EVA PERON BIOGRAPHY

Eva Peron was born in 1922, in Los Toldos Province.
Eva Peron was one of five children.
After the death of her father in 1926, Eva Peron and the family moved to Junin.
As a child, Evita had dreams of being a movie star.
As a teenager, it is said, Evita, was sexually assaulted by two young aristocrats, and as such, became a sworn enemy of Argentinas wealthy.
At 15, Evita left Junin and went to Buenos Aires.
Over the next 10 years, Evita made a career as an actress.
It is said, evita, used the bedroom to get what she wanted.
Evita met Juan Peron in 1943, at age 24.
Peron was 48.
He was a career army officer that became Minister for Labor.
Evita at first became Perons mistress, then in 1945, they married.
Peron was a calculating man, but lacked personality.
Eva Peron was used to seduce the nation.
Eva Peron became his link to the masses.
The poor people of Argentina fell in love with Eva Peron.

For Evita, charity became her middle name.
She set up the "Social Aid Foundation".
She even visited lepers.
Eva Peron gave away sewing machines, bridal gowns, or whatever was needed.
The poor were greeted with a kiss.
Under Evita, women got the vote for the first time in 1950.
Eva Peron redistributed the nation's wealth from the rich to the poor. Eva Peron is often referred to by the affectionate Spanish language diminutive Evita, which literally translates into English as "Little Eva".

Evita underwent an emergency appendectomy in 1950.
Her surgeon later said that she refused to submit to a life-saving hysterectomy after tests revealed she had uterine cancer, claiming the surgery would have interrupted her work for the poor.
Eva Peron died at just 33. Shortly before her death, Eva Peron had been given the official title of "Spiritual Leader of the Nation."

Eva Peron became more powerfull in death.
When Peron was overthrown in 1955, the new government had her body removed from the Ministry of Labour.
It was then hidden in such places as a military base, truck parked on a street, an attic, and then shipped to Italy.
It was exhumed in 1971 and returned to Peron.

Quotes by Eva Peron:

Time is my greatest enemy....Eva Peron Quotes.

Charity separates the rich from the poor; aid raises the needy and sets him on the same level with the rich....Eva Peron Quotes.

Answer violence with violence. If one of us falls today, five of them must fall tomorrow....Eva Peron Quotes.

Keeping books on social aid is capitalistic nonsense. I just use the money for the poor. I can't stop to count it....Eva Peron Quotes.

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