In this Dutch TV video, recorded in 1969, but never broadcast, former Captain Raymond Westerling confesses that his troops had committed war crimes three times in Sulawesi island, and once in the west of Java island in Indonesia in the late 1940s.
Translated from NOS TV in the Netherlands:
GISS should look at its Sukarno archive again
Wednesday 30 Jul 2014, 13:16 (Update: 30-07-14, 15:28)
It is unlikely that the AIVD [GISS] Dutch intelligence service have only one document about the failed coup against Indonesian president Sukarno in 1950. The Council of State decided this in a lawsuit which historian Fredrik Willems had brought.
The Nijmegen scientist is working on a book about Raymond Westerling, who tried a coup against Sukarno. Westerling is one of the most controversial figures in Dutch military history.
Westerling was a self-styled war criminal, who had many civilian people, eg, on Sulawesi island in Indonesia, killed.
When Willems asked the interior minister for documents, he was told that one document was found at the AIVD that he could see. The document consists of eleven pages.
The Council of State says more documents should be in the archive. They may be stored under a title other than “the coup against Sukarno in 1950”. The ministry must now look at the archives again.