La verdad bajo la tierra: Guatemala, el genocidio silenciado

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Art Blume, 2006 - History - 169 pages
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An attempt to document the humanitarian crisis suffered by the indigenous tribes of Guatemala, the images in this collection bring to light a topic that is little-known around the world. In addition to the black-and-white photographs, the book includes a chronology of events as well as various essays written by different leaders and writers that place these events within a historical context.   Documentando la tragedia humanitaria que han sufrido los pueblos ind genas de Guatemala desde 1954 a 1986, las im genes en esta colecci n intentan poner al descubierto un tema poco reconocido a nivel mundial. Adem s de las fotograf as en blanco y negro, se incluyen en este libro una cronolog a de eventos, al igual que varios ensayos escritos por diferentes l deres y escritores que sit an los eventos dentro de un contexto hist rico.

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Contents

Section 1
62
Section 2
66
Section 3
68
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About the author (2006)

\Miquel Dewever-Plana is a member of the French photography agency VU. He received the Humanity Photo Award nomination in 2000 for his photography.

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