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HISTORIA ARGENTINA Cap. 9 - Algo Habrán hecho - San Martín | History | History
Jun 03, Boris Baranov rated it really liked it. Muy buen vistzo al proceso militar desde entrevistas a los protagonistas. Mariano rated it it was amazing Sep 22, Julio rated it liked it Apr 29, Pbualo rated it really liked it Aug 31, Romina rated it really liked it May 17, Pili Dar rated it liked it Jun 10, Ernesto rated it liked it Jun 30, Toto rated it it was ok Dec 27, Lucio Gambande rated it liked it Jan 27, Juan rated it it was amazing Jul 08, Kev Aiello rated it it was amazing Sep 07, Diego rated it liked it Feb 14, Background After successive defeats suffered in the revolutions of and , and not having achieved free and fair elections, the Radical Civic Union entered a serious crisis, which deepened after with the suicide of Leandro N.
Onto this core - composed of young men, recruited. Events in the year in Argentina. August attack against Quintana, while his coach went on to Government House, a man fired several times at Quintana.
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Buenos Aires: La Bastilla. The consequence of the revolution was that the head of the Viceroyalty, Viceroy Cisneros, was ousted from office, and role of government was assumed by the Primera Junta. There are many reasons, both local and international, that promoted such developments. The United States had emancipated themselves from the Kingdom of Great Britain in , which provided a tangible example that led Criollos to believe that revolution and independence from Spain could be realis.
During her husband's third term as president from to , Isabel served as both vice president and First Lady. Following her husband's death in office in , Isabel served as president of Argentina from 1 July to 24 March , when the military took over the government and placed her under house arrest for five years, before exiling her to Spain in She holds the distinction of having been the first woman to have had the title of "President", as opposed to a queen or prime minister. In an Argentine judge ordered her arrest over the forced disappearance of an activist in February , on the grounds that the disappearance was authorized by her signing of decrees allowing Argentina's armed forces to take action against "subversives".
European Argentines belong to several communities which trace their origins to various migrations from Europe and which have contributed to the country's cultural and demographic variety. Due to the fact that the main entry point for European immigrants was the Port of Buenos Aires, they settled mainly in the central-eastern region known as the Pam. He completed his studies at the University of La Laguna on the island of Tenerife. Canarian Editors Association.
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An open cabildo deposed him as viceroy during the May Revolution, but he attempted to be the president of the new government junta, thus retaining power. The popular unrest in Buenos Aires did not allow that, so he resigned. He was banished back to Spain shortly after that, and died in Biography Baltasar Hidalgo de Cisneros was born on January 6, , which is the religious feast of Epiphany day, Hence he was named Baltasar after one of the Biblical Magi. While in Europe, he was introduced to the ideas of the Enlightenment, which later motivated him to overthrow the reigning Spanish in colonial South America.
The screenplay by Paraguayan writer Augusto Roa Bastos was based on his short story La hija del ministro. It rocketed Sarli to stardom and is now considered a cult classic. The story is a social drama about the exploitation of man. Consequently, Boca is ranked fifth in the world in terms of number of internationally recognized titles, tied with Milan and Independiente, and behind Real Madrid 25 , Barcelona, 20 a.
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Severino Di Giovanni Chieti, Italy, 17 March — Buenos Aires, Argentina, 1 February , was an Italian anarchist who immigrated to Argentina, where he became the best-known anarchist figure in that country for his campaign of violence in support of Sacco and Vanzetti and antifascism. Raised right after World War I in a period of deprivations, such as hunger and poverty, his upbringing had a huge impact on his politics. He followed courses to become a teacher, and soon started teaching, before graduating, in a school of his town.
The Primera Junta or First Assembly is the most common name given to the first independent government of Argentina. It was created on 25 May , as a result of the events of the May Revolution. The Junta initially had representatives from only Buenos Aires. The Junta operated at El Fuerte the fort, where the modern Casa Rosada stands , which had been used since as a residence by the Viceroys.
Juntas were a form of transitional or emergency g. Controversial anarchist trial defendants Bartolomeo Vanzetti left and Nicola Sacco Nicola Sacco April 22, — August 23, and Bartolomeo Vanzetti June 11, — August 23, were Italian-born American anarchists who were controversially convicted of murdering a guard and a paymaster during the April 15, , armed robbery of the Slater and Morrill Shoe Company in Braintree, Massachusetts. Seven years later, they were electrocuted in the electric chair at Charlestown State Prison.
Both men adhered to an anarchist movement. After a few hours' deliberation on July 14, , the jury convicted Sacco and Vanzetti of first-degree murder and they were sentenced to death by the trial judge.
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Anti-Italianism and anti-immigrant bias were suspected as having heavily influenced the verdict. A series of appeals followed, funded largely by the private Sacco and Vanzetti Defense Committee. The appeals were based on recanted testimony, conflicting ballistics evidence, a prejudicial pre-trial statement by t. The excuse for the Coup d'Etat was the armed actions of the Montoneros and the ERP, but actual target of the Operation Condor were students, militants, trade unionists, writers, journalists, artists and anyone suspected to be a left-wing activist, including Peronist guerrillas.
