1966 – 1970
Argentina - Robert Potash's notes for an interview conducted with Lieutenant Colonel Alberto Garasino. Primary topics addressed: the "azules and colorados," Perón and anti-Perónism, Lonardi and the "Jacobinos," Frondizi, Torranzo and others.
Pérez Amuchástegui, A. J. (Antonio Jorge)
Argentina - Robert Potash's notes from an interview with historian A. J. Pérez Amuchástegui. Topics include his military formation and his participation in Perón's ouster and Lonardi's fall.
Argentina - Robert Potash's pre-interview handwritten notes, prepared questions, and transcripts for two interviews conducted with General León Bengoa. Primary topics addressed during the first interview: origins of Bengoa's military career and the end of his career; Perón as a professor of military history; Bengoa's role as one of the 14 founders of G.O.U. (Grupo de Oficiales Unidos); the military's role... more
Rojas, Isaac Francisco, 1906-
Argentina - Robert Potash's questions and transcript from an interview with Admiral Isaac F. Rojas as well as related documents. Topics include his career, Perón's ouster and the dynamics after it, Lonardi's uprising and fall, Aramburu's take over, Frondizi's appearance and the relationships between the Navy and the Army.
Toranzo Montero, Carlos
Argentina - Robert Potash's questions, notes and a transcript, from interviews and conversations with General Carlos Toranzo Montero. Topics include his role as Commander in Chief, his participation in Perón's ouster, terrorism, a farewell to Lonardi, his views on politics, a confrontation with Anaya, Frondizi, explanations about ousters, and the confrontation between army factions because of political disag... more
Uranga, Juan José
Argentina - Robert Potash's questions, notes and a transcript from an interview with General Juan José Uranga. Topics include his military career, his perception of Eva Perón, his estrangement from Perón and participation in his ouster, mistrust between officers and tensions inside the army regarding the CGT, conditions imposed by the "Jefe de la Revolución Libertadora", Lonardi's government, Ceru... more