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Casa da Vovo, A: Uma Biografia do Doi-codi 1969-1991, o Centro de… (edition 2014)

by Marcelo Godoy (Author)

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The title: Grandma's House is the name that agents of the repression applied to their place of 'work.' To use such a name was a sad cruel irony. Although some also called it the slaughter house (Ac ʹouge). DOI are the initials of Destacamento de Operac ʹo es de Informac ʹo es. At Grandma's, army and police worked together to catch, interrogate, torture, and to kill. {Operac ʹa o Bandeirante} (Oban) in Sa o Paulo created the model that was later applied throughout Brazil. Some 66 Brazilians disappeared into the darkness after torture (39) or from their wounds after a supposed shoot-out (27). The author bravely interviewed 25 men and women who were DOI agents, some of whom had been warned by Colonel Carlos Alberto Brilhante Ustra to stay silent. One can imagine the heaviness of the guilt they carry. This is an excellent book for those interested in research method. Hopefully, it is also an antidote to the evil sickness that its pages reveal. [FDM]… (more)
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Title:Casa da Vovo, A: Uma Biografia do Doi-codi 1969-1991, o Centro de Sequestro, Tortura e Morte da Ditadura Militar
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A Casa da Vovó: uma biografia do DOI-Codi (1969-1991), o centro de sequestro, tortura e morte da ditadura militar by Marcelo Godoy

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The title: Grandma's House is the name that agents of the repression applied to their place of 'work.' To use such a name was a sad cruel irony. Although some also called it the slaughter house (Ac ʹouge). DOI are the initials of Destacamento de Operac ʹo es de Informac ʹo es. At Grandma's, army and police worked together to catch, interrogate, torture, and to kill. {Operac ʹa o Bandeirante} (Oban) in Sa o Paulo created the model that was later applied throughout Brazil. Some 66 Brazilians disappeared into the darkness after torture (39) or from their wounds after a supposed shoot-out (27). The author bravely interviewed 25 men and women who were DOI agents, some of whom had been warned by Colonel Carlos Alberto Brilhante Ustra to stay silent. One can imagine the heaviness of the guilt they carry. This is an excellent book for those interested in research method. Hopefully, it is also an antidote to the evil sickness that its pages reveal. [FDM]

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