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Roca, Julio Argentino, 1843-1914

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Personal name headingRoca, Julio Argentino, 1843-1914
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Variant(s)Roca, Julio Argentino, Pres. Argentine Republic, 1843-1914
Roca Paz, Alejo Julio Argentino, 1843-1914
Paz, Alejo Julio Argentino Roca, 1843-1914
Roca, Alejo Julio Argentino, 1843-1914
See alsoArgentina. President (1880-1886 : Roca)
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Argentina. President (1898-1904 : Roca)
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Birth date1843-07-17
Death date1914-10-19
Place of birthTucumán (Argentina)
Place of deathBuenos Aires (Argentina)
AffiliationColegio Nacional de Concepción del Uruguay
Argentina. Ejército
Argentina. Presidencia de la Nación
Argentina. Ministerio de Guerra
Profession or occupationPresident General
Found, March 18, 2021: (Julio Argentino Roca; born 1843; died October 20, 1914); president of Argentina (1880-1886, 1898-1904); clever politician who dominated Argentina from 1880 to 1904, represents the predominance of rural landowners; He presided over a period of political order as well as spectacular economic growth until overtaken by reformist opponents; army officer from Tucumán who viewed the army as an agent of national unification; at the age of sixteen, he completed his formal education at the Colegio Nacional de Concepción del Uruguay; participated in the battle of Cepeda as a lieutenant in José de Urquiza's army; became popular after successfully completing his military campaigns along the pampas; won the support of cattlemen, politicians, and farmers in the interior because he protected and enriched them; through his military career, Roca broadened his understanding of Argentina and of the provincial upper class; spent many of his later years in Europe and died in Buenos Aires; source: Encyclopedia of Latin American History and Culture)
Dictionary of Falklands Biography website, March 18, 2021: (Julio Argentino Roca; president of Argentina; born 1843 in Tucuman; fourth son of Don José Segundo Roca and Agustina Paz; commanded government forces in the so-called Campaña del Desierto, or Desert Campaign of 1877 to 1884; first term as president began in 1880; second term was 1898-1904; died October 19, 1914)
Gobierno de la Ciudad de Buenos Aires website, March 18, 2021: (Julio Argentino Roca (1843-1914) was president of Argentina in two periods: from 1880 to 1886 and from 1898 to 1904; Ministerio de Guerra during the presidency of Nicolás Avellaneda, during which time he led the "Conquest of the Desert" in Patagonia)
Los días de Julio Argentino Roca, 2016: volume 1, title page (Julio Argentino Roca) page 37, etc. (born July 17, 1843 in Tucumán; president of Argentina (1880-1886; 1898-1904); died in 1914)
Casa Rosado (Argentina's official presidential residence) website, March 18, 2021: (Alejo Julio Argentino Roca; born July 17, 1843 in Tucumán; died October 19, 1914 in Buenos Aires; married to Clara Funes; president of Argentina (October 12, 1880-October 12, 1886; October 12, 1898-October 12, 1904); affiliated with the Partido Autonomista Nacional)
El Litoral (news) (Argentina) website, March 18, 2021: posted February 2, 2015 (Alejo Julio Argentino Roca Paz; Julio Argentino Roca; president of Argentina (1880-1886 and 1898-1904); known as Zorro)
Index on Censorship, volume 47, issue 1, April 2020: pages 50-52 (Alejo Julio Argentino Roca Paz; General Julio Argentino Roca; fought in the Conquest of the Desert; president of Argentina for two terms)
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