An old collection of Magazines (1971-1992) from Argentina, tells us the history and life of the White Continent. (pics aside show the covers of a couple of magazines)
A good friend, Ham radio operator: Pedro LU1JHF, wrote:
– Knowing your passion for Antarctica, I’m pleased to share with you this collection of Magazines, which, I am sure will be of your appreciation!- ’73, Pedro LU1JHF
Everyone can download one by one the Magazines; they are available on the website of the Argentine Chancellery.
Just for everyone pleasure, here below are the links:
https://www.cancilleria.gob.ar/userfiles/ut/revantar01_0.pdf December 1971
https://www.cancilleria.gob.ar/userfiles/ut/revantar02_0.pdf December 1972
https://www.cancilleria.gob.ar/userfiles/ut/revantar03_0.pdf May-June 1973
https://www.cancilleria.gob.ar/userfiles/ut/revantar04_0.pdf April-May 1974
https://www.cancilleria.gob.ar/userfiles/ut/revantar05_0.pdf December 1974
https://www.cancilleria.gob.ar/userfiles/ut/revantar06_0.pdf June 1979
https://www.cancilleria.gob.ar/userfiles/ut/revantar07_0.pdf September 1976
https://www.cancilleria.gob.ar/userfiles/ut/revantar08_0.pdf December 1977
https://www.cancilleria.gob.ar/userfiles/ut/revantar09_0.pdf July 1979
https://www.cancilleria.gob.ar/userfiles/ut/revantar10_0.pdf March 1980
https://www.cancilleria.gob.ar/userfiles/ut/revantar11_0.pdf February 1981
https://www.cancilleria.gob.ar/userfiles/ut/revantar12_0.pdf May 1982
https://www.cancilleria.gob.ar/userfiles/ut/revantar13_0.pdf February 1984
https://www.cancilleria.gob.ar/userfiles/ut/revantar14_0.pdf December 1985
https://www.cancilleria.gob.ar/userfiles/ut/revantar15_0.pdf June 1987
https://www.cancilleria.gob.ar/userfiles/ut/revantar16_0.pdf August 1988
https://www.cancilleria.gob.ar/userfiles/ut/revantar17_0.pdf December 1988
https://www.cancilleria.gob.ar/userfiles/ut/revantar18_0.pdf October 1992
TNX Pedro Sarli, LU1JHF
Argentina reaffirms sovereignty over the Argentine Antarctic Sector extending between the 25th and 74th meridians of west longitude, south of the 60th parallel of south latitude.
Ever since the opening of the first scientific station (Orcadas Base WAP ARG-15) in Laurie Island, South Orkney Archipelago, on 22 February 1904, Argentina has been constantly and uninterruptedly present in Antarctica, which constitutes the longest continuous presence in such continent. Argentina has six Permanent Bases:
(Carlini WAP ARG-2Ø, Orcadas WAP ARG-15, Esperanza WAP ARG-Ø4, Marambio WAP ARG-21, San Martin WAP ARG-Ø8 and Belgrano II WAP ARG-Ø6) and seven Temporary Bases (Brown WAP ARG-Ø2, Primavera WAP ARG-Ø9, Decepción WAP ARG-12, Melchior WAP ARG-13, Matienzo WAP ARG-Ø1, Cámara WAP ARG-16 and Petrel WAP ARG-17).
Argentina is one of the twelve original signatories of the Antarctic Treaty signed in Washington on 1 December 1959. The Treaty sets forth that Antarctica is to be used exclusively for peaceful purposes and forbids any military activity, as well as the testing of any type of weapons. Furthermore, it properly protects the reaffirmation of Argentine sovereignty over Antarctica in the face of claims overlapping Argentina’s own. Hence, the geopolitical significance for Argentina of maintaining a strong and effective Antarctic Treaty System, which also ensures the existence of a large peace zone along our southern border.