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Angel Rivero Mendez
Puerto Rico 1922 Cronica de la Guerra Hispanoamericana en PR, Obsequio de Autor
Spain: HARDCOVER, NEW, UNUSED, EJEMPLAR OBSEQUIO DE AUTOR - Almost Mint, Puerto Rico 1922 Cronica de la Guerra Hispanoamericana en PR, (Chronicles of the Spanish-American War in Puerto Rico Considered one of the most complete works written in regards to that military action), por Angel Rivero Mendez Capitan de Artilleria, 689 paginas, Madrid Imprenta Sucesores de Rivadeneyra. (dimensions 8" x 11" inches) Author - Captain Ángel Rivero Méndez (October 2, 1856 - February 23, 1930) was a Puerto Rican soldier, writer, journalist and a businessman who is credited with inventing the "Kola Champagne" soft drink. Rivero Méndez was a Captain in the Spanish Army during the Spanish American War on the Island. He is credited with ordering the first shot against the U.S. in P.R. in said conflict. Military Career - On January 1, 1890, Rivero Méndez returned to Puerto Rico and was assigned to the 12th Battalion of Plaza. He taught at the Military Preparatory Academy in San Juan and, in 1896, was promoted to the rank of captain. He was active in politics in the ranks of the Unconditional Spanish Party. As a captain, he was assigned to teach math and chemistry at the Civil Institution of Secondary Education. During this time in his life, he became active in politics as member of the Unconditional Spanish Party. Rivero Méndez also founded a newspaper called La Integridad Nacional (The National Integrity), a political paper which represented the views of the party. Rivero Méndez, along with some others was expelled from the party and together they formed another political party. An article cri … [Click Below for Full Description]
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