South America East
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Four officers, who knew no Spanish, established The Salvation Army in Buenos Aires in 1890. Operations spread to other South American nations, of which Paraguay (1910), Uruguay (1890) and Argentina now comprise the South America East Territory.
The Salvation Army was recognised as a juridical person in Argentina by the Government Decree of 26 February 1914 (No A 54/909); in Uruguay by the Ministry of the Interior on 17 January 1917 (No 366537); and in Paraguay by Presidential Decree of 28 May 1928 (No 30217).
Countries included in the territory: Argentina, Paraguay, Uruguay
Language in which the gospel is preached: Guaraní, Korean, Spanish
Periodicals: El Mensajero (for Women's Ministries), El Oficial, El Salvacionista
Colonel Philip Davisson - Territorial Commander
Colonel Sheila Davisson - Territorial President of Women's Ministries
Lieut-Colonel Elder Dinardi - Chief Secretary
Avda. Rivadavia 3257 (C1203AAE)
Ejército de Salvación
Casilla de Correos No 30
Sucursal Almagro CP1404
Tel:  (11) 4867 8300