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image by António Martins
A possible rendition of the flag of the Sulawesi separatist movement as reported by David Fowler quoting from Agence France Presse. Assumed ratio: 2:3; assumed map color: white.
António Martins, 23 October 1999
image by Eugene Ipavec, 20 August 2007
In the Indonesian Army Museum in Jakarta (July 2007) was a flag display
(showing the real flag and a painted picture). The Sulawesi independence flag is
from Aug 7th 1953, the Sulawesi self-proclaimed independence. The flag is
2: 3 flag in proportion, a red field charged with a yellow crescent and three 5
pointed stars in the canton.
Nozomi Kariyasu, 19 August 2007
"Some states resisted incorporation and still do. These include: Minahasa, or Permesta (a district in north Celebes). Its flag was said to be yellow with a black letter P (for 'Permesta').[...]"
I don't think Permesta is a district, but rather a movement active in Minahasa
(among others I presume) in the early 1960s.
Mark Sensen, 27 December 1999