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* BodyHorror: Di Chiano was shot in the face, but he doesn't die. He never receives the CoupDeGrace. He was horrifingly disfigured in the process.

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* BodyHorror: Di Chiano Livraga was shot in the face, but he doesn't die. He never receives the CoupDeGrace. He was horrifingly disfigured in the process.


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''Operation Massacre'' (in Spanish ''Operación Masacre''), is an [[UsefulNotes/{{Argentina}} Argentinian]] NonFiction novel written by Creator/RodolfoWalsh and published in 1957. It's a novelization about a series of [[KillEmAll executions]] afterwards the MilitaryCoup against Juan Perón. It's considered the first [[NonFictionLiterature non-fiction novel]] in history, dating nine years prior to Truman Capote's ''Literature/InColdBlood''. The plot takes place one year after the Coup d'Etàt, when a counter strike against the Military government has failed, and the military forces seek possible civilian rebels.
The novel is the story of one of the seven survivors. He tells about the executions of José León Suárez, where he several other men were imprisoned and shot. This ended with the deaths of five men: Nicolás Carranza, Francisco Garibotti, Carlos Alberto Lizaso, Mario Brión and Vicente Damían Rodríguez, and seven survivors.


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''Operation Massacre'' (in Spanish ''Operación Masacre''), is an [[UsefulNotes/{{Argentina}} Argentinian]] NonFiction novel written by Creator/RodolfoWalsh and published in 1957. It's a novelization about a series of [[KillEmAll executions]] afterwards the MilitaryCoup against Juan Perón. It's considered the first [[NonFictionLiterature non-fiction novel]] in history, dating nine years prior to Truman Capote's ''Literature/InColdBlood''. The plot takes place one year after the Coup d'Etàt, when a counter strike against the Military government has failed, and the military forces seek possible civilian rebels.
rebels. The novel is the story of one of the seven survivors. He tells about the executions of José León Suárez, where he and several other men were imprisoned and shot. This ended with the deaths of five men: Nicolás Carranza, Francisco Garibotti, Carlos Alberto Lizaso, Mario Brión and Vicente Damían Rodríguez, and seven survivors.



* UrExample: It's the first Non-Fiction novel in history, as it's dated 1957. Literature/InColdBlood from Literature/TrumanCapote is from 1966, although the latter is often credited as the first one.

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* UrExample: It's the first Non-Fiction novel in history, as it's dated 1957. Literature/InColdBlood ''Literature/InColdBlood'' from Literature/TrumanCapote Truman Capote is from 1966, although the latter is often credited as the first one.


''Operation Massacre'' (in Spanish ''Operación Masacre''), is an [[UsefulNotes/{{Argentina}} Argentinian]] NonFiction novel written by Creator/RodolfoWalsh and published in 1957. It's a novelization about a series of [[KillEmAll executions]] afterwards the MilitaryCoup against Juan Perón. It's considered the first [[NonFictionLiterature non-fiction novel]] in history, dating nine years prior to TrumanCapote's ''Literature/InColdBlood''. The plot takes place one year after the Coup d'Etàt, when a counter strike against the Military government has failed, and the military forces seek possible civilian rebels.

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''Operation Massacre'' (in Spanish ''Operación Masacre''), is an [[UsefulNotes/{{Argentina}} Argentinian]] NonFiction novel written by Creator/RodolfoWalsh and published in 1957. It's a novelization about a series of [[KillEmAll executions]] afterwards the MilitaryCoup against Juan Perón. It's considered the first [[NonFictionLiterature non-fiction novel]] in history, dating nine years prior to TrumanCapote's Truman Capote's ''Literature/InColdBlood''. The plot takes place one year after the Coup d'Etàt, when a counter strike against the Military government has failed, and the military forces seek possible civilian rebels.


Operation Massacre (in Spanish ''Operación Masacre''), is an Argentinian NonFiction novel written by Creator/RodolfoWalsh and published in 1957. It's a novelization about a series of [[KillEmAll executions]] afterwards the MilitaryCoup against Perón. It's considered the first [[NonFictionLiterature non-fiction novel]] in history, dating nine years prior to Capote's Literature/InColdBlood. The plot takes place one year after the Coup d'Etàt, when a counter strike against the Military government has failed, and the military forces seek possible civilian rebels.

