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Juan Manuel Sucre Figarella

Juan Manuel Sucre Figarella (1925 - 1996), a member of the Sucre family was a Venezuelan Army Brigadier General (General de Brigada - EJ) who served as Commander-in-Chief of the Venezuelan army in the 1970s during the administration of President Rafael Caldera. He is a direct descendant of the great War of Independence hero Grand Marshall of Ayacucho Antonio Jose de Sucre.

Early life

Born in Tumeremo, Bolivar state in Venezuela in 1925 he was the oldest son of Juan Manuel Sucre Ruiz and Ines Figarella Cordoliani de Sucre. His father was the owner of a gold mine in this ...

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