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Films depicting Latin American military dictatorships

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Films depicting Latin American military dictatorships

This is a list of movies that are related to the military dictatorships in Latin America that appeared during the context of the Cold War.

Contents

  • Argentina 1
  • Brazil 2
  • Chile 3
  • Dominican Republic 4
  • El Salvador 5
  • Guatemala 6
  • Nicaragua 7
  • Paraguay 8
  • Operation Condor 9
  • See also 10
  • Notes 11

Argentina

Brazil

Chile

Dominican Republic

El Salvador

Guatemala

Nicaragua

Paraguay

Operation Condor

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Robin, Marie-Monique. "Escadrons de la mort, l'école française". Video in French, Spanish and English, with Spanish subtitles. Retrieved 2009-04-16. 
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