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Children's drawing on legal size off-white paper. A yellow border has been drawn around three sides of the front page. An inscription at the top of the page reads: "Asi Viviamos Los niños en Nicaragua." The scene below is based on the raid of a house. A brown house with a lined pink roof has been drawn in the upper left of the composition, and a yellow plane is shooting at the house. A blue cloud has been drawn across from the plane. To the right of the house, a female figure with a yellow dress and a male figure with black pants are standing with their hands above their heads as a green gun and brown tank (?) fire at them. A narrow tree has been drawn in the lower left. The reverse contains inscriptions in Spanish.

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