REVOLUCION LIBERTADORA - LATIN AMERICA@WAR
The 1955 Coup d'état in Argentina
Autore: Antonio Luis Sapienza Fracchia
Revolución Libertadora (the Liberating Revolution) is the name by which the military dictatorship that ruled Argentina – after overthrowing the constitutional president, Juan Domingo Perón on 16 September 1955 – is known.
The text explains the background of the 1955 coup, and examines several conspiracies, failed coups, the bombing of Plaza de Mayo in Buenos Aires, conflict with the Catholic Church and the 1955 coup itself. Revolución Libertadora details all the military units involved and the actions that led to the overthrow of General Perón and his subsequent asylum and exile first in Paraguay and then in Panama.
178 foto in bianco e nero, 8 a colori, 21 profili a colori, 5 mappe
21 x 30