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eBook Don Jose De San Martin 1778 to 1850: A Study of His Career ePub

by Anna Schoellkopf

  • ISBN: 1417966319
  • Category: Humanities
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Anna Schoellkopf
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Kessinger Pub Co (January 30, 2005)
  • Pages: 176
  • ePub book: 1137 kb
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The history of General José de San Martin has been amply and authoritatively recorded by General Bartolomé Mitre in three exhaustive . San Martin, Jose de, 1778-1850. South America-Wars of Independance, 1806-1830.

The history of General José de San Martin has been amply and authoritatively recorded by General Bartolomé Mitre in three exhaustive volumes. In writing this work he has consulted all the books, pamphlets, newspapers, and fly-sheets which had ever been printed concerning San Martin. In his preface he says: "The most important of these sources of information has been the archive of General San Martin himself, which was placed at my disposal by his son-in-law, the late Don Mariano Balcarce.

Don José de San Martin, 1778-1850: a study of his career.

Don José de San Martin, 1778-1850 Close. 1 2 3 4 5. Want to Read. José de San Martín (1778-1850). Don José de San Martin, 1778-1850: a study of his career. 1924, Boni and Liveright.

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In 1788 Colonel San Martin returned to Madrid and the boy Jose was entered at the age of eight in the Seminary .

In 1788 Colonel San Martin returned to Madrid and the boy Jose was entered at the age of eight in the Seminary of the Nobles. In August, 1798, San Martin was serving as Marine Officer of the French Republic on the frigate "Santa Dorotea" when, after desperate defense, it was captured by the English ship "Lion. The youthful officer, still under twenty, seized this opportunity of forced inactivity to study mathematics and drawing.

José de San Martín The South American soldier and statesman Joséde San Martín (1778-1850) played an important .

José de San Martín The South American soldier and statesman Joséde San Martín (1778-1850) played an important role in winning the independence of several South American countries from Spain. Other biographies include Anna Schoellkopf, Don José de San Martín, 1778-1850: A Study of His Career (1924); Margaret H. Harrison, Captain of the Andes (1943); and Ricardo Rojas, San Martín: Knight of the Andes (trans. The Liberator General San Martín: a bicentennial tribute, 1778-February 25-197, Washington: General Secretariat, Organization of American States, 1978?.

José de San Martín was born at Yapeyú, a village on the northern frontier of Argentina, where his father was an official .

José de San Martín was born at Yapeyú, a village on the northern frontier of Argentina, where his father was an official of the Spanish colonial government. At the age of 7, San Martín returned to Spain with his parents. He entered the Royal Academy as a cadet and was educated there with sons of the nobility of Spain. Additional Biography Sources.

The history of General Jose de San Martin has been amply and author. by. Anna Schoellkopf. The history of General Jose de San Martin has been amply and authoritatively recorded by General Bartolome Mitre in three exhaustive volumes.

The history of General Jose de San Martin has been amply and authoritatively recorded by General Bartolome Mitre in three .

The history of General Jose de San Martin has been amply and authoritatively recorded by General Bartolome Mitre in three exhaustive volumes.

Jose de San Martin, Argentine soldier, statesman, and national hero who helped lead the revolutions . In later years, San Martín averred that he had sacrificed his career in Spain because he had responded to the call of his native land, and this is the view taken by Argentinian historians.

Jose de San Martin, Argentine soldier, statesman, and national hero who helped lead the revolutions against Spanish rule in Argentina (1812), Chile (1818), and Peru (1821). San Martin’s contribution to the cause of independence was his military skill. Undoubtedly, peninsular Spanish prejudice against anyone born in the Indies must have rankled throughout his career in Spain and caused him to identify himself with the creole revolutionaries.

Release Date:January 1924. Publisher:Boni and Liveright.