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Francisco Largo Caballero

(1869—1946)

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Juan Negrín López

Juan Negrín López  

(b. 1892, d. 12 Nov. 1956).Prime Minister of Spain 1937–9 Born on the Canary Islands, he studied in Germany (1914–17) and became professor of physiology at the University of Madrid. He became a ...
Manuel Azaña y Díaz

Manuel Azaña y Díaz  

(b. 10 Jan. 1880, d. 3 Nov. 1940).President of Spain 1936–9 Born in Alcalá de Henares, he graduated with a doctorate in jurisprudence from the University of Madrid in 1900. After working in the ...
Socialist Workers' Party of Spain

Socialist Workers' Party of Spain  

(Partido Social Obrero Español, PSOE)Early history (up to 1960s)Established on 2 May 1879, it experienced slow growth in a country that was still barely industrialized and urbanized. Where there was ...
Spanish Civil War

Spanish Civil War  

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(1936–39)A military struggle between left- and right-wing elements in Spain. After the fall of Primo de Rivera in 1930 and the eclipse of the Spanish monarchy in 1931, Spain was split. On the one ...

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