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  • Cabezas, Omar. (Foreword by Carlos Fuentes. )
    FIRE FROM THE MOUNTAIN: The Making of a Sandinista.

    Edition: 3rd US printing.

    New York: Crown, 1985. dj. Hardcover - Omar Cabezas, the chief of Political Direction in the Ministry of Interior, Nicaragua at the time this book was published, writes of the time he spent training as a guerrilla fighter with the Sandinista National Liberation Front in the Nicaraguan mountains. Foreword by Carlos Fuentes. Translated by Kathleen Weaver. 233 pages. ISBN: 0-517-558009.

    Condition: Good in very good+ dust jacket (spine slant.)

    Book ID: 29379
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  • Everingham, Mark.
    REVOLUTION AND THE MULTICLASS COALITION IN NICARAGUA.

    Edition: First printing, a trade paperback, issued simultaneously with hardcover.

    Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press, (c.1996). First edition - A look at the 1979 overthrow of Somoza. A title in the Pitt Latin American series.218 pp. with notes, references, and index. ISBN: 0-8229-55903.

    Condition: Fine (as new.)

    Book ID: 26450
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  • AT THE FALL OF SOMOZA. by Pezzullo, Lawrence and Ralph Pezzullo.
    Pezzullo, Lawrence and Ralph Pezzullo.
    AT THE FALL OF SOMOZA.

    Edition: 2nd printing.

    Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press, (1994.) dj. Hardcover - An account of the end of the 40 year regime of Nicaragua's dictator, Anastasio Somoza Debayle, told by the US ambassador who was sent there in June 1979 primarily to negotiate his abdication. However, this book, written by Ambassador Pezzulo and his son, a playwright and novelist, also draws on many unpublished Spanish language journals and eyewitnesses accounts of the people of Nicaragua - Sandinistas, National Guardsmen, the Archbishop of Managua, city people and peasants - and it also attempts to answer the questions of why the United States was so involved in this small Central American country, and why the US was so ineffective there. A title in…

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    Pittsburgh, PA: University of Pittsburgh Press, (1994.) dj. Hardcover - An account of the end of the 40 year regime of Nicaragua's dictator, Anastasio Somoza Debayle, told by the US ambassador who was sent there in June 1979 primarily to negotiate his abdication. However, this book, written by Ambassador Pezzulo and his son, a playwright and novelist, also draws on many unpublished Spanish language journals and eyewitnesses accounts of the people of Nicaragua - Sandinistas, National Guardsmen, the Archbishop of Managua, city people and peasants - and it also attempts to answer the questions of why the United States was so involved in this small Central American country, and why the US was so ineffective there. A title in the Pitt Latin American series. Frontispiece, map, photographs, extensive notes, index. 303 pp. ISBN: 0-8229-37565.

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    Condition: Fine in fine dust jacket (a new copy.)

    Book ID: 29252
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