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Historian Daniel Muchnik attributed this to many Jews gravitating to political activism and armed resistance groups such as the ERP and FAP during the period.
In the book Disposición Final by Argentine journalist Ceferino Reato, Videla confirms for the first time that between 19, 8.000 Argentines have been murdered by his regime.
Many torture victims were said to have seen pictures of Adolf Hitler and swastikas on walls of torture chambers and interrogators uttering anti-Semitic epithets.
Jews were also known to have suffered anti-Semitic harassment while in the Argentine military.
He was the third of five sons born to Colonel Rafael Eugenio Videla Bengolea (1888–1951) and María Olga Redondo Ojea (1896–1986) and was christened in honor of his two older twin brothers, who had died of measles in 1923.
Videla's family was a prominent one in San Luis Province, and many of his ancestors had held high public offices.
Justice Minister Ricardo Gil Lavedra, who formed part of the 1985 tribunal judging the military crimes committed during the Dirty War, later declared, "I sincerely believe that the majority of the victims of the illegal repression were guerrilla militants".