1943 in Argentina
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Events from the year 1943 in Argentina
- President: Ramón Castillo, Arturo Rawson, Pedro Pablo Ramírez
- Vicepresident: Sabá Sueyro, Edelmiro Julián Farrell
- The Radical Civic Union, the Socialist Party and the Democrat Progresist Party join forces to create the Democratic Union
- The CGT gets divided in two factions, led by J. Domenech and F. Pérez Leiroz
- Revolution of '43 - President Ramón Castillo is deposed by a military coup. Arturo Rawson takes the presidency, but he is removed immediately and replaced by Pedro Pablo Ramírez
- A laboral strike in Jujuy causes four deaths
- Laboral strike of Refrigerators Unions
- Juan Domingo Perón signs the first collective laboral agreement
- Hugo Wast, ministry of education, outlaws lunfardo and forces many tango artists to rewrite the lyrics of their songs.
- Juan Domingo Perón is appointed for the Secretary of Labour and Welfare.
- Many communist leaders, as José Peter, are jailed.
- Argentina keeps a neutral stance in World War II, amid foreign pressure to join the war
- January 6 - Osvaldo Soriano, journalist and writer (died 1997)
- January 16 - Jorge Sobisch, politician
- February 9 - Santiago Soldati, entrepreneur
- March 4 - Aldo Rico, soldier and politician
- April 6 - Omar Vergara, Olympic fencer
- April 7 - Ángel Marcos, footballer
- April 8 - Víctor Bó, film actor and producer
- May 1 - Carlos Trillo, comic book writer (died 2011)
- May 24 - Héctor Aguer, Archbishop of La Plata
- May 30 - Víctor Laplace, actor
- June 5 - Hermes Binner, physician and politician
- June 14 - Jeanine Meerapfel, German-Argentine film director and screenwriter
- July 13
- July 23 - Hugo Arana, film, television and theatre actor
- August - Norberto Ceresole, sociologist and political scientist (died 2003)
- August 1 - Carlos Roffé, film and television actor (died 2005)
- August 2 - Emilio Disi, actor
- August 3 - Elio Roca, singer
- August 4 - Angel Balzarino, writer
- August 18 - Norma Pons, actress (died 2014)
- September 17 - Carlos Sampayo, writer
- October 6 - Luis Alberto, footballer
- October 18 - Andrej Bajuk, Slovene politician and economist brought up in Argentina (died 2011)
- October 19 - Adolfo Aristarain, film director and screenwriter
- November 1 - José Ignacio García Hamilton, writer, historian, lawyer and politician (died 2009)
- November 5 - Mariano Etkin, composer
- November 6 - Roberto Telch, footballer
- November 12 - Claudio Slon, jazz drummer (died 2002)
- November 16
- November 18 - Leonardo Sandri, Roman Catholic cardinal
- November 25 - Dante Caputo, academic, diplomat and politician
- December 6 - Miguel Lunghi, politician
- December 12 - Miguel Ángel Raimondo, footballer
- date unknown
- January 11 - Agustín Pedro Justo, President of Argentina 1932-1938 (born 1876)
- January 29 - José A. Ferreyra, film director and screenwriter (born 1889)
- August 24 - Antonio Alice, painter (born 1886)
- October 15 - Sabá Sueyro, politician (born 1876)
- October 25 - Hubert Duggan, Argentine-born British soldier and politician (born 1904; tuberculosis)
- December 7 - Collier Twentyman Smithers, Argentine-born British painter (born 1867)
- Sobisch 2007 official site (Spanish)
- Swiss Info: Villa Lugano (Spanish)
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- Venezuela Analítica - Otra exclusiva de Analitica.com: Ceresole visto por él mismo
- Carlos Roffé at the Internet Movie Database.
- "Former Prime Minister Andrej Bajuk Dies" (in Slovenian). Slovenian Press Agency. 2011-08-16. Retrieved 2011-08-16.
- Murió el historiador y diputado García Hamilton Página 12, 19 June 2009 (Spanish)
- The Official Claudio Slon Website
- "Pope: Runners and riders". BBC News. BBC.
- Argentine chiefs jailed for life, BBC Online, 28 August 2008.
- Parker, William Belmont (1920). Argentines of today. Volume 5 of Hispanic Notes and Monographs. 2 (Digitized May 22, 2008 ed.). New York: The Hispanic Society of America. pp. 637–640.
- Selina Hastings, "Evelyn Waugh: A Biography" (Sinclair-Stevenson, London, 1994), p. 454.