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My Name is Victoria: The Extraordinary Story of one Woman's Struggle to Reclaim her True Identity
     

My Name is Victoria: The Extraordinary Story of one Woman's Struggle to Reclaim her True Identity

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by Victoria Donda, Magda Bolin (Translator)
 

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Argentina’s coup d’état in 1976 led to one of the bloodiest dictatorships in its history—thirty thousand people were abducted, tortured, and subsequently “disappeared.” And hundreds of babies born to pregnant political prisoners were stolen from their doomed mothers and “given” to families with military ties or who

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My Name is Victoria: The Extraordinary Story of one Woman's Struggle to Reclaim her True Identity 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Two2dogs More than 1 year ago
I ENJOYED READING THIS BOOK, LOTS OF INFORMATION BUT ALSO A VERY HUMAN STORY, I ADMIRE VICTORIA'S STRENGTH AND ABILITY TO SEARCH FOR THE TRUTH ABOUT HER PARENTS NO MATTER WHAT. I HAD HEARD A LOT OF STORIES ABOUT THE POLITICS IN SOUTH AMERICA WHILE IN COLLEGE, THIS BOOK MADE THE STORIES REAL AND THE PEOPLE INVOLVED MORE REAL.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Awesome!