argentina

  1. Hitler's Son and the Neo-Nazi Movement

    I made a similar thread before but now there're a few key differences to focus on a different aspect. Say Hitler is more rational and escapes to Argentina before Berlin falls (and probably faking his death to buy some time into hiding). In 1950 he and Eva have their only child, a baby boy. His...
  2. WI: Juan Peron Remains in Power

    What would happen if Juan Peron was never overthrown in a coup in 1955? Would he have ruled until his death in 1974? What would relations with post-revolutionary Cuba be? Would he join the non-aligned movement? Could he have eventually improved the economic situation or did he have no idea how...
  3. United States of the Southern Cone/Estados Unidos del Cono Sur

    I recently came across a thread that discusses an alternate Argentina that doesn't fall victim to post-independence political instability and civil wars the way OTL Argentina did. The thread - along with an accompanying map/chart - can be found at the following link: According to its creator...
  4. GameBawesome

    WI: No Argentine Conquest of the Desert

    In the 19th Century, Argentina began a series of campaigns against the Mapuche in Patagonia. By the End of the Conquest of the Desert, Argentina conquered Patagonia, and settlers began to develop the land for herding and farming. While this did saw a increase of the cattle industry and became a...
  5. Argirópolis or Sarmiento's Silver city on an island and the Confederate States of Plata

    What if the eventual president of Argentina Domingo Sarmiento actually achieves to implement his odea of a confederación of states in the Río de la Plata basin with a capital in the Martín García Island? https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Estados_Confederados_del_R%C3%ADo_de_la_Plata The...
  6. Neal Caffrey

    Alternate liberators for South America?

    So let's say in an Alternate Timeline Jose de San Martin, Simón Bolivar Agustin de Iturbide and Miguel Hidalgo and don't rise to power, perhaps they die of they don't stand out enough, what are other options for liberators of South America? As far I understand for places like the area of New...
  7. Hitler found Alive in Argentina in 1969

    Let's say that Hitler doesn't turn his body into an unstable drug cocktail allowing him to think more rationally and be healthier in general. When the soviets start marching towards Berlin Hitler and Eva fake their deaths and escape to Argentina with Eichman. After finding the bodies the allies...
  8. cognitive bias

    What if Argentina won the falklands war?

    The last argentine military junta were a bunch of idiots, they thought they only had to occupy the falklands and the british would just give the islands to them, they didn't even try to fortify the islands in case of a naval blockade, they even used only conscripts for the invasion and left the...
  9. HMS EAGLE in the Falklands (Story Only)
    Threadmarks: Prologue

    Westminster, 31st March 1982 Pausing only to make a quick phone call to get an update on the disposition and readiness of his fleet and having found the defence secretary not in his office in the Ministry of Defence but at an emergency meeting to discuss the emergent situation the fully...
  10. Perón isn't overthrown in 1955, completes his second term?

    With a POD after 1951, could Argentine president Juan Perón do something to prevent the military coup that led to decades of instability, more coups, and dictatorships, the most brutal one by far being the National Reorganization Process? Could he have done something to diminish or perhaps...
  11. AHC: Triple Argentina's population

    With a POD of whenever, have the area that makes up modern-day Argentina contain a population of at least 135 million people. Note that this "Argentina" does not have to resemble at all its OTL equivalent. Feel free to have the area settled by a different colonizer if you feel that is necessary...
  12. Veneco

    WI: Néstor Kirchner finishes third in the 2003 Argentine pres. election

    As the title says. What would have happened if Fmr. Pres. Carlos Menem and Fmr. Min. Ricardo López Murphy had occupied the first two places in the 2003 Argentine presidential election? IOTL, the margin between Gov. Néstor Kirchner and Fmr. Minister López Murphy was about 6 points, but was...
  13. Latest possible POD for a British Patagonia

    Hi folks! This is my first post on this board, so apologies if I've made any mistakes e.g. posting in the wrong forum, question asked previously. My question is, what is the latest plausible POD that would allow for a British Patagonia? Of course, the 1806-1807 Invasions of the River Plate...
  14. KingOnTheEdge

    DBWI: Screw La Plata

    La Plata, under the Saavedra Junta, one of the longest military governments in history, has been one of the most successful states in the New World, rivaling the USA and Gran Colombia. dominating the southern Andes and the Southern Cone. But this wasn't inevitable, and your goal is to prevent...
  15. minifidel

    A New World Wreathed in Freedom - An Argentine Revolution TL
    Threadmarks: 1 - May Revolution

    Chapter 1 - May Revolution The May Revolution When the news of the fall of the Junta of Seville arrived in Buenos Aires in the middle of May aboard British ships, rumors immediately started spreading in the city about the implications despite the best efforts of colonial authorities. Chief...
  16. Simon

    AHC: Chilean Tierra del Fuego

    In our timeline the southern Chile-Argentina border runs west to east before turning roughly east-southeast to Punta Dungeness, going across the Strait of Magellan, and then south down Isla Grande de Tierra del Fuego to the Beagle Channel. So is there any way to have the border instead continue...
  17. Rajveer Naha

    South American Great War- A Soberania TL

    This is going to be my first attempt at creating a TL. Please forgive the mistakes that I may make. In this TL, Operation Soberania is launched earnestly by the Argentineans and a full blown war starts in South America which gradually leads to the involvement of every country on the continent...
  18. GauchoBadger

    Argentina with no Inca conquest by Spain?

    What would happen to the La Plata basin and adjacent areas if Spain fails to conquer the Inca Empire? Might Spain ultimately decide to settle and consolidate their control over the area to a greater extent than IOTL? They could follow up on Pedro de Mendoza's discovery of Buenos Aires instead of...
  19. GenerousLizard

    WI: The US sides with Argentina during the Falklands War?

    If I remember correctly, I read about an attemp by the Secretary of State Haig to convince President Reagan to side with Argentina during the Falklands War. Assuming the Sec managed to do that, what would happen? Would it be a strictly diplomatic move by the US or how would they get involved in...
  20. KingOnTheEdge

    Could Argentina Grow To Rival The USA?

    OTL, to say America has been the most powerful nation in the new world goes without saying, and giving DC a rival is a popular discussion on this thread. For me the idea is usually Mexico or Brazil, but i wonder, could Argentina become a latin american rival to the US? Here are the factors i...
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