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  • 1952-1954, Guatemala(156 clicks)
    Foreign Relations, 1952-1954 Guatemala Editor: Susan Holly General Editor: David S. Patterson
  • A Case History of Communist Penetration, Guatemala(127 clicks)
    "This pamphlet discusses communist colonial expansion attempts, into the Western Hemisphere, by gaining political control of the government of Guatemala. Collaborating writer, Dulles, John F.; Author, Department of State. Government Printing Office, April 1957."
  • CIA and Assassinations: The Guatemala 1954 Documents(143 clicks)
    Documents the involvement of the CIA in the overthrow of the Arbenz government
  • CIA and Assassinations: The Guatemala 1954 Documents(134 clicks)
    These documents, including an instructional guide on assassination found among the training files of the CIA's covert "Operation PBSUCCESS," were among several hundred records released by the Agency on May 23, 1997 on its involvement in the infamous 1954 coup in Guatemala
  • El Movimiento de Liberación Nacional(127 clicks)
    The site says: " El Movimiento de Liberación Nacional está hipotecado a los deseos de nuestro pueblo y a las esperanzas de todo un Continente que quiere una Guatemala que no sea un peligro para la seguridad y la paz."
  • Guatemala Documentation Project(126 clicks)
    Fron the National Security Archive
  • Guatemala Documentation Project(116 clicks)
  • Guatemala: Memory of Silence(123 clicks)
    The main purpose of the Report is to place on record Guatemala’s recent, bloody past. Although many are aware that Guatemala’s armed confrontation caused death and destruction, the gravity of the abuses suffered repeatedly by its people has yet to become part of the national consciousness. The massacres that eliminated entire Mayan rural communities belong to the same reality as the persecution of the urban political opposition, trade union leaders, priests and catechists. These are neither perfidious allegations, nor figments of the imagination, but an authentic chapter in Guatemala’s history.
  • Guatemalan Military: What the U.S. Files Reveal (116 clicks)
  • Guatemalan Photo Gallery(119 clicks)
    By Dirck Du Flon. Taken over several years.
  • Hidden Wars: Guatemala(153 clicks)
  • Historia del Militar de la República de Guatemala(224 clicks)
    The Guatemalan army presents its version of its history.
  • Jennifer Harbury / Efrain Bamaca and Other Human Rights Cases(109 clicks)
    The site says ". . . a Harvard-educated lawyer whose three-year quest to find her Guatemalan husband has revealed high-level involvement between the CIA and the Guatemalan military in his capture, torture, and murder."
  • Lest We Forget(124 clicks)
    Transcript on Guatemala from the PBS Series on history of CIA.
  • Maroons & Free Blacks in Spanish America in the 1600s(128 clicks)
  • Massacre at Río Negro(142 clicks)
    The murder of 70 men by a conservative paramilitary group on March 13, 1982.
  • Memory of Silence(134 clicks)
    From the 1960s until 1996, Guatemala suffered internal violence. The army, in particular, was notorious for abusing the population. This is the report of the Historical Clarification Commission.
  • Operación Sofía: Documentando Genocidia en Guatemala(136 clicks)
  • The Cost of Conflict(114 clicks)
    "For centuries the question of the Belize/Guatemala territorial issue has hampered and stunted economic growth and development in Belize and retarded commercial relations between these two countries. A concerted effort has been made in the past to improve and normalize relations through diplomatic channels and negotiations."
  • The Final Battle: Ríos Montt's Counterinsurgency Campaign(151 clicks)
    U.S. and Guatemalan Documents Describe the Strategy Behind Scorched Earth
  • The Guatemalan Military: What the U.S. Files Reveal(139 clicks)
    by Kate Dolye of the National Security Archive. The military has often played a brutal role in Guatemalan history.
  • U.S. Policy in Guatemala, 1966-1996(127 clicks)
    National Security Archive.
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