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Maria Eva Duarte de Peron, known as Evita, poses at her residence before leaving for a gala performance at the Colon Opera House in Buenos Aires, Argentina on May 25, 1951. (AP Photo)
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Portrait of Eva Peron, taken in 1951 in Buenos Aires. Born in 1919 and known as Evita, the second wife of Juan Peron, Argentine president, she was a radio and screen actress before her marriage in 1945. She became a powerful political influence and was idolized by the poor. After her death in 1952, her body was stolen, taken to Europe, and kept in secret until 1976.
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Picture taken in the 1940s in Buenos Aires of Eva Peron (1919-52). Eva Peron, known as Evita, the second wife of Argentine President Juan Peron, was a radio and screen actress before her marriage in 1945, she became a powerful political influence and a mainstay of the Peron government. She was idolized by the poor, and after her death, in Buenos Aires, support for her husband waned.
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Photographic portrait of Eva Peron (1919-1952) second wife of Argentine President Juan Peron (1895-1974) and served as the First Lady of Argentina. Dated 1920
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MARIA EVA DUARTE PERON
***WYZSZA CENA!!!!***
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Mar?a Eva Duarte de Peron 7 May 1919 - 26 July 1952) was the second wife of President Juan Peron (1895-1974) and served as the First Lady of Argentina from 1946 until her death in 1952. She is often referred to as simply Eva Peron, or by the affectionate Spanish language diminutive Evita.
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Mar?a Eva Duarte de Peron 7 May 1919 - 26 July 1952, was the second wife of President Juan Peron (1895-1974) and served as the First Lady of Argentina from 1946 until her death in 1952.
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Argentina dictator Juan Peron's wife Eva Peron prays in the Saint Peter's Basilica 01 July 1947 in Roma in the Vatican where she had an audience with th Pope Pie X. Eva Peron (1919-52), known as Evita, the second wife of Argentine President Juan Peron, was a radio and screen actress before her marriage in 1945, she became a powerful political influence and a mainstay of the Peron government. She was idolized by the poor, and after her death, in Buenos Aires, support for her husband waned.
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Former Argentine President Juan Peron, with Nelida (Nelly) Rivas, in Buenos Aires in 1955. Miss Rivas became his mistress in 1953, when she was 14, a few months after the death of Peron's wife Eva.
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President Juan Peron of Argentina and President Luis Batlle y Berres of Uruguay, with their wives at meeting in La Plata River, Argentina, Feb. 27, 1948, from left to right are: Senora Eva Duarte de Peron, President Luis Batlle Berres of Uruguay President Juan Domingo Peron of Argentina and Senora Matilde Ibaniz Talice de Batlle Berres. (AP Photo)
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Maria Eva Duarte de Peron (7 May 1919 - 26 July 1952) was the second wife of Argentine President Juan Peron (1895-1974)
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Juan Peron, President of Argentina, and his wife Eva Peron are seen in this October 10, 1950 photo as they pose in Buenos Aires, Argentina. (AP Photo)
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evita eva duarte PERON
***WYZSZA CENA!!!!***
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Maria Eva Duarte de Peron, waves to supporters in Buenos Aires Oct. 17, 1951. (AP Photo/Archivo Clarin)
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MARIA LAURA ROCCA TERRACINI EVA EVITA DUARTE PERON
***WYZSZA CENA!!!!***
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PHOTO: EAST NEWS/AFP Picture taken in the 1940s in Buenos Aires of Eva Peron (1919-52). Eva Peron, known as Evita, the second wife of Argentine President Juan Peron, was a radio and screen actress before her marriage in 1945, she became a powerful political influence and a mainstay of the Peron government. She was idolized by the poor, and after her death, in Buenos Aires, support for her husband waned.
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Eva Peron, wife of the Argentine president, makes a world broadcast in support of her Old Age Charter in Buenos Aires, Argentina, in Nov. 1948. The charter was presented to the United Nations by the Argentine Foreign Minister a few days prior. (AP Photo)
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Picture taken in the 1940s in Buenos Aires of Eva Peron (1919-52). Eva Peron, known as Evita, the second wife of Argentine President Juan Peron, was a radio and screen actress before her marriage in 1945, she became a powerful political influence and a mainstay of the Peron government. She was idolized by the poor, and after her death, in Buenos Aires, support for her husband waned.
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French foreign minister Georges Bidault (R) greets Argentinean Eva Peron, 21 July 1947, as she arrives at Orly airport for a visit in France. Eva Peron, known as Evita (1919-1952), the second wife of Argentine President Juan Peron, was a radio and screen actress before her marriage in 1945. She became a powerful political influence and a mainstay of the Peron government. She was idolized by the poor, and after her death, in Buenos Aires, support for her husband waned.

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