You can deduce, according to ideological currents incorporated into Argentine life creep, the second world war, would become a new polarization. This contributed that the occupants of the Argentine formal leadership, had decided to be neutral in the world conflagration, as they had been in the first. But this neutrality that It had previously been supported by England, because it would be unsupported by the emerging powers: United States and the Soviet Union. Suspicions of sympathies with the axis, not were in short supply and had fundamentals for those who so believed, although they populated the inks thereon. Thus, a few months after the unexpected death of general Justo, who was preparing to take over as pseudoconstitucional President in 1944, occurred on June 4, 1943 military revolution, whose proclamation was written by the then-member of the General staff of the army, Colonel Peron. In the context of the internal bids for the army, Peron was becoming the strong man of the military Government. This is clear in the creation of the Secretariat of labour and welfare, in November 1943, headed by the same Peron, who went on to occupy the posts of Minister of war and Vice President of this Government also after the rupture of diplomatic relations with Germany and Japan, de facto, that incidentally, also had been recognised by the Judicial power. Building on the outcome of the war, aliadofilos local sectors, sought to move to Peron. But government action deployed from June 1943, particularly beneficial for hitherto neglected sectors (an emblem of this was the adoption of the Statute of the Rural pawn, on October 17, 1944), placed the faithful of the balance towards Peron, who after being displaced from their imprisoned, and official positions had to be released after a popular mobilization on October 17, 1945.