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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pedro Agustín Morales Hernández (March 11, 1808 November 27, 1872) was a military officer and de facto President of Bolivia between 1871 and 1872. Morales was born in La Paz. Originally a supporter of President José Ballivián (1841 47), Morales became a sworn enemy of General Manuel Belzu, who had in essence overthrown Ballivián in 1847. Following many years combatting Belzu, Morales came to power with President José Maria Linares (1857 1861). Opposed to the government of General José Maria de Achá, who had overthrown Linares, Morales supported the 1864 coup that brought to power the notorious General Mariano Melgarejo, who rewarded him with the generalship and (importantly) command of the Bolivian Army.
Herausgeber Barnabas Cristóbal