Broadcasting the Civil War in El Salvador: A Memoir of Guerrilla Radio

By Carlos Henríquez Consalvi; Charles Leo Nagle V et al. | Go to book overview

Index
Alvarado, Ninoska. See Diana
Amaya Márquez, Rufina, 84
Ana Lidia, 186–189, 212
Arce Zablah, Rafael, xxviii; as described by: Atilio, 15; Benito; 53; Chele César 47; Franco 60–61
Argueta, Silvio de Jesús. See Licho
Atilio [Joaquin Villalobos], 9, 135; and decision to release Blandón’s orders, 141; describing origins of insurgency in Morazán, 11–12; describing Rafael Arce Zablah, 15; and kidnapping of father by army, 143–144; and Operation Trojan Horse, 194–210; promoting guerrilla discipline 63; and relationship with Marcela, 146
Atlacatl Battalion, 62; and El Mozote Massacre 82–86, 185; and Operation Trojan Horse amid Torola IV,194–210. See also Monterrosa, Col. Domingo
Balta [Juan Ramón Medrano], 53, 78
Battle of El Moscarrón, 100–109
Belloso Batallion, 136–137
Benito, and origins of guerrilla militancy in Morazán, 53
Blandón, General, and bombing of civilian populations, 141
Brigada Rafael Arce Zablah [BRAZ]. See Rafael Arce Zablah Brigade
Cacajuatique, and guerrilla assault on army communications center 140–141
Carlos [Caroll Ishee], 111; death of, 148
Castaño, El [Centro Reino de la Paz], xxvi–xxvii
Castillo, Col. Francsico Adolfo, 107–112, 139; and prisoner exchange, 176–177
Cave of Passions, 91
Cayetano Carpio, Salvador, xxix
Centro Reino de la Paz. See Castaño, El
Chele César [Santos Lino Ramírez], and interview with Medina Garay, 154, 177–180; and meeting Arce Zablah and beginning guerrilla insurgency in Morazán, 47–48
Chiyo [Lucio Vásquez], 56–57
civil war, and casualty figures, xviii; and human rights violations, xx
Clelia, 4, 61, 141–142; death of 146
Consalvi, Carlos Henríquez. See Santiago
Cruz, Col. Adalberto, and execution of guerrillas, 173–174
Cruz Cruz, Capt. Marcelo. See Juan
D’Aubuisson, Roberto, description of, 86; and ties to death squads, 197
Diana [Ninoska Alvarado, CIA assassin], 147–148
Ejército Revolucionario del Pueblo [ERP]. See Peoples’ Revolution Army
Ellacuría, Father Ignacio, 217
Farabundo Martí Front for National Liberation [Frente Farabundo Martí para la Liberación Nacional–FMLN], and description of five guerrilla fronts, xliv; general command in Morazán in 1983, 161
February 28 Popular League [Liga Popular 28 de Febrero–LP-28], as front for ERP, xxx

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents ix
  • Preface xiii
  • List of Acronyms xv
  • Introduction - Peasant Insurgency and Guerrilla Radio in Northern Morazán, El Salvador xvii
  • 1980 1
  • 1981 17
  • 1982 89
  • 1983 121
  • 1984 169
  • Epilogue, 1992 217
  • Epilogue, 2003 223
  • Epilogue, 2009 225
  • Index 227
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