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
Precedit biValentín Gómez Farías
Succeedit biValentín Gómez Farías
In office
18 Juin 1833 – 5 Julie 1833
Precedit biValentín Gómez Farías
Succeedit biValentín Gómez Farías
In office
27 October 1833 – 15 December 1833
Precedit biValentín Gómez Farías
Succeedit biValentín Gómez Farías
In office
24 Aprile 1834 – 27 Januar 1835
Precedit biValentín Gómez Farías
Succeedit biMiguel Barragán
In office
20 Mairch 1839 – 10 Julie 1839
Precedit biAnastasio Bustamante
Succeedit biNicolás Bravo
In office
10 October 1841 – 26 October 1842
Precedit biFrancisco Javier Echeverría
Succeedit biNicolás Bravo
In office
4 Mairch 1843 – 8 November 1843
Precedit biNicolás Bravo
Succeedit biValentín Canalizo
In office
4 Juin 1844 – 12 September 1844
Precedit biValentín Canalizo
Succeedit biJosé Joaquín de Herrera
In office
21 Mairch 1847 – 2 Aprile 1847
Precedit biValentín Gómez Farías
Succeedit biPedro María de Anaya
In office
20 Mey 1847 – 15 September 1847
Precedit biPedro María de Anaya
Succeedit biManuel de la Peña y Peña
In office
20 Aprile 1853 – 9 August 1855
Precedit biManuel María Lombardini
Succeedit biMartín Carrera
Personal details
Born21 Februar 1794(1794-02-21)
Xalapa, Veracruz, Viceryalty o New Spain (nou Mexico)
Dee'd21 Juin 1876(1876-06-21) (aged 82)
Mexico Ceety
Restin placePanteón del Tepeyac, Mexico Ceety
Poleetical pairtyLiberal
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