Guatemala: State of siege

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Title:
Guatemala: State of siege
UUID:
9b78dffb-14e0-475f-a2f3-cd26f8b63bfa
Date - creation:
1980-08-24
Description:
Leftist guerrillas have been active in Guatemala for-20 years. But what is now alarming conservatives is that the traditionally passive indians are joining the rebel ranks for the first time., political violence in Central America has spread since president Somoza was overthrown in Nicaragua last year, In Guatemala, terrorism on both the left and the right has polarized society, reaching the point where hopes for a peaceful and moderate solution are quickly disappearing. Estos archivos son recortes de periódico y documentos recopilados por Inforpress Centroamericana bajo el tema de Violencia en Guatemala. Toda la colección está ordenada cronológicamente y trata sobre los distintos tipos de violencia en Guatemala entre los años 1978 y 1981: la violencia política, la violencia generada durante el conflicto armado interno y la violencia común.
Digital identifier:
cirma_inforpress_0088_406
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Condition of material:
parte 5 de 21 / Digitized photocopies of a story on Guatemala in the New York Times Magazine.
Notes:
Redactor.,Nota: Fotocopia de artículo Nos. 4-13 a 4-22, includes image or photograph / incluye imagen o fotografía
Publishers:
The New York Times
Type of resource:
Volume:
88
Contributors:
(Contributor) Alan Riding
Subject - Geographic coverage:
Miami, EEUU
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