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José Aguirre de Achá

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José Aguirre de Achá

José Aguirre de Achá (1877[1] - ?) was a Bolivian writer, politician and lawyer from Cochabamba. He was active as a lawyer during the 1898 revolution and later served as Minister of Education. He was also a diplomat to Colombia, Venezuela and Ecuador.


  • Platonía; la zona de arbitraje en el litigio boliviano-paraguayo.
  • La antigua provincia de Chiquitos.

References and sources

  1. ^ George Allen & Unwin, London, 1943, p. 7.
  • Álvarez del Real, María Eloísa (1991). 12.000 minibiografías. Panamá: América, S.A. p. 18.  
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