José Manuel Hernández
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|José Manuel Hernández|
August 25, 1921 (aged 67–68)|
New York City, United States
Called El Mocho (the hand-less) after his right hand was crippled as a result from a battle wound, he is particularly well known for his numerous rebellions and imprisonments and for the modernity of his presidential campaign, which involved rallies, meetings, campaign posters and tours around the country.
- Frank Moore Colby (1922). New International Yearbook: A Compendium of the World's Progress. Dodd, Mead and company. p. 319.
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