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Guadalupe Victoria : el águila negra

Armando Victoria Santamaría.
Summary
The black eagle, the exhaustive work of Luis Armando Victoria Santamaría, is the testimony and testament of one of the great protagonists of Mexican history: the first president of the United Mexican States. Released for decades to a kind of second position, perhaps for representing calm and stability - he was the only president of the country in almost thirty years to complete his legal constitutional period, at a time when politicians died of treason one day. and another also ?, his figure is finally fully claimed in this book: «There are beings whose actions resemble luminous milestones that indicate the stellar moments in the future of a people or a nation; Guadalupe Victoria belongs to this class, ”writes the author. Product of an intense investigation that derived in a file, until then dispersed and unknown, of more than three thousand original documents (several of them of fist and letter of the same Guadalupe Victoria, the black eagle is a pertinent book, that incites us to recognize to one of the few true Mexican heroes. "Remembering Guadalupe Victoria involves more than the fulfillment of a civic duty: it is an act of necessary communion with the past."

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Publication Year
2017
ISBN
9786070745423
6070745426
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429 pages :