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Operation Massacre [[quoteright:350:http://static.tvtropes.org/pmwiki/pub/images/operation_massacre.jpg]]

''Operation Massacre''
(in Spanish ''Operación Masacre''), is an Argentinian [[UsefulNotes/{{Argentina}} Argentinian]] NonFiction novel written by Creator/RodolfoWalsh and published in 1957. It's a novelization about a series of [[KillEmAll executions]] afterwards the MilitaryCoup against Juan Perón. It's considered the first [[NonFictionLiterature non-fiction novel]] in history, dating nine years prior to Capote's Literature/InColdBlood.TrumanCapote's ''Literature/InColdBlood''. The plot takes place one year after the Coup d'Etàt, when a counter strike against the Military government has failed, and the military forces seek possible civilian rebels.



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* WouldNotShootACivilian: Subverted. ''All'' shootings were against civilian targets.

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* WouldNotShootACivilian: Subverted. ''All'' shootings were against civilian targets.targets.
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* BodyHorror: Di Chiano was shooted in the face, but he doesn't die. He never receives the CoupDeGrace. He was horrifingly disfigured, in the process.

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* BodyHorror: Di Chiano was shooted shot in the face, but he doesn't die. He never receives the CoupDeGrace. He was horrifingly disfigured, disfigured in the process.



* CoupDeGrace: partially straight, Di Chiano's survives because the killers make an exeption of him.

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* CoupDeGrace: partially straight, Di Chiano's survives because the killers make an exeption of for him.



* GeneralRipper: The military president, Aramburu, was obsessed with kill all of the Peronist militants, or anyone that threat his government

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* GeneralRipper: The military president, Aramburu, was obsessed with kill killing all of the Peronist militants, or anyone that threat threatened his government



* SoleSurvivor: partially true. First, Walsh contacts with whom he thinks is the only one, but after this, he discovers seven more.
* MilitaryCoup: Against Perón, first, and later a failed one against the Military government. This is the trigger of the shootings.

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* SoleSurvivor: partially true. First, Walsh contacts with whom someone who he thinks is the only one, but after this, he discovers seven more.
* MilitaryCoup: Against Perón, first, and later a failed one against the Military government. This is the trigger of for the shootings.



* UrExample: It's the first Non-Fiction novel in history, as it's dated in 1957. Literature/InColdBlood from Literature/TrumanCapote is from 1966, although the late is often credited as the first one.

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* UrExample: It's the first Non-Fiction novel in history, as it's dated in 1957. Literature/InColdBlood from Literature/TrumanCapote is from 1966, although the late latter is often credited as the first one.

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* PoeticJustice: Aramburu's real life death was a similar operation, as he was kidnapped and executed after a non-judicial trial by the leftist guerrilla Montoneros by his crimes. This book was one of the proofs that Montoneros quoted.

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* {{Realpolitik}}: Aramburu's right-wing government uses terror and cold-blooded civilian murders to enforce his power, "because the peronism was a dictatorship".


* NoExportForYou: there was no English version until 2013 .



* OlderThanTheyThink: althoug often Literature/InColdBlood is credited as the first Non Fiction novel, this book was published nine years before.


* ComicBookAdaptation: By Francisco Solano López, no less. Also, a
[[CompressedAdaptation]] since the comic has less than 20 pages.

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* ComicBookAdaptation: By Francisco Solano López, Creator/FranciscoSolanoLopez, no less. Also, a
[[CompressedAdaptation]]
a CompressedAdaptation since the comic has less than 20 pages.


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* UrExample: It's the first Non-Fiction novel in history, as it's dated in 1957. Literature/InColdBlood from Literature/TrumanCapote is from 1966, although the late is often credited as the first one.

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* ComicBookAdaptation: By Francisco Solano López, no less. Also, a
[[CompressedAdaptation]] since the comic has less than 20 pages.

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