Primo De Rivera

Primo de Rivera is a Spanish family prominent in politics of the 19th and 20th centuries:

  • Fernando Primo de Rivera, Spanish politician and soldier, 1831–1921
  • Miguel Primo de Rivera (1870–1930), dictator of Spain from 23 September 1923 to 1930
  • José Antonio Primo de Rivera (1903–1936), lawyer and son of Miguel Primo de Rivera, who founded the extreme right-wing (fascist) party, Falange
  • Pilar Primo de Rivera (1907–1991), daughter of Miguel and sister of José Antonio, founded the women's section of the Falange
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