Argentina - Robert Potash's notes on an interview with Navy Captain Newark. Topics include naval recruitment, connections with higher social classes, anti-Semitism, political behavior, attitude towards Perón, and the relationships between officers and enlisted men.
1962 – 1965
Argentina - Rober Potash's questions and notes from interviews with General Ambrosio Vago. Topics include Argentine relationship with the Axis powers during World War II and the German Embassy, his own position towards Nazism and Fascism and Perón, the 1943 ouster with names of individuals who did not participate in September 6th revolution.
1970 – 1977
Argentina - Robert Potash's questions, notes and a transcript from an interview with General Benjamín Rattenbach, a speech given on Anaya's retirement, and a summary of events happening between 1833 and 1982 regarding the Malvinas conflict. Topics include Perón's rising to power, the movement to oust him, the Argentine Revolution precedents, the "azules and colorados" and Rattenbach's book about A... more
Argentina - Robert Potash's questions and notes on an interview conducted with General Eduardo Avalos. Primary topics addressed: his participation on the "GOU" or Grupo de Oficiales Unidos (United Officers Group), its termination, the authorship of the Manisfesto, the "fraude" and other events regarding Perón.
1972 Nov. 28 – 1971 Dec. 5
Buenos Aires (Argentina) - Summarizes relevant information regarding Perón's return to Argentina. It describes statements from different groups such as the Cruzada Renovadora or the Frente de Izquierda Popular. It also contains interviews with Imbaud, Busacca and others.
1972 Nov. 17 – 1971 Nov. 24
Buenos Aires (Argentina) - Consists of a report from the Communication Secretariat and a synthesis from a Unit Commanders meeting. In both they analyze the situation due to Perón's return. Things seem to be deviating from the plans; for instance, at the beginning the visit was planned for less than a week, but now it might be extended to a month.
Buenos Aires (Argentina) - Contains a report on various divisions: psychosocial, union class, and political; refers to the most important events happening in March 1972, for example, buying a house for Perón in Buenos Aires and the Democratic and Christian parties.
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. States that the "Argentine Revolution" has not happened, that the regime is not justified, and that it is not supported by the people. They also address the Radical party and Perónism. Ultimately, they propose to go back to democracy through a plebisci... more