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by William F Sater
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The Heroic Image in Chile. Arturo Prat, Secular Saint. University of California Press, 1973. The Heroic Image in Chile.
Both Peru and Chile needed to achieve maritime supremacy to protect themselves from each other as well as to carry the war to their enemy. The Heroic Image in Chile: Arturo Prat, Secular Saint. The Battle of Iquique provided one of the seminal events in the naval war: Peru lost one of its two most powerful ships, giving Chile maritime supremacy.
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Agustín Arturo Prat Chacón (American Spanish: ; April 3, 1848, near Ninhue, Chile – May 21, 1879, Iquique, Peru) was a Chilean lawyer and navy officer. He was killed in the Battle of Iquique, during the War of the Pacific. During his career, Prat had taken part in several naval engagements, including battles at Papudo (1865), and at the Abtao (1866). Following his death, his name became a rallying cry for Chilean forces, and Arturo Prat has since been considered a national hero.
Arturo Prat, secular saint. Published 1973 by University of California Press in Berkeley. Arturo Prat Chacón (1848-1879). Bibliography: p. -237.