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Diplomats And Journalists: The Image Of Peronism In The Hebrew Press

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The Jews of Argentina, at least most of those affiliated with community organizations, remained largely hostile toward Juan Perón, and US Jews continued to be frostily suspicious of Argentina and Peronism. In Israel, in contrast, Peronism had a more complex image in those years. The ceremony at which Tsur presented his credentials to Perón, however, did receive considerable coverage in the Hebrew press. In effect, Yaacov Tsur's views on Israel's foreign policy regarding Peronist Argentina triumphed over those of Moshe Tov in both the foreign ministry and the Hebrew press. The fall of Perón's regime, too, was less extensively covered by the Israeli press than expected-certainly much less than in Britain and the United States.

Keywords: Argentina; Hebrew press; Israel; Juan Perón; Peronism



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