Death of A Guatemalan VillageBook - 1987
TESTIMONY: DEATH OF A GUATEMALAN VILLAGE is an eyewitness account by a Guatemalan primary school teacher detailing one instance of violent conflict between the indigenous Maya people and the army. An accidental clash between the village's "civil patrol" and a Guatemalan army troop leads to the execution or imprisonment of many villagers. Written in clear, direct prose, this account reads like an adventure story while conveying an historical reality.
Publisher: Willimantic, CT : Curbstone Press ; New York, N.Y. : Distributed by Talman Co., c1987
Branch Call Number: F1465.3.G6 M67 1987
Characteristics: 113 p. ; 23 cm