • Rights in Indonesia (5-6.08.1978) International Herald Tribune
  • Indonesia: developing a feeling of unity (04.08.1978) Far Eastern Economic Review | 2 pp.
  • U.S. Human-Rights Laws: trade barrier (13.08.1978) International Herald Tribune
  • ’60 000 died in Timor invasion’ (20.08.1978) The Sunday Times
  • E. Timor trying to cope with 125 000 refugees (12.09.1978) International Herald Tribune
  • Haven of bamboo and thatch (13.09.1978) The Age
  • East Timor: Beyond the Fighting (26.09.1978) The Asian Wall Street Journal
  • Indonesia: Timor’s arithmetic of despair (29.09.1978) Far Eastern Economic Review | 3 pp.
  • E. Timor emerges from War, Isolation (27.09.1978) Los Angeles Times | 2 pp.
  • Collapse forecast for the revolt of East Timor (18.10.1978) San Francisco Chronicle
  • East Timor’s travail (09/1978) Atlas World Press Review
  • Chomsky accuses U.S. on East Timor conflict (02.12.1978) The New York Times
  • All the News that fits (25.12.1978) The Village Voice
  • Mary McGrory: Spies who leave your illusions out in the cold (1978)
  • The Bronco workhorse: ask Timor about it (1978) a flyer
  • Australian aid for starving Timor (02.11.1979) Financial Times
  • 30 000 deaths (14.09.1978) The Guardian
  • East Timor fight against Indonesia a ‘hopeless cause’ (05.10.1978) The Times
  • Misery in Remexico (13.09.1978) San Francisco Chronicle
  • A better class of thumbscrew (15.05.1978) The Village Voice
  • CIA said to aid Indonesia units in East Timor (20.06.1978) International Herald Tribune
  • East Timor guerrilla group ‘faces collapse’ (25.09.1978) The Guardian
  • The Big Test (08.05.1978) The Village Voice
  • Mondale is a nonexpert who matters (14.05.1978) Week in Review
  • Indonesia: W.S. Rendra (28.08.1978) The Times
  • Island diplomacy (03.09.1978) Sunday Times
  • East Timor protest (29.04.1978)

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Newspaper Packets

Seven newspaper packets distributed as one. Includes newspaper clippings from various Australian newspaper about East Timor during 1982.

The first page of the document details every clipping in each packet.

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I am Timorese

I am Timorese is a book published on behalf of the European Christian Consultation on East Timor. I am Timorese gives the people of East Timor an opportunity to tell their stories to the outside world.

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