Ramallo massacre
The Ramallo massacre occurred on September 17, 1999 in Villa Ramallo, in northern Buenos Aires Province, Argentina, when three armed robbers broke into the local offices of the Banco de la Nación Arge...
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Osvaldo Civile
Osvaldo Daniel Civile (October 21, 1958 – April 28, 1999) was an Argentine heavy metal guitarist. He was the guitarist for the bands V8 and Horcas.
Civile was born in Caseros, Buenos Aires, and be...
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Patagonia rebelde
Patagonia rebelde (or Patagonia trágica) ("Rebel Patagonia" or "Tragic Patagonia" in English) was the name given to the violent suppression of a rural worker's strike in the Argentine province of Sa...
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José Luis Cabezas
José Luis Cabezas (1961–1997) was an Argentine news photographer and reporter who worked for Noticias, a leading local newsmagazine.
On 25 January 1997, Cabezas was murdered at Pinamar, Argentina'...
Rodolfo Walsh
Rodolfo Jorge Walsh (born January 9, 1927 in Lamarque) was an Argentine writer, considered the founder of investigative journalism. He is most famous for his Open Letter from a Writer to the Military ...
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Leandro N. Alem
Leandro Nicéforo Alem (born Alen) (11 March 1841 – 1 July 1896) was an Argentine politician, born in Buenos Aires, a founder and leader of the Radical Civic Union. He was also an active Freemason. Al...
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David Kraiselburd
David Kraiselburd (1912–1974) was an Argentine journalist, newspaper publisher, and lawyer, best known for his commitment and actions against military regimes and political violence of both right- and...
Juan Lavalle
Juan Galo Lavalle (October 17, 1797 – October 9, 1841) was an Argentine military and political figure.
Lavalle was born in Buenos Aires to María Mercedes González Bordallo and Manuel José Lavalle,...
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Mario Roberto Santucho
Mario Roberto Santucho (12 August 1936, Santiago del Estero–19 July 1976, Villa Martelli) was an Argentine revolutionary. He was the leader of ERP (People's Revolutionary Army) and the secretary-gene...
Carlos Washington Lencinas
Carlos Washington Lencinas (November 13, 1888 - November 10, 1929) was an Argentine politician and governor of Mendoza, Argentina.
Carlos Washington Lencinas was born in Rivadavia Department, Mend...
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José Ignacio Rucci
José Ignacio Rucci (March 5, 1924 – September 25, 1973) was an Argentine politician and union leader, appointed general secretary of the CGT (General Confederation of Labour) in 1970. Close to ...
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Trelew massacre
The Trelew Massacre was a mass execution of 16 political prisoners, militants of different Peronist and left organizations, in Rawson Penitentiary by the conservative military government of Argentina....
René Favaloro
Dr. René Gerónimo Favaloro (July 12, 1923 – July 29, 2000) was an Argentine cardiac surgeon best known for his pioneering work on coronary artery bypass surgery.
Favaloro was born and raised in La...
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Zelmar Michelini
Zelmar Michelini (20 May 1924, Montevideo, Uruguay – 20 May 1976, Buenos Aires, Argentina) was a Uruguayan reporter and politician, assassinated in Buenos Aires in 1976 as part of Operation Condor.
Lisandro de la Torre
Lisandro de la Torre (6 December 1868 – 5 January 1939) was an Argentine politician, born in Rosario, province of Santa Fe.De la Torre became a lawyer in 1890. His thesis about municipalities an...
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Juan José Torres
Juan José Torres González (5 March 1920 – 2 June 1976) was a Bolivian socialist politician and military leader. He served as President of Bolivia from October 7, 1970 to August 21, 1971. He was ...
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José Luis Cuciuffo
José Luis Cuciuffo (1 February 1961 – 11 December 2004) was a defender in the starting XI of 1986 FIFA World Cup-winning Argentine national team.He was a centre back who was often found upfield using ...
Facundo Quiroga
Juan Facundo Quiroga (1788 – February 16, 1835) was an Argentine caudillo (military strongman) who supported federalism at the time when the country was still in formation.
Quiroga was born ...
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San Patricio Church massacre
The San Patricio Church massacre was the murder of three priests and two seminarians of the Pallottine order on July 4, 1976, during the Dirty War, at St. Patrick’s Church, located in the Belgrano nei...
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Jordán Bruno Genta
Jordán Bruno Genta, (1909–1974) was an Argentine writer and educator, widely considered the ideologue of the Argentine extreme right-wing.In his youth, Genta actively campaigned against several attemp...
José Alonso (trade unionist)
José Alonso (February 6, 1917 – August 27, 1970) was an Argentine politician and trade-unionist.
José Alonso was born in the Montserrat section of Buenos Aires, in 1917. The son of ...
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Ezeiza massacre
The Ezeiza massacre took place on June 20, 1973 near the Ezeiza International Airport in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Peronist masses, including many young people, had gathered there to acclaim Juan Perón...
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Kurt Gustav Wilckens
Kurt Gustav Wilckens (1886-1923) was a militant German anarchist, known in Argentina for having avenged the massacre of hundreds of workers on strike in the repression unleashed by the Argentine gover...
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Carlos Soria
Carlos Ernesto Soria (March 1, 1949 – January 1, 2012) was an Argentine lawyer and Justicialist Party politician. He died in the early hours of January 1, 2012, from a gunshot wound, at...
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