Daniel Nuñez del Prado
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Dr. Daniel Nuñez del Prado (29 July 1840 in La Paz, Bolivia – 1891) was a revolutionary Bolivian doctor of medicine. His parents were Dr Maria José Nuñez del Prado and Isabel del Valle. His brother, Eduardo Nuñez del Prado, was also a doctor of medicine.
President Mariano Melgarejo expelled Nuñez del Prado from Bolivia. The reason was that Rosa Zeballos Tomayo, the wife of Nuñez del Prado denied General Melgarejo access to her house during a parade. It is one of the historical buildings in the city of La Paz. Years later, Don Daniel urgently was requested to attend a patient who had been shot dead in Lima. The patient was General Melgarejo. The last confession from former president Melgarejo was that he was with Don Daniel Nuñez del Prado.
- Degree as doctor of medicine in Lima / 1863.
- 1866 Fights under supreme commander Jose Galvez against the Spanish invasion, obtaining decorations from the Peruvian and Bolivian governments.
- 1868 Combats a yellow fever epidemic in Lima, and so obtains a decoration from the Peruvian congress.
- 1878 Prefect of La Paz.
- 1881 Bolivian foreign minister under President Campero.
- Opusculo sobre la fiebre amarilla.
- Dean of the Faculty of medicine in La Paz.
- Organizes the battalion "Victoria" to defend Bolivia from the attacks from Chile. Due to this action he obtains the nomination as Colonel.
- "Daniel Nunez del Prado Video". Retrieved 21 June 2013.
- Tras la huella de los hermanos Núñez del Prado at Archivos bolivianos de historia de la Medicina ‹See Tfd›(in Spanish)
- http://www.histarmar.com.ar/InfHistorica/GuerraPacificoEspaniaChPeru/Pacifico1base.htm ‹See Tfd›(in Spanish)
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