Carlos Roberto Flores Facussé (b. 10 March 1950) was President of Honduras from 27 January 1998 to 27 January 2002. ...more on Wikipedia about "Carlos Roberto Flores"
Carlos Roberto Reina Idiáquez ( March 13, 1926– August 19, 2003) was the President of Honduras from January 27, 1994 to January 27, 1998. ...more on Wikipedia about "Carlos Roberto Reina"
Céleo Arias was President of Honduras from July 26, 1872 until January 13 1874. His presidency was dominated by the invasion of Honduras by both Guatemala and El Salvador. In spite of putting a strong resistance Arias was forced to give up the presidency in Comayagua. ...more on Wikipedia about "Céleo Arias"
Francisco Bertrand was President of Honduras from March 28, 1911 to February 1 1912, and then again between March 21 1913 and September 9 1919. He started out with a reputation as a conciliator, but during his last presidency was involved in armed conflict with his political opponents. It is believed that United States of America pressure was behind his abandoning the post of President. He spent the next few years in exile before returning to La Ceiba, Honduras to die in July 1926. ...more on Wikipedia about "Francisco Bertrand"
Francisco Bográn was President of Honduras 5 October 1919 - 1 February 1920. ...more on Wikipedia about "Francisco Bográn"
Francisco Bueso was President of Honduras 10 March - 27 April 1924. ...more on Wikipedia about "Francisco Bueso"
Francisco Ferrera was President of Honduras twice; between January 1, 1841 and December 31, 1842, and then between february 23, 1843 and December 31, 1844. He was born in Honduras in 1794 and died in 1851. ...more on Wikipedia about "Francisco Ferrera"
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José Simón Azcona del Hoyo ( January 26 1927 – October 24 2005) was President of Honduras from January 27 1986 to January 27 1990 for the Liberal Party of Honduras (PLH). He was born in La Ceiba in Honduras. ...more on Wikipedia about "José Azcona del Hoyo"
José Francisco Montes was President of Honduras (acting): 11 January - 4 February 1862 and 11 December 1862 - 7 September 1863. ...more on Wikipedia about "José Francisco Montes"
José María Medina was temporarily President of Honduras between September 1 and December 31 1863, and then served for a much longer period between March 15, 1864 and July 26 1872. He provisionally served a third time between August 12 and August 27 1876. He was born on September 8 1826 in Gracias a Dios Department in Honduras. He joined the Honduran army age 18, and fought against William Walker's attempts to conquer Central America. He was executed by firing squad in 1878 in Santa Rosa de Copán. ...more on Wikipedia about "José María Medina"
General José Santos Guardiola was President of Honduras from February 17, 1856 to January 11 1862, when he became the only President of Honduras to be assassinated while in office in a crime committed by his personal guard. He was born November 1 1816 in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. He opposed Francisco Morazán in the conflict over whether to have a Central American state. His good relations with the British helped facilitate the incorporation of the Bay Islands and the La Mosquitia region into Honduras. He fought against William Walker, who aspired to conquering Central America. ...more on Wikipedia about "José Santos Guardiola"
Juan Alberto Melgar Castro ( 1930 - December 2, 1987) was a Honduran soldier and politician who became President of Honduras from April 22, 1975 to August 7, 1978, when he was overthrown by others in the military. During his rule, the process of land reform slowed because of pressure from land-owning sectors and influential politicians. ...more on Wikipedia about "Juan Alberto Melgar Castro"
Juan Lindo was President of El Salvador between February 22, 1841 and February 1, 1842, and President of Honduras two times in succession between February 12, 1847 and February 1, 1852. He was born in Tegucigalpa in Honduras on March 16, 1790 and died there in Gracias on 26 April, 1857. He graduated in Mexico before returning to Honduras to work under the Spanish regime. In the period of independence he supported Honduras allying itself with Mexico, rather than with the Central American regime based in Guatemala. ...more on Wikipedia about "Juan Lindo"
Juan Manuel Gálvez was a President of Honduras from January 1, 1949 till December 5, 1954. His election, for the National Party of Honduras (PNH), ended the 16 year dictatorship of Tiburcio Carías Andino. ...more on Wikipedia about "Juan Manuel Gálvez" This article is made on shortopedia shortopedia
