1970 June 8
Buenos Aires (Argentina) - Photocopy of a document included with Cornicelli's diary kept during his service as Secretary-Aide to Army Commander in Chief, General Lanusse. Summary of the orders issued from military personnel and other individuals; the orders indicate there was a general agreement with the Junta proceedings, which resulted in the ouster of President Onganía.
1972 July 19
Buenos Aires (Argentina) - President Alejandro Lanusse meets with Confederación General del Trabajo de la República Argentina (CGT) representatives: Romero, Coria, Rucci, Peralta and others. Topics addressed: CGT political standing; internal divisions of the CGT; the 62 organizations and how these organizations react towards the government and other political sectors; and a suspension due to presumed illegitimate use of fun... more
Buenos Aires (Argentina) - Consists of two unrelated documents: a memorandum from Brigadier Mayor Ezequiel Martínez, which contains appreciations about the air force position and notes presumably written by Alejandro A. Lanusse, in which he considers options for a new military government and the Peronist future.
1970 June 8
Buenos Aires (Argentina) - Photocopy of a document included with Cornicelli's diary kept during his service as Secretary-Aide to Army Commander in Chief, General Lanusse. Summary of the orders issued and received on the day President Onganía was ousted. Provides a detailed description of the steps that the Junta de Comandantes en Jefe (JCJ) took to neutralize President Onganía and take control over the communi... more
1972 Oct. 18
Buenos Aires (Argentina) - Reports study the possibility of an agreement with Perón. They focus on the presidential candidate designation and the possibilities for the judiciary power to intervene in the situation; they also discuss the possible future relationships between the Junta de Comandantes en Jefe and the new President.
1971 – 1972
Güiraldes, Juan José
Buenos Aires (Argentina) - These documents, presumably written by Comodoro Juan Güiraldes, contain detailed opinions and recommendations about the presidential "image" and reflections about the Argentinian Revolution and the "Gran Acuerdo Nacional".
1973 Jan. 24
Buenos Aires (Argentina) - President Alejandro Lanusse explains that their plan to return to democracy failed because of the salto al vacío and the new political forces that want to leave the army out of the government. He refers to their intention not to go back to practices meant to limit democracy and to some bad practices that are employed by the Peronists (ex. they are using the army as a common enemy). Other officers... more
Buenos Aires (Argentina) - Photocopy of a document included with Cornicelli's diary kept during his service as Secretary-Aide to Army Commander in Chief, General Lanusse. Details the proposed political plan as a continuation of the Argentinian Revolution; the return to democracy must not imply a radical change in the nation's lifestyle and the popular election must not be distorted in any way (no fraud allowed). Elements of... more
1972 Sept. 5 –
Buenos Aires (Argentina) - Contains a list of actions to be taken regarding internal and external affairs. Inside the country, the most important topic is subversion. For instance, they discuss how to adjust the judiciary system in order to fight it effectively; they also address education and economic issues.
1971 July 26 – 1971 Oct. 25
Buenos Aires (Argentina) - Series of reports explaining different positions on Lanusse's government and the Labanca-Levingston conspiracy; includes the Peronist position and an alleged conspiracy plan with the officers who might be involved, such as Lopez Aufranc and even Sánchez de Bustamante. Also refers to the "Ferroviaria Union" participation and the La Plata Labor Ministry delegation.