Chile, Pinochet and the Caravan of Death Paperback – 30 Jun 2001
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This is an important and influential book for anyone interested in Chile, Latin American politics, the role of the military, human rights, and U.S.-Chilean relations.... Readable. informative, and at times deeply moving. - Paul E. Sigmund; ""This unforgettable book offers a detailed and passionate account of the so-called Caraver of Death,' the extermination mission ordered by Pinochet and carried cut by General Arellano in 1973. Patricia Verdugo, whose father was tortured to death by the regime, was the most outspoken and courageous journalist during Chile's long dictatorship. Her research is now being used as key evidence in the proceedings against the dictator and his accomplices."" - Isabelle Allende
This narrative offers evidence of the mass execution of 72 political prisoners that began General Augusto Pinochet's 20 year dictatorship. The killings terrorized Chile. This edition includes a description of Chile's judical hearings to strip the General of his immunity.See all Product description
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