1966 – 1970
Argentina - Robert Potash's notes for an interview conducted with Lieutenant Colonel Alberto Garasino. Primary topics addressed: the "azules and colorados," Perón and anti-Perónism, Lonardi and the "Jacobinos," Frondizi, Torranzo and others.
Argentina - Robert Potash's questions and notes from an interview with General Carlos Peralta. Topics include his military and political career, his relationships with the "Junta", Aramburú and the military, the "Quedantistas" vs. the "Continuistas" and Peralta's role under Frondizi's power.
Pérez Amuchástegui, A. J. (Antonio Jorge)
Argentina - Robert Potash's notes from an interview with historian A. J. Pérez Amuchástegui. Topics include his military formation and his participation in Perón's ouster and Lonardi's fall.
Argentina - Robert Potash's questions and notes for an interview conducted with General Eneas Colombo covering the years 1948-1955. Primary topics addressed: the military's attitudes towards Perón and his ouster.
1961 – 1962
Argentina - Robert Potash's notes for an interview conducted with Francisco Barbat and related correspondence. Primary topics addressed: "Logias" and their influence in Frondizi ouster; Rauch, Calderón and others; correspondence between Barbat and Greenwood about the media in the U.S and Iberoamerica; and intelligence documents about Fidel Castro, Frondizi and the Argentine democracy.
Molinari, Aldo Luis, 1918-
Argentina - Robert Potash's notes from an interview with Navy Captain Aldo Molinari. Topics include the UCR (Radical Civic Union) and the 1955 revolution, June 1956 executions, and some issues regarding Peronism.
Argentina - Robert Potash's notes from an interview with General Julio Lagos covering the 1920s-1960s. Topics include his relationship with Perón, the “G.O.U” (United Officers Group), his participation in the government, and his perception on its ouster.
Zavala Ortiz, Miguel Angel, 1905-
Argentina - Robert Potash's questions, notes and a transcript from an interview conducted with Dr. Miguel A. Zavala Ortiz. Topics include the dynamics of the ouster; Peronist strategies of control (populism, authoritarianism, censorship, benefits for the industrial class and negative policies towards the middle class and workers); Frondizi's government and the radicals' position towards it; and I... more
Argentina - Robert Potash's pre-interview handwritten notes, prepared questions, and transcripts for two interviews conducted with General León Bengoa. Primary topics addressed during the first interview: origins of Bengoa's military career and the end of his career; Perón as a professor of military history; Bengoa's role as one of the 14 founders of G.O.U. (Grupo de Oficiales Unidos); the military's role... more
1971 July 12 – 1986 Aug. 12
Argentina - Contains two interviews with Dr. Oscar Puiggerós, one from 1971 and the other from 1986, as well as handwritten questions from before the interviews and a short handwritten summary written by Potash. The first interview discusses Puiggerós' membership in Frondizi's last cabinet, the relationship between Aramburu and Frondizi, discussions regarding appointments, the transition between Frondizi and... more