521 results found for: name:"Potash, Robert A., 1921- "

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1959 Feb. 20 – 1959 July 2

Caro, Carlos Augusto

Correspondence between Carlos Augusto Caro and Héctor Solanas Pacheco

Argentina - Photocopiesof a group of letters in which Colonel Caro and Solanas Pacheco reply to Lanusse's requirements on his wage and compensations; includes letters to Humberto Pizzi. The set ends with an important letter from Horacio Quiñones, Mexican Director of the BIP, addressing the visit of President of the United States Eisenhower to Mexico.

Robert A. Potash Papers

1961 – 1962

Barbat, Francisco

Francisco Barbat oral history with Robert A. Potash: notes and documents

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.

Robert A. Potash Papers

1961

Cúneo, Dardo

Dardo Cúneo oral history with Robert A. Potash: notes

Argentina - Robert Potash's notes for a short interview conducted with Dardo Cuneo. Primary topics addressed: the socio-economic level of members of the military and students,and the differences between the navy and the army.

Robert A. Potash Papers

1961 May 11 – 1962 Mar. 20

Correspondence among Alejandro Lanusse, Héctor Solanas Pacheco, and Carlos Augusto Caro

Buenos Aires (Argentina) - Photocopies of a set of letters in which Lanusse discusses several topics, but it is evident that he started focusing more on political issues. In 1962, the letters show how he is handling labor themes, such as the general strikes and the "CGT" (Confederacion General de Trabajadores) activities. They address the International situation and show their antipathy to the Cuban model and th... more

Robert A. Potash Papers

1962 – 1971

Apicella, Mayor Horacio

Mayor Horacio Apicella oral history with Robert A. Potash: notes

Argentina - Robert Potash's questions and notes on an interview conducted with Mayor Horacio Apicella about the period 1946-1955, in particular about Perón. Also includes a speech by Apicella covering topics such as his position on democracy, the economy, and the army.

Robert A. Potash Papers

1962

Captain Newark oral history with Robert A. Potash: notes

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.

Robert A. Potash Papers

1962 – 1970

Ghioldi, Américo, 1899-

Américo Ghioldi oral history with Robert A. Potash: transcript and notes

Argentina - Robert Potash's notes and transcript for an interview conducted with Américo Gnioldi. Primary topics addressed: his pamphlets, "La Vanguardia," political ideologies, the conspiracies and failures to oust authorities, and his political position.

Robert A. Potash Papers

1962

Oddone, Jacinto

Jacinto Oddone oral history with Robert A. Potash: notes

Argentina - Robert Potash's notes from an interview with Jacinto Oddone. Topics include labor unions and the leadership's relations with the government, the military and social problems, and the socialists and social legislation after 1930.

Robert A. Potash Papers

1962

Pérez Leirós, Francisco

Francisco Pérez Leirós oral history with Robert A. Potash: notes

Argentina - Robert Potash's notes from an interview conducted with Francisco Pérez Leirós. Topics include the evolution of the trade unions, labor unions and Peronist unions; leaders and corruption, legal regime, military influence and government's interventions; personal and political talks about Juan Domingo and Eva Perón; and the relations between Pérez and Peronism.

Robert A. Potash Papers

1962

Marotta, Sebastián

Sebastián Marotta oral history with Robert A. Potash: notes

Argentina - Robert Potash's notes from an interview with Sebastián Marotta who was the FATI (Federación Argentina de Trabajadores de Imprenta) Secretary. Topics include his perceptions and participation in labor and trade unions including the CGT between 1930 and 1935.

Robert A. Potash Papers