José de Lachambre

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José de Lachambre y Domínguez was the ad interim Spanish Governor-General of the Philippines after Camilo Polavieja was recalled by the Cánovas government who was displeased with Polavieja's policy.[1] Fernando Primo de Rivera was appointed and took office for the second time as governor general (the first from 1880-1883) on April 23, 1897. De Lachambre served as the interim governor for a week from April 15–23, 1897.[2]


  1. ^ Payne, Stanley G. (1967). "Politics and the Military in Modern Spain". pg. 75. Stanford University Press, California.
  2. ^ Blair, Emma Helen and Robertson, James Alexander (1904). "The Philippine Islands", pp. 311-312. Arthur H. Clark Company, Cleveland, OH.
Preceded by
Camilo Polavieja
Spanish Governor - Captain General of the Philippines
Succeeded by
Fernando Primo de Rivera