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.
Argentina - Robert Potash's questions and a transcript from an interview with 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's; Lanusse's figure, Perón's return to power; the seeds of subversion; and the government... 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
1970 – 1983
Argentina - Robert Potash's questions, notes, and transcripts from a series of interviews with Dr. Rodolfo Martínez. Topics include Perón and Aramburu's presidencies, Frondizi's fall, Guido's uprise, Illia's government, the unions' political behavior, the "azules" and "colorados" struggles, the 1962 crisis and Onganía's take over, Levingston and Lanusse .
Villegas, Osiris G. (Osiris Guillermo)
Argentina - Rober Potash's questions and a transcript from an interview conducted with General Osiris Villegas. Topics include his appointment as Interior Ministry; Peronism during the 1962-1963 elections; Guido, Illia and Onganía's government; and Lanusse's intentions of becoming president.
Argentina - Robert Potash's questions and the transcript of an interview with Dr. Juan Pomar. Topics include Illia's government and its relationship with the armed forces, el documento del compromiso de honor de mantener el gobierno, Generals Abalos, Lanusse, and Onganía, la Revolución del 6 de Septiembre, the two conflicting mentalities in Illia's government, and Dr. Lavalle.