Julio Lozano Díaz was born in 1885 in Tegucigalpa in Honduras, and died in Miami in 1957. He was first vice-President ( 1949- 1954) and then President of Honduras from December 5 1954 until October 21 1956. While he began his presidential career as a dictator he then won a democratic election in 1956, but the result was annulled. ...more on Wikipedia about "Julio Lozano Díaz"
Luis Bográn was President of Honduras 30 November 1883 - 30 November 1891. He was born in the state of Santa Barbara on June 3, 1849. President Bográn studied law at the University of San Carlos in Guatemala, and later pursued a career in the military, becoming a general years later. He became involved in politics early in his life, and soon became president Marco Aurelio Soto's protege. His two consecutive terms as president were prosperous. President Bográn was a unionist and attempted to bring about the unification of the five central american states. His agenda was defeated as the ultra-conservative power elites in these states succesfully thwarted unification attempts. ...more on Wikipedia about "Luis Bográn"
Manuel Bonilla was President of Honduras from April 13 1903 to February 25th 1907, and again from February 1 1912 till March 21 1913. He was born in Juticalpa, Olancho, Honduras. He started out as a liberal, and then became a conservative, and he is considered the founder of the ideas that led to the creation of the National Party of Honduras. He was involved in various military actions as a young man. As President he gave generous concessions to the banana companies along the north coast. ...more on Wikipedia about "Manuel Bonilla"
Marco Aurelio Soto was President of Honduras from August 27, 1876 until October 19 1883. he was known as a liberal. He was a reforming President and had a great impact on the Honduras of his time. ...more on Wikipedia about "Marco Aurelio Soto"
Miguel Paz Barahona (?- 1937) was President of Honduras from February 1, 1925 to February 1, 1929. Barahona was a member of the National Party of Honduras (PNH). ...more on Wikipedia about "Miguel Paz Barahona"
General Miguel R. Dávila was President of Honduras between April 18 1907 and March 28 1911. He occupied various posts in the government of Policarpo Bonilla, before becoming President himself. He died in Honduras on October 11 1927. ...more on Wikipedia about "Miguel R. Dávila"
Oswaldo López Arellano (born June 30 1921)was twice President of Honduras from 1963-1971 and 1972-1975. ...more on Wikipedia about "Oswaldo López Arellano" www.shortopedia.com - now! shortopedia
Policarpo Bonilla was president of Honduras between February 22 1894 until February 1 1899. He was born March 17 1858 in Tegucigalpa, Honduras. He was a lawyer who held posts in the government of Marco Aurelio Soto. He became a Deputy in the National Congress, and was also Governor of Tegucigalpa. He was described as "the hero who, by transforming Honduras, gave it a new conscience". He died in 1928. ...more on Wikipedia about "Policarpo Bonilla"
Policarpo Paz García. He was born on December 7 1932 in La Arada, Goascoran, Valle, Honduras. And died on April 16 2000. He was President of Honduras from August 7 1978 until January 27 1982. The military had ruled Honduras almost continuously since 1963, and Paz García was the last of the Generals to rule the country. During his rule there were elections to the National Congress, and he then handed power over to the democratically elected Roberto Suazo Córdova. His tenure is also noted for corruption, and the high level of military repression, including the startling leap of activity attributable to Battalion 3-16, which was a secret right-wing paramilitary death squad trained by the CIA. The services of Batalión 3-16 were called upon during the Reagan administration and the American military activity in Central America to support the Contras. ...more on Wikipedia about "Policarpo Paz García"
*Council of Ministers: 27 August - 21 September 1839 ...more on Wikipedia about "President of Honduras"
Rafael Leonardo Callejas Romero was born on 14 November 1943 in Tegucigalpa in Honduras, and was President of Honduras January 27 1990 to January 27 1994, representing the National Party of Honduras (PNH). ...more on Wikipedia about "Rafael Leonardo Callejas Romero"
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