Montoneros Guerrillas

Some articles on montoneros guerrillas, guerrillas, guerrilla, montoneros:

Maria Eugenia Sampallo - Return of Peronism - Isabel Perón's Government - Left-wing Terrorism in The Automotive Industry
... In November 1971, in solidarity with militant car workers, Montoneros guerrillas took over a car manufacturing plant in Caseros, sprayed 38 Fiats with petrol, and then set them alight ... the parent company–and an Italian citizen, was kidnapped by ERP guerrillas in Buenos Aires on 21 March 1972 and found murdered on 10 April, after having been held in a "people's prison" in a working-class ... and a female employee was wounded when machine-gunned by the ERP guerrillas in a kidnapping attempt that netted them US$1 million from Ford as "protection money" ...
Maria Eugenia Sampallo - Return of Peronism - Isabel Perón's Government - "Annihilation Decrees"
... It started the campaign with no more than 100 men and women of the Marxist ERP guerrilla force and ended with about 300 in the mountains (including ... plane was downed near the Monteros mountains, apparently shot down by Guerrillas ... protection for its borders as well as proper treatment of captured guerrillas as POWs ...
Maria Eugenia Sampallo - Cuban Involvement With The Guerrillas
... in Buenos Aires to maintain direct contact with Argentine guerrillas ... In 1973, the Montoneros merged with the Cuban-backed FAR (Fuerzas Armadas Revolucionarias or Armed Revolutionary Forces) that in 1972 had planted a bomb in the Sheraton hotel in Buenos Aires that killed a ... The JCR consisted of four guerrilla groups the Uruguayan Tupamaros (MLN-T), the Chilean Movement of the Revolutionary Left (MIR) and the Bolivian Revolutionary Army (ELN) ...
Montoneros - From 1970 To Videla's Military Junta - 1975
... were killed after their patrol car came under fire from Montoneros guerrillas ... On 26 February 1975, the Montoneros kidnapped 62-year-old John Patrick Egan, the US consul in the city of Córdoba, in the country's northern interior and ... policemen were killed in their patrol car in another ambush by the urban guerrillas in Buenos Aires and an army conscript was killed by a booby-trapped bomb in Tucum ...
Operativo Independencia - Later Stages
... Efforts to restrict the rural guerrilla activity to Tucumán, however, remained unsuccessful despite the use of 24 recently supplied ex-US Army troop-transport helicopters ... In early October the 5th Brigade suffered a major blow again at the hands of Montoneros, when over one-hundred or perhaps several hundred guerrillas and supporting civilians carried out ... Its code name inside Montoneros was Operación Primicia ("Operation Scoop") ...