Bartolomé Mitre

Bartolomé Mitre Martínez (26 June 1821 – 19 January 1906) was an Argentine statesman, soldier and author. He was President of Argentina from 1862 to 1868 and the first president of unified Argentina.

Born into a Greek family, Mitre is known as the most versatile statesman, military man, politician, journalist, historian, writer and poet. He was a major figure in the history of Argentina during second half of the 19th century.

He was the figure that best characterized liberalism in Argentina, but he was a moderate and flexible liberal, not dogmatic. Provided by Wikipedia
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by Mitre, Bartolome., 1821-1906.
Published 1960.
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by Mitre, Bartolomé, 1821-1906
Published 1927.
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by Mitre, Bartolomé, 1821-1906
Published 1994.
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by Mitre, Bartolomé, 1821-1906
Published 1942
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by Mitre, Bartolomé, 1821-1906
Published 1945.
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by Mitre, Bartolomé, 1821-1906
Published 1944.
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by Mitre, Bartolomé, 1821-1906
Published 1944.
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by Mitre, Bartolomé, 1821-1906
Published s/f.
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by Mitre, Bartolomé, 1821-1906
Published 1946.
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by Mitre, Bartolomé, 1821-1906.
Published 1962.
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by Mitre, Bartolomé, 1821-1906.
Published 1879.
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by Mitre, Bartolomé, 1821-1906.
Published 1947.
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by Mitre, Bartolomé, 1821-1906.
Published 1911-1914.
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by Mitre, Bartolomé, 1821-1906.
Published 1938-1949.
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by Mitre, Bartolomé, 1821-1906.
Published 1947.
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by Mitre, Bartolomé, 1821-1906.
Published 1960.
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by Mitre, Bartolomé, 1821-1906.
Published 1911-1914.
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