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THE DIRTY WAR part 4: The Torture of Dr Norberto Liwsky (file No. 7397) [Warning: This material is graphic and highly disturbing in nature.]

Nunca Mas "Never Again" Argentina's Dirty War

ARGENTINA AND THE DIRTY WAR The Dirty War (or Guerra Sucia) was a period of state-sponsored violence in Argentina from 1976 until 1983. Among the thousands of victims were left-wing activists, students, journalists, doctors, artists, guerillas and those thought to be guerillas. The numbers of those killed or kidnapped in “forced disappearances” (los desaparecidos) range […]

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THE DIRTY WAR part 3: Tour of a Secret Detention, Torture and Extermination Center

Nunca-Mas

Background After the death of President Juan Peron in 1974 Isabel Peron, his wife and vice president assumed power as president of Argentina.  However, she proved to be weak politically and on 24 March 1976 she was overthrown by a military coup d’état which resulted in a seven year campaign of state sponsored violence against […]

THE DIRTY WAR part 2: Kissinger Memorandum

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 A 13 page Memorandum of Conversation declassified on July 1, 2004, shows that in 1976 U.S. Secretary of State Henry Kissinger played a key role in assuring Argentina’s military rulers that their antiterrorist campaign involving the disappearance, torture and assassination of at least 15,000 people — many of whom were not combatants — would not […]

THE DIRTY WAR part 1: The USA, Operation Condor & Argentina’s Dirty War

Kissinger y Guzzetti

Background After the death of President Juan Peron in 1974 Isabel Peron, his wife and vice president assumed power as president of Argentina.  However, she proved to be weak politically and on 24 March 1976 she was overthrown by a military coup d’état which resulted in a seven year campaign of state sponsored violence against […]

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