Antonio José de Sucre y Alcalá ( Spanish pronunciation: [anˈtonjo xoˈse ðe ˈsukɾej alkaˈla] ⓘ; 3 February 1795 – 4 June 1830), known as the " Gran Mariscal de Ayacucho " (English: "Grand Marshal of Ayacucho " ), was a Venezuelan general and politician who served as the president of Bolivia from 1825 to 1828.
Antonio José de Sucre, liberator of Ecuador and Peru, and one of the most respected leaders of the Latin American wars for independence from Spain. He served as Simón Bolívar’s chief lieutenant and eventually became the first constitutionally elected leader of Bolivia. At the age of 15 Sucre.
Antonio José Francisco de Sucre y Alcalá (Cumaná, Imperio español; 3 de febrero de 1795-Berruecos, Gran Colombia; 4 de junio de 1830), conocido como el Gran Mariscal de Ayacucho, fue un político, diplomático y estratega militar venezolano, prócer de la independencia de América del Sur.
Sucre, Antonio José de (1795–1830) South American revolutionary leader, first president of Bolivia (1826–28). De Sucre joined the fight for independence in 1811, and played a key role in the liberation of Ecuador, Peru, and Bolivia, winning the final, decisive Battle of Ayacucho (1824).
Antonio José de Sucre. (Antonio José Francisco de Sucre y Alcalá; Cumaná, actual Venezuela, 1795 - Sierra de Berruecos, Colombia, 1830) Militar y político venezolano, prócer de la independencia hispanoamericana. Tempranamente adherido a la causa emancipadora, la figura de Sucre empezó a cobrar protagonismo cuando, a partir de 1819, se ...
Antonio José de Sucre y Alcala was born in 1795 in Cumaná, Venezuela, to a noble family that had served the Spanish crown for centuries. After losing his mother at the tender age of 7, the boy began a free but limited military education.
Antonio José de Sucre y Alcalá ; 3 February 1795 – 4 June 1830), known as the "Gran Mariscal de Ayacucho" , was a Venezuelan general and politician who served as the president of Bolivia from 1825 to 1828.