Colección Conflicto Armado del Museo de la Palabra y la Imagen
Political propaganda from the period of the Salvadoran armed conflict (1980-1992), produced primarily by clandestine groups and solidarity organizations, as well as the military. The posters contain artwork and photos criticizing U.S. intervention in the conflict, announcing protests, and calling attention to government atrocities.
Source: Colección Conflicto Armado del Museo de la Palabra y la Imagen
SCOPE AND CONTENT
|FORMAT||Political posters||PHYSICAL REPOSITORY||The Museo de la Palabra y la Imagen is a foundation dedicated to the investigation, preservation, and dissemination of the historical and cultural patrimony of El Salvador, with a focus on rescuing archives and audio files on social movements in the wake of the Salvadoran Civil War.
|LANGUAGES||Spanish, English, German, Italian, French, Dutch|
|GEOGRAPHIC AREA||El Salvador|
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