Gustavo II Adolfo nació en el castillo de Estocolmo el 19 de diciembre de 1594, hijo del duque Carlos de Södermanland (posteriormente rey Carlos IX de Suecia) y de su segunda esposa, Cristina de Holstein-Gottorp. Su doble nombre procedía de sus abuelos, el rey sueco Gustavo Vasa y el duque Adolfo de Holstein-Gottorp.
Junto al canciller Oxenstierna, que se hizo cargo de educar a Cristina en asuntos de Estado y política, estaba el obispo Johannes Mattiae Gothus, que como jefe de estudios se encargó de instruir a Cristina en idiomas, filosofía, historia, teología y astronomía, entre otras materias.
September 26, 1969: Alfredo Ovando Candía overthrows Luis Adolfo Siles Salinas; October 6, 1970: Military revolt, three armed forces chiefs overthrow Alfredo Ovando Candía but rule for less than a day before Ovando loyalists under Juan José Torres take back control. Ovando agrees to entrust the presidency to Torres
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