Buenos Aires: Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores y Culto, 1947. 40 pp. Illus. with 1 photo of Peron. 12mo. Cloth. First edition. A very good copy, tear at staple throughout, leaves browned, new binding. Item #35027
I. Declaración del Excmo. Señor Presidente de la Nación Argentina, General Juan Perón. II. Nota la los Gobiernos de América y a la Santa Sede, de S.E. el señor Ministro de Relaciones Exteriores y Culto, doctor Juan Atilio Bramuglia (a seprate printing of this section was published earlier in 1947). III. Proyecto de paz interior y exterior, propuesto a las Naciones de América por la República Argentina. During the first period of Perón's presidency (1946-1949), a major policy was to improve the international image of Argentina abroad. Perón claimed a "Third Position" of positive neutrality in the cold war which had developed between the western powers and Russia. The present volume contains three separate titles toward the goals of economic cooperation and world peace. Part I is the "Declaration" of Perón, placing the position of Argentina and its goals before the world of nations. Part II is a "Nota" addressed by the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Worship, Dr. Juan Atilio Bramuglia, to the nations stating the position of Argentina to achieve both internal and international peace. Part III is a proposal made by the Argentine Nation to those of America for international peace. This "Proyecto" was published here in Spanish, Portuguese, English, French, Italian and Russian.