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Over four decades ago, South America experienced a dark period of home-grown terrorism led by socialist revolutionary groups, whose armed rebellion in turn sparked military dictatorships and state terrorism on a massive scale. By the s, one Argentine group, the Montoneros , stood out from the rest. The province bordered Paraguay, which was then ruled by the dictator Alfredo Stroessner. Reato vividly describes the start of the operation with the blue-clad, gun-wielding Montoneros waking the soldiers out of a Sunday slumber. But the book is not only a gripping drama. Reato uses his story as a prism through which he attempts to explain how the country continues to deal with its difficult past.

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Over four decades ago, South America experienced a dark period of home-grown terrorism led by socialist revolutionary groups, whose armed rebellion in turn sparked military dictatorships and state terrorism on a massive scale. By the s, one Argentine group, the Montoneros , stood out from the rest.

The province bordered Paraguay, which was then ruled by the dictator Alfredo Stroessner. Reato vividly describes the start of the operation with the blue-clad, gun-wielding Montoneros waking the soldiers out of a Sunday slumber. But the book is not only a gripping drama. Reato uses his story as a prism through which he attempts to explain how the country continues to deal with its difficult past.

The victims of the tragedy in Formosa received different treatment by the state, political parties and human rights groups. He points out that, instead, the government expanded the list of victims of state terrorism to include those killed before the coup. But the author says his own investigation suggests the number is probably closer to 10, people.

According to the author, this tactic also offers a powerful tool to pressure adversaries and nonsupporting journalists. Without making excuses for the devastating dictatorship that followed, Reato does not, as many official accounts do, treat the socialist revolutionaries as idealists and martyrs. Instead, he offers a well-researched, critical view that directly links the military coup to the bloody atrocities perpetrated by the guerrillas themselves.

In this, he has support from some guerrillas. In fact, some ex- Montoneros interviewed for the book agreed with him that the violence in October was not only wrong but a strategic misstep.

Argentines, he suggests, should be wary of accepting official accounts of history that paint the military as the enemy and the revolutionaries as heroes. Search for:. Like what you've read? Subscribe to AQ for more. Any opinions expressed in this piece do not necessarily reflect those of Americas Quarterly or its publishers. Like what you're reading? Sign up for Americas Quarterly's free weekly newsletter and stay up-to-date on politics, business and culture in the Americas.

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[i]Operación Primicia: El ataque de Montoneros que provocó el golpe de 1976[/i] by Ceferino Reato

Operation Primicia was a large guerrilla assault that took place on 5 October , in Formosa, Argentina. It was the largest attack ever launched by the paramilitary group Montoneros , which attempted to seize the barracks of the 29th Forest Infantry Regiment. The attack was carried out in five phases. The airliner, a Boeing , was redirected to Formosa.

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