|Birthname||Juan Domingo Perón|
|born on||7 October 1895 at 10:00 (= 10:00 AM )|
|Place||Lobos (Buenos Aires), Argentina, 35s11, 59w06|
|Timezone||LST m64w11 (is standard time)|
|Astrology data||14°04' 25°19 Asc. 07°57'|
Argentine politician, the President of Argentina 1946-1955 when the Army and Navy opposition forced his resignation after a three-day revolution. He was a leading member of a cabal of fascist-minded officers, and after the military coup of 1943 solidified his political influence by nationalistic and reformist appeals to the urban working class. In his drive toward political power he was aided by his mistress and later, wife, Eva Duarte. Though he was criticized within and outside Argentina for his fascist sympathies, his political power increased so much that shortly after the war he was elected President of Argentina. It was the existence of such sympathies that made Argentina a place of refuge for many Germans after the collapse of the Reich.
Peron died 1 July 1974 Oliva, Argentina.
- spouse relationship with Perón, Eva (born 7 May 1919)
- spouse relationship with Perón, Isabel (born 4 February 1931)
- spouse relationship with Tizon Peron, Gabriela Aurelio (born 18 March 1902)
Castellanos quotes birth certificate in
(Formerly, Boris Cristoff by email 5/2002 writes, "Juan Person consulted me by mail from Spain in 1972, asking if he would have the permission to return to Argentina and rule it again. Juan Domingo Perón, born on Oct 8 1895, 8:30 Lobos, province Buenos Aires, Argentina." (Argentina was on Cordoba time 1894-1920))
(Formerly, Penfield Collection gave 6:30 AM as "recorded," not confirmed. Old-file had 7:00 AM. Marion March quoted Boris Cristoff, his astrologer, in an European magazine for 8:30 AM.)
- Vocation : Politics : Heads of state (President of Argentina)
- Notable : Book Collection : American Book