Questions pertaining to historical significance of the country Argentina
Questions pertaining to historical significance of the country Argentina
increased the tax burden of the wealthy upper class.
It became a horror for Peron and the Argentenians. They failed to recapture it from the British
Yes. It is embalmed and done so in a way so that her appearance will never fade with time
He reached the position of President of Argentina for 3 terms in- 1946, 1951, 1973. Before he was an Argentine General and diplomat. Peronism is named after his ideal and policies
"Flag of Argentina" redirects here. For a list of Argentine flags, see List of Argentine flags.Flag of ArgentinaUseNational flag and ensignProportion9:14AdoptedFebruary 27, 1812DesignA triband flag with horizontal bands coloured light blue, white and light blue with the yellow Sun of May charged in the center.Designed byManuel BelgranoUseCivil flag and ensignAdoptedFebruary 27, 1812DesignA triband flag with horizontal bands coloured light blue, white and light blue.Designed byManuel Belgrano The Official Ceremonial Flag The Official Ceremonial Flag has… Read More
Well if you have ever heard o fthe Falklands war then you should already know that they most certainly do. If not then ys as most nations all have a military whether big or small, powerfull or weak. The Argentinian military however is pretty well structured and can be quiet effective but obviously the true strength of their army depends on the soldiers themselfes and how good they are at their job.
no, Argentina has not changed. but the president has
Yes they met, in Ayacucho, Ecuador to discuss how to better approach the problem of giving Peru its independence.
Yes, she has two children: Florence and Maximo.
Aurelia Gabriela Tizón de Perón, María Eva Duarte de Perón and María Estela Martínez de Perón
No, it was about Juan Perons previous wife, Eva. Isabel came long after Eva had died.
With the girls, Perón behaved with utmost propriety, except toward a fourteen year-old, Nelly Rivas. She began helping around the house with chores, then staying overnight, and eventually she moved in with him. It was a scandal, with rumors floating around about orgies. The sight of Perón riding down the avenue on a motor bike with a flock of teenage girls behind him on their motorbikes did not help. Perón's image never recovered. In July… Read More
We have a representative democratic republic, in which the President is both head of state and head of government. And as the same with all the American countries, we don't have royal families. The kingdoms are in Europe, not America.
Dr buzzards original Savannah band
He is important because he was a American farter
Ernesto "Che" Guevara was a hero. Some capitalists like to think that he was a terrorist, but he was a hero to the people. He beleived in better rights for working people, and helped out much in Cuba with public housing, money, and was a people's person. He also died fighting for a noble cause, the people of Latin America.
For men, in no particular order: Juan, José, Carlos, Jorge, Omar, Oscar, Roberto, Miguel, Rodrigo, Rubén, Alberto, Alejandro, Daniel, Mario, Diego, Gustavo, Claudio, David, Facundo, Augusto, Pedro, Manuel, Adrián. For women, in no particular order: María, Carolina, Cecilia, Silvia, Mónica, Alicia, Gabriela, Paula, Paola, Natalia, Cristina, Romina, Alejandra, Silvina, Silvana, Susana, Viviana.
Cristina FernÃ¡ndez de Kirchner is Argentina's only female president thus far.
It is Latin.
Yes, She was 1 Of 5 of her siblings!!
234 years followed by the end of the revolutional war
No . Che was a good man . i am a capitalist and i support capitalism . The common mistake people make is the che was a communist . HE WAS NOT (although he followed the ideas of communism ) . people say that che was a murder , which is true , but when you put it like that then bush was also a murder when he sent the troops to iraq . che… Read More
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Jorge Rafael Videla was 87 years old when he died on May 17, 2013 (birthdate: August 2, 1925).
Little Eva was 59 years old when she died. How sad that she didn't live a full life. :(
Argentina has one president at a time. Counting elected president, vice president that became president and military leaders that held the office of president of Argentina, there have been 52 presidents.
Ernesto "Che" Guevara was famous for drinking Yerba Mate, a tea-like drink grown in South America.
