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Rafael Leónidas Trujillo Molina nicknamed El Jefe was a Dominican politician, soldier and ... Trujillo and his regime were responsible for many deaths, including between 20,000 and 30,000 Haitians in the infamous Parsley massacre.

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Trujillo's Brutal Regime. Despite the fact that he technically ceded the presidency to his brother Hector in 1952 and 1957 and installed Joaquin Balaguer in 1960 ...

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Feb 25, 2019 ... Dominican Republic: The Trujillo regime. The dictatorship of Trujillo (1930–61) was one of the longest, cruelest, and most absolute in modern…

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Get the story of Rafael Trujillo, the ruthless dictator of the Dominican Republic for much of the mid-20th century, on Biography.com.

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The Dominican Republic During the Trujillo Regime ... The rise to presidency for Trujillo was a result of his ability to succeed at almost everything that he did.

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Trujillo during his regime controlled about 80% of the industrial production, employment and 60 % of the country's economic activity.” Under Trujillo no one was ...

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Feb 28, 2018 ... Decades following the demise of the Trujillo regime came an attitude among some Dominicans within the country and in the US to romanticize ...

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The other leading beneficiaries of the dictatorship--aside from Trujillo himself and his family--were those who associated themselves with the regime both ...

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In view of Roosevelt's statements against the Mussolini and Hitler regimes in the years before the outbreak of World War II, it seems inconsistent and.