Juan Domingo Perón (Spaingie pronunciation: [ˈxwan doˈmiŋɡo peˈɾon];), 8 October 1895 – 1 Julie 1974, wis an Argentine general an poleetician, electit three times as Preses o Argentinae, efter serving in several government positions, including the Secretar o Labor an the Vice Presidency. He wis owerthrown in a militar coup in 1955. He returned tae pouer in 1973 an servit for nine month, till his daith in 1974 when he wis succeedit bi his third wife, Isabel Martínez.


Juan Domingo Perón
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Preses o Argentinae
In office
12 October 1973 – 1 Julie 1974
Vice PresesIsabel Martínez de Perón
Precedit biRaúl Lastiri
Succeedit biIsabel Martínez de Perón
In office
4 Juin 1946 – 21 September 1955
Vice PresesHortensio Quijano
Alberto Teisaire
Precedit biEdelmiro Farrell
Succeedit biEduardo Lonardi
Vice Preses o Argentinae
De facto
In office
8 Julie 1944 – 10 October 1945
PresesEdelmiro Farrell
Precedit biEdelmiro Farrell
Succeedit biJuan Pistarini
Preses o the Juisteecialist Party
In office
21 November 1946 – 1 Julie 1974
Precedit biPoseetion established
Succeedit biIsabel Martínez de Perón
Meenister o War
In office
24 Februar 1944 – 10 October 1945
PresesPedro Pablo Ramírez
Edelmiro Farrell
Precedit biPedro Pablo Ramírez
Succeedit biEduardo Ávalos
Secretar o Labour an Social Security
In office
1 December 1943 – 10 October 1945
PresesPedro Pablo Ramírez
Edelmiro Farrell
Precedit biPoseetion established
Succeedit biDomingo Mercante
Personal details
BornJuan Domingo Perón
8 October 1895(1895-10-08)
Lobos, Buenos Aires, Argentinae
Dee'd1 Julie 1974(1974-07-01) (aged 78)
Olivos, Buenos Aires, Argentinae
Restin placeMuseo Quinta 17 de Octubre
San Vicente, Buenos Aires, Argentinae
Poleetical pairtyLabour Pairty (1945–1947)
Justicialist Pairty (1947–1974)
Spoose(s)Aurelia Tizón (m. 1929; her daith 1938)
Eva Duarte (m. 1945; her daith 1952)
Isabel Martínez Cartas (m. 1961; his daith 1974)
Signatur
Militar service
AllegianceArgentinae
Service/branchArgentine Airmy
Years o service1913–1945
RankLieutenand General

Perón an his seicont wife, Eva Duarte, war immensely popular among mony Argentinians, an to this day they ar still considered icons bi the Peronist Party. The Peróns' follaeers praised their efforts tae eliminate poverty an tae dignify labor, while their detractors considered thaim demagogues an dictators. The Peróns gave their name tae the poleetical muivement kent as peronismo, which in present-day Argentinae is represented mainly bi the Justicialist Pairty.