MIA: History: Dominican Republic

Francisco Alberto Caamaño Deñó

 



Documents from the History of the

Dominican Republic

 

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A Newspaper’s Account of the First American Occupation, El Cable, March 1922

With God and Trujillo!, Workers Age, January 1938

“Good Neighbors” – With Whom?, Workers Age, March 1938

Dominican Dictator ‘Sentences’ Castro to 30-Year Term, The Militant, 1959

Dominican Danger Signal, The Militant, 1961

Let Dominicans Decide, The Young Socialist, 1962

Appeal Made for Anti-Trujillo Exiles, The Militant, 1962

Army Hunts Rebels, The Militant, 1963

Dominican Junta Murders Leading Anti-Trujillo Fighter, The Militant, January 1964

 

The People's Revolt of 1965

China Condemns U.S. Aggression Against Dominican Republic, May 1965

Suggest Volunteers to Aid Dominicans, June 1965

Bosch Couldn’t Deliver Lie Needed by Johnson, June 1965

Statement by the Artists, July 4 1965

Political Slogans from the Constitutionalist Revolution, 1965

Time Bomb in Santo Domingo, 1965

Johnson Finds 1,500 Heads, 1965

Canto to Vertical Santo Domingo by Abelardo Vicioso, 1965

Canto to Jacques and the Rest by Juan José Ayuso, 1965

Support Dominican People's Resistance to U.S. Armed Aggression, Peking, 1965

New York March Backs Dominican Revolution, May 1966

O. E. Moscoso, Dominican Patriot, Dies in New York, December 1966

Dominican PRD Switches its Line, October 1967

Los Minas Citizens Protest Rightist Terror, December 1970

‘La Banda’ Slays Five More in Santo Domingo, October 1971

Police Gun Down Dominican Leftist, June 1972

Orlando Martínez Gunned Down In Santo Domingo, April 1975

Famine Strikes Dominican Republic, October 1975

Dock Workers Fight for Democratic Rights, March 1976