Consequences of the Military Dictatorship in Argentina

Argentine Military Dictatorship (1976 – 1983) History, Causes & Effects

Argentine Military Dictatorship (1976 – 1983) History, Causes & Effects

The Argentine military dictatorship, also called the National Reorganization Process, was a civic-military dictatorship that occurred in Argentina between 1976 and 1983.

This happened after the military coup that overthrew the government of María Estela Martínez de Perón, immediately installing a military junta that had Jorge Videla as de-facto president.