Primo de Rivera


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see Primo de Rivera, MiguelPrimo de Rivera, Miguel,
1870–1930, Spanish general and dictator. After a rapid and brilliant military career in Cuba, the Philippines, and Morocco, he became governor of Cádiz (1915), then in turn captain general of Valencia, Madrid, and Catalonia.
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Primo de Rivera

1. José Antonio . 1903--36, Spanish politician; founded Falangism
2. his father, Miguel . 1870--1930, Spanish general; dictator of Spain (1923--30)
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His apparently amenable relationship to both the Primo de Rivera and Franco regimes admittedly raises many questions about the composer's political affinities.
Supply and installation of lights Led type in the administrative center located on the square Primo de Rivera, No.
Unamuno taught Greek at the University of Salamanca until 1920 when he was removed due to his political views against the dictator Miguel Primo de Rivera.
Children will also lap up the Parque de Atracciones with its water slides and fast rides, while the city's Primo de Rivera Park has fountains and gardens.
La guerre du Rif avait egalement provoque en Espagne la chute de gouvernements, fut a l'origine du coup d'Etat du general Miguel Primo de Rivera et affaibli la popularite de la monarchie.
Por sua vez, Vicente Sanchez-Biosca estuda a representacao distinta de dois lideres da Guerra Civil Espanhola no cinema: Franco e Jose Antonio Primo de Rivera, destacando a campanha de ambos entre 1938 e o pos-guerra com a criacao do Departamento Nacional de Cinematografia (DNC).
Rather than the current Spanish national anthem, which has been an instrumental since the death of dictator Genera Franco in 1978, the Giro organisers played one commissioned in 1928 by General Primo de Rivera.
In February 1934, during the Second Spanish Republic, a merger agreement between the Spanish Phalanx (Falange Espanola), founded by Jose Antonio Primo de Rivera, and the Assemblies of the National Syndicalist Offensive (Juntas de Ofensiva Nacional Sindicalista, or JONS) was signed, resulting in the first truly fascist party in Spain.
Among the real characters in the novel are right-wing politician Jose Antonio Primo de Rivera and Gen.
Davidson argues that despite Spain's neutral status in World War I, the dominant trends of the Jazz Age nonetheless found a willing home in Spain's "second city," due to a period of tremendous social upheaval and Catalunya's subsequent oppression by the dictatorship of Miguel Primo de Rivera after 1923.
His predecessors were Primo de Rivera and Pilsudski: men who rose to fill a vacuum.
In 1935 Catalan culture had reason for optimism: from the late nineteenth century, in architecture, art, music, and literature, generations of immensely talented artists--Gaudi, Miro, Dali, Casals, Granados, Mompou, among many others--had emerged; in the political sphere, the dictatorship of Primo de Rivera had come to an end, the Catalan Statute of Autonomy had been implemented in 1932, the official use of the Catalan language was established, women were accorded full legal status, adultery was decriminalized, abortion was legalized.