Videla

Videla may refer to:

  • Jorge Rafael Videla (born 1925), de facto President of Argentina from 1976 to 1981
  • Gabriel González Videla (1898–1980), President of Chile from 1946 to 1952
  • Mario Videla (born 1962), a former Argentine footballer
  • Chilean destroyer Videla, a Serrano class destroyer in the Chilean Navy

Other articles related to "videla":

Reynaldo Bignone - Early Career
... by President Isabel Martínez de Perón resulted in the appointment of General Jorge Videla to the post of Chairman of the Joint Chiefs ... A quiet career military officer, Videla brought with him a number of protégés, among them Brigadier General Bignone, whom Videla named Secretary of the Joint Chiefs ... He was made Director of Military Institutes by de facto President Videla in 1980 ...
Luis María Mendía - Placintara Document
... important torture centers of Jorge Rafael Videla's junta ... signed before her overthrow in 1976 by Videla ... Mendía's point was to show that the repression had started well before Videla's coup ...
Mario Videla
... Mario Hernán Videla (born in 28 January 1962 in Mendoza) is a former Argentine footballer ... Videla started his professional career with Gimnasia y Esgrima de Mendoza in the early 1980s ... In 1987 Videla joined Millonarios in Colombia where he won back to back league titles with the club in 1987 and 1988 ...
González Videla Antarctic Base
62.867°W / -64.817 -62.867 Location of González Videla Base in Antarctica González Videla Base, on the Antarctic mainland's Waterboat Point in Paradise Bay, is named after Chilean President ...