Liliana Delfino
Liliana Delfino was an Argentine Marxist militant. Along with her husband Mario Roberto Santucho, she was among the leaders of ERP, an armed Marxist organization. She was arrested and killed by the mi...
Carlos Alberto Sacheri
Carlos Alberto Sacheri (1933–1974) was an Argentine thomist philosopher and scholar. He was shot and killed by ERP members on 22 December 1974 in Buenos Aires; he was targeted because of his perceived...
Léonie Duquet
Léonie Duquet (1916, Longemaison, Doubs, France – 1977, Argentina) was a French nun who was arrested in December 1977 in Buenos Aires, Argentina and "disappeared." She was believed killed by the milit...
Dardo Cabo
Dardo Manuel Cabo (January 1, 1941 - c. January 6, 1977) was an Argentine journalist and activist. The son of a famous metalworkers' union leader, he started political activism in the Movimiento Nacio...
Augusto Vandor
Augusto Timoteo Vandor (1923 – 1969) was an Argentine trade unionist leader, military and politician.
Vandor was born in Bovril, Entre Ríos Province, to a Dutch father and a French mother, in...
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Carlos Prats
General Carlos Prats González (February 24, 1915 – September 30, 1974) was a Chilean Army officer, a political figure, minister and Vice President of Chile during President Salvador Allende's governme...
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Azucena Villaflor
Azucena Villaflor (7 April 1924 in Avellaneda – 10 December 1977) was an Argentine social activist, and one of the founders of the human rights association called Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo, w...
Guillermo Vargas Aignasse
Guillermo Vargas Aignasse (born in 1943, disappeared 1976) was an Argentine Peronist politician, serving as a provincial Senator in Tucumán Province from 1973 until his disappearance in 1976. In 2008,...
Enrique Angelelli
Enrique Ángel Angelelli (17 June 1923 – 4 August 1976) was a bishop of the Roman Catholic Church in Argentina, assassinated during the Dirty war for his involvement with social issues.A...
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Francisco Urondo
Francisco "Paco" Urondo (January 10, 1930 in Santa Fe – June 17, 1976 in Mendoza) was an Argentine writer and member of the Montoneros guerrilla organization.Urondo published multiple collectio...
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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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Haroldo Conti
Haroldo Conti (May 25, 1925–1976) was an Argentine writer, screenwriter, teacher and Latin professor. On May 5, 1976 he disappeared during the Proceso de Reorganización Nacional military dictatorship,...
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Alice Domon
Alice Domon, Caty, (born 1937, Charquemont, Doubs, France; disappeared on December 17 or 18, 1977 near Santa Teresita by the Argentine Sea) was a Roman Catholic nun from France who was one of two Fren...
Héctor Germán Oesterheld
Héctor Germán Oesterheld (born July 23, 1919; disappeared and presumed dead 1977), also known as his common abbreviation HGO, was an Argentine journalist and writer of graphic novels and comics. He ha...
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Pedro Eugenio Aramburu
Pedro Eugenio Aramburu Silveti (Río Cuarto, Córdoba, May 21, 1903 – May 29, 1970) was an Argentine Army general. He was a major figure behind the Revolución Libertadora, the military coup agains...
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Esther Norma Arrostito
Esther Norma Arrostito (January 17, 1940 – January 15, 1978) was an Argentine political activist and leftist militant, initially close to communist ideology. In 1970, she became one of the found...
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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Tanquetazo
El Tanquetazo or El Tancazo (both Spanish for "tank putsch") of 29 June 1973 are the names used to refer to the failed coup attempt in Chile led by Army Lieutenant Colonel Roberto Souper against the ...
Tanquetazo - Wikipedia
Dagmar Hagelin
Dagmar Hagelin (born on September 29, 1959 - disappeared on January 27, 1977) was a 17-year-old Swedish Argentine girl who disappeared during the Dirty War on January 27, 1977 and is presumed to have ...
Silvia Quintela
Silvia Quintela (1948 – 1977) was an Argentine doctor who became one of the best-known victims among "the disappeared" during 1976–83 military dictatorship. Her case has gained recognition for the fac...
Alejandrina Cox incident
The Alejandrina Cox Incident was a minor traffic incident in Santiago, Chile on 27 June 1973 involving Army General Carlos Prats, then Minister of the Interior and Commander-in-chief of the armed forc...
Alejandrina Cox incident - Wikipedia
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...