Antonio de Padua María Severino López de Santa Anna y Pérez de Lebrón ( Spanish pronunciation: [anˈtonjo ˈlopes ðe sanˈtana]; 21 February 1794 – 21 June 1876),  usually known as Santa Anna  or López de Santa Anna, was a Mexican caudillo  who served multiple times as president of Mexico. He was a preeminent figure in Mexican ...
Antonio López de Santa Anna, in full Antonio López de Santa Anna Pérez de Lebrón, (born February 21, 1794, Jalapa, Mexico—died June 21, 1876, Mexico City), Mexican army officer and statesman who was the storm centre of Mexico’s politics during such events as the Texas Revolution (1835–36) and the Mexican-American War (1846–48). The son of a minor colonial official, Santa Anna ...
In 1834, Mexican conservatives seized the political initiative, and General Antonio López de Santa Anna became the centralist president of Mexico. The conservative-dominated Congress abandoned the federal system, replacing it with a unitary central government that removed power from the states.
Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna was a Mexican war hero and president who enjoyed great success and great failure, on the battlefield and in politics. He remains one of Mexico's most famous military leaders. He was born on Feb. 21, 1794 in Xalapa, Veracruz, and had a slight formal education.
In Mexico, from the late 1820s to the mid-1850s the period is often called the "Age of Santa Anna", named for the general and politician, Antonio López de Santa Anna. Liberals (federalists) asked Santa Anna to overthrow conservative President Anastasio Bustamante.
ca. 1814–October 7, 1883 On a cold March dawn in 1836, Mexican officers escorted a shaken young woman and her infant daughter past the heaps of dead in the Alamo courtyard to Mexican General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna. The woman, Susanna Dickinson, was the wife of Alamo defender Almaron Dickinson.
December 4, 2020 by Lyman. Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna, the leading villain of Texas history, was born in Mexico on 21 February 1794. As a young military officer, he supported Emperor Agustin de Iturbide, and at one time courted the emperor’s sister. He later rebelled against the government, gained considerable backing.
It is said that General Santa Anna was captivated by Emily Morgan during the crucial battle cries, missing them totally and failing to inform his troops. However, there is no official record of the specifics of the unsecured Mexican camp. After this devastating defeat of the Mexican army, nothing is known about Emily Morgan's future.
Es una especie de "autobiografía" de Antonio López de Santa Ana y habla mucho de sus ambiciones, su carrera como militar y luego como político. Enrique se tomó ciertas libertades en la narrativa pero por lo general se apega a lo que realmente sucedió. More posts you may like r/mexico Join • 26 days ago
General Antonio López de Santa Ana of Mexico declared victory at what Texas site on March 6, 1836? Hint The Alamo Mission Viejo The Citadel San Juan Capistrano 8. In the hills of southwestern Wisconsin lies this building designed and occupied by arguably the greatest American architect of his time.