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Standard of the President of Argentina

Presidential Standard.

The President of Argentina is the head of state of the South American nation, and since the defeat of the National Socialist Government that controlled it in the Third Global War, the post has been primarily a figurehead

List of Presidents of Argentina

First Republic Era

Name Portrait Period Notes
José de San Martín Smartin 1828 - 1832 One of the Leaders of the Latin American Insurrection.
Juan Martín de Pueyrredón Juan Martin de Pueyrredon 1832 - 1834 During his governmet began the an civil war between federalist and unitarians.
Bernardino Rivadavia Bernardino Rivadavia 2 1834 - 1836
Juan Lavalle Lavalle 1836 - 1838
Vicente López y Planes Vicente Lopez 1860 1838 - 1840 End of the Civil War.
Juan Manuel de Rosas Juan Manuel de Rosas 1840 - 1848 Beginning of the Rio de la Plata War
Deposed by the Military Coup led by Gral. Urquiza.
Justo José de Urquiza Urquiza 1848 - 1856 End of the Rio de la Plata War with Status Quo.
Santiago Derqui Santiago Derqui 1860 1856 - 1862
Ricardo López Jordán Ricardo López Jordán hijo 1862 – 1868
Bartolomé Mitre Bartolome Mitre 1868 - 1874
Domingo Faustino Sarmiento Domingo faustino sarmiento 1874 - 1880
Nicolás Avellaneda Nicolas Avellaneda 1880 - 1884 Civil War between tree factions: Federalists, PANs and Mitre's Liberals. After the Oficialist Liberal Victory, he call to early elections in 1884.

Second Republic Era

Name Portrait Period Notes
Julio Argentino Roca Julio A Roca 1884 - 1890
Miguel Juárez Celman M Juárez Celman 1890 - 1894 Resign
Carlos Pellegrini Retrato de Carlos Pellegrini 1894 - 1896 Resign
Luis Sáenz Peña L. Saenz Peña 1896 - 1990 Resign
Roque Sáenz Peña Roque Sáenz Peña 1900 - 1906
Victorino de la Plaza Victorino de la Plaza 1906 - 1912 Join to United Coalition in the Second Global War.
Juan Pablo Sáenz Valiente J P Saenz Valiente 1912 - 1916 Resign after the defeat in the 2GW.
Julio Argentino Pascual Roca Julio A. Roca hijo 1916 - 1919
José Félix Uriburu José Félix Uriburu 1919 - 1920
Robustiano Patrón Costas Patrón Costa 1920 - 1923

National Socialist Era

Name Portrait Period Notes
Nicolás Repetto Repetto 1923 - 1946 Leader and creator of the National Socialism ideology.

Chilean/Brazilian Occupation (1946-1952)

Name Portrait Period Notes
Eurico Gaspar Dutra Eurico Gaspar Dutra 1946 - 1952 Military Governor of the Brazilian aerea.
Rafael Fernández Reyes Rafael Fernández Reyes 1946 - 1952 Military Governor of the Chilean area.

Military Regime Era

Name Portrait Period Notes
Eduardo Lonardi Lonardi 2 1952 - 1956
Pedro Eugenio Aramburu PEAramburu 1956 - 1970
Juan Carlos Onganía Saludo militar de Onganía 1970 - 1978

Sorelist Era

Name Portrait Period Notes
Héctor José Cámpora Hector Campora 1978 - 1979 Provisional President
Ítalo Luder Ítalo Luder 1979 - 1987
María Estela Martínez María Estela Martínez de Perón 1987 - 1991 Juan Domingo Perón's wife, the historical leader of the Sorelism in Argentina.
Carlos Menem Carlos menem 1991 - 1997

Third Republic Era

Name Portrait Period Notes
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