September 11: Forty Years Later

| September 11, 2013


by Carlos Torres | Socialist Project | Click HERE to read article On September 11, millions of Chileans commemorate 40 years since the coup d’état in which the Palace of La Moneda in Santiago was attacked by warplanes and President Salvador Allende died fighting the conspirators. This event marked years of state terrorism and bloodshed in our country and the fortieth anniversary of the assault has been a political and emotional recollection for our friends and comrades from around the world.


by Carlos Torres | Socialist Project | Click HERE to read article

On September 11, millions of Chileans commemorate 40 years since the coup d’état in which the Palace of La Moneda in Santiago was attacked by warplanes and President Salvador Allende died fighting the conspirators. This event marked years of state terrorism and bloodshed in our country and the fortieth anniversary of the assault has been a political and emotional recollection for our friends and comrades from around the world.

See also: Remembering Chile’s 9/11: democracy’s final triumph over General Pinochet| The Guardian

Allende vive: Latin America’s left and the reunion of socialism and democracy | Rabble.ca

40 Years On: Remembering the First 9/11 | CounterPunch

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