1986 – 1991
Viviani Rossi, Miguel
Argentina - Robert Potash's notes, questions and a transcript from interviews with General Miguel Viviani Rossi. Topics include his career in artillery and the army, his relationship with Lanusse, and Onganía's government.
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
Rey, Carlos Alberto
Argentina - Robert Potash's questions and a transcript from an interview with Brigadier General Carlos Rey. Topics include his army designations after 1962, the Cordobazo, the 1966 movement influence on Onganía and Levingston's uprising and fall, the return to democracy; Perón, Cámpora and Lanusse's intervention in those events; the ALUAR case; and international relations with Chile (Reagle) and Uruguay.
Levingston, Roberto Marcelo, 1920-
Argentina - Robert Potash's questions and transcript from an interview with General Roberto Levingston. Topics include the "Comunicado N. 150", the military influence on Illia's government and coup, the relationships between gremial sectors and the army, Onganía's ouster, Levingston's presidency, Lanusse's role in those events, the Argentine economy, interest groups, the steel industry and Perón's... more
Garzón Maceda, Lucio
Argentina - Robert Potash's questions and transcripts for interviews conducted with Garzón Maceda, Norberto Ciaravino, Guillermo Capdevilla, and Aldo José Cima. Primary topics addressed: participation of the unions in Argentine politics, the Cordobazo, its influence on Onganía's government, Lanusse, and Aramburu's kidnapping.
Von Stecher, Jorge
Argentina - Robert Potash's questions and a transcript from an interview conducted with General Jorge Von Stecher. Topics include his reaction towards subversion; the azules and colorados dynamics and representatives; army's organization; Onganía's government and the transition to Lanusse's presidency.