1984 July 10
Paladino, Jorge D.
Argentina - Interview between Robert Potash and Jorge Paladino. Topics include Paladino's views on politics; his work in the “Justicialismo,” and possible presidency; details of his relationship with Perón; Perón’s meetings with Rojas Sylveira; and López Rega’s influence on Perón and his last years. The interview was originally recorded on an audiocassette, and it cuts abruptly at a transition point at 00:31:08 b... more
Romero, José Luis
Argentina - Robert Potash's notes from an interview with José Luis Romero. Topics include the connections between the military and the politics between 1940 and 1943, the Argentine participation in World War II and the influence of FORJA on Peronism.
1983 Dec. 13
Lima, Vicente Solano, 1901-1984
Argentina - Interview between Robert Potash and Vicente Solano Lima. Topics include the 1962 elections; rules imposed by the government to prevent Peronism; Onganía’s government and possible roots of later political violence; Lanusse and the “Gran Acuerdo Nacional” (Great National Agreement); confrontations between Peronist factions inside the “Justicialismo;” the ERP (People’s Revolutionary Army) and the “Juvent... more
1970 Mar. 29
Ghioldi, Américo, 1899-
Argentina - Interview between Robert Potash and Américo Gnioldi, covering the period from 1943-1962. Topics include politics, including Peronism and his own political ideology; the various conspiracies, failures, and successes in ousting authorities; his pamphlets and "La Vanguardia;" and political figures such as Frigerio, Frondizi, and Aramburu. The interview was originally recorded on an audiocassette, and... more
1987 Mar. 30
Argentina - Interview between Robert Potash and Brigadier Mayor Ezequiel Martínez. Topics include his military and political career; views on the differences between the Azules and Colorados; Peronism; Illia's government; the "Comodoros"; the ousters of Onganía and Levingston; Lanusse's figure, Perón's return to power; the seeds of subversion; and the government's response to violent dissidence. The interview was... more
1984 Feb. 8
Paladino, Jorge D.
Argentina - Interview between Robert Potash and Jorge Paladino. Topics include Paladino's trajectory and resignation to his position in the Peronist movement and Perón's response to these dynamics; the legal framework for the "Justicialismo;" tensions and political games around the 1972-1973 elections, including “La Hora del Pueblo,” and Perón’s meetings with Colonial Cornicelli; Cámpora's candidacy and the extr... more
Zavala Ortiz, Miguel Angel, 1905-
Argentina - Robert Potash's questions, notes and a transcript from an interview conducted with Dr. Miguel A. Zavala Ortiz. Topics include the dynamics of the ouster; Peronist strategies of control (populism, authoritarianism, censorship, benefits for the industrial class and negative policies towards the middle class and workers); Frondizi's government and the radicals' position towards it; and I... more
Pérez Leirós, Francisco
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.
Villareal, José Rogelio
Argentina - Robert Potash's questions and a transcript from an interview conducted with José Rogelio Villareal. Topics include his designations; Illia, Onganía, and Levingston; the GAN (Great National Agreement); and elections: Lanusse's possible candidacy for President, the radicals' possibilities to win and the Peronism victory.
1973 Aug. 21
Iñiquez, Miguel A., 1966-
Argentina - Interview between Robert Potash and General Miguel Angel Iñiquez, former head of the Central Operations Peronist Resistance (Central de Operaciones de la Resistencia Peronista, CORP). Topics include the army and politics, indoctrination tactics, CORP, and political events at the time of the interview. The interview was originally recorded on two audiocassettes, and it cuts abruptly at a transition po... more