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Campaign English for the Military 2 Workbook - download pdf or read online

By Simon Mellor-Clark, Yvonne Baker de Altamirano

ISBN-10: 1405029013

ISBN-13: 9781405029018

Crusade is an award-winning direction in English for the army. This workbook consolidates key language parts. It contains an audio CD that offers eighty hours of listening fabric for self examine.

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This willingness to fraternize with the enemy ended abruptly in May 1965, when the guerrillas (who had been arming the peasantry) ambushed seventeen soldiers and a lieutenant, killing them all. For Gramajo, this event "forced us to decide" about the seriousness of the threat. "After that, we who had friends in the guerrilla movement decided that the deaths were such a big thing that we had to take sides" (interview). Declaring a "Cuba-inspired threat," the government launched a massive counterinsurgency program that modernized military weaponry and established a vast intelligence network that included the use of military comisionados, a mobile military police, paramilitary death squads, and sophisticated torture techniques (McClintock r985: 64).

In response to these pressures, as well as demands by officers during a "coup rehearsal" at the Huehuetenango military base on 29 June 1983,30 Rios Montt agreed to fix the date for constituent assembly elections for 1 July 1984 (formally inaugurating the Supreme Electoral Tribunal on 30 June), to reimpose a state of alarm (that had been lifted on 22 March 1983) that restricted civil liberties, and to dissolve the Young Officers Advisory Council of the Estado Mayor Presidencial (although three of the six officers stayed on as aides) (Keefe 1984: 140).

With his Presidential Chief of Staff, Colonel Hector Montalvan Batres, telling him the contrary, the president labeled this information as "exaggeration" and his brother, chief of the Army General Staff, General Benedicto Lucas, accused Callejas of "irrational thinking due to stress" (Gramajo 1991a: 9; interview). The new Defense Minister General Luis Rene Mendoza Paloma, not a member of the Lucas family, remained mute, but later told Callejas that the young officers "without a colonel couldn't pull it off" (intelligence source, 1990 interview).

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