Tlatelolco: las claves de la masacre Trailer

Tlatelolco: las claves de la masacre Trailer (2003)

02 December 2003 58 mins

Gather all materials known film about the events of October 2, 1968, identifies the military leaders that led to the killing and displays key documents to highlight the mechanisms used by the repressive forces and the government against the student movement.

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Mexico 02 December 2003

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