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Miguel Primo de Rivera

(1870—1930) Spanish general and statesman


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(1870–1930)

Spanish general and statesman, head of state (1923–30). He came to power after leading a military coup in 1923, when he assumed dictatorial powers with the consent of Alfonso XIII. The decline of the economy contributed to his forced resignation in 1930. His son, José Antonio Primo de Rivera (1903–36), founded the Falange in 1933 and was executed by Republicans in the Spanish Civil War.

Subjects: Contemporary History (Post 1945).


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