Primo de Rivera


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Primo de Rivera

(Spanish ˈprimo de riˈβera)
n
1. (Biography) José Antonio (xoˈse anˈtonjo). 1903–36, Spanish politician; founded Falangism
2. (Biography) his father, Miguel (miˈɣɛl). 1870–1930, Spanish general; dictator of Spain (1923–30)
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Primo de Rivera, for example, would arrive in Luneta on a magnificent carriage drawn by four horses; that was a signal for the band to play the 'Marcha Real,' until the governor took his seat and ordered them to stop the protocol and get on with the show.
El golpe de Estado del general Primo de Rivera el 13 de septiembre de 1923 asesta la puntilla definitiva a las libertades publicas.
1923 - Miguel Primo de Rivera becomes Prime Minister of Spain in a military coup.
Ils chantaient le [beaucoup moins que]Cara al Sol[beaucoup plus grand que], l'hymne des Phalanges fascistes fondees par Jose Antonio Primo de Rivera, lui-meme enterre non loin du Caudillo.
In three sections on chronologies, themes, and individuals, they consider such topics as the contested quest for modernization 1914-36, from democratic transition to consolidation and Crispaci n 1970s to the present, social movements, war and the military, Countess Espoz y Mina, Jose Ortega y Gasset, Francisco Franco, and Pilar Primo de Rivera. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)
En este primero, el autor inicia su estudio en la Restauracion y lo concluye con la llegada al poder del general Primo de Rivera, aunque se detiene un poco antes con el arribo del nuncio Tedeschini a Espana.
Opened by Franco himself in 1959, the Valley houses a Catholic basilica set into a hillside, where the founder of Spain's fascist Falange party, Jose Antonio Primo de Rivera, is also interred.