Augusto Cesar Sandino( Nicaraguan politician)
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Biography Augusto Cesar Sandino
Cesar Augusto Calderon Sandino (1895-1934) - Nicaraguan politician, leader of the national-liberation revolutionary war years 1927-1934.
. Sandino's father - a wealthy farmer Gregorio Sandino, his mother - his journey-Margarita Calderon
. Up to 12 years, Mr.. Sandino refused to recognize the legitimate son, then took the family .
In 1921, Augusto Sandino, nearly killed the son of a prominent local representative of the Conservative Party, who spoke about his abusive mother, and was forced to emigrate. I visited in Honduras, Guatemala and Mexico. At the insistence of his father (the statute of limitations crime out) back in June 1926 in Nicaragua, the impact of his victims did not allow him to settle in the village at the place of birth, . Sandino and eventually settled on a gold mine in Nueva Segovia, . Americans belonged, . where the miners had read a lecture on social inequality and the need for change,
. Since mid-1927 in an armed opposition to the ruling regime, supported by the U.S.. He first stood for the restoration of legitimate authority under the constitutional foundations, . and then began to fight against the agreement Espino Negro, . which provided for a tight custody Nicaragua by the U.S. government, . considering it as a threat to the independence of Nicaragua,
. As a result of long-led rebel movement has managed to achieve the withdrawal of deployed U.S. troops in the country, . but it was during the next round of talks on the demobilization of their army treacherously arrested the head of the National Guard of Nicaragua, . later President, . Anastasio Somoza, . and killed.,
. In his honor, as a patriot and national hero, was named the Sandinista National Liberation Front, after overthrowing the Somoza family dictatorship in 45 years after the death of Sandino as a result of the Sandinista revolution.
. May 14, 1980 the State Council officially awarded Sandino Nicaragua honorary title 'Father of the anti-imperialist people's democratic revolution' .