"Los Caracoles", la parte chilena de la ruta entre Argentina y Chile, cruzando la Cordillera de los Andes. (Por Pa-DeeDee)

Valparaiso, Chile

Valparaiso, Chile

Violeta Parra

Violeta Parra

Chile 1973 La quema de libros se inicia con el allanamiento de la Editorial Quimantú, que editaba libros a bajo precio para estudiantes y trabajadores, en donde se destruyeron, entre otras, todas las ediciones de las Obras Completas de Ernesto Che Guevara. La destrucción de libros tocó también a los particulares, cuyas viviendas eran allanadas en busca de armas o libros “indebidos”.

Chile 1973 La quema de libros se inicia con el allanamiento de la Editorial Quimantú, que editaba libros a bajo precio para estudiantes y trabajadores, en donde se destruyeron, entre otras, todas las ediciones de las Obras Completas de Ernesto Che Guevara. La destrucción de libros tocó también a los particulares, cuyas viviendas eran allanadas en busca de armas o libros “indebidos”.

VICTOR JARA - revolutionary Chilean singer, abducted in the 1973 coup d'etat and taken to the national stadium in Santiago. The soldiers tortured him, breaking his hands and taunting him to "play the guitar now". He was killed by 44 machine-gun bullets, and his body was found dumped in a shanty town in Santiago.

VICTOR JARA - revolutionary Chilean singer, abducted in the 1973 coup d'etat and taken to the national stadium in Santiago. The soldiers tortured him, breaking his hands and taunting him to "play the guitar now". He was killed by 44 machine-gun bullets, and his body was found dumped in a shanty town in Santiago.

11 de septiembre, 1973     ANONYMOUS, THE NEW YORK TIMES.     El presidente democrático de Chile, Salvador Allende, momentos antes de su muerte durante el golpe de estado, en el palacio presidencial de la Moneda, en la capital Santiago de Chile.

11 de septiembre, 1973 ANONYMOUS, THE NEW YORK TIMES. El presidente democrático de Chile, Salvador Allende, momentos antes de su muerte durante el golpe de estado, en el palacio presidencial de la Moneda, en la capital Santiago de Chile.

Military jets bombed the presidential palace in Santiago, Chile, in the 1973 coup against President Salvador Allende’s government. The intervention of the C.I.A. in Allende’s downfall is more than relevant today, as it is clear that American presidents continue to believe that it is their right to meddle, intrude and spy wherever they believe the interests and security of their country are in peril — in other words, anywhere and everywhere.

9/11: The Day Everything Changed, in Chile

Military jets bombed the presidential palace in Santiago, Chile, in the 1973 coup against President Salvador Allende’s government. The intervention of the C.I.A. in Allende’s downfall is more than relevant today, as it is clear that American presidents continue to believe that it is their right to meddle, intrude and spy wherever they believe the interests and security of their country are in peril — in other words, anywhere and everywhere.

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