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Person - Deltoro Fabuel, Antonio (1907-1987)

Deltoro Fabuel, Antonio (1907-1987)

Identification

Type:

Person

Preferred form:

Deltoro Fabuel, Antonio (1907-1987)Other forms

Dates of existence/Biographical dates:

Chulilla (Valencia, España)  1907-12-28 - 1987

History:

Spanish writer and poet that was exiled, and whose parents were wealthy farmers from Valencia. He made his basic studies with the "Maristas" in Valencia, and studied Laws and Arts in the University of Valencia. He married the teacher Ana Matilde Martínez Iborra. He worked as literature teacher in the Bartolomé Cossío School of Valencia between 1933 and 1936, and was one of the founders of the UEAP ("Unión de Escritores y Artistas Proletarios") and the "Alianza de Intelectuales" to defend the culture in Valencia.

Between 1936 and 1938, he was designated Secretary of the Directorate General of Arts, led by Josep Renau, and participated in the rescue and protection of the art treasure of the Prado Museum and the Liria Palace. In 1938, he joined the XIV Group of Guerrilla Fighters of the Spanish Republican Army.

At the end of the war, he moved to France and entered Saint-Cyprien and Barcarés concentration camps, and later was in a refuge for intellectuals in Narbonne. He went with his wife to Santo Domingo in 1940. He worked there in the radio "Hora del Mundo" and founded the "Ozama" magazine. In 1941, they moved again to Mexico due to dictator Trujillo's pressions. He was professor of Spanish and International Literature in Luis Vives School until 1951, when he began working in IQFA laboratories.

He lived for some time in the USA, and returned to Spain in the sixties because his sister was ill. Then, he visited Spain every year, though he did not officially went back from the exile until the democratic transition.

Monterrey (barco de vapor)

Date of the event: 1941-05-05

Location associated with the date: Veracruz (México)

 
Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939

Date of the event: 1936 - 1939

 
República Española, 1931-1939

Description: Director General de Bellas Artes.

Date of the event: 1936

 

Occupations

Profesores  Obs.:  de literatura

Redactores in  México  Obs.:  En laboratorios farmaceúticos

Places

Domicile:

México in 1941

Place of arrival:

Saint-Cyprien (Pirineos Orientales, Francia)  Obs.:  Campo de concentración

Lugar de Nacimiento:

Chulilla (Valencia, España) in 1907-12-28

Lugar de Defunci¾n:

Ciudad de México (México) in 1987

Subjects

Sources

. Pla Brugat, Dolores. Catálogo del fondo de historia oral : refugiados españoles en México : Archivo de la Palabra. 1ª ed.. Dolores Pla Brugat (coordinadora). México D.F.: Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia. 2011. 1 CD-ROM. 978-607-484-184-8.

Deltoro, Antonio. Mantecón de Souto, Matilde. Proyecto de Historia Oral "Refugiados Españoles en México", Archivo de la Palabra, Instituto Nacional de Antropología e Historia (INAH), México : entrevista a Antonio Deltoro. Realizada Por Matilde Mantecón [Para el Instituto Nacional de Antropología E Historia de México En Colaboración Con el Ministerio de Cultura de España]. [s.L.: S.N.]: 1979]. 199 H..

Related Authorities

Campo de concentración de Le Barcarès (Pirineos Orientales, Francia)

Associative relations :

Campo de concentración de Saint-Cyprien (Pirineos Orientales, Francia)  ( Es internado en el campo en su exilio en Francia tras la Guerra Civil española. )

Federación Universitaria Escolar (España)  ( He/She is a member of )

Partido Comunista de España  ( He/She is a member of )

Renau, Josep (1907-1982)  ( He/She/It collaborated with )

Family relationships :

Martínez Iborra, Ana (1907-ca.1990)  - Marriage (He/She is married to)

Documents

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