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  1. Jorge Ubico - Wikipedia

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    Jorge Ubico Castañeda (10 November 1878 – 14 June 1946), nicknamed Number Five or also Central America's Napoleon, was a Guatemalan dictator.A general in the Guatemalan army, he was elected to the presidency in 1931, in an election where he was the only candidate.

  2. Guatemalan Revolution - Wikipedia

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    Under Jorge Ubico, who ruled as a dictator between 1931 and 1944, this process was intensified, with the institution of harsh labor regulations and a police state. [2] In June 1944, a popular pro-democracy movement led by university students and labor organizations forced Ubico to resign.

  3. Jorge Valdivia - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    Jorge Luis Valdivia Toro (Maracay, Venezuela, 19 de octubre de 1983) es un futbolista chileno nacido en Venezuela que se desempeña como volante de creación.Además, fue internacional absoluto con la Selección de fútbol de Chile desde 2004 hasta 2017, con la que se consagró campeón de la Copa América en 2015.

  4. History of Guatemala - centralamerica.com

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    The next significant dictator in Guatemala’s political history is Jorge Ubico, a general who rose to power in 1931. Ubico was inspired by the other dictators around the world to run what would be considered a ‘police state,’ limiting the freedoms of press and speech.

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