Marshals of Ayacucho
Marshals of Ayacucho
Several future Peruvian presidents served under General Antonio José de Sucre at the battle of Ayacucho, which ended Spanish rule in South America in 1824. They included Agustín Gamarra of Cuzco (b. 1785), Miguel San Román of Puno (b. 1802), Manuel Ignacio Vivanco (b. 1806), Felipe Santiago Salaverry (b. 1805), and Juan Crisostomo Torrico (b. 1808), all of Lima. The military and political skills of these generals, together with the public renown they received by serving at Ayacucho, helped them to reach the pinnacle of political power, however briefly, during the turbulent post-Independence period known as the "age of the caudillos."
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Peter F. KlarÉn
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