The provincial French lawyer in the 19th century became the king of one state in South America

Finding a sponsor, Tunan with two comrades went to South America on the land where the Araucan Indians lived. Formally, these territories were part of the state of Chile, but the Indians successfully fought with the colonialists. The Frenchman inspired Indians with his speeches to proclaim a new state – Araucania, began to rule them under the name of Antoine I and managed to wage war against Chile. Although in the end the Araucans were defeated, and Antoine himself was arrested and sent back to France.