Raúl Apold

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Evita and Juan Perón at the Plaza de Mayo, 1951. Raul Apold is visible behind Peron.

Raúl Alejandro Apold (1898-1980) was the propaganda chief for Juan Domingo Perón.[1]

As a close associate of Eva Perón, Apold was an official with the General Confederation of Labor.


  • Mercado, Silvina (2013). El inventor del peronismo. Buenos Aires: Planeta.  (Spanish)


This article incorporates information from the equivalent article on the Spanish Wikipedia.
  1. ^ "Perón's Goebbels". EL PAIS. Retrieved 16 November 2013.  (Spanish)

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