1985 Aug. 13
Colombo, Romulo E.
Argentina - Interview between Robert Potash and Colonel Romulo Colombo covering the years 1960-1979. Primary topics addressed: his military career, his work after retirement, the army factions the Azules and Colorados, the military unions and political parties' participation in the government, Alejandro Lanusse. and the "Gran Acuerdo Nacional." The interview was originally recorded on two audiocassettes, and it c... more
1985 Aug. 8
Villareal, José Rogelio
Argentina - Interview between Robert Potash and José Rogelio Villareal. Topics include his military designations; Illia, Onganía, and Levingston; the “Gran Acuerdo Nacional” (Great National Agreement); and elections, including Lanusse’s possible candidacy for President, the radicals’ potential to win, and the Peronist victory.
1983 Dec. 12
Argentina - Interview between Robert Potash and Dr. Eugenio Aramburu, about his father General Pedro Aramburu. Topics include the ouster of President Arturo Illia, opinions about the Gran Acuerdo Nacional and Alejandro Lanusse, army factions Azules and Colorados, and Aramburu’s study of Argentinian problems.
1984 July 13
Rey, Carlos Alberto
Argentina - Interview between Robert Potash and Brigadier General Carlos Rey. Topics include his military career; the Cordobazo; Onganía’s and Levingston's uprisings and falls; the return to democracy; the “Gran Acuerdo Nacional;” Perón’s, Cámpora’s and Lanusse's intervention in those events; the ALUAR contract; and the Air Force. The interview was originally recorded on two audiocassettes, and it cuts abruptly a... more
1991 Nov. 20
Lanusse, Alejandro A. (Alejandro Agustín), 1918-1996
Argentina - Interview between Robert Potash and General Alejandro Agustín Lanusse. Topics include Pedro Eugenio Aramburu, in particular the relationship between Perón and Aramburu's case; Viborazo; and political contacts. Also discussed are the “Gran Acuerdo Nacional” (Great National Agreement), including its origins, challenges, and possibilities of success; the possibility of Perón returning to Argentina; L... more