DAVID BURNETT
  Senior Athletes
  Apollo XI
  D-Day: the Men, the Beaches
  World War 1
  Pyeongchang 2018 Winter Games
  The National MALL
  The Lincolns - a Convention
  Bob Marley - "Soul Rebel"
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Children mimic the arrests of "extremists" in the days after the coup d'etat Santiago Sep 73
A political prisoner is led into the Defense ministry after his arrest.
Young lab workers, arrested as potential "extremists" are brought into the National Stadium.
Burning of books on Paraguay Avenue, Santiago
Soldiers burn confiscated books, Santiago
Soldiers confiscate suspected political literature, Santiago
Prisoners kept at the National Stadium, where interrogation and torture were rampant: Santiago
Outside the stadium, two young women comfort each other as they fail to get information about loved ones, as prisoners at the stadium.
A released prisoner tells expectant loved ones what he saw inside the stadium.
Nobel Prize winning poet Pablo Neruda died just days after the coup, and his funeral was a last call for the Chilean Left
Mourners gather at the burial of Pablo Neruda
Madame Neruda and mourners gather at the cemetary.
The passage of Pablo Neruda's funeral cortege yielded scenes of respect everywhere.
Leila Nash (13)_ and her friend Amanda Fernandez (15) at the funeral of Pablo Neruda
A mourner at Neruda's funeral.
Journalists throw cigarettes to political prisoners at the National stadium
Loved ones looking for information about the missing.
The Central Cemetary, Santiago, where many of those killed in the early days of the Junta were buried.
Prisoners are brought to the National Stadium for processing, and interrogation.