José María Aguirre
Major General José María Aguirre (died Jaruco, 1896) was a Cuban soldier in the Cuban War of Independence (1895–1898), the last of three liberation wars that Cuba fought against Spain. He was with Enrique Collazo connected with the newspaper Protesta. After being wounded in 1896 he died of pneumonia out in the lomas of Jaruco. The José María Aguirre T9 medical school is named in his honour.
- John Lawrence Tone War And Genocide in Cuba, 1895-1898 2006 - Page 43 "The newspaper La Protesta, connected to revolutionary leaders Enrique Collazo and José María Aguirre, published calls to rebellion in the days leading up to Baire.
- Lillian Guerra The Myth of José Martí Page 48 2005 "Rebel officers like General José María Aguirre concurred: “The most grave, sad and painful news that we have received so far has been that of the death of Martí."
- Horatio Seymour Rubens Liberty, the Story of Cuba 1970 Page 275 "General Jose Maria Aguirre, Alejandro Rodriguez and the fiery youths, ..."
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