Exhuming Salvador Allende: An autopsy into Chile’s brutal past

In the early afternoon of Sept. 11, 1973, with Chile’s presidential palace in the pall of a coup d’état’s smoke and gunfire, President Salvador Allende, the world’s first democratically elected Marxist President, bid his country farewell in a radio address and, after ordering the palace defenders to surrender, entered the Independence Hall alone.


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