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  1. A History of Argentina in the Twentieth Century by Luis Alberto Romero, 2002-03-01
  2. The History of Argentina (Greenwood Histories of the Modern Nations) by Daniel K. Lewis, 2003-10-15
  3. A Brief History of Argentina by Jonathan C. Brown, 2010-06
  4. The New Cultural History of Peronism: Power and Identity in Mid-Twentieth-Century Argentina
  5. Argentina, 1516-1987: From Spanish Colonization to Alphonsín. (Updated) by David Rock, 1987-11-18
  6. A New Economic History of Argentina
  7. The Argentina Reader: History, Culture, Politics (Latin America in Translation)
  8. Long After Midnight at the Niño Bien: A Yanqui’s Missteps in Argentina by Brian Winter, 2008-03-04
  9. Argentina: An Economic Chronicle. How one of the richest countries in the world lost its wealth by Vito Tanzi, 2007-09-01
  10. Guerrillas and Generals: The Dirty War in Argentina by Paul H. Lewis, 2001-10-30
  11. The Invention of Argentina by Nicolas Shumway, 1993-03-18
  12. Argentina and the Jews: A History of Jewish Immigration (Judaic Studies Series) by Haim Avni, 2002-06-28
  13. Postmemories of Terror: A New Generation Copes with the Legacy of the "Dirty War" (Palgrave Studies in Oral History) by Susana Kaiser, 2005-12-11
  14. And the Money Kept Rolling In (and Out) Wall Street, the IMF, and the Bankrupting of Argentina by Paul Blustein, 2006-04-04

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Argentina History Flags, Maps, Economy, Geography, Climate, Natural Resources, Current Issues, International Agreements, Population, Social Statistics, Political System
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      When the War of Paraguay (1865-1870) ended (a war in which the alliance of Argentina with Uruguay and Brazil was named the Triple Alliance), the country began a stage of economic growth based on the export of livestock and agricultural products. This took place in a political background characterized by a long-awaited calm, which was crowned by a triumph: the federalization of Buenos Aires in 1880.
      The advent of modernity in the country brought new values and its own problems. Thus, for instance, there was a rise of new social sectors: the working classes, the industrial bourgeoisie and the middle classes, with the addition of large quantities of European (mostly Italian and Spanish) immigrants.
      Democracy supervised the whole process although sometimes circumstances and governments had little to do with democratic policies. The confrontation between conservatives and radicals marked this stage, until, in 1930, the government came to a violent end due to a coup d'tat led by General Jos Flix Uriburu. Since then, institutional instability and the alternation of civil and military governments marked the political situation of the country. The crisis also impinged on economy and confrontations between the agricultural and livestock sectors and industrialists had a leading role in the disruption of stability.
  • 2. 19th Century In Argentina History
    About Argentine history. The 19th century in Argentina, independence period, leaders, revolution and more of the 19th century in Argentina.
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    Hotels in Buenos Aires Tango Shows Buenos Aires Apartments Wine Tasting ... General Jos de San Martn , organized the armies that defeated the royalists and contributed decively to the independence of Chile and Peru. Peace was restored in 1820, but the central issue, formation of a stable government, remained unresolved. Throughout most of the following decade a state of anarchy, further compounded by war with Brazil from 1825 to 1827, prevailed in the United Provinces. Brazil was defeated in the conflict, a result of rival claims to Uruguay, which emerged as an independent state. The national political turmoil lessened appreciably after the 1829 election of General Juan Manuel de Rosas as governor of Buenos Aires Province . A federalist, Rosas cemented friendly relations with other provinces, thereby winning broad popular support. He rapidly extended his authority over the United Provinces which became known as the Argentine Confederation, and during his rule all opposition groups were crushed or driven underground.
    In 1833, Great Britain occupied the Malvinas Islands (Falkland Islands).

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    Argentina History; Argentina Economy; Argentina Personalities; Tango; Argentina Emblems; Argentina Culture; Weather Argentina; Argentina Postcards; Slides Show
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    Fernando De La Ra and Carlos Sal Menem. (10th dec, 1999) By the beginning of the 20th century Argentina had become one of the richest countries in the world, and its population had been boosted by the arrival of millions of Europeans. Civilian rule was generally peaceful and stable until a military coup in 1930. Another coup occurred in 1943, after which Juan Domingo Pern, a key figure in the coup, emerged as the country's leader. He encouraged the growth of labour unions and raised wages, and in 1946 he was elected president. Pern and his wife, Eva ( Evita ) , who was a champion of social welfare programmes, were immensely popular among the masses, but as the economy deteriorated Pern became increasingly autocratic. His efforts to secularize the nation brought him into conflict with the Roman Catholic Church and alienated his military officers; he was overthrown in 1955.
    After a series of military governments , Pern was allowed to return to power in 1973, but he died in 1974, leaving his second wife, Isabel, who had no political experience, as the first woman to head a national government in the western hemisphere. During her time in office, Marxist revolutionaries called Montonero, engaged in a violent guerrilla campaign, which led the military to take power in 1976. The army then embarked upon its own "dirty war" against those it considered subversive; thousands were murdered or disappeared.

