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The horrors of ‘the first 9/11’ are routinely overlooked
09-08-2017, 04:17 PM,
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The horrors of ‘the first 9/11’ are routinely overlooked
The horrors of ‘the first 9/11’ are routinely overlooked

<p>On September 11, 1973, Salvador Allende’s democratic government in Chile was ousted by United States-backed forces in one of the Cold War’s defining moments. Allende himself was killed during the coup while his presidential palace, La Moneda, was extensively bombed. Many thousands of Chileans were either murdered, “disappeared”, imprisoned, and coerced to emigrate or enter exile. Allende’s widow and family were forced to go into hiding in Mexico for many years.</p>


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