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PRESIDENTE PINOCHET, LIBERTADOR DE CHILE Por la verdad histórica del 11 de Septiembre de 1973 By GONZALO TOWNSEND PINOCHET
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Obra que pretende educar,y defender, a las personas en la verdad histórica del 11 de Septiembre de 1973. Promulgando las verdaderas causas del Pronunciamiento Militar en Chile, las acciones y... More > reacciones de la época y hasta la fecha. También se da a conocer la formación de un nuevo partido político, Acción Pinochetista Unitaria,APU, la cual tiene el propósito de esclarecer la imagen del fallecido ex Presidente, Comandante En Jefe Del Ejército, General Augusto José Ramón Pinochet Ugarte.< Less
PRESIDENTE PINOCHET, LIBERTADOR DE CHILE Por la verdad histórica del 11 de Septiembre de 1973 By GONZALO TOWNSEND PINOCHET
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Obra que pretende educar,y defender, a las personas en la verdad histórica del 11 de Septiembre de 1973. Promulgando las verdaderas causas del Pronunciamiento Militar en Chile, las acciones y... More > reacciones de la época y hasta la fecha. También se da a conocer la formación de un nuevo partido político, Acción Pinochetista Unitaria,APU, la cual tiene el propósito de esclarecer la imagen del fallecido ex Presidente, Comandante En Jefe Del Ejército, General Augusto José Ramón Pinochet Ugarte.< Less
Religion and Politics in Pinochet’s Chile: The Case of Bishops Enrique Alvear and Fernando Ariztía By Mario Aguilar Benítez
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This book explores the contribution of Bishops Enrique Alvear and Fernando Ariztia to the church in Chile and particularly to the defense of the persecuted after the military coup of 1973
Religion and Politics in Pinochet’s Chile: The Case of Bishops Enrique Alvear and Fernando Ariztía By Mario Aguilar Benítez
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This book explores the contribution of Bishops Enrique Alvear and Fernando Ariztia to the church in Chile and particularly to the defense of the persecuted after the military coup of 1973
1973 By Dante Marinetti
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When the world around you is changing and the truths you believed no longer exist, what do you do? 1973 takes the reader to Santiago at the most turbulent time in Chile's history. Pedro Pablo, a... More > young doctor is faced with a decision that will change his life forever, stay quiet? or make a stand?< Less
Identification of Human Remains (N.N.) at Patio 29 General Cemetery Santiago, Chile, August 2010 By Mario Aguilar Benítez
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One of the Chilean locations where illegal burials took place more systematically between September 1973 and March 1974 was area 29 of the Santiago General Cemetery where crosses with no name (N.N.)... More > marked the burial place of simple coffins containing sometimes more than one body. It is difficult to know why these bodies were brought to the patio 29 and others left on the streets. The striking fact was that the iron crosses with the name N.N. were visible to everybody but nobody was able to request the digging of the graves and identify those human remains until Chile’s return to democracy in 1990. This work outlines the history of this area 29 of the Santiago General Cemetery and the silence that surrounded this piece of Chilean memory, including the confusion within the process of identification of human remains that has to be sorted with the help of forensic experts and scientists from several academic institutions outside Chile.< Less
The Ovens of Lonquén: Historiography, Memory and Human Rights By Mario Aguilar Benitez
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During the last weekend of March of 2010 the remains of thirteen people were buried in Isla de Maipo. The human remains were those of the majority of men, fifteen in total, who had been arrested and... More > killed by the Carabineros on 7 October 1973, almost a month after the Chilean military coup. The bodies had been exhumed from the Isla de Maipo Parish Cemetery in 2006, sent to the Servicio Médico Legal (SML) in Santiago, and later delivered to a forensic laboratory in Texas for identification. This is their story.< Less
Identification of Human Remains (N.N.) at Patio 29 General Cemetery Santiago, Chile, August 2010 By Mario Aguilar Benítez
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One of the Chilean locations where illegal burials took place more systematically between September 1973 and March 1974 was area 29 of the Santiago General Cemetery where crosses with no name (N.N.)... More > marked the burial place of simple coffins containing sometimes more than one body. It is difficult to know why these bodies were brought to the patio 29 and others left on the streets. The striking fact was that the iron crosses with the name N.N. were visible to everybody but nobody was able to request the digging of the graves and identify those human remains until Chile’s return to democracy in 1990. This work outlines the history of this area 29 of the Santiago General Cemetery and the silence that surrounded this piece of Chilean memory, including the confusion within the process of identification of human remains that has to be sorted with the help of forensic experts and scientists from several academic institutions outside Chile.< Less
The Ovens of Lonquén: Historiography, Memory and Human Rights By Mario Aguilar Benitez
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During the last weekend of March of 2010 the remains of thirteen people were buried in Isla de Maipo. The human remains were those of the majority of men, fifteen in total, who had been arrested and... More > killed by the Carabineros on 7 October 1973, almost a month after the Chilean military coup. The bodies had been exhumed from the Isla de Maipo Parish Cemetery in 2006, sent to the Servicio Médico Legal (SML) in Santiago, and later delivered to a forensic laboratory in Texas for identification. This is their story.< Less
Identification of Human Remains (N.N.) at Patio 29, General Cemetery Santiago, Chile, March 2011 By Mario I. Aguilar
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After the military coup of 11 September 1973 thousands of suspects and supporters of the Popular Unity government were arrested while hundreds were killed. In many cases the bodies of those who had... More > been arrested, tortured and executed by the military were left on the streets of Santiago or floating on the Mapocho River. Thus, many illegal burials took place without the relatives of the dead knowing what had happened to their relatives or where their bodies had been buried. One of the locations where illegal burials took place more systematically between September 1973 and March 1974 was area 29 of the Santiago General Cemetery where crosses with no name (N.N.) marked the burial place of simple coffins containing sometimes more than one body. This work outlines the new identification of human remains related to the disappeared and the executed during the military regime of Patio 29 of the Santiago General Cemetery announced during March 2011.< Less

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