    4. Argentina History - Flags, Maps, Economy, Geography, Climate, Natural Resources,
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      The first colonizers to arrive in South America were Spaniards. In a way, this happened by mere chance, since they intended to find a passage to India. Basically motivated by the expectations of finding precious metals, it is not surprising that the Spanish crown should consider Lima rather than Buenos Aires, which only had virgin lands and nomadic tribes with hostile natives.
      That is why the Viceroyalty of Peru developed slowly, always under the shadows of the Inca Empire.
      It was the interest aroused by the development of the port of Buenos Aires for countries such as Portugal (which expanded its colonizing campaigns up to Plata River), England and France, (which carried out expeditions in Patagonia and Malvinas) that made Spain aware of the importance and autonomy of this region.
      Viceroyalty of Plata River. Thus the Viceroyalty of Plata River was created in 1776. While, in the beginning, the population was distributed among different points of the interior, but, thanks to the prosperity of the littoral stockbreeders and the merits of the port of Buenos Aires, from which leather, tallow and wool were exported, economic activity was increasingly centered in Buenos Aires.
  • 5. History Of Argentina - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
    Mothers of the Plaza de Mayo Trial of the Juntas Carapintadas December 2001 riots Present day Argentina; History by topic; Economic Historiography Military
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    Argentina

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    Religion ... Transport The history of Argentina is divided by historians into four main sections: the pre-Columbian time, or early history (up to the 16th century), the colonial period (roughly 1516 to 1810), the independence wars and the early post-colonial period of the nation (1810 to 1880) and the history of modern Argentina from around 1880. The beginning of prehistory in the present territory of Argentina began with the first human settlements on the southern tip of Patagonia around 13,000 years ago. The written history began with the arrival of Spanish chroniclers with the expedition of Juan Díaz de Solís in 1516 to Río de la Plata river, which marks the beginning of Spanish domination in this region. In 1776 the

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    Argentina History. Comprehensive information about History in Argentina. Visit GeckoGo to find out about Argentina History.
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    7. Siglotreinta
    Jazz band from Argentina. History, discography, and reviews. In English and Spanish.
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    8. Argentina: History, Geography, Government, And Culture — Infoplease.com
    Information on Argentina — geography, history, politics, government, economy, population statistics, culture, religion, languages, largest cities, as well as a map and the
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    11. Argentina History - Unearth Travel
    History. The area of present Argentina was relatively sparsely populated until it was colonised by Europeans. Spain established a permanent colony on the site of Buenos Aires in 1580
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    The area of present Argentina was relatively sparsely populated until it was colonised by Europeans. Spain established a permanent colony on the site of Buenos Aires in 1580, and the Viceroyalty of River Plate in 1776. Independence from Spain was declared on 9 July 1816. Centralist and federationist groups were in conflict, until national unity was established and the Constitution promulgated in 1853. Foreign investment and inmigration from Europe aided the introduction of modern agricultural techniques and integration of Argentina into the world economy in the late 19th century. In the 1880s the "Conquest of the Desert" subdued or exterminated the remaining native tribes throughout Patagonia. From 1880 to 1930 Argentina became one of the ten wealthiest nations. Conservative forces dominated Argentine politics until 1916, when their traditional rivals, the Radicals, won control of the government. The military forced Hipolito Yrigoyen from power in 1930 leading to another decade of Conservative rule. Political change led to the presidency of Juan Domingo Perón in 1946, who aimed at empowering the working class and greatly expanded the number of unionised workers. The Revolucion Libertadora of 1955 deposed him.

    12. Los Hermanos balos
    For over 60 years these artist have performed the folk music of Argentina. History, music and related links. Site in English and Spanish
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    A NUESTROS PADRES TO OUR PARENTS Who taught us to love The traditions of Santiago. A SANTIAGO DEL ESTERO TO SANTIAGO DEL ESTERO Which taught us to love Las tradiciones argentinas. The Argentinan traditions. Dedication to '1st Album for the Piano Danzas Y Canciones Regionales Argentinas' Regional Argentine Dances and Songs'
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    13. Argentina - History & Culture
    A long with numerous nomadic tribespeople, two main indigenous groups existed in Argentina before the European arrival. In the northwest, near Bolivia and the
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    A long with numerous nomadic tribespeople, two main indigenous groups existed in Argentina before the European arrival. In the northwest, near Bolivia and the Andes, was a people known as the Diaguita, while further south and to the east were the Guarani. Together the Diaguita and the Guarani constitute the origins of permanent agricultural civilization in Argentina, both developing the cultivation of maize. The Diaguita are also remembered for having successfully prevented the powerful Inca from expanding their empire into Argentina from what is now Bolivia. It was perhaps a legacy of this successful resistance that enabled the native peoples of Argentina to carry on a prolonged campaign against colonization and rule by the Spanish. The first Spaniard to land in Argentina, Juan de Solis, was killed in 1516, and several attempts to found Buenos Aires were stymied by the local inhabitants. Inland cities were more successful, and it wasn't until the late 16th century that Buenos Aires was securely established. Despite its military success, indigenous resistance was inexorably weakened by the introduction of diseases from Europe. Even after the native threat became minimal, however, Argentina was still mostly neglected by Spain, which was more interested in developing Lima and the riches of Peru. Buenos Aires was forbidden to trade with foreign countries, and the city became a smuggler's haunt. The restrictive trade

