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  • Photos of the young 'disappeared'
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    Photos of the young 'disappeared'
    Photos of young 'disappeared' in Argentina during the military dictatorship, placed on a notice board at the office of the association 'Mothers of Piazza di Maggio', formed by the mothers of the 'desaparecidos', who have only one objective, which is to protest against the disappearance of their children and to demand to have them back. 1982.

    MONDADORI PORTFOLIO/Sergio Del Grande
  • Alberto Salami at a meeting with the mothers of the 'desaparecidos' (the 'disappeared')
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    Alberto Salami at a meeting with the mothers of the 'desaparecidos' (the 'disappeared')
    Alberto Salami, envoy of Epoca, at a meeting with the mothers of the 'desaparecidos' (the 'disappeared') at the office of the association 'Mothers of Piazza di Maggio', whose single objective is to protest against the disappearance of their children and to demand to have them back. Buenos Aires, November 1982.

    MONDADORI PORTFOLIO/Sergio Del Grande
  • ESMA basement
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    ESMA basement
    The Escuela Superior de Mecánica de la Armada, commonly referred to by its acronym ESMA was originally an educational facility of the Argentine Navy. It was used as an illegal, secret detention center during the so-called National Reorganization Process of Argentina's 1976–1983 military dictatorship. Now The former ESMA is a space of memory, for awareness of human rights.
    In the photo the basement where the prisoners were tortured.

    Mondadori Portfolio/Archivio Claudia Beretta/Claudia Beretta
  • Esma, the capucha
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    Esma, the capucha
    The Escuela Superior de Mecánica de la Armada, commonly referred to by its acronym ESMA was originally an educational facility of the Argentine Navy. It was used as an illegal, secret detention center during the so-called National Reorganization Process of Argentina's 1976–1983 military dictatorship. Now The former ESMA is a space of memory, for awareness of human rights. Here the attic of the buildingm, in spanish capucha, where the prisoners were detained in chain, with a hood on the face. Buenos Aires, December 7th 2017

    Mondadori Portfolio/Archivio Claudia Beretta/Claudia Beretta
  • The ESMA front entrance
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    The ESMA front entrance
    The Escuela Superior de Mecánica de la Armada, commonly referred to by its acronym ESMA was originally an educational facility of the Argentine Navy. It was used as an illegal, secret detention center during the so-called National Reorganization Process of Argentina's 1976–1983 military dictatorship. Now The former ESMA is a space of memory, for awareness of human rights.

    Mondadori Portfolio/Archivio Claudia Beretta/Claudia Beretta
  • ESMA
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    ESMA
    The Escuela Superior de Mecánica de la Armada, commonly referred to by its acronym ESMA was originally an educational facility of the Argentine Navy. It was used as an illegal, secret detention center during the so-called National Reorganization Process of Argentina's 1976–1983 military dictatorship. Now The former ESMA is a space of memory, for awareness of human rights.

    Mondadori Portfolio/Archivio Claudia Beretta/Claudia Beretta
  • ESMA, Culture and memory centre
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    ESMA, Culture and memory centre
    The Escuela Superior de Mecánica de la Armada, commonly referred to by its acronym ESMA was originally an educational facility of the Argentine Navy. It was used as an illegal, secret detention center during the so-called National Reorganization Process of Argentina's 1976–1983 military dictatorship. Now The former ESMA is a space of memory, for awareness of human rights.

    Mondadori Portfolio/Archivio Claudia Beretta/Claudia Beretta
  • ESMA, the main coutyard
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    ESMA, the main coutyard
    The Escuela Superior de Mecánica de la Armada, commonly referred to by its acronym ESMA was originally an educational facility of the Argentine Navy. It was used as an illegal, secret detention center during the so-called National Reorganization Process of Argentina's 1976–1983 military dictatorship. Now The former ESMA is a space of memory, for awareness of human rights. The ESMA main courtyard. Buenos Aires, December 7th 2017

    Mondadori Portfolio/Archivio Claudia Beretta/Claudia Beretta
  • Victim faces
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    Victim faces
    The Escuela Superior de Mecánica de la Armada, commonly referred to by its acronym ESMA was originally an educational facility of the Argentine Navy. It was used as an illegal, secret detention center during the so-called National Reorganization Process of Argentina's 1976–1983 military dictatorship. Now The former ESMA is a space of memory, for awareness of human rights. On the windows of main building there are the pictures of the 30,000 victims of argentinian dictatorship. Buenos Aires, december 7th 2017

