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Eva Duarte de Peron Evita Eva Maria Duarte was born on May 7 1919 Her life began in the small village of La Union Argentina La Union is a small town near Buenos Aires She was the youngest of five illegitimate children of Juan Duarte Her father died in a car wreck when she was very young and her family was forced to move to Junin She was not allowed to attend the funeral of her father because the funeral was held by Juans real family not the family that was created by an affair Once in Junin her family ran a boarding house in order to pay the bills Travelers would rent rooms from them She decided to move to Buenos Aires when she was 15 The stories of how she got to Buenos Aires are numerous The most widely accepted one is that Augustine Magaldi a famous Argentine tango singer took her there Once in Buenos Aires she became an actress on the radio and later in the movies Immersed in the reality of life Eva Duarte dedicated ten years to her passion for the arts In 1945 having achieved the right to be considered a star she said in an interview for the movie magazine Radiolandia I am not an adventuress although some those who never forgive a young woman for succeeding make me out to be one I have spent more than five years dedicated to what is in me a firmly-rooted vocation the arts These have been five years of troubles of noble struggles when Ive known the uncertainty of adversity as well as the gratification of success Radiolandia April 7 1945 Eva Duarte had climbed up that stage early on and would continue to affirm her right to be there In 1939 she and Pascual Pelliciotta headed the Company of the Theater of the Air first in Radio Mitre then in Radio Prieto On May 1 1939
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