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The Revolución Libertadora (Spanish pronunciation: [reβoluˈsjon liβertaˈðoɾa], Liberating Revolution) was a military and civilian uprising that ended the second presidential term of Juan Perón in Argentina, on September 16, 1955.

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  • The Revolución Libertadora (Spanish pronunciation: [reβoluˈsjon liβertaˈðoɾa], Liberating Revolution) was a military and civilian uprising that ended the second presidential term of Juan Perón in Argentina, on September 16, 1955.
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  • Revolución Libertadora
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  • The Revolución Libertadora (Spanish pronunciation: [reβoluˈsjon liβertaˈðoɾa], Liberating Revolution) was a military and civilian uprising that ended the second presidential term of Juan Perón in Argentina, on September 16, 1955.
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  • *Argentine Air Force
  • *Argentine Army
  • *Argentine Navy
  • *Radical Civic Union
  • *Socialist Party
  • Argentine Armed Forces
  • Argentine Government
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  • Civilian Opposition
  • Justicialist Party
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  • Eduardo Lonardibecomes acting head of state
  • Peronist government overthrown
  • military dictatorshipseizes power
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  • Military uprising against Peron's Government. For several days, there was some fighting in provinces such as Córdoba and Corrientes.
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  • Presidents Eduardo Lonardi and Pedro Aramburu, the first leaders of the post-Perón era in Argentina
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  • Eduardo Lonardi
  • Pedro Aramburu
  • Juan Perón
  • Alberto Teisaire
  • Isaac Rojas
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  • Revolución Libertadora
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  • --06-16
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  • Eduardo Lonardi becomes acting head of state
  • Peronist government overthrown
  • military dictatorship seizes power
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