Juan Domingo Peron was an Argentine military officer, and politician .Juan Peron was elected three times as President of Argentine. He was also a government seven times. Perón married his first wife, Aurelia Tizón on January 5, 1929. The couple had no children, and Tizón died of uterine cancer nine years later. Juan peron died of heart failure He was a roman catholic
Juan Domingo Peron was born on the 8 October 1895 and died on the 1of July 1974. In 1938, Perón was sent to Italy, France, Spain, Germany,Hungary, Al bania and Yugoslavia as a military observer. He returned to Argentina in 1942, and served as an Army skiing instructor in mendoza Province. Military government of 1943–1946
Perón was born in Lobos, Province of Buenos Aires, Argentina. Perón was buried in La Chacarita Cemetry in Buenos Aires. Military service was in Argentine.
One of five children, Maria Eva Duarte was born in Argentina in 1919. When she was seven years old, her father died, and she, along with her mothers and sisters, had to work as cooks for a rich family in order to survive. In 1933, when she had an acting part in the play "Students Arise", she decided that she was going to be an actress. So, she went to Buenos Aires to find acting jobs, which was very difficult. She worked as a model at times and got parts in a few plays, including "La Senora de Perez," but it was hard to have enough food and money to live on. However, when she dated the owner of Sintonia Magazine, she found that she had enough food, money, and jobs and realized that having an impressive boyfriend was directly related to how well she did. At the time, she also worked as a radio host at Radio Argentina, Radio Belgrano, and a third radio station. In 1951, Eva decided she would run for vice president. The descamisados supported her, but the military didnt because they didnt want a female vice president. So, Eva was unable to become vice president. Sadly, she died at a fairly young age on July 26, 1952.
Eva then persuaded a party to be hosted by Colonel Anibal Imbert, and this changed her life forever. There, she met Colonel Juan Domingo Peron, then the secretary of the United Offices Group. As they began to fall in love, Juan became Under Secretary at the War Ministry and the head of Secretary of Labor and Welfare. On February 24, 1944, Juan refused to resign and the president of Argentina was forced to resign instead. Juan soon became the vice president to the new president, and Eva stayed with him. On December 9, Eva and Juan were married at a small wedding. Juan ran for president and was highly supported by the poor. He was elected on March 28 and Eva became the First Lady. As First Lady, she had all the Argentinians call her by her more informal and friendly name, Evita, and helped out the poor and the country as much as she could. She organized the Peronista partys womens branch, showing her support of womens rights. She also created the Eva Peron Foundation, which helped people get money, housing, and clothing. Mostly, she helped out the poor, whom she called "los descamisados," meaning "the shirtless ones," by establishing orphanages for children, among other things. Eva also toured Europe and was received well in Spain, but was not well received in France, Great Britain, or Italy. She certainly must have been happy to return to her country of Argentina.
In 1987, Perons tomb was desecrated, and his hands and some personal effects, including his sword, were stolen. Peróns hands were cut off with a chainsaw. A ransom letter asking for US$8 million was sent to some Peronist members of Congress.