El Salvador Civil War Essays and Term Papers

  • Salvadoran Civil War

    people to a civil war in which the people take violence as a way to reach their desires and dreams or to change their ways of life. A civil war is commonly a fight between the people of the same country but there are cases in which another countries get involved; this is the case of El Salvador in which...

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  • Salvadorians’ Landmarks

    the Eiffel Tower. Well, El Salvador, as New York and Paris, has landmarks too, and even though they are not internationally popular as the Parisian and New Yorkers’ landmarks, they have a great national value. Some of the most popular landmarks among Salvadorians are: El Salvador del Mundo, monument al...

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  • Critical Code Switching: Effects on Democratization in El Salvador

    Switching: The Effects of Democratization in El Salvador Dean Search Dr. Hilary Parsons Dick Conflict and Inequality in Latin America 29 April 2013 Critical code switching was the main focus of Ellen Moodie’s composition of El Salvador in the Aftermath of Peace: Crime, Uncertainty and...

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  • Innocent Voices

    on the outside of the town. Their house is barely more than a shack made of tin and wood, but it is home to the little family at the beginning of the war when the father deserted them for the United States. Chava is now the man of the house. With increasing frequency the guerillas (the independent military...

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  • History Ia

    El Salvador’s Civil war: 1979-1992 * The massacre of el Mozote 1981 * A town called el Mozote near the border of El Salvador and Honduras * The massacre was caused by the government of El Salvador * During the civil war, the rebels were known as the guerillas ...

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  • Oscar Romero and the Role of the Catholic Church in El Salvador

    The Salvadoran Civil War The tragedies of the civil war in El Salvador brought focus to the many issues of oppression, under-representation, and inequality apparent amongst the Salvadoran working class during the later twentieth century. The outbreak of the war began much like civil wars in neighboring...

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  • El Salvador Politics

    Amazing website for health = http://www.who.int/countries/slv/en/ El Salvador country profile | El Salvador, which is Spanish for "the saviour" - or Jesus Christ - has been wracked by civil war and a succession of natural disasters. The tiny country is the most densely-populated state on the mainland...

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  • El Salvador – Government

    El Salvador – Government The government of El Salvador is one that has encountered many hardships. Both the early and more recent government of El Salvador has encountered frequent revolutions and riots. Though the government has switched hands many times, it cannot find a place that satisfies all...

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  • Ethic Groups and Discrimination

    father was of German decent and my mother was born and raised in El Salvador. I identify most with my mother and the Salvadorian culture as I spent my early years living in Central America and speaking the Spanish language. El Salvador is a densely populated, small country, measuring approximately 8...

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  • Central America History

    I choose El Salvador, (to clarify I am from Nicaragua). I choose El Salvador, because of all countries of Central America, this is the smallest country, but it has suffered more than any bigger country, in concerned terms of wars, the civil war that began in 1981, I was only 13 years old, and ended in...

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  • Diaspora

    Growing up a son of two immigrant parents living in the outskirts of Los Angeles, I never really wondered why my parents left their home country of El Salvador to come to a place where people dressed different, talk different, and socialize different. I didn't stop to ask what would make them leave most...

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  • waves of protest

    110 Pr. Almeida 5/4/14 Analytical Paper: Waves of Protest 1932 Uprising: The 1932 uprising in El Salvador was a brief, peasant-led rebellion that the government was able to suppress almost immediately. Rebels led by a communist party attacked the government...

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  • Economy in El Salvador

    After El Salvador’s civil war which lasted for 12 years the economy has experienced mixed results from the ARENA government. The ARENA party known as the Nationalist Republican Alliance started in 1981. ARENA government's commitment to free market initiatives and conservative fiscal management that include...

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  • Sandra

    her youth in Mexico, El Salvador and Missouri. Her childhood was pretty bad her twin sister, Susana, Died just 37 days after their birth. Also a year later her father, who worked for the U.S State Department was assigned to Mexico. After that her family transferred to El Salvador where Sandra lived for...

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  • Ms 13

    El Salvador’s Legacy of Violence and the Rise of Mara Salvatrucha During the 1980s and early 1990s El Salvador was plagued by a Civil war between an oppressive US-funded military and an insurgent guerrilla movement called the FMLN. The effects of the war left 75,000 people dead, 8,000 missing...

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  • U.S Foreign Policy

    neighbors will impact it's future and reputation exponentially. Foreign policies after WWII became the basis of many foreign conflicts during the Cold War in the 70's and 80's. Many anti-Communist policies were put into place post WWII and led to the U.S spreading the influence of democracy and the containment...

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  • El Sal

    The SHARE Foundation: Building a New El Salvador Today El Salvador at a Glance: Statistics from the UN’s Human Development Report To build a relationship of solidarity, it is important that we are aware of the reality which our brothers and sisters are facing on a daily basis. According to the 2006...

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  • El Salvador Fame

    Torres is a very successful singer from El Salvador. He has recorded many very successful songs and albums for the Latin American Culture. He also had the iconic Selena record a duet with him, Buenos Amigos. Alvaro Torres was born in Usulután, El Salvador. His birthdate is April 9, 1954. Alvaro...

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  • El Salvador a Business Study

    Executive Summary  After centuries of colonization, revolutions, civil wars, and political corruption, El Salvador now finds itself poised for strong economic growth. There are several key factors that have created this position for El Salvador. The election of President Carlos Mauricio Funes Cartagena...

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  • Salvador

    expert on areas such as counterterrorism, the Middle East, but more importantly, Central America. Dickey spent a few years covering Central America (El Salvador more specifically), and wrote more than one hundred articles for Newsweek and The Washington Post about human rights, government reform, and U.S...

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