Lots of beef. An "asado" or barbecue is a common Sunday tradition. Most of the cow is eaten! Also lots of Italian style foods such as pizza, pasta, etc. Another popular dish is called "milanesa." Its a breaded piece of chicken or beef that can be cooked in the oven or fried. A common variation of a milanesa is a milanesa "napolitana." Its breaded chicken or beef topped with a tomato like sauce, cheese, and… Read More
yes she did a dad Juan Duarte and 4 siblings. Elisa Blanca Juan And Erminda
Isabel Martínez de Perón was not elected to the Presidency at all! She took office after her husband, Juan Perón, died in office in 1974 (she was his Vice-President at the time). Her official term is listed as July 1, 1974 - March 24, 1976.
Yes, she was.
Argentinian revolutionary Ernesto "Che" Guevara (1928-1967)
Eva Kaili is 32 years old (birthdate: October 26, 1978).
Cristina Fernández de Kirchner was the President of Argentina in 2008. She was elected in 2007, and took the position as of Dec 11 of that year, serving until 2015 December 10. She succeeded her husband, Nestor Kirchner, the previous President of Argentina, who declined to run for re-election in 2007, and later passed away from heart-failure in 2010.
Juan Perón was born on October 8, 1895.
Juan Perón was born on October 8, 1895.
Maria de los Remedios de Escalada died on August 3, 1823 (aged 25).
No. Most likely because their were no natives to make them, 97% European descent.
To establish a Marxist regime
Ernesto "Che" Guevara was a leprosy doctor. He got his certificate from the University of Buenos Aires, which is the capital of Argentina
he did strikes
Argentina believed and to this day believes that the Falkland Isles are theirs, however because the residents on the isle are British; Britain claims right of Sovereignty. Argentina invaded the island believing it to be a re-occupation of its own Territory, so England Sent a Naval Task Force to re-take the Island. Although neither side Officially declared War. As of 2011, and as it has since the 19th century, Argentina shows no sign of relinquishing… Read More
Hasta la Victoria Siempre
she was born mat 7 1919,Los Toldos,Argentina.
She was an actress.
At a state dinner.
Madre/mamá tiene treinta y cinco años.
On 29 April 1901, some private companies with the support of the Australian Government set up a competition to design a new flag for Australia. The prize money was ₤200 including ₤75 from a magazine and ₤50 from a tobacco company.There were 32,823 designs entered into the competition. Five flags were almost the same, and they shared first prize
Argentina got there independence from France' Spain and Mexico.
More than half Argentina hates her ^^ hope this answer helps you!
he died of a heart attack
Cristina Fernández de Kirchner was the President of Argentina in 2010. She was elected in 2007, and took the position as of Dec 11 of that year, serving until 2015 December 10. She succeeded her husband, Nestor Kirchner, the previous President of Argentina, who declined to run for re-election in 2007, and later passed away from heart-failure in 2010.
Because of the readily available resources in most of the Maya territory, small towns did not need to take part in long-distance trading and limited trade to local bartering and exchange. Despite the fact that the area was rich in resources, even the most self-sufficient farm families, which were the vast majority of the population, still had to participate in exchanges in order to obtain the necessities (the necessities would generally include some pottery, stone… Read More
Juan Peron was an off and on President of Argentina. He was president than got exiled but 18 years later he returned and became president again. He did some pretty good things for the country like raising workers wages and have a policy that nobody work on Sundays well except some jobs but then he tried to legalize divorce and prostitution that's why he got exiled in the first place. And whats really weird is… Read More
Italians started to immigrate to Argentina in the late 19th century. In 1892 immigrants made up half of the population of Buenos Aries.
San Martín, Belgrano, Sarmiento and some others.
Don't cry for me Argentina.....
July 9, 1816
9th of July 1816
She was a Roman Catholic as were/are most Argentines of the time and now. no she was just a roman catholic
Adolf Eichmann. Try clicking in Adolf Eichmann the history place.
Juan Peron was an Argentinian military officer and President. He was a part of the military that carried out the 1943 coup against president RamÃ³n Castillo. He later served as Minister of Labor and Vice President in the military junta led administration. He later severed ties with junta and ran for the president in 1946 elections. He was elected thrice as president and remained as president till 1955 when he was overthrown. He however, made… Read More
Che Guevara was an important figure in the Cuban revolution. He was an important military leader, he increased land reform in Cuba, and he was a force in improving literacy rate in Cuba (the literacy rate jumped from 60 percent to 96 percent).
