Jorge Denegre Vaught Peña

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Jorge Denegre Vaught Peña (Mamantel, Campeche, 1916 - Mexico City, 1998) was a Mexican lawyer, historian, bibliographer, bibliophile, editor, and poet. He wrote extensively about old books. In the Enciclopedia de Mexico he made important contributions about the Mexican State of Campeche.

In 1989 Conaculta, the National Institute of Anthropology and History and the Secretariat of Finance and Public Credit, made him a recognition in the National Palace in Mexico City.

One of his books is Piraterías en la Nueva España, 2007. He also wrote about the John F. Kennedy's assassination.

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