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Publisher Description

The book describes in an entertaining way the life of the author from his childhood, with the antics of his age; his connection and stay in the Chilean Navy, the adventures he lived as a sailor on the Quiriquina Island, the naval base of Punta Arenas, and Valparaiso; his detention in the Quinta normal Santiago de Chile, in the jails and concentration camps, the torments he had to endure and the several times he was one step away from death, accused unjustly of sedition and mutiny in the trial of sailors constitutionalists, who opposed the military coup of September 11, 1973, although he rejected the seditious plans of the Navy officially, was not part of the group and his opposition was purely personal. It is human work that shows openly the horrors committed by some military regime that lived in Chile for 1973 – 1990. To write this book, the author traveled back to the past in the time he lived what happened; is written using the same language without sparing the original vocabulary of the youth of those years, remembering the moment, without thinking about grammar, presenting the reader the opportunity to live and feel the drama of the situation. The action, the adventure, and the drama are narrated with feeling, laughter, and tears of a human being.

GENRE
Biographies & Memoirs
RELEASED
2019
November 4
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
278
Pages
PUBLISHER
Page Publishing, Inc
SELLER
Page Publishing Inc
SIZE
1.3
MB

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