Radio Venceremos booklet, date unknown
Radio Venceremos, an insurgent radio, was born simultaneously with the Farabundo Marti Front for the National Liberation (F.M.L.N.), in El Salvador, C.A., and has been transmitting without interruption from January, 1981 up to the present.
In seven years, the Front has established zones of control based upon a close relationship with the population of the rural areas. Based in one of these zones, Morazán, Radio Venceremos, official voice of the FMLN, was converted into a medium of expression for the interests and aspirations of the people.
That which was originally a clandestine radio, functions today as a source of information for the national and international press.
- Radio Venceremos flyer, date unknown
Radio Venceremos ( We Will Win) a rebel network set up in a bomb shelter in the hills of the Zapotal region. 1982
A guerilla training camp where instructors have combat exercises. 1982
Peasant supporters of FMLN. 1983
A 12 year old boy had his hand blown to pieces while making a homemade "contact bomb." 1982
Young recruits in a guerilla camp carry the coffin of a young boy, who served as a field messenger and was killed in battle. 1982
A guerilla training camp where instructors have combat exercises. Most of the first day recruits are between 18 and 20 years old. 1982
"100 Years of Pictures," The New York Times Magazine, 1996
Salvador by Joan Didion, 1983
"Who will tell the truth about El Salvador?" Rolling Stone, 1981