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PRESIDENT JUAN D. PERON (ARGENTINA) - THIRD PERSON TYPED LETTER SIGNED 11/13/1946 - HFSID 89754

JUAN PERÓN Third Person Typed Letter signed by Perón, congratulating Oscar Ivanessevich, Argentina's Ambassador to the US, on a successful visit home Third Person Typed Letter signed "Juan Perón", 6¾x8½. Buenos Aires,1946 November 13. In Spanish, loosely translated.

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Condition: lightly soiled, otherwise fine condition
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JUAN PERÓN
Third Person Typed Letter signed by Perón, congratulating Oscar Ivanessevich, Argentina's Ambassador to the US, on a successful visit home
Third Person Typed Letter signed "Juan Perón", 6¾x8½. Buenos Aires,1946 November 13. In Spanish, loosely translated. General Juan Perón greets with affectionate consideration his distinguished friend, Ambassador Dr. Oscar Ivanessevich, and has found everything in order. Equally he states to him that measures will be adopted to make the trip a success. Juan Perón (1895-1974) was part of a military junta, which seized power in 1943 and made him secretary of labor and social welfare. Promoted to Vice President and Minister of War in 1944 but purged by suspicious fellow officers in 1945, Perón was released after massive protests by the labor unions whose support he had cultivated. Perón was elected President in 1946, serving until overthrown in a military coup (1956). Peron ruled with authoritarian methods, but his program of nationalism and economic justice appealed to many of his countrymen. While Perón lived in exile in Spain, his Peronista movement remained a powerful force in Argentine politics. He once again served as President from 1973 until his death, his final term marked by bitter conflict between the left and right wings of the Peronist movement. His first wife, Maria Eva Duarte (1919-1952), affectionately called Evita, helped him as de facto Minister of Health and Labor, acquiring a mass following of her own. His second wife, Maria Estella "Isabelita" Perón, succeeded him as President, but was ousted in a coup in 1976. Oscar Ivanessevich (1895-1976), a surgeon, poet, academic and politician of Croatian heritage, was Rector of the University of Buenos Aires, Ambassador to the United States (1946-1948) and Minister of Education (1948-1950), reportedly compelled to resign for running his ministry too independently. He returned as Minister of Education in Perón's final term, however. Horizontal and vertical fold creases at center. Lightly soiled. Otherwise, fine condition.

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