This nineteenth-century political and military leader served eleven terms as President of Mexico, first taking office in-may of 1833 and ending his dictatorship in August of 1855. He became a member of the Colonial Spanish Military at age sixteen. Many years afterwards, he moved his allegiance towards the opposing Mexican groundbreaking pushes. His years in power had been marked by politics and armed forces strife, and even though he been successful in rebuilding the Mexican military again and again, he was in charge of losing place for his indigenous country through the Tx Revolution as well as the Mexican Cession. Toward the finish of his lifestyle, he was placed on trial on fees of widespread politics problem and treason. The kid of Spanish colonists, he was raised in Veracruz, Nueva España (New Spain, or Mexico). His initial relationship, to Inés García, led to children called Maria del Carmen, Guadalupe, Antonio, and Manuel. He was exiled from Mexico for a while but was briefly allowed to go back to his indigenous country pursuing an 1837 ending up in American leader Andrew Jackson.
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