Peronist

Some articles on peronist, peronists:

Funny Dirty Little War - Background
... the Montoneros political movement and the right-wing Peronist forces ... The Montonero Peronist Movement (Spanish Movimiento Peronista Montonero) was an Argentine left-wing Peronist guerrilla group, active during the 1970s ...
Argentine General Election, 1958 - Background
... violently overthrown in September of that year and the succeeding junta banned the Peronist Party and even the possession of Peronist mementoes or the very mention of the former leader or of the late Eva Perón ... an agreement with the exiled Perón, by which the banned Peronists would be given a voice in exchange for their support ... to run on a splinter ("Intransigent") ticket and leaving more anti-Peronist UCR voters with Ricardo Balbín, the party's 1951 standard bearer ...
Cultural Depictions Of Eva Perón - Songs
1948 Evita Capitana ("Captain Evita") Unknown Argentine Peronist anthem ... This is the female version of "The Peronist March", the same melody but with lyrics focused on Eva Perón 2006 Maria Eva Ignacio Copani A popular Argentine singer from a Peronist background ...
Radical Civic Union - History
1958 when a faction of the party allied with banned peronists (the so-called Intransigent Radical Civic Union) came back to power, led by Arturo Frondizi ... The growing tolerance of Frondizi towards his peronist allies provoked unrest in the army, which ousted the president in March 1962 ... elections took place in 1963 with the Peronist Party banned (as in 1958) ...
Peronist March
... The Peronist March (Marcha Peronista) is the anthem of the Peronist movement and the official song of the Justicialist Party of Argentina ...