Ã“scar R. Benavides
In 1914, he fell as a colonel in the army President Guillermo Billinghurst and seized power themselves.
In the second reign 1933-1939 Benavides took a strong policy direction, which was combined with economic progress. When the Alianza Popular Revolucionaria Americana ( APRA ) won the election of 1936, Benavides ignored the results and continued his government. In 1939, he was replaced by Manuel Prado y Ugarteche as president.
President 1850-1899 | Eduardo López de Romaña | Manuel Candamo | Serapio Calderón | José Pardo y Barreda | Augusto B. Leguía y Salcedo | Guillermo E. Billinghurst | Oscar R. Benavides | Manuel María Ponce Brousset | Luis Miguel Sánchez Cerro | Ricardo Leoncio Elías | Gustavo Jiménez | David Samanez Ocampo | Manuel Prado y Ugarteche | José Luis Bustamante y Rivero | Manuel Apolinario Odría Amoretti | President from 1950
- Military person (Peru )
- President ( Peru)
- Freemason (19th Century )
- Freemason ( 20th century)
- Freemasons (Peru )
- Of the Order of the Liberator San Martin
- Of the Order El Sol del Perú
- Member of the Legion of Honour ( Grand Cross )
- Born 1876
- Died in 1945