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Segismundo Casado


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Segismundo Casado López (1893 – 18 December 1968) was a Spanish Army officer in the Second Spanish Republic during the Spanish Civil War, commanding the Republican Spanish Army in 1939.
Together with Julíán Besteiro, a member of the Cortes Generales and a socialist, in 1939 Casado conducted a coup d'état against the government of Prime Minister Juan Negrín, claiming Negrín wanted a Communist takeover. Republican forces regained control of Madrid, and Casado's efforts to negotiate a peace with General Franco failed. He insisted on unconditional surrender, which occurred in 1939. Casado went into exile in Venezuela, not returning to Spain until 1961.
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Segismundo Casado

Segismundo Casado

Spanish officer

  • Desc: Segismundo Casado López was a Spanish Army officer in the Second Spanish Republic during the Spanish Civil War, commanding the Republican Spanish Army in 1939.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Segismundo_Casado
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Víctor Pey

Spanish engineer

  • Desc: Víctor Pey Casado was a Spanish-born Chilean engineer, professor, and businessman. He was born in Madrid, the son of writer and priest Segismundo Pey Ordeix, and Manuela Casado, from Valladolid. At the age of two, he moved with his family to Barcelona.
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Nava de la Asunción

Nava de la Asunción

Municipality in Spain

José Miaja

José Miaja

Officer

Final offensive of the Spanish Civil War

Final offensive of the Spanish Civil War

War

Miguel San Andrés Castro

Spanish politician

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Enrique Jurado Barrio

Spanish military personnel

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Arnoldo Fernández Urbano

Spanish military personnel

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Manuel Molina Conejero

Spanish politician

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