Josephine Baker in A vedette is the main female artist of a show derived from cabaret and its genres revue, vaudeville, music hall or burlesque. The purpose of the vedette in a cabaret or nightclub show is to entertain the public. The vedette has to know how to sing, dance and act on stage. Depending on the quality of its show, career or mastery of one or more stage talents, can be considered a super vedette or first vedette. Generally a vedette is a woman with physical presence, personality and charisma that captivates the public.
In addition to singing, dancing and acting, vedettes often included groups of dancers, flashy and revealing costumes, magicians, comedians, jugglers, and even performing animals. Vedettes specializing in burlesque generally do striptease and may also perform nude on stage. In the 20th century, vedette shows were successful in the cabarets, theaters and nightclubs of countries such as Spain, France, Argentina and Mexico.
Paris and Las Vegas were considered the main cradle. The national cockade of Argentina. Origin The origin of the colours of the cockade and the reasons for their election cannot be accurately established. Supposedly, a group of ladies from Buenos Aires first wore the cockade on May 19, , in a visit to then-Colonel Cornelio S. Enrique Domingo Dussel Ambrosini born December 24, is an Argentine and Mexican academic, philosopher, historian, and theologian. Luis Miguel is also recognized as the only Latin singer of his generation to not crossover to the anglo market during the "Latin Explosion" in the s.
Having won his first Grammy Award at the age of fourte. He was the first Argentine to circumnavigate the world. During his voyage around the globe he blockaded the port of Manila. In Hawaii, he recovered an Argentine privateer which had been seized by mutineers. He also met the local ruler, King Kamehameha I. His forces occupied Monterey, California, then a Spanish colony, raised the Argentine flag and held the town for six days.
Toward the end of the voyage Bouchard raided Spanish ports in Central America. Early life Bouchard was born in a s. Cinema of Argentina refers to the film industry based in Argentina. The Argentine cinema comprises the art of film and creative movies made within the nation of Argentina or by Argentine filmmakers abroad.
The Argentine film industry has historically been one of the three most developed in Latin American cinema, along with those produced in Mexico and Brazil. It lasted from to , and was fought over Chilean claims on coastal Bolivian territory in the Atacama Desert. The war ended with victory for Chile, which gained a significant amount of resource-rich territory from Peru and Bolivia. Chile's army took Bolivia's nitrate rich coastal region and Peru was defeated by Chile's navy. For the first five months the war played out in a naval campaign, as Chile struggled to establish a sea-based resupply corridor for its forces in the world's driest desert.
During eight years of traveling across the US Southwest, he became a trader and faith healer to various Native American tribes before reconnecting with Spanish civilization in Mexico in Cabeza de Vaca is sometimes considered a proto-anthropologist for his detailed accounts of the many tribes of Native Americans that he encountered. In , Cabeza de Vaca was appointed adelantado of what is now Argentina, where he was governor and captain general of New Andalusia. Anton Higueras de Santana — was a Spanish Captain, who served as expeditionary and conquistador.
He participated in the second foundation of Buenos Aires, holding honorary positions as mayor and alderman of the Cabildo. Contrary to previous protests, the Cordobazo did not correspond to previous struggles, headed by Marxist workers' leaders, but associated students and workers in the same struggle against the military government. But in Cordoba they decided to do a general strike one day earlier, on 29 May This strike brought police repression and a civil uprising, an episode later termed the Cordobazo.
Isabel Camila Masiero born in Mendoza, Argentina , better known by her stage name Princesa Yamal, is a Mexican vedette, actress and dancer of Argentine origin. She was one of the most popular Mexican vedettes during the s and s. At that time she worked in Panama, where she starred as main star in the famous Playboy nightclub.
Before settling in Mexico, she had offers to work in Japan, Milan and Miami. She refused to work in Italy, since one of her uncles was a priest in that country. The show of PrincesaYamal was different from those presented in Mexico at that time. Her specialty was the Arab dances. Yamal is an Arabic word meaning beauty. She also participated in some films of the called Mexican sex comedy, as well in the popular magazines of that time. In , the vedette was involv.
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Anne Chapman Anne MacKaye Chapman c. Biography She studied the Mesoamerican civilizations and especially the Tolupan Jicaque people of Honduras. She had visited Magallanes and Tierra del Fuego many times since to study the Fuegian peoples in depth, especially the Selk'nam and Yahgan. Chapman wrote on many important anthropologic issues; possibly her most important work concerning the Fuegians was Drama and Power in a Hunting Society: The Selk'nam of Tierra del Fuego Blas Matamoro born January 11, in Buenos Aires, Argentina is an Argentine writer, lawyer, journalist and translator.
He worked as an education professor and as a lawyer. In , "Tres Rosas Amarillas" published a collection of his short stories under the titl. His son is the noted cartoonist Enrique Breccia. After leaving school, Breccia worked in a tripe packing plant and in he got a job for the magazine El Resero, where he wrote articles and drew the covers. With Hugo.