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In 1970, Pedro Eugenio Aramburu, one of the military leaders of the 1955 coup, was kidnapped and killed by the Montoneros, in its first claimed military action.

During his years as US Secretary of State, Henry Kissinger had congratulated Argentina's military junta for combating the left, stating that in his opinion "the government of Argentina had done an outstanding job in wiping out terrorist forces." Declassified documents of the Chilean secret police cite an official estimate by the Batallón de Inteligencia 601 of 22,000 killed or "disappeared" between 1975 and mid-1978.

During this period, it was later revealed that at least 12,000 "disappeared" were detainees held by PEN (Poder Ejecutivo Nacional, anglicized as "National Executive Power"), and kept in clandestine detention camps throughout Argentina before eventually being freed under diplomatic pressure.

The targets were students, militants, trade unionists, writers, journalists, artists, Marxists and left-wing activists included Peronist guerrillas and their support network in the Montoneros.

At 1977, when the Junta made the coup the argentine guerrilla where already unactive, and it's calculated that the number of armed people was 300-400, so the term war does'n t applies to the situation, being this mainly a genocide over the civil population The "disappeared" (victims kidnapped, tortured and murdered whose bodies where dissapeared by the military gobvernment) included those thought to be a political or ideological threat to the military junta, even vaguely, and they were killed in an attempt by the junta to silence the opposition and break the determination of the guerrillas.

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