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Antonio López de Santa Anna

by Steven O"Brien

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Published by Chelsea House Publishers in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Santa Anna, Antonio López de, -- 1794?-1876 -- Juvenile literature,
  • Presidents -- Mexico -- Juvenile literature,
  • Mexico -- History -- 1821-1861 -- Juvenile literature

  • About the Edition

    Examines the life and times of the Mexican general and politician and his role in his country"s politics and movement for independence.

    Edition Notes

    StatementSteven O"Brien ; consulting editors, Rodolfo Cardona, James Cockcroft.
    GenreJuvenile literature
    SeriesHispanics of achievement
    ContributionsCardona, Rodolfo, 1924-, Cockcroft, James D.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination102 p. :
    Number of Pages102
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23261094M
    ISBN 10079101245X, 0791012727
    LC Control Number91037815

    Antonio López de Santa Anna dominated Mexican politics from to as an army general and as the 8th President. He is remembered as the leader who lost Texas in and what is today the southwestern United States in the Mexican War of   "Algún día nuestros nietos y los hijos de ellos, sufrirán la desgracia de mendigar las migajas de los norteamericanos!".

    Lejos están de ser los héroes de bronce inmortalizados en los libros oficiales de texto. Esta es la visión con la que Armando Fuentes Aguirre, Catón, retrata al gran seductor de la /5. The McArdle Notebooks > Dawn at the Alamo Picture of General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna, sent to McArdle from Mexico City Handbook of Texas article on Antonio López de Santa Anna Jump to: Select a notebook page (87 items)1- Letter of transmittal2- Photo of H.A. McArdle3- Foreword4- Biographical Sketch of McArdle5- Newspaper article on McArdle6- Photo of Reuben M.

    Antonio López de Santa Anna (–) General, led Mexican forces at the Battle of San Jacinto. Born on Febru , in Veracruz, Santa Anna enjoyed a middle-class upbringing. After some formal education and a short career as a merchant, he was appointed to the infantry. It . Antonio López de Santa Anna was the self-styled Napoleon of the West.. He started out as a captain in the Spanish colonial army in Mexico. In , he supported Agustín de Iturbide in the War for Mexican Independence, and helped kicking the Spanish out of the country. Agustín de Iturbide then decided to be Emperor of Mexico, as Agustin I.


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Antonio López de Santa Anna (–) is one of the most famous, and infamous, figures in Mexican history. Six times the country’s president, he is consistently depicted as a traitor, a turncoat, and a tyrant—the exclusive cause of all of Mexico’s misfortunes Cited by: Antonio López de Santa Anna, in full Antonio López de Santa Anna Pérez de Lebrón, (born FebruJalapa, Mexico—died JMexico City), army officer and statesman who was the storm centre of Mexico’s politics during such events as the Texas Revolution (–36) and the Mexican-American War (–48).

Antonio López de Santa Anna (–) is one of the most famous, and infamous, figures in Mexican history. Six times the country’s president, he is consistently depicted as a traitor, a turncoat, and a tyrant—the exclusive cause of all of Mexico’s misfortunes.

Antonio de Padua María Severino López de Santa Anna y Pérez de Lebrón fue un político y militar mexicano. Fue Presidente de México en once ocasiones, instaurado como dictador vitalicio con el tratamiento de Alteza Serenísima, aunque derrocado años más tarde/5.

Get this from a library. Antonio López de Santa Anna. [Renato Blumenberg] -- Presents a biography of Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna, Mexican political and military leader who best known for his attack on the defenders of the Alamo; and chronicles his life, military.

Antonio López de Santa Anna (Febru –J ) was a Mexican politician and military leader who was President of Mexico 11 times from to He was a disastrous president for Mexico, losing first Texas and then much of the current American West to the United States.

Antonio López de Santa Anna (–) is one of the most famous, and infamous, figures in Mexican history. Six times the country’s president, he is consistently depicted as a traitor, a turncoat, and a tyrant—the exclusive cause of all of Mexico’s misfortunes following the country’s independence from Spain.

Two years before he died senile and broke, the disgraced Mexican General Antonio López de Santa Anna lived in a modest residence in Staten Island. Known variously as the executioner of Author: Will Conant.

Antonio López de Santa Anna began life as a professional soldier in Mexico's royal army, unlikely qualifications for a republican caudillo. He lacked the elite heritage of Juan Manuel de Rosas of Argentina and the war record of José Antonio Páez of Venezuela, and had to build his reputation on different foundations.

Starting as a middle-class creole, he gradually acquired the necessary. Synopsis. Antonio López de Santa Anna, born on Februin Jalapa, Mexico, became a military captain and was elected president inknown for his efforts in staving off Spain’s Born: Get this from a library.

Antonio López de Santa Anna. [Brenda Lange] -- Traces the path of Santa Anna's life from middle-class beginnings to the halls of the capital in Mexico City to exile in Cuba to his final days.

Antonio López de Santa Anna Pérez de Lebrón (Febru - J ) was a Mexican general and his rule of Mexico, it lost half its Anna was president 11 times. He fought two wars against the United the war against Texas (), he won the famous Battle of the Alamo, but later he lost the Battle of San Jacinto and was taken prisoner.

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Antonio López de Santa Anna (Jalapa, - México, ) Militar y político mexicano. Desde la proclamación en de la independencia de México hasta el afianzamiento a partir de de los liberales, Antonio López de Santa Anna fue la figura omnipresente en la turbulenta vida política del país, unas veces en el poder (fue once veces presidente), y otras detrás del poder o contra.

Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna. likes. Presidente de Mèxico en 11 ocasiones, Benemérito de la Patria en Grado ers: Define Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna. Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna synonyms, Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna pronunciation, Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna translation, English dictionary definition of Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna.

Santa Anna, Antonio López de (äntō`nyō lō`pās dā sän`tä ä`nä), –, Mexican general and fought in the royalist army, but later joined Iturbide Iturbide, Agustín de, –, Mexican revolutionist, emperor of Mexico (–23).

General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna to the Mexican people. Dated, Elizabethport, N. J., June 5th, Also available in digital form on the Library of Congress Web site. Contributor: Santa Anna, Antonio López De Date: Sam Houston and Santa Anna. said, `I am General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna, President of the Mexican Republic, and I claim to be your prisoner of war.'” If the left arm was in the form of a square, members of the fraternity would recognize part of another sign which Santa Anna may have erroneously thought to be the sign of distress.

Title General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna to the Mexican people. Contributor Names Santa Anna, Antonio López de, ?American forces surprise and capture Santa Anna's artificial leg. Santa Anna's Leg (In Transition) Springfield, Illinois General (and 11 times Mexico president) Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna, the "Napoleon of the West," became a villain in America when he ordered his troops to kill Davy Crockett and everyone else inside the that was in and several wars ago, and until recent times.

Antonio L¢pez de Santa Anna (?) is one of the most famous, and infamous, figures in Mexican history. Six times the country?s president, he is consistently depicted as a traitor, a turncoat, and a tyrant?the exclusive cause of all of Mexico?s misfortunes following the country?s independence from Spain.

He is also, as this biography makes clear, grossly misrepresented. ø Will 5/5(2).