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  1. Death. On September 11, 1973, just prior to the capture of La Moneda Palace (the presidential palace) by military units loyal to Pinochet, President Salvador Allende made his famous farewell speech to Chileans on live radio (Radio Magallanes).

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    Justo antes de la toma del Palacio de la Moneda por los militares golpistas el 11 de septiembre de 1973, el presidente Allende realizó su última alocución al pueblo chileno a través de Radio Magallanes, en medio de un trasfondo audible de explosiones y disparos. En este discurso, Allende habló de su amor por Chile y de su profunda fe en su futuro. Sostuvo que su compromiso con su país no le permitía tomar una salida fácil y ser usado como una herramienta de propaganda por quienes llamó «traid...

    Autopsia

    El cadáver de Allende llegó al Hospital Militar cerca de las 17:30 horas. De inmediato fue llevado al pabellón de cirugía del Departamento de Otorrinolaringología. Lo dejaron en la misma camilla de lona de campaña, le quitaron el chamanto y lo colocaron en posición de cúbito dorsal. Poco después, entraron los cuatro jefes de sanidad de las Fuerzas Armadas: José Rodríguez Véliz, representante del Ejército, quien había sido compañero del presidente Allende en la Facultad de Medicina de la Unive...

    Tesis oficial

    Un anuncio oficial declaró que Allende se había suicidado con un rifle de asalto[7]​ y una primera autopsia clasificó su muerte como un suicidio.[8]​ Según el régimen «el arma usada» por Allende para cometer suicidio fue un fusil de asalto AKMS que le había regalado Fidel Castro[9]​ y que llevaba grabada una placa dorada que decía «A Salvador Allende, de su compañero de armas, Fidel Castro».[10]​ La versión del suicidio es la más aceptada en la actualidad y se basa en las declaraciones otorga...

    El 27 de enero de 2011 se informó de la investigación, por primera vez en la justicia, de la muerte de Salvador Allende. El juez chileno Mario Carroza fue el encargado de investigar las circunstancias de la muerte del expresidente.[15]​ El caso fue abierto después de que la fiscal judicial Beatriz Pedrals presentara 726 querellas por casos de víctimas de violación de los derechos humanos cometidos durante la dictadura militar chilena, entre los que se encuentra la muerte de Allende.[15]​

    González Camus, Ignacio (1988). El día en que murió Allende. Santiago de Chile: Instituto Chileno de Estudios Humanísticos (ICHEH) & Centro de Estudios Sociales (CESOC).
    Hilton, Ronald (22 de diciembre de 1997). Chile: The Continuing Historical Conflict. World Association of International Studies (en inglés). San Francisco: Stanford University Press. Consultado el...
    O'Connor, Anne-Marie (22 de octubre de 2000). «Out of the Ashes» (en inglés). Los Angeles: Los Angeles Times. Consultado el 24 de julio de 2009. «Reproduced online on the site of Oberlin College pr...
    Pape, Eric (11 de julio de 1999). «Five Degrees of Exile». Los Angeles Times Magazine (en inglés). Los Angeles: Los Angeles Times. Consultado el 22 de septiembre de 2006.
    Wikisource contiene obras originales de o sobre Muerte de Salvador Allende.
    Confirmado: El Mandatario murió en La Moneda, La Tercera, 11 de septiembre de 1973
    El Once de septiembre, La Tercera. Incluye noticias de diferentes periódicos de los días previos al golpe.
  2. Salvador Guillermo Allende Gossens (US: / ɑː ˈ j ɛ n d eɪ,-d i /, UK: / æ ˈ-, aɪ ˈ ɛ n-/, American Spanish: [salβaˈðoɾ ɣiˈʝeɾmo aˈʝende ˈɣosens]; 26 June 1908 – 11 September 1973) was a Chilean physician and socialist politician who served as the 28th president of Chile from 3 November 1970 until his overthrow and suicide on 11 September 1973.

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    In the first sentence: "All sources seem to agree that there at least the following witnesses were present:" should read 1. "All sources seem to agree that there were at least the following witnesses present", or 2. "All sources seem to agree that at least the following witnesses present" 3. ? In the last section, following the bullet points, it reads, "Some sources missatribute these statements..." 1. It's unclear what statements are being referred to. The statements of who was present, which are represented by the bullet points? Or perhaps the statements in the preceding "Official version" section? Death of Salvador Allende#Witnesses --baxrob14:50, 3 February 2007 (UTC) 1. For user Baxrob, you're right, the sentence is not proper. I guess I need to polish more the text. I meant that a great number of sources pre-1990 attributed and based the "official version" on the statements of Dr. Paris, when in fact it was Dr. Guijon. Please, feel free to do any grammatical corrections that s...

    User Moshe-paz has incorporated his own POV into the text, which since I have removed it, I feel the need to clarify my possition. He indicates: 1. "Supporters of Pinochet agree that he committed suicide, in an attempt to absolve Pinochet of being the intellectual author of Allende's murder." - not only Pinochet's supporters claim suicide in this case, but Allende's own family have recognized several times that theyare convinced that he took his own life. 2. "But those who claim he was killed, point to the level of destruction that the Moneda Palace was subjected to within such a short period of time. They claim that among the ensuing, all engulfing fire, caused by an excessive air bombardment of such a small area, which charred the historical building, it would have been impossible for someone to have committed suicide, death via smoke inhalation would have been Allende's most probable cause of death." - Mmmmmm the destruction at La Moneda was never as extensive as that in Berlin d...

