Radical History Review 81 (2001) 178
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Radical History Review wishes to correct errors in Teresa Meade's "Holding the Junta Accountable: Chile's 'Sitios de Memoria' and the History of Torture, Disappearance, and Death," issue 79 (winter 2001): 123-39.
The photographs on pages 132 and 133 are mislabeled. The caption under the photo on page 132 belongs to the photo on page 133. The caption on page 132 should state: "The Memorial for the Disappeared. Santiago General Cemetery, 1999."
The photograph on page 133 is of the burial vaults that extend out from the memorial wall. The photograph for Patio 29 is missing, but the caption is under the photo on page 133 by mistake.
Patio 29 is a potter's field, with crude metal markers and covered with weeds, and not the marble vaults that are pictured on page 133. Patio 29 looks like a place bodies would be dumped. The vault pictured on page 133 is the place the bodies are moved to after they have been dug up and identified as one of the disappeared.