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The Movimiento Nacionalista Tacuara (MNT, Tacuara Nationalist Movement) was an Argentine far right movement in the 1960s, which later integrated Juan Perón's right-wing “Special Formations”. Linked to the more conservative sectors of the Peronist movement, and directly inspired by Julio Meinvielle's Catholic pronouncements, Tacuara defended nationalist, Catholic, anti-liberal, anti-communist, antisemitic and anti-democratic ideas, and had as its first model the Spaniard Primo de Rivera's fascist Falange. Its main leaders were , Joe Baxter, and . Various ideologically contradictory movements emerged from this group. After three important splits in the early 1960s, the police cracked down on most factions in March 1964. A year later, the entire MNT was outlawed by President Arturo Illia (UC

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  • Movimiento Nacionalista Tacuara
  • Mouvement nationaliste Tacuara
  • Tacuara Nationalist Movement
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  • El Movimiento Nacionalista Tacuara fue una organización política de ultraderecha argentina, que actuó entre 1957 y 1966 utilizando el terrorismo. El 4 de abril de 1964, la Policía Federal informó que de enero a noviembre de 1963 los miembros del Movimiento Nacionalista Revolucionario Tacuara habían protagonizado cuarenta y tres hechos terroristas.​ Vinculado a los sectores más conservadores del movimiento peronista e inspirados directamente por la prédica del sacerdote católico Julio Meinvielle y del sociólogo francés Jacques de Mahieu, Tacuara defendía un ideario de corte fuertemente nacionalista, católico, fascista, anticomunista, antisemita y antidemocrático.
  • Le Mouvement nationaliste Tacuara renommé par la suite Mouvement nationaliste révolutionnaire Tacuara était une organisation politique d'extrême droite argentine, agissant entre 1955 et 1965 en utilisant le terrorisme Le 4 avril de 1964, la police fédérale a signalé que, de janvier à novembre 1963, des membres du Mouvement nationaliste révolutionnaire Tacuara avait dirigé quarante-trois actes terroristes. Lié aux secteurs les plus conservateurs du mouvement péroniste et directement inspiré par la prédication du prêtre catholique Julio Meinvielle et du sociologue français Jacques de Mahieu, Tacuara a défendu une idéologie forte nationaliste, catholique, fasciste, anti-communiste, antisémite et anti-démocratique.
  • The Movimiento Nacionalista Tacuara (MNT, Tacuara Nationalist Movement) was an Argentine far right movement in the 1960s, which later integrated Juan Perón's right-wing “Special Formations”. Linked to the more conservative sectors of the Peronist movement, and directly inspired by Julio Meinvielle's Catholic pronouncements, Tacuara defended nationalist, Catholic, anti-liberal, anti-communist, antisemitic and anti-democratic ideas, and had as its first model the Spaniard Primo de Rivera's fascist Falange. Its main leaders were , Joe Baxter, and . Various ideologically contradictory movements emerged from this group. After three important splits in the early 1960s, the police cracked down on most factions in March 1964. A year later, the entire MNT was outlawed by President Arturo Illia (UC
  • Tacuara är en falangistisk/fascistisk rörelse som uppstod i Argentina mot slutet av 1950-talet. I början av 1960-talet kom rörelsen att splittras i sinsemellan olika fraktioner. Med tanke på den fascistiska och högerextrema bakgrunden är det förvånansvärt att vissa Tacuara-fraktioner kom att få en omfattande vänsterprägel. Andra fraktioner av rörelsen tog till sig peronismen, antingen i en "höger"- eller "vänsterform". Således kan den vänsterextremistiska gerillagruppen Montoneros härledas tillbaka till Tacuara, med åren övergick man till en mer vänsterbetonad form av peronism. Likaledes på den andra ytterligheten av höger-vänster skalan; den högerextremistiska terroristgruppen Alianza Anticomunista Argentina (AAA), som betonade högertendenserna inom peronismen. Båda dessa grupper framträd
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