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Montoneros

Montoneros (Spanish: Movimiento Peronista Montonero-MPM) was an Argentine leftist urban guerrilla group, active during the 1960s and 1970s. The name is an allusion to 19th century Argentinian history.

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Some articles on montoneros:

Horacio Verbitsky - Early Life
... During the 1970s he was a member of Montoneros, a guerrilla organization ... He also stated that he had no important functions in the Montoneros organization ... Along with Mario Firmenich and five other Montoneros, he was indicted for allegedly being involved in the planning and execution of the bombing of the Superintendence of ...
Rodolfo Walsh - His Role As Part of The Montoneros Intelligence
... role in gathering important information for the Montoneros' Military Secretariat Department of Information and Intelligence ... As a second officer of Montonero intelligence, Rodolfo Walsh had reportedly informed the Montoneros leadership in January 1976 that the Argentine military commanders were ... Juan Carlos ("El Hippie") Alsogaray, a Montoneros officer secretly working for Walsh, was killed in a fierce confrontation with Argentine paratroopers on 13 February 1976, when his 65-strong Montoneros ...
Pedro Eugenio Aramburu - Montoneros
... It was in this background that the Montoneros, led by Fernando Abal Medina were formed. ...
Maria Eugenia Sampallo - Participation of Members of The Catholic Church On Both Sides
... Some Catholic priests sympathized with and helped the Montoneros ... Juan Ignacio Isla Casares, with the help of the Montoneros commander Eduardo Pereira Rossi (nom de guerre "El Carlón") was the mastermind behind the ambush and killing of five ... Mario Firmenich, who later became the leader of the Montoneros, was the ex-president of the Catholic Action Youth Group and a former seminarian himself ...