Eva Peron

Dujovne Ortiz, Alicia

The life of Eva Peron, the wife of Argentinian dictator Juan Peron, is shrouded in mystery, distortion and rumours. She is everything from saint to despot. This book analyses what is reality, what is folkore.

With access to newly declassified archives of the Peron government, Alicia Ortiz uncovers new information, including Juan Peron's connections to the Nazi Party.

Personal testimonies from people such as Father Benitez, Peron's personal confessor, and testimonies from associates, help explain some of Peron's controversial behaviour and the truth behind the legend.



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Publisher: St Martin's Press. Reprint 1995
Bump on corner of front board adjacent to spine, else fine in very good dustwrapper with a mark on the reverse.

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