| Marshall Green |
(deep state operative?, diplomat, spook)
|Died||1998-06-06 (Age 82)|
|Alma mater||Yale University|
|Perpetrator of||1975 Australian coup|
US Ambassador to Indonesia
US President Lyndon B. Johnson nominated Green as United States Ambassador to Indonesia on June 4, 1965. Marshall Green played a central role in the 1965 Indonesia coup against President Sukarno. According to Mark Aarons, he is "seen as one of the principal officials involved in encouraging the slaughter." Green was Ambassador to Indonesia until March 26, 1969; during his four years in Indonesia, he practiced what he called "low-profile diplomacy".
US Ambassador to Australia
One of his first speeches in Australia was to the Australian Institute of Directors, which was described by an alarmed member of the audience as “an incitement to the country’s business leaders to rise against the government”.
An event carried out
|1975 Australian coup||15 October 1975 - 11 November 1975||Canberra|
- Document:Australia - The Forgotten Coup
- David A. Blumenthal and Timothy L. H. McCormack (2007). The Legacy of Nuremberg: Civilising Influence or Institutionalised Vengeance? (International Humanitarian Law). Martinus Nijhoff Publishers. ISBN 9004156917 pp. 80–81.
- Pilger, John, A Secret Country, Vintage Books, London, 1992, ISBN 9780099152316, pp. 139, 203, 218, 235, 246, 251.
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