Gallery view

1987

Potash, Robert A., 1921-

Notes: sessions of the Junta de Comandantes en Jefe

Argentina - In this notebook, Potash provides an index to the classified actas of the Junta de Comandantes en Jefe (JCJ) from 1971 to 1973. It lists the number of the acta, the date of the meeting, the names of the attendants, and the topics treated.

Robert A. Potash Papers

1973 Aug. 23 – 1973 Aug. 24

Potash, Robert A., 1921-

Post-interview notes: Alejandro A. Lanusse

Argentina - Notes compiled after his interview with Alejandro A. Lanusse. Includes details about Lanusse's participation in events involving specific members of the armed forces, such as Onganía and Rey; Lannuse's memories of the events of June 1970, such as an "Acta" signed by three commanders in chief; details of how Onganía was deposed; and Lanusse's sense of his own mistakes.

Robert A. Potash Papers

1969 Nov.

Cornicelli, Francisco

Notes: Consejos de Guerra Especiales

Buenos Aires (Argentina) - In his notes, Cornicelli first addresses the Supreme Court requirement for the cases started by the "Consejos de Guerra Especiales." These councils were created because of the Córdoba events in 1969. He analyzes the problem and three possible courses of action: delay sending the cases to the Supreme Court, send them right away, or promote a general amnesty for those found guilty by the councils. H... more

Robert A. Potash Papers

1992

Potash, Robert A., 1921-

Notes: Lanusse calendar of events after retirement

Argentina - Notes detailing Lanusse's activities after his retirement. Includes: maintaining military relationships; his arrest and acquittal,travels; the disappearance and subsequent murders of his press secretary, Edgardo Sajón and his first cousin, Elena Holmberg; and the ALUAR investigation.

Robert A. Potash Papers

1996

Potash, Robert A., 1921-

Biographical notes: Alejandro Lanusse

Argentina - Notes summarizing personal and professional details about the life of Alejandro Lanusse, born in 1918 and enrolled in the "Colegio Militar" in 1935. Lanusse was awarded a scholarship in his first year and graduated in 1938, ultimately working his way up to General. The notes refer to Lanusse's evaluations and ranks in comparison with other officers such as Blanco or Mosquera; they also... more

Robert A. Potash Papers