    Image:Salvador Allende template.jpg is being used on this article. I notice the image page specifies that the image is being used under fair use but there is no explanation or rationale as to why its use in this Wikipedia article constitutes fair use. In addition to the boilerplate fair use template, you must also write out on the image description page a specific explanation or rationale for why using this image in each article is consistent with fair use. Please go to the image description page and edit it to include a fair use rationale. Using one of the templates at Wikipedia:Fair use rationale guidelineis an easy way to insure that your image is in compliance with Wikipedia policy, but remember that you must complete the template. Do not simply insert a blank template on an image page. If there is other fair use media, consider checking that you have specified the fair use rationale on the other images used on this page. Note that any fair use images uploaded after 4 May, 2006,...

    please remove "fidel castro referred to it (suicide) as fact." if you read the quotation in the book (partly given in the footnote), you'll discover that it is only meant symbolically, not literally. He is not speaking about Chavez or Allende "killing" themselves, but about the importance of keeping an eye on the military (an action that could kill you), which he tells Chavez is crucial: "You have most of the Army on your side. Don't quit, don't resign." I can't see how this should in any way mean Castro supports the suicide-side-of-things.-- ExpImptalkcon10:32, 11 September 2007 (UTC) IN addition there should be some background here on the political climate in the country at the time of the witnesses giving reports. there was what is essentially a terror campaign against any and all who might say something against the government. everyone from student activists to political officers to professors were being tortured and dissapeared during the pinochet reign and it was only after hi...

    "However, few today seriously question that Allende did indeed shoot himself" is marked with the "who" template. I'm not sure what that template even means on that sentence. The alternative would be that no one questions that: obviously, some still do (we've had the occasional person drop by the main Allende article asserting that he was gunned down by those attacking La Moneda). - Jmabel | Talk04:39, 24 October 2008 (UTC) 1. Indeed, looking at the discussion above, User:Moshe-paz appears to believe just that. - Jmabel | Talk04:41, 24 October 2008 (UTC)

    I removed this sentence from the article: 1. However by 2002, Castro had changed his opinion on Allende's death confiding that it may have been suicide. with the reference: 1. In "Fidel Castro: o: biografía a dos voces (a two-voiced biography), pub. Debate Publishing House ISBN 0-307-37653-2, the Cuban president told Ignacio Ramonet that he told Hugo Chávez: "Don't kill yourself, Hugo. Don't do (sic) like Allende, who was a man alone. You have most of the Army on your side. Don't quit, don't resign." ) The original Spanish transcript of the article can be found hereand does not bear out this translation. Castro says '¡No te inmoles, Hugo! ¡No hagas como Allende!' which means 'Do not immolate yourself, don't do what Allende did.' However, this does not appear to be a reference to suicide, due to Castro's response to the followup question: 1. "¿Usted lo estaba alentando a resistir con las armas en la mano?" Did you tell him to resist with force? 2. "No, al contrario. Eso fue lo que hi...

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  4. Salvador Allende, the ex-President of Chile, has inspired a variety of perceptions regarding his policies, personality and performance as a head of state. Around the world, journalists, polling organizations and others have documented the expression of an evolving array of opinions about him. Almost 50 years after his death, Allende remains a ...

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    On September 11, 1973, just prior to the capture of La Moneda Palace (the presidential palace) by military units loyal to Pinochet, President Salvador Allende made his famous farewell speech to Chileans on live radio (Radio Magallanes). The president spoke of his love for Chile and of his deep faith in its future. He also stated that, as he was committed to Chile, he would not take an easy way out or be used as a propaganda tool by those he called "traitors" (accepting an offer of safe passage, like Carlos Altamirano). The radio address was made while gunfire and explosions were clearly audible in the background. Shortly afterwards, an official announcement declared that he had gone to war with an AK-47 rifle. Allende's corpse was carried out of La Moneda Palace wrapped in a Bolivian ponchoby soldiers and fire fighters. His body was sent to Hospital Militar arriving about 17:30. Among those present during the autopsy was one of Allende's former classmates in university.The autopsy a...

    At approximately 1:50 PM local time, President Allende ordered the defenders of the La Moneda Palace to surrender. The defenders then formed a line from the second floor, down the stairs and onto the Morande street door. The president went along this queue, from the ground floor up the stairs, shaking hands and thanking everyone personally for their support in that difficult moment. At the end of the queue, Allende turned toward the Independence salon, located in the north-east side of the Palace's second floor. At the same time, Dr. Patricio Guijón (a member of La Moneda's infirmary staff) himself decided to return upstairs to recover his gas-mask as a souvenir. He heard a noise, and opened the door of the Independence salon in time to see the president shoot himself with his AK-47. From the other side of the salon and through an open door, Dr. José Quiroga,Arsenio Poupin, a member of the cabinet, Enrique Huerta, a palace functionary, two detectives from the Presidential security d...

    During the subsequent years of the Pinochet regime, there existed a legitimate controversy about whether plotters of the coup d'état had assassinated Allende. The definitive finding of suicide by international experts and the Chilean courts in 2011 seems to have put the controversy to rest. Almost all claims of an ongoing "controversy" regarding Allende's death seem to predate the 2011 investigations and the factual record left in its wake. Fidel Castro, who had given President Allende the AK-47 used as the suicide weapon, provides an example of the speculation and political posturing that grew out of Allende's death and the Pinochet coup d'état. On 28 September 1973 (only two weeks after Allende's death), Castro told a Cuban crowd in Havana's Plaza de la Revolución that Allende had died in La Moneda wrapped in a Chilean flag, firing at Pinochet troops with Fidel's rifle. Over the coming decades, the Cuban leader would continue to make public addresses using this version of events....

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