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

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1947 – 1962

Hernandez, Aurelio

Aurelio Hernandez oral history with Robert A. Potash: notes

Argentina - Robert Potash's notes for an interview conducted with Aurelio Hernandez. Primary topics addressed: meetings, discussions, agreements between the governments, such as Yrigoyen or Castillo; the unions such as the CGT or the trade unions and political parties such as the Socialist; Hernandez's career and his role in these events.

Robert A. Potash Papers

1983 Nov. 3

Martinez, Rodolfo

Rodolfo Martinez oral history with Robert A. Potash

Argentina - Interview with influential political operative, three-time cabinet minister under Presidents Frondizi and Guido (tape 5 of 6).

Robert A. Potash Papers

1983 Nov. 2

Martinez, Rodolfo

Rodolfo Martinez oral history with Robert A. Potash

Argentina - Interview with influential political operative, three-time cabinet minister under Presidents Frondizi and Guido (tape 2 of 6).

Robert A. Potash Papers

1970 June 8

Summary of orders: ouster of President Onganía

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.

Robert A. Potash Papers

1972 Dec.

Notes: Alejandro A. Lanusse and Juan Domingo Perón

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.

Robert A. Potash Papers

1971 – 1972

Güiraldes, Juan José

Recommendations for the President's image and notes on the Argentinian Revolution

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".

Robert A. Potash Papers

1972 Sept. 5 –

Army report: courses of action

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.

Robert A. Potash Papers

1970 July 28

Agenda: audience with the President

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. Refers to the Movement of Priests for the Third World and a conversation with Derisi. Makes mention of the documents given to the Army Commander in Chief; possible ambassadorial appointments for Martin and Camilion; and the Ambassador Francisco Ramos Mejia sit... more

Robert A. Potash Papers

1972 Feb. 17

Meeting transcript: High Commands assembly

Buenos Aires (Argentina) - The Army Commander in Chief asks the other generals to give him names for possible appointments in diverse areas of the government. There are differing opinions; for example, Nadal thinks that changes shouldn't be made and that it's not convenient to appoint army officers to public service positions; others such as Sanchez suggest people like Sosa.

Robert A. Potash Papers

1972 Dec. 18

Report: High Commands assembly

Buenos Aires (Argentina) - Primary topics addressed: the status of the current development process, the importance of the decisions and attitudes of the army in this stage of the process, and their responsibility to successfully complete it. Discusses their political possibilities, strategies to participate in the following elections, objectives such as preventing a "return the past" (i.e.Peronist control), and poss... more

Robert A. Potash Papers