Madres de Plaza de Mayo
Information about the Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo group, remembering those who "disappeared" in Argentina's Dirty War.
Maritime Museum of Ushuaia
Explores the history of Tierra del Fuego, with an emphasis on the mariner's point of view.
Argentina Human Rights Information
Over 30,000 people "disappeared" during Argentina's dirty war from 1976 to 1983. Includes information about the laws that pardoned those responsible and a list of accused killers and torturers.
Camouflage Comics: Dirty War Images
An exploration of the issues of censorship, dictatorship, human rights, and the legacy of the Argentinian "Dirty War" (1976-1983) through comics.
Voices of the desaparecidos -- thousands of people who disappeared under the military dictatorship (1976-1983) including information about military Junta members and the Falklands War.
Relics and Selves
Images, artifacts, documents, and articles revealing the emergence of strong nationalist movements in Argentina, Brazil, and Chile between 1880 and 1890.
Brief History of 19th Century Argentina
Describes the slow progress of uniting the country from independence in 1810 through the creation of the Radical Civic Union in the 1890s.