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    15. Argentina: History — Infoplease.com
    Encyclopedia — Argentina History Early History. Little is known of the earliest inhabitants of the region. Only in NW Argentina was there a native population with a material
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    16. Argentina - History
    A selection of articles related to argentina history argentina - history Encyclopedia - Argentina. Argentina is a country in South America, situated between the Andes in the west
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    Read a number of articles from the Historical Text Archive dealing with history, trade, independence, geographical issues, military, and cultural/geographical issues. An excellent homework resource.
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    ARGENTINA HISTORY Along with numerous nomadic tribespeople, two main indigenous groups existed in Argentina before the European arrival. In the northwest, near Bolivia and the Andes, was a people known as the Diaguita, while further south and to the east were the Guarani. Together the Diaguita and the Guarani constitute the origins of permanent agricultural civilization in Argentina, both developing the cultivation of maize. The Diaguita are also remembered for having successfully prevented the powerful Inca from expanding their empire into Argentina from what is now Bolivia. Argentina's culture has been greatly affected by its immigrant population, mostly European. Their influence contributed to the demise of pre-Columbian cultures, resulting in the lack of a dominant indigenous population. The European immigrant groups each adopted different roles. The Basque and Irish controlled sheep rearing, the Germans and Italians established farms, and the British invested in developing the country's infra- structure.

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    The history of Argentina after America is discovered is from here on also the history of Buenos Aires because the country's main city and port constitutes most of the political, economic and cultural development of the country.
    Buenos Aires was founded in 1536 in the current day barrio(neighborhood) of La Boca. The center were the streets La Defensa and Humberto I. The city was given its name in honor of the patron saint of sailors, Virgin of Buen Ayre. At that point the so called city was a tiny hamlet of about 500 people.
    For most of the Colonial period, Buenos Aires remained out of the spotlight unlike the major port of Cartagena in Colombia or the gold mining towns of Peru and Bolivia. By the early 1800s the city's population grew to 7,500, but the city remained a quiet town outside most of the action. The city mainly survived by smuggling and illegal trade of the goods that did come in and out of it's port. The people of Buenos Aires came to be called portenos, or people of the port.
    The Independence of Argentina and Buenos Aires
    Argentina and Buenos Aires started to develop their own identity with the English invasions that started in 1806. The city was easily conquered by English general Beresford with only 1500 soldiers. But the victory was short lived because in a mere 6 weeks, Juan Martin Pueyrredon trained an army of 12,000 soldiers and reconquered Buenos Aires. The English persisted and sent another 8,500 soldiers in 1807. The English made a terrible decision of trying to capture the city without damaging it and so not using artillery in their attack. The English soldiers marched into the city only to be defeated by the inhabitants dropping stones and boiling water on the heads of the invaders.

    20. Argentina - History
    Argentina History 1516 / 1810 2000's
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    Home Site map Search Blog ... Multimedia ARGENTINA: Facts History Politics Economy ... Photos Argentina - History The first signs of human presence in Argentina are located in the Patagonia (Piedra Museo, Santa Cruz), and date from 11,000 BC. Around 1 AD, several maize-based civilizations developed in the Andean region (Santa Mara, Huarpes, Diaguitas, Sanavirones, among others). In 1480, the Inca Empire under the rule of emperor Pachacutec launched an offensive and conquered present-day northwestern Argentina, integrating it into a region called Collasuyu. In the northeastern area, the Guaran developed a culture based on yuca and sweet potato. The central and southern areas (Pampas and Patagonia) were dominated by nomadic cultures, unified in the seventeenth century by the Mapuches.
    European explorers arrived in 1516. Spain established a permanent colony on the site of Buenos Aires in 1580; the Viceroyalty of the Ro de la Plata was created in 1776.
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    In 1806 and 1807 the British Empire launched two invasions to Buenos Aires, but the creole population repelled both attempts. On May 25, 1810, after confirmation of the rumors about the overthrow of King Ferdinand VII by Napoleon, citizens of Buenos Aires took advantage of the situation and created the First Government Junta (May Revolution). Formal independence from Spain was declared on July 9, 1816 in Tucumn.

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