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Chile: 1973 Coup d'etat in 140 Characters

How would netizens have followed the coup d'etat of September 11, 1973 in Chile if Twitter had existed? Jorge Baradit (@baradit) [es] made a minute by minute [es] narration of the historic events that took place from August 15, 1973 until the day the coup ended on September 11, when Augusto Pinochet took control of the country. Baradit said [es] the work “was exhausting but it was worth it, I feel better with my country. Thanks to all”.

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