Argentina and the United States

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Argentina, the Axis, and the United Nations

Relations between the United States and the Argentine Republic have deteriorated steadily since the United State became a belligerent in World War II. The bad feeling existing between the two countries has been aggravated during recent weeks by reports that the coup that overthrew the pro-Ally government of Bolivia, Dec. 20, had its inspiration across the border in Argentina, and by charges in the Chilean Congress, Dec. 30, that ...

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