|Regeringscommissaris voor Bestuursaangelegenheden for the State of Pasundan|
July 1947 – October 1947
|Governor General||Hubertus Johannes van Mook|
|Succeeded by||Hilman Djajadiningrat|
|Director General of General Negotiation Affairs of the Kingdom of the Netherlands with the Republic of Indonesia|
October 1947 – December 1949
|Governor General||Hubertus Johannes van Mook |
|Born||(1904-12-18)December 18, 1904|
Salatiga, Central Java
|Died||December 24, 1992(1992-12-24) (aged 88)|
the Hague, Netherlands
|Alma mater||Opleiding School Voor Inlandsche Ambtenaren |
|Occupation||Civil servant, diplomat, military officer|
|Allegiance|| Dutch East Indies |
|Branch/service||Royal Netherlands East Indies Army|
|Years of service||1942-1945|
|Unit||Netherlands Indies Civil Administration|
He was educated at a Dutch school and attended Indological training at Leiden University under Christiaan Snouck Hurgronje who recommended him to the Homegrown Council. There he worked as an administrator. In 1919 he became secretary of the Dutch embassy in Jeddah in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia since 1916. In 1932 he became deputy consul in Mecca and therefore the highest representative of the Netherlands. Just before the outbreak of World War II he was a senior official in New Guinea.
From March 1944 he was a consultant in the public service of Deputy Governor General Hubertus van Mook that the Dutch government from outside the Dutch East Indies tried to restore with the Dutch Nederlansch Indies Civil Administration (NICA), from 1946 the Allied Military Administration Civil Affairs Branch (AMACAB) and after the departure of the British Department of Temporary Administration troops. He was temporarily, the highest authority figure in the Dutch East Indies in Brisbane. He also played a role in the restoration of authority in the East Indies. He was appointed a resident (as a colonel in the KNIL) from Maluku.
He played an active role in the preparations for constitutional changes and was formed in 1946 in the United States Secretary of State for public affairs. At the end of 1947, he served as Governor General of the Dutch East Indies. He was the envoy of the Dutch delegation led by the United Nations negotiating the independence of Indonesia.
In the Renville negotiations, Abdulkadir was the envoy of the Dutch delegation. The Renville negotiations took place on December 8, 1947. Abdulkadir, who signed this agreement, represented the Dutch.
Formation of the State of Pasundan
Abdulkadir, who served as Recomba (governor) of West Java, took the initiative to hold the first conference on 12-19 October 1947. He invited as a participant in the conference of former republican resident in Bogor R.A.A Hilman Djajadiningrat who was appointed as chairman.
After Indonesia's independence, he continued to live there. He was treated like a pariah and emigrated to the Netherlands in 1951. He died in 1992 in The Hague and was later buried in the family grave in Karanganyar.
- Media, Kompas Cyber (2022-02-18). "Abdulkadir Widjojoatmodjo, Delegasi Belanda dalam Perjanjian Renville Halaman all". KOMPAS.com (in Indonesian). Retrieved 2022-06-24.