Married Relationship facts

First Met 1944

Married 1945

President of Argentina
Juan Peron

President Juan Domingo Peron

Age

78

Born

Tuesday 08 Oct 1895

Died

1 Jul 1974

Other Partners

Isabel Peron

Married

1961

Aurelia Peron

Married

5 Jan 1929

Professional Partners

Juan Peron Siblings

Mario Peron

Brother

Other Partners

Errol Flynn

Alleged Affair

1945 (aft.)

Porfirio Rubirosa

Alleged Affair

Professional Partners

Eva Peron Siblings

Blanca Duarte de Alvarez Rodriguez

Sister

Elisa Duarte De Arrieta

Sister

Juan Duarte

Brother

Erminda Duarte

Sister

First Lady of Argentina 1946-1952
Eva Peron

Maria Eva Duarte de Peron

Age

33

Born

Wednesday 07 May 1919

Died

26 Jul 1952

Juan Peron
Bio Details

Full name

President Juan Domingo Peron

Gender

Male

Age

78

Date of birth

Tuesday 08 Oct 1895

Birth place

Lobos, Buenos Aires, Argentina

Date of death:

1 Jul 1974

Place of death

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Occupations

Argentinian Army Colonel

Vice President of Argentina (1944)

President of Argentina (1946 - 1955)

President of Argentina (1973)

Founder and leader of the Peronist movement in Argentina following his part in the 1943 coup that overthrew the civilian government of Argentina.
On becoming President in 1946 he set out to industrialise Argentina and with his wife, Eva Peron, working alongside him to improve living standards for the poor.  He achieved increasing wages for industrial workers and nationalising public utilities in order to improve the country's infrastructure.  
On becoming President in 1946 he set out to industrialise Argentina and, with his wife, Eva Peron, working alongside him, to improve living standards for the poor.  He achieved increasing wages for industrial workers and nationalising public utilities in order to improve the country's infrastructure.  He ran the country through a regime and severely restricted constitutional liberties.
His regime was overthrown in 1955 by a military coup led by democratic military officers.  Peron fled to Spain where he remained until 1973 when he was invited to return to Argentina by a government wishing to restore constitutional democracy.  Peron won the next Argentian Presidential election in October 1973.  He died a few months later in July 1974.  

Trivia

Juan Peron Family

Juan Peron's parents:

Juan Peron's father was Mario Peron Juan Peron's mother was Juana Peron


Juan Peron's current partners:

Juan Peron's wife was Isabel Peron Juan Peron's wife was Eva Peron Juan Peron's wife was Aurelia Peron


Juan Peron's siblings:

Juan Peron's brother was Mario Peron


Juan Peron's in laws:

Juan Peron's father in law is Carmelo Martinez Juan Peron's mother in law is María Josefa Cartas Olguín Juan Peron's father in law was Juan Duarte Juan Peron's mother in law was Juana Ibarguren Juan Peron's sister in law was Blanca Duarte de Alvarez Rodriguez Juan Peron's brother in law-by-marriage is Justo Álvarez Rodríguez Juan Peron's sister in law was Elisa Duarte De Arrieta Juan Peron's brother in law-by-marriage is Alfredo Arrieta Juan Peron's brother in law was Juan Duarte Juan Peron's sister in law was Erminda Duarte Juan Peron's brother in law-by-marriage is Orlando Oscar Bortolini


Eva Peron
Bio Details

Full name

Maria Eva Duarte de Peron

Maiden name

Maria Eva Duarte

Also known as

Eva Duarte

Evita Peron

Gender

Female

Age

33

Date of birth

Wednesday 07 May 1919

Birth place

Los Toldos, Argentina

Date of death:

26 Jul 1952

Place of death

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Cause of death

Cervical Cancer

Occupations

Actress (1935)

First Lady of Argentina (1946)

Started her own radio production company when she was around 20 called the Company of the Theater of the Air.
One of the most active First Ladies in history, she used her position to fight for women's rights in Argentina winning them the right to vote as well as legalising divorce. She also worked hard to improve the lives of the poor and was hailed a social champion, becoming a legend in Argentina after her untimely death in 1952.
Established the María Eva Duarte Social Help Foundation (renamed the Eva Perón Foundation) in 1948 to fight poverty in Argentina.
She was invited to run for Vice President of Argentina in 1951 but was bitterly opposed by the Peron's political enemies including the military.
Following her death, her husband had her body embalmed and placed on public display until 1955 when a military coup overthrew her husband's government.  The new regime relocated it to Italy where it was bueried under a false name before being returned to Juan Peron in 1971.   Following Juan coming out of exile in 1973 and his subsequent death in 1974, the body was finally returned to Argentina and placed in the Duarte family tomb.
Tim Rice and Andrew Loyd Webber's musical Evita was based on her life.

Trivia

Eva Peron Family

Eva Peron's parents:

Eva Peron's father was Juan Duarte Eva Peron's mother was Juana Ibarguren


Eva Peron's former step-parents:

Eva Peron's former step-mother is Adela D'Uhart


Eva Peron's current partners:

Eva Peron's husband was Juan Peron


Eva Peron's former partners:

Eva Peron allegedly had an affair with Errol Flynn Eva Peron allegedly had an affair with Porfirio Rubirosa


Eva Peron's siblings:

Eva Peron's sister was Blanca Duarte de Alvarez Rodriguez Eva Peron's sister was Elisa Duarte De Arrieta Eva Peron's brother was Juan Duarte Eva Peron's sister was Erminda Duarte


Eva Peron's nieces and nephews:

Eva Peron's nephew is Juan Alvarez Rodriguez Eva Peron's niece is Cecilia Álvarez Rodríguez Eva Peron's niece is Blanca Álvarez Rodríguez Eva Peron's nephew is Justo Álvarez Rodríguez


Eva Peron's in laws:

Eva Peron's father in law was Mario Peron Eva Peron's mother in law was Juana Peron Eva Peron's brother in law was Mario Peron