The Tupamaros Were Propaganda-Savvy Urban Guerrillas
In 1963 a new leftist rebel group emerged in Uruguay as the country struggled with economic decline. The rebels called themselves the Tupamaros in honor of Tupac Amaru II, the leader of a failed 18th century revolt against colonial Spanish rule in Uruguay. Their source of inspiration died nearly... Read more
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