Person - Selke, Ángela (1913-1993)

Selke, Ángela (1913-1993)

Identification

Type:

Person

Preferred form:

Selke, Ángela (1913-1993)Other forms

Dates of existence/Biographical dates:

Rusia  1913 - 1993

History:

Spanish writer. Wife of the Spanish writer Antonio Sánchez Barbudo. Together they had two daughters, Virginia and Laura Sánchez Selke. She was born in Russia, from Judeo-Germanic roots. She came to Spain as correspondent during the Spanish Civil War and lived in Barcelona, where she mett her future husband, and where her elder daughter was born (1938). After the end of the war, her family exiled, first of all in France, and later moved to Mexico, on board of the Sinaia ship. They lived for a while in Mexico and then went to Wisconsin (1945), where his husband was appointed teacher and Ángela became received her PhD on Spanish Literature. She is author of a book about the Inquisition and another one of the Xuetas, Majorcan Jews.

Sinaia (barco de vapor)

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Date of the event: 1924 - 1946-12-09

 
Sinaia (barco de vapor)

Date of the event: 1939-06-13

Location associated with the date: Veracruz (México)

 

Context:

En 1958-59 estuvo investigando en el Archivo Histórico Nacional (AHN) de Madrid sobre "Inquisición en el siglo XVI".

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Authors

Places

México in 1939

Lugar de Nacimiento:

Rusia in 1913

Lugar de Defunci¿n:

Florida (Estados Unidos) in 1993

Subjects

Gender:

Mujer

Related Authorities

Archivo Histórico Nacional (Madrid, España)  ( He/She is a client of )

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Family relationships :

Sánchez Barbudo, Antonio (1910-1995)  - Marriage (He/She is married to)

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