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The Argentine military regime during the “Dirty War” (1976-1983) engaged in widespread human rights abuses, including torture, forced disappearances, and killings, to suppress political dissent and eliminate perceived left-wing subversion.

The regime’s actions were part of a larger campaign of state terrorism known as the “Process of National Reorganization,” which sought to eliminate any opposition to the government.

The Argentine military justified their actions by claiming they were fighting a war against terrorism and subversion.

They targeted not only armed militant groups but also suspected sympathizers, activists, intellectuals, and even students, many of whom had no direct involvement in any violent activities.

The regime’s brutal tactics included abductions, secret detention centers, torture, and extrajudicial executions.

An estimated 30,000 people were forcibly disappeared during this period, and the country was left scarred by the widespread and systematic violations of human rights.

The international community and human rights organizations widely condemned the actions of the Argentine military regime.

The legacy of the “Dirty War” continues to impact Argentine society, with ongoing efforts to seek justice for the victims and hold those responsible accountable for their crimes.

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