Argentina. Junta de Comandantes en Jefe
Buenos Aires (Argentina) - Describes meetings held by Lanusse, Rey, Coda, Herrera, Panullo, Martinez and others. Primary topics addressed: public health issues, the Ministerio de Defensa budget, President's speeches, the state of siege, General Staff planning and the nuclear plant fuel.
1970 Oct. 8
Levingston, Roberto Marcelo, 1920-
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. President Levingston discusses Juan Domingo Perón; he believes the army should not establish contact with him, because doing so could pose unwanted risks for the nation. He also addresses Illia's situation, the political parties' dissolution, the gover... more
1978 Mar. 15
Lanusse, Alejandro A. (Alejandro Agustín), 1918-1996
Buenos Aires (Argentina) - Lanusse's appeals resolution about his book "Mi testimonio" (My testimony). Supports Onganía's opinion that this case is not immersed in a fault to honor. He questions the resolution taken by a "Tribunal superior de Honor" (Superior Honor Tribunal) constituted by Forcher, Colombo, Comini, Locatelli, and Aguilar.
Buenos Aires (Argentina) - Lanusse discusses Isabel Perón's government, the difficulties it faces, and his support for it as a barrier to more radical solutions. Covers Perón's death and includes formal letters between Lanusse and Perón's widow and successor as well as letters with a member of Frondizi's family. Also contains friendly letters with jokes and anecdotes from "Edgardo" (Edgardo Sajon, Lanusse's pres... 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
1971 July 24
Uranga, Juan José
Argentina - Interview between Robert Potash and General Juan José Uranga. Topics include his military career, his perception of Evita, his estrangement from Perón and participation in his ouster, mistrust between officers and tensions inside the army regarding the General Confederation of Labor of the Argentine Republic (CGT), conditions imposed by the “Jefe de la Revolución Libertadora,” Lonardi’s government, Ce... more
Argentina - Robert Potash's questions, notes, and a transcript from an interview with Brigadier Eduardo McLoughlin. Topics include his career in the military (aviation) and the political arena focusing on his role as Minister during four periods: the "azules" and "colorados" struggles; Frondizi, Guido, and Onganía's rise to the presidency and subsequent falls, Lanusse's presidency, and Perón's ret... more
1970 – 1983
Argentina - Robert Potash's questions, notes, and transcripts from a series of interviews with Dr. Rodolfo Martínez. Topics include Perón and Aramburu's presidencies, Frondizi's fall, Guido's uprise, Illia's government, the unions' political behavior, the "azules" and "colorados" struggles, the 1962 crisis and Onganía's take over, Levingston and Lanusse .
1984 Jan. 17
Argentina - Interview between Robert Potash and Brigadier Eduardo McLoughlin, covering the late 1950s and the 1960s. Topics include his career in the air force and in politics, focusing on his role as Minister during four periods: the Azules and Colorados struggles; Frondizi, Guido, and Onganía's rise to the presidency and subsequent falls; Lanusse's presidency; and Perón's return to Argentina. The interview was ... more
Buenos Aires (Argentina) - Summarizes meeting between Cornicelli and Perón. Topics addressed: Perón’s views on integrating his movement into the government; President Lanusse's objectives and vision of a national agreement; Perón’s views on the economy, finance, and world politics; and his account of how organized his government. Other partcipants include: Jorge Paladino, José López Rega, and Isabel Perón.