“The Barracks Receives Spoiled Children and Returns Men”: Debating Military Service, Masculinity and Nation-Building in Argentina, 1901–1930.

Title“The Barracks Receives Spoiled Children and Returns Men”: Debating Military Service, Masculinity and Nation-Building in Argentina, 1901–1930.
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2017
AuthorsAblard, Jonathan D.
JournalAmericas (00031615)
Volume74
Issue3
Pagination299 - 329
Date Published06/2017
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As Argentina increased its preparedness for war and times of trouble, young men were forced to join the military and abandon life as they knew it. The military, specifically the navy, in Argentina was brutal as they forced men to surrender to authorities and relinquish their right of choice and self idenitification. This article focuses on the inhumanities that characterized the Argentian military.

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