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Dirty War. About 30,000 people disappeared, many of whom were impossible to formally report due to the nature of state terrorism. The justification for the Dirty War was the armed actions of the Montoneros and the ERP. From 1969 to 1979, there were 239 kidnappings and 1,020 murders by the guerrillas.
“Argentina’s new government wants to erase the memory of those terrible years and is putting the brakes on the continuation of trials,” says Taty Almeida, 86, whose 20-year-old son, Alejandro, disappeared in 1975. Four decades on and 2,037 marches later, the mothers are still marching.
The Vanished Gallery: Information about the thousands of disappeared persons in Argentina, during the 1976-1983 dictatorship, Secret Detention centers, Tortured and Murdered people, Junta Members, Cited Repressors, the 1982 Falklands War, and more
I’m a child of Argentina’s ‘disappeared’. Jorgelina is one of an estimated 500 children of 30,000 “disappeared” people to have been kidnapped by the government or born in detention during the military dictatorship that ran the country from 1976 to 1983.
The Disappeared People of Argentina. One of the most fascinating components of this movie is the reaction it generates, particularly amongst the older generation of Argentines, who have physically lived through this violent epoch of their country’s history and can personally relate to the story.
Oct 12, 2015 · Thousands upon thousands of Argentines — at least 10,000 and possibly as many as 30,000, according to some human rights groups — became los desaparecidos, the disappeared.
Project Disappeared is a joint project of several human rights organizations and activists with the purpose of recovering and maintaining memory, understanding what happened in Argentina during the “dirty war” and fighting against impunity.
Painful search for Argentina’s disappeared. In the late 1970s he was a mechanic who worked in the different islands of the Parana Delta, 200km (12.4 miles) north of the capital, Buenos Aires. “I …
Argentina. In addition, the forced disappearances was the military junta’s attempt to silence the opposition and break the determination of the guerrillas. People murdered in this way (and in others) are today referred to as “the disappeared” ( los desaparecidos ).
Mar 27, 2008 · Storyline. “The Disappeared” relives the horrors of Argentina’s Dirty War (1976-83) through the experience of Horacio Pietragalla, a young man raised by the maid of the officer who kidnapped him after the military brutally murdered his parents. The film follows Horacio as he reconstructs the cause for which his real parents gave their lives, and,
Sep 14, 2012 · The Disappeared is an experimental documentary unraveling the story of an action-drama feature film produced by the Israeli Army in the year 2000 and censored just a few weeks before its release. “The Disappeared” relives the horrors of Argentina’s Dirty War (1976-83) through the experience of Horacio Pietragalla, a young man raised by the
Jun 19, 2015 · Subscribe! http://skr.cm/SubscribeToStories Thousands of people disappeared from Argentina during the Dirty War and never returned. Today, their families still search
The novel The Disappeared by Gloria Whelan was a very good historical fiction book. It is during the time of the Dirty War which took place in Argentina from 1976-1983. The storyline is a little of a stretch, but it worked well. This book is about a college student who goes against the dictatorship in Argentina and is then taken away by the