Jorge Prado Edit Profile
Student Jesuit Colls. in Lima, Paris, London, 1896-1903. Student University of Lima, 1904-1908. Military School, Lima, 1908-1910.
Cavalry, 1910; editor El Diario, 1912-1915. Editor La Epoca of Lima, 1915-1917. Elected member Congress of Peru, 1917, 1919.
Leader of opposition, 1920. Minister of the Interior and prime minister, 1933-1934. Candidate for presidency of Republic, 1936.
Ambassador to Brazil, 1938-1944. To Great Britain, 1944-1946, to United States 1946-1947. Democratic Liberal.
Clubs: National, Jockey, Polo and Golf (Lima).
Married Grace Adelaide Flinders, December 20, 1934.