In 1951, Eva Peron's husband was running for reelection as president of that country. During the election, she was put to sleep for surgery in November, and was told that she was to have her uterus removed and that her surgeon would be the famous Argentinian surgeon, Ricardo Finochietto. After she was asleep, and without her knowledge, famous American cancer surgeon, George T. Pack entered the operating room and removed an extensive cancer of the… Read More
It depends on what you call a good leader. He helped the poor and stuff but he mostly just stayed in office because of his wife
Yes Argentina is a country in South America.
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Eva Peron came from Argentina.
The three equal horizontal bands of light blue at the top, white, and light blue colors represent the clear skies and snow of the Andes. The yellow sun symbol with a human face in the middle of the horizontal bands represents the Sun of May, the Inca God.
The Falkland Islands
because he born in real on 14th of May but his parents make him before the marriage so the birth day in his document was 14th of June :)
Motto: En unión y libertad, "In Union and Liberty" Source: Wikipedia
Many Nazi fled to Argentina and other South American countries following the defeat of the Third Reich but Adolf Hitler was not among them. He committed suicide in Berlin with his bride Eva Braun and their bodies were burned. According to KGB files made public after the Soviet Union's disintegration, Russian troops recovered the charred remains and turned them over to the secret police who buried them under a garage in East Berlin. Later they… Read More
Western Europeans greatly influenced Argentina's culture and society. Two of these were Italy and Spain, which both colonized the country.
The Argentines believed that the islands had belonged to the Spanish empire and therefore belong to them. It is also theorized that there is a "tap into" the antarctic oil reserve ( which nobody can drill for because of the antarctic treaty) near or on the islands, bypassing the antarctic treaty meaning the islands are a bit more important than believed. This theory may be another motive for invasion and also would be a good… Read More
Eva Peron was 5'5" tall.
Juan Peron supported the working and laboring class and the organized labor movement. He also built support among the country's urban & working class and the Unions. he also became very popular when his affair with Eva, who he later married, became public. This gained him popularity because Eva was so much younger than Peron and people love gossip. Overall he portrayed himself as a good guy who just wanted to help the people of… Read More
loads, hundreds of thousands <><><> In ALL wars, hundreds of MILLIONS would be more accurate.
baby blue white
La Plata was Eva Peron City until Juan Peron was overthrown in 1955 per http://www.crwflags.com/FOTW/FLAGS/ar-l.html. Here is an excerpt: "In 1951 the National Territory of La Pampa becomes a province. A constitutional assembly to organize the new province is called. In 1952 the new province is named Provincia Eva Perón (Eva Perón Province). This name would be used until 1955 when General Perón is deposed by a military coup. At the same time the City… Read More
isabel martinez de peron
Because her greatest fear was to be forgotten
The May Revolution started on May 25, 1810. Independence was declared on July 9, 1816.
97% White Pure European descent, 3% Non-White
For 4 years.
She was the second wife of the President Juan Peron and she served as 1st Lady of Argentina from 1946 until her death in 1952.Eva was given the official title of "Spiritual Leader of the Nation."
Yes, in fact Eva was his 2nd wife. After her death Peron married Isabel Martinez de Peron
No, not specifically a white house. The official residence of the President is the Olivos Residence, a fairly large estate located in the neighbourhood called Olivos, just north of Buenos Aires. As for the government headquarters, just as the US has the White House, Argentina has a "Pink House". Yes, it's actually pink. Supposedly this color is due to it being painted long ago with paint colored with bulls' blood, a fairly common technique at… Read More
Carolina Garcia :P
1 July, 1974
1858 and it later appeared in The North American Review, December 1885: pages
nothing lol i dont no
Éva Risztov is 26 years old (birthdate: August 30, 1985).
First lady of Argentina nad spirit leader of the nation
"Shoot you coward, you're going to kill a man."
Buenos Aires es la capital de Argentina
Argentina is the feminine singular of the Latin argentinus meaning "silvery".