Directed by Marcela Zamora. "In the Salvadoran civil war, my father and thousands more were captured and tortured by the State. These are some of their stories. When I turned 33, my mother told me that my father, during the Salvadoran civil war, had been captured and tortured for 33 days by the National Police. Two years later I had the courage to ask him and other men and women about those days. These people do not ask for...

Directed by Marcela Zamora. "In the Salvadoran civil war, my father and thousands more were captured and tortured by the State. These are some of their stories. When I turned 33, my mother told me that my father, during the Salvadoran civil war, had been captured and tortured for 33 days by the National Police. Two years later I had the courage to ask him and other men and women about those days. These people do not ask for...

Beyond Displacement: Campesinos, Refugees, and Collective Action in the Salvadoran Civil War by Molly Todd

Beyond Displacement: Campesinos, Refugees, and Collective Action in the Salvadoran Civil War by Molly Todd

Rebel Salvadoran soldier boy combatant in Perquin, El Salvador 1990, during the Salvadoran Civil War.  ERP combatants in Perquín, El Salvador in 1990

Rebel Salvadoran soldier boy combatant in Perquin, El Salvador 1990, during the Salvadoran Civil War. ERP combatants in Perquín, El Salvador in 1990

Mitt Romney, Bain, Reagan And Salvadorian Death Squads…  August 8, 2012

Mitt Romney, Bain, Reagan And Salvadorian Death Squads… August 8, 2012

Robert Nickelsberg, San Miguel, El Salvador, 1983. Portrait of a Popular Revolutionary Forces (ERP) guerrilla as she stands in front of a Salvadoran government building occupied during an attack, San Miguel, El Salvador, September 1, 1983. At the time, the country was engaged in what became a 13-year Civil War between successive right-wing governments (backed by the US and others) and various armed guerrilla factions that eventually claimed over 75,000 lives before ending in 1992.

Robert Nickelsberg, San Miguel, El Salvador, 1983. Portrait of a Popular Revolutionary Forces (ERP) guerrilla as she stands in front of a Salvadoran government building occupied during an attack, San Miguel, El Salvador, September 1, 1983. At the time, the country was engaged in what became a 13-year Civil War between successive right-wing governments (backed by the US and others) and various armed guerrilla factions that eventually claimed over 75,000 lives before ending in 1992.

In the Name of the People : El Salvador's Civil War 1985 DOCUMENTARY - YouTube

In the Name of the People : El Salvador's Civil War 1985 DOCUMENTARY - YouTube

FMLN Guerrilla during the Salvadoran Civil war

FMLN Guerrilla during the Salvadoran Civil war

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