The retrospective history of the Republic of Nicaragua
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- Timeline: Nicaragua
- BBC News Online, 30 July 2001. A simple political
chronology that begins the region's history with
- A Sandinista Commemoration of the Sandino
- A commemoration of Nicaragua's national hero,
General Augusto Cesar Sandino, who in 1927–1934
defended his country against US imperialism. Concerning
his life and character.
- An Insider's View of the Sandinista
- By Nefer Munoz, IPS. Nicaraguan writer Sergio Ramirez
presented in Costa Rica his latest work, Adios
Muchachos (Good-Bye Fellows), a book of memoirs
which offers an insider's view of the Sandinista
revolution 20 years after its triumph.
- Remnants of Revolution
- By George Papanastasiou, 1 June 2002. Nicaragua's
distant past is a portrait of oppression, and more
recently the home of one of the world's longest
running dynastic dictatorships, the Somozas. Augusto
Cesar Sandino. The FSLN (Frente Sandinista de Liberacion
National). National Reconstruction by the
Sandinistas. Reagan's contra aggression. Since the FSLN
defeat in 1990, US interventionism in Nicaragua has
persisted with every Nicaraguan election.