Antonio López de Santa Anna

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Antonio López de Santa Anna
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Santa Anna, c. 1853
8t Preses o Mexico
In office
17 Mey 1833 – 4 Juin 1833
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18 Juin 1833 – 5 Julie 1833
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27 October 1833 – 15 December 1833
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24 Aprile 1834 – 27 Januar 1835
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In office
20 Mairch 1839 – 10 Julie 1839
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In office
10 October 1841 – 26 October 1842
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In office
4 Mairch 1843 – 8 November 1843
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In office
4 Juin 1844 – 12 September 1844
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21 Mairch 1847 – 2 Aprile 1847
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20 Mey 1847 – 15 September 1847
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In office
20 Aprile 1853 – 9 August 1855
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Personal details
Born 21 Februar 1794(1794-02-21)
Xalapa, Veracruz, Viceryalty o New Spain (nou Mexico)
Dee'd 21 Juin 1876(1876-06-21) (aged 82)
Mexico Ceety
Restin place Panteón del Tepeyac, Mexico Ceety
Poleetical pairty Liberal
Spoose(s) Inés García
María de los Dolores de Tosta
Signatur

Antonio de Padua María Severino López de Santa Anna y Pérez de Lebrón (Spaingie pronunciation: [anˈtonjo ˈlopes ðe sant(a)ˈana]; 21 Februar 1794 – 21 Juin 1876),[1] eften kent as Santa Anna[2] or López de Santa Anna an whiles cried "the Napoleon o the Wast", wis a Mexican politeecian an general who greatly influenced early Mexican politics an govrenment. Santa Anna first opponed the movement for Mexican unthirldom frae Spain, but then foucht in support o it. Thou nae the first caudillo (militar leader) o modren Mexico, he wis amang the earliest.[3]

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  1. SANTA ANNA, ANTONIO LÓPsEZ DE frae the Handbeuk o Texas Online
  2. Howe, Daniel Walker (2007), What Hath God Wrought: The Transformation of America, 1815–1848, Oxford Univ. Press, p. 660 
  3. Long, Jeff (1990), Duel of Eagles, The Mexican and U.S. Fight for the Alamo, Quill, p. 85