Soviet Newspaper Report
INTRODUCTION: Argentina is a beautiful South American country and home to tangoÂ and birthplace of Eva Peron, First Lady of Argentina in the 1940s and 1950sÂ and Diego Armando Maradona, best known for his nickname ÂPelusaÂ, one of the most famous athletes in the World History.
Argentina is one of the most industrialized countryÂ´s in Latin AmericaÂ The South American country is among the most stable and democratic countries in the Third WorldÂ Buenos Aires, ArgentinaÂ´s capital, is one of the most romantic and beautiful placesÂ is very famous for its hospitality.
This place is one of the most dynamic entertainment centers in Latin America.There are lots of theaters, fantastic tavernas restaurants and stadiumsÂ very peaceful and historical placesÂ The South American country has been benefited from the many infrastructure projects that were provided for the 1978 FIFA World Cup, 1990 FIBA World Cup, FIVB World Cup (1982 and 2002) and Pan American Games (1995).
FILMS AND BOOKS ABOUT ARGENTINA:
ÂEvitaÂ (1997), a film about Eva Duarte de Peron, former First Lady of Argentina in the 20th Century.
ÂThe Return of Eva Peron with the Killings in TrinidadÂ, a book about Third World dictatorshipsÂ by Vidiadhar Surajprasad Naipaul, who won the 2001 Nobel Prize for Literature.
Jorge Luis Borges (writer)/ Ernesto Sabato (writer)/ Carlos de Saavedra Lamas (jurist/ 1936 Nobel Prize for Peace) / Bernardo A. Houssay (scientist: 1947 Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine)/ Fernando Lamas (actor)/ Luis Leloir (1970 Nobel Prize for Chemistry)/ Mario Alvarez (architect) / Alfredo Agostini (architect) / Cesar Milstein (scientist) /Libertad Lamarque (singer) / Carlos Gardel(singer)/ Julio Bocca (dancer)Â
DID YOU KNOW THATÂ
Argentina is about 40 times the size of Switzerland.More than 30 million people live there. The vast South American country, bigger than France, Germany and Japan combined, is the birthplace of Jose de San Martin, who was a Latin American revolutionary in the 18th Century.
Gabtriela Sabattini (tennis player)/, Arturo Illia (former President of Argentina)/ Hector Campora (ex-President of Argentina)/ Octavio Dazzan (cyclist) Norma Cappagly (Miss World 1960)Â
OLYMPICS SPORTS AND ARGENTINAÂ
ArgentinaÂ´s national basketball team won its first-ever gold medal at the Olympic Games in Athens (2004). The final ranking: 1-Argentina, 2-Italy, 3-USA, 4-Lithuania, 5-Greece, 6-Puerto Rico, 7-Spain, 8-China, 9-Australia, 10-New Zealand, 11-Yugoslavia, 12-AngolaÂ
SURPRISESÂ 1982Â Buenos Aires hosted at the FIVB Volleyball MenÂ´s World Championship.There were 24 teams.The big favourites were The USSR (Olympic medal), Bulgaria, Japan, Cuba (gold medal at the Pan American Games), Brazil (gold medal at the ÂMundialitoÂÂ Brazil defeat Soviet team 3-1) and the PeopleÂ´s Republic of ChinaÂ SurprinsinglyÂ Under the leadership of Carlos Wagenfield, the home team defeated Japan 3-1 for the bronze medalÂ Before Japanese newspaper reported the match as a 3-0 (15-0, 15-3, 15-2).Ironically, Argentina did not qualify for Pan American Games in San Juan de Puerto Rico (1979).Finallly,the USSR (todayÂ´s Russia, Belarus, EstoniaÂ ) captured the menÂ´s gold medal, with Brazil finishing second and Argentina thirdÂ
DID YOU KNOW THATÂ
Argentina has three idols: Eva PeronÂ Diego Armando MaradonaÂ and Carlos Gardel.
Norma Leandro (actress)/ Gabriela Sabattini (tennis player)/ Paloma Herrera(dancer)Â Las Madres de la Plaza Mayo (human rights activists).
WHO IS ISABEL PERON?
Maria Estela Martinez de Peron or Isabel Peron, vice-president of Argentina from 1973 to 1974, was selected by Parliament to became Head of State of the country after the death of Juan Domingo PeronÂ In 1974, ArgentinaÂ´s Isabel Peron became to first woman to be President in the World History.
WHO IS MAXIMA ZORREGUIETA?
Currently, Maxima Zorreguieta, was born on Argentina, is the Princess of the NetherlandsÂ She is the second European Princess of Latin American descent.
OTHER FAMOUS PEOPLE BORN IN ARGENTINAÂ
The 1980 Nobel Prize for Peace was awarded to Adolfo Perez Esquivel, a human rights leader in the 1970s and 1980s.Adolfo was the second Latin to receive the Prize since 1936, when his countrymen Carlos de Saavedra won the PrizeÂ Adolfo became an outspoken critic of Argentinian dictator Jorge Rafael Videla Redondo.
DID YOU KNOW THATÂ
Argentinian Presidents have live in the Casa Rosada (Government Palace) since many decadesÂ
-Box, Ben. Footprint South American Handbook 2005.
-Fisher, Jo. Mothers of the Dissapeared, Zed Books, 1989
-Guevara Onofre, Alejandro. Enciclopedia Mundototal, Editorial San Marcos,Lima, 1999
-Lloyd, A. Dances of Argentina, Max Parish, London, 1995
-Mason, Tong. Passion of the People: Football in South America, Verso, London, 1995.
-Naipaul, V.S. The Return of Eva Peron with the Killings in Trinidad, Andre Deutsh Limited, London, 1980.
ALEJANDRO GUEVARA ONOFRE:I am a writer about Third World issues (human rights, biographies, culture, history, olympic sport, democracy, womenÂ´s rights).My hobbies and interests are writing essays, going to the gym, browsing the Internet, Foreign Politics, learning about cultures, reading (my favourite writer is Juan Gasparini from Argentina), cooking Peruvian food, listening to American and British Music (my favourite singer is Barry White).
My personal motto is "the future is for those people who believe in the beauty of their dreams" by Eleanor Roosevelt...My heroes are Frida Kahlo (Mexican painter), Mpule Kwelagobe (ex Miss Universe and currently Anti-AIDS activist), Bono, Dian Fossey, Jimmy Carter, Oprah Winfrey,Hernando de Soto, Javier Perez de Cuellar and Mario Vargas Llosa...
The truman doctrine, what happened?
I have looked around the internet for answers but things like wiki are far too complicated and doesn't have the information i need, all i want to know is, what happened with the Truman Doctrine in 1947 - 48?
Im writing 2 newspaper reports, one from Americas side and one from a soviet side. So ideas from both sides will be a huge help as well. And lastly, what is a name of a soviet newspaper from 1947 - 48?
Thanks and please reply asap!! đź™‚
The major Soviet newspaper was Pravda.
Most say it started the Cold War.
"First the United Kingdom and later the U.S. gave extensive military and economic aid to the Greek Government. Communist successes in 1947-48 enabled them to move freely over much of mainland Greece but with extensive reorganization and American material support the Greek National Army was slowly able to regain control over most of the countryside. Yugoslavia closed its borders to the insurgent forces in 1949 after Marshal Tito of Yugoslavia broke with Stalin and the Soviet Union."
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