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Children mimic the arrests of "extremists" in the days after the coup d'etat Santiago Sep 73 - ©2024 David Burnett.<br/>All rights reserved.

A political prisoner is led into the Defense ministry after his arrest. - ©2024 David Burnett.<br/>All rights reserved.

Young lab workers, arrested as potential "extremists" are brought into the National Stadium. - ©2024 David Burnett.<br/>All rights reserved.

Burning of books on Paraguay Avenue, Santiago - ©2024 David Burnett.<br/>All rights reserved.

Soldiers burn confiscated books, Santiago - ©2024 David Burnett.<br/>All rights reserved.

Soldiers confiscate suspected political literature, Santiago - ©2024 David Burnett.<br/>All rights reserved.

Prisoners kept at the National Stadium, where interrogation and torture were rampant: Santiago - ©2024 David Burnett.<br/>All rights reserved.

Outside the stadium, two young women comfort each other as they fail to get information about loved ones, as prisoners at the stadium. - ©2024 David Burnett.<br/>All rights reserved.

A released prisoner tells expectant loved ones what he saw inside the stadium. - ©2024 David Burnett.<br/>All rights reserved.

Nobel Prize winning poet Pablo Neruda died just days after the coup, and his funeral was a last call for the Chilean Left - ©2024 David Burnett.<br/>All rights reserved.

Mourners gather at the burial of Pablo Neruda - ©2024 David Burnett.<br/>All rights reserved.

Madame Neruda and mourners gather at the cemetary. - ©2024 David Burnett.<br/>All rights reserved.

The passage of Pablo Neruda's funeral cortege yielded scenes of respect everywhere. - ©2024 David Burnett.<br/>All rights reserved.

Leila Nash (13)_ and her friend Amanda Fernandez (15) at the funeral of Pablo Neruda - ©2024 David Burnett.<br/>All rights reserved.

A mourner at Neruda's funeral. - ©2024 David Burnett.<br/>All rights reserved.

Journalists throw cigarettes to political prisoners at the National stadium - ©2024 David Burnett.<br/>All rights reserved.

Loved ones looking for information about the missing. - ©2024 David Burnett.<br/>All rights reserved.

The Central Cemetary, Santiago, where many of those killed in the early days of the Junta were buried. - ©2024 David Burnett.<br/>All rights reserved.

Prisoners are brought to the National Stadium for processing, and interrogation. - ©2024 David Burnett.<br/>All rights reserved.

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