William Quinn Walker was an American physician, lawyer, and journalist turned filibuster in the 1800s.
After attempting to conquer Baja California and successfully -but briefly- gaining control of Sonora, Walker set his sights in Nicaragua, where he ended up proclaiming himself president until he was expelled by a coallision of Central American armies.
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- Easy Podcast - William Walker, entre el Destino Manifiesto y el filibusterismo - Easy Español Easy Espanol 6:24
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