1971 – 1984
Castro Sánchez, Eduardo R. (Eduardo Rómulo), 1918-2007
Argentina - Robert Potash's notes and transcript for an interview conducted with Eduardo Castro Sánchez. Primary topics addressed : his political position and role in the "1966 revolution", his role as Secretary of War, Illia's and Onganía's ousters (1970), the military intervention in the politics, and a speech at West Point and the U.S. position towards the situation.
1970 – 1983
Argentina - Robert Potash's list of interview topics and questions for the interviews, and transcript of an interview with General Manuel Laprida. In the notes from the May 1970 interviews, Laprida discusses the formation of the Azules, the events of September 1962 and the subsequent retirements, the Illia Regime, the resignation of Avalos, the initiative that led to June 1966, the West Point Speech, Frente, the... more
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
1977 Mar. 10 – 1987 Apr. 8
Argentina - Interview questions from a 1977 interview with Señorans discussing his military service, EMG, Illia's role in 1966, and Onganía. Also contains the interview questions and an interview transcript from the 1987 interview in which Señorans and Potash discuss his brief stint as Secretary of War, support and opposition with the cabinet, Illia's presidency from 1963-1966, events leading up to Ongan... more
1977 – 1985
López Aufranc, Alcides
Argentina - Robert Potash's questions and transcripts of two interviews with General Alcides López Aufranc. Topics include his military career and designations, his opinions about the army's intervention in the state and the state's intervention in the economy, the "azules" political orientation, Illia's ouster, Onganía's takeover and fall, the return to democracy and diverse political ideologies.