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To Lead A Nation Eva Duarte began her life in Los Toldos Province in Buenos Aires She was born on May 7 1919 to Juana Ibaguren and Juan Duarte Her father had spent some time high on the political ladder and acquired some wealth He met Evas mother while working in Los Toldos and Eva was a result of their ongoing affair Unfortunately Juan Duarte passed away in a car accident in 1926 when Eva was only seven years old After her fathers death Evas family was very poor Her older siblings had to take jobs but Eva was only still in primary school As Eva got older she saw her two older sisters married and was trying to decide what she wanted to do with her life She was active in the local theatricals and enjoyed acting She also would write poetry and perform recitals of her work She knew her calling was in the public eye and she refused to stay a small town girl Eva decided to become an actress She coupled up with a tango singer named Augustin Magaldi and went off with him to the city of Buenos Aires to start her life as an actress She arrived in Buenos Aires in the 1930s by 1945 she was considered a star She had been heard on countless radio shows as well as appeared in numerous plays Eva joined acting companies such as the Argentine Comedy Company in 19351 Within this company she debuted in small parts and eventually worked her way up to larger roles After touring for some time she arrives back in Buenos Aires and joined a company of Armando Discepolo who was considered to be one of the best directors of those times1 She finally joined the Radio Belgrano in 1943 where she began a series that she would continue to do until 1945 At this time in Argentine history the political climate began
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