    Mondadori Portfolio/Archivio Claudia Beretta/Claudia Beretta
  • ESMA the main building
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    ESMA the main building
    The Escuela Superior de Mecánica de la Armada, commonly referred to by its acronym ESMA was originally an educational facility of the Argentine Navy. It was used as an illegal, secret detention center during the so-called National Reorganization Process of Argentina's 1976–1983 military dictatorship. Now The former ESMA is a space of memory, for awareness of human rights. Buenos Aires, December 7th 2017

    Mondadori Portfolio/Archivio Claudia Beretta/Claudia Beretta
  • ESMA: the radio and publishing building
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    ESMA: the radio and publishing building
    The Escuela Superior de Mecánica de la Armada, commonly referred to by its acronym ESMA was originally an educational facility of the Argentine Navy. It was used as an illegal, secret detention center during the so-called National Reorganization Process of Argentina's 1976–1983 military dictatorship. Now The former ESMA is a space of memory, for awareness of human rights. The ESMA building with radio and publishing house. Buenos Aires, december 7th 2017

    Mondadori Portfolio/Archivio Claudia Beretta/Claudia Beretta
  • Verdict ESMA Clandestine detention center case
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    Verdict ESMA Clandestine detention center case
    November 29, 2017 - INT. 2017, November 29; Buenos Aires City, Argentina.- Human rights organizations manifestate at Comodoro Py Courts of Justice waiting for the verdict in the oral trial for humanity crimes committed at ESMA clandestine detention center. The judgement began on November 28, 2012. It is the greatest trial in Argentina's history: 54 repressors are prosecuted for human crimes committed against 789 victims; more than 800 witnesses, among them many survivors, have declared..The ESMA was one of the biggest clandestine detention centers of Argentina during the last military-civic dictatorship. (Credit Image: © via ZUMA Wire)

    ZUMAPRESS.com/MONDADORI PORTFOLIO
  • Plaza de Mayo in Buenos Aires
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    Plaza de Mayo in Buenos Aires
    View of Plaza de Mayo with the 'Casa Rosada', seat of the offices of Argentine presidency. Buenos Aires, 1970s

    Mario De Biasi per Mondadori Portfolio
  • Plaza de Mayo in Buenos Aires
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    Plaza de Mayo in Buenos Aires
    View of Plaza de Mayo with the 'Casa Rosada', seat of the offices of Argentine presidency. Buenos Aires, 1970s

    Mario De Biasi per Mondadori Portfolio
  • Plaza de Mayo in Buenos Aires
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    Plaza de Mayo in Buenos Aires
    View of Plaza de Mayo with the 'Casa Rosada', seat of the offices of Argentine presidency. Buenos Aires, November 1957

    Mario De Biasi per Mondadori Portfolio
  • The United Officers' Group (GOU) military coup
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    The United Officers' Group (GOU) military coup
    Buses in flames in Plaza de Mayo during the United Officers' Group (GOU) military coup. Buenos Aires, 4th June 1943

    MONDADORI PORTFOLIO
  • Buenos Aires, demonstration of the
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    Buenos Aires, demonstration of the
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    Buenos Aires, demonstration of the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo Jochem Wijnands

    MONDADORI PORTFOLIO/AKG Images
  • Argentine flags. Casa Rosada. Plaza de Mayo. Buenos Aires. Argentina.
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    Argentine flags. Casa Rosada. Plaza de Mayo. Buenos Aires. Argentina.

    MONDADORI PORTFOLIO/AGE
  • Buenos Aires, demonstration of the
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    Buenos Aires, demonstration of the
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    ORIGINAL:

    Buenos Aires, demonstration of the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo Jochem Wijnands

    MONDADORI PORTFOLIO/AKG Images
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    Manifestation de parents d'opposants exécutés par les services de sécurité de la dictature du général Auguste Pinochet (Santiago du Chili-1986).

    MONDADORI PORTFOLIO/LEEMAGE