The brutal civil war in El Salvador has been echoing on this blog during November as the torture and human rights violation trial of Colonel Nicolas Carranza proceeded and as the 25th anniversary of the murder of the four US churchwomen approaches. I recently came across some sites with photographs from that dark time period:
- Marcelo Montecino has a collection of photographs taken in 1982-32.
- The International Center of Photography is running an exhibition of photographers' work from the war. A description of the show and some of its pictures is here.
- Mike Oso has a collection of photos from the period between 1989-1996.
- John Hoagland was a combat photographer killed in El Salvador during the war. His last work is found at this web site.