On the night of 24th March 1976, a coup led by the Chiefs of the Armed Forces (Army, Navy, and Aviation) deposed Isabel Perón’s Government and started the self-proclaimed “Process of National Reorganization” (PRN), with the official aim of pacifying the country and revitalizing the drained economy. 7 years later, pressed by the demands of …
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