Post- armed conflict

Lately, I’ve been reading (and in some cases, re-reading) books on the history of Guatemala, many of which address the country’s 36-year armed conflict, and its long-term effects. Today, this photo-essay on Upside Down World by James Rodriguez, on the exhumation of remains of wartime victims, appeared on my Guatemalan Google alert. The powerful pictures and words speak for themselves.

(I’m not sure why, but to view this link, you’ll need to paste the address below into your browser. Please be warned: the images are disturbing.)



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