Arribando a Buenos Aires. Casi dos millones de europeos se refugiaron en Argentina después de la II Guerra Mundial.
Leyendo la página de la Agencia Central de Inteligencia de los Estados Unidos, buscando datos sobre el desarrollo poblacional de América Latina, me encontré con el siguiente párrafo:
“Argentina has been primarily a country of immigration for most of its history, welcoming European immigrants after its independence in the 19th century and attracting especially large numbers from Spain and Italy. European immigration diminished in the 1950s, when Argentina's military dictatorships tightened immigration rules and European economies rebounded. Regional migration, however, continued to supply low-skilled workers and today it accounts for three-quarters of Argentina's immigrant population. The first waves of highly skilled Argentine emigrant workers headed mainly to the United States and Spain in the 1960s and 1970s. The ongoing European economic crisis is driving the return migration of some Argentinean and other Latin American nationals, as well as the immigration of Europeans to South America, where Argentina is a key recipient.”
Obtenido de: https://www.cia.gov/library/publications/the-world-factbook/geos/ar.html
El articulo nos dice que la inmigración europea disminuyó en Argentina en los 50’, “..when Argentina’s military dictatorships tightened immigration rules...” y que la primera oleada de “..highly skilled Argentine emigran workers headed mainly to the USA and Spain in the 1960s and 1970s.”
El dictador Aramburu con sus seguidores.