Person - Borderas Pallaruelo, Julián (1899-1980)

Borderas Pallaruelo, Julián (1899-1980)

Identification

Type:

Person

Preferred form:

Borderas Pallaruelo, Julián (1899-1980)Other forms

Dates of existence/Biographical dates:

1899-01-09 - México  1980-09-28

History:

Spanish exiled in Mexico. Borderas was deputy for Huesca, municipal judge of Jaca (Huesca) and representative at the Council of Jaca. He also worked as industrialist and tailor, having his own tailor's workshop in Jaca. He spoke French and was married. Being member of PSOE, he also participated in the foundation of the Socialist Group of Jaca; there, he worked as a treasurer, vice-president, president and secretary. Borderas designed and made up the flag with which Galán and García Hernández revolted on December 1930 in Jaca, being also one of its organizers. Borderas belonged to the Republican Provisional Board which announced the II Spanish Republic in Jaca. He worked as a representative of the Council of Jaca, but only for few days. After the uprising failed, he was imprisoned. He ran as a candidate in the municipal elections in Jaca (1930), but his candidacy was withdrawn due to his imprisonment. Between 1931 and 1934, he was appointed municipal judge. Borderas belonged to the left-wing section of PSOE, and worked as a deputy for Huesca in the 1936 general elections, becoming the first deputy of PSOE for Huesca. He was a member of the Commissions of Budget, Industry and Commerce, Agriculture and National Defence. At the beginning of the Civil War, Borderas went into exile to France along with some other civilians. They gathered at the Oloron-Sainte-Marie station to come back to Barcelona in order to form a militia and fight in Jaca, which was known as 130 Mixed Brigade of the X Army. Borderas was appointed the commissioner of this militia, and also commissioner of the General Inspectorate of the Mayor Status of the Army. On 7th December 1936, he headed the provincial assembly of Huesca, organized by PSOE.

Borderas went into exile to Mexico when he was 42-years-old, and received some help from JARE. The departure place and the means of transport is unknown. He participated actively in the republican and socialist institutions. Borderas worked as vice-president of the Spanish Republican Centre. He was also the representative of the Administrative Board at the "Benéfica Hispana" Mutualist Civil Association. He was the director of Círculo de Pablo Iglesias, the Spanish Socialist Association and the Socialist Parliamentarian Group in exile. Borderas also worked at a clothes company. He became independent and set up his own tailor's shop at 8 Bolivar Street. Finally, Borderas died in Mexico D.F.

Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939

Date of the event: 1936 - 1939

 
República Española, 1931-1939

Description: Diputado por Huesca. Juez municipal de Jaca. Vocal del Ayuntamiento de Jaca.

 

Occupations

Profession (carried on by):

Sastres  Obs.:  Realiza su profesión en Jaca (España) y México D.F.

Activity:

Legislators in  Spain in 1936 Obs.:  Diputado por Huesca (elecciones de 1936 En 1936. Se convierte en el primer diputado con el que cuenta el PSOE en la provincia de Huesca).

Activity:

Judges in  Jaca (Huesca, España)  Obs.:  Juez municipal de Jaca.

Places

Domicile:

Jaca (Huesca, España)  Obs.:  Juez municipal. Vocal del Ayuntamiento. Regenta su propio taller de sastrería.

Domicile:

Barcelona (España) in 1936 Obs.:  Al iniciarse la Guerra Civil Española se exilia en Francia con un grupo de civiles. Se reúnen en la estación de Oloron-Sainte-Marie para regresar a Barcelona con la intención de formar una unidad miliciana que actúe en Jaca; dicha unidad recibe el nombre de 130 Brigada Mixta del X Cuerpo de Ejército.

Domicile:

France in 1936 Obs.:  Al iniciarse la Guerra Civil Española se exilia en Francia con un grupo de civiles. Se reúnen en la estación de Oloron-Sainte-Marie para regresar a Barcelona.

Place of arrival:

Veracruz (México) in 1941-11-19 Obs.:  Exilio. Entra. Se desconoce el lugar de origen y el medio de transporte utilizado.

Domicile:

México (estado, México) in 1941-11-19 Obs.:  Exilio. Reside en México D.F. Fallece.

Domicile:

Oloron-Sainte-Marie (Pirineos Atlánticos, Francia) in 1936 Obs.:  Al iniciarse la Guerra Civil Española se exilia en Francia con un grupo de civiles. Se reúnen en la estación de Oloron-Sainte-Marie para regresar a Barcelona con la intención de formar una unidad miliciana que actúe en Jaca.

Lugar de Defunción:

México in 1980-09-28

Subjects

Is:

Exiles

Gender:

Varón

Related Authorities

Ejército Popular de la República (España)  ( He/She is a member of; Al iniciarse la Guerra Civil Española se exilia en Francia con un grupo de civiles. Se reúnen en la estación de Oloron-Sainte-Marie para regresar a Barcelona con la intención de formar una unidad miliciana que actúe en Jaca; dicha unidad recibe el nombre de 130 Brigada Mixta del X Cuerpo de Ejército. Es nombrado comisario de esta unidad y de la de Inspección General de Ingenieros del Estado Mayor del Ejército de Tierra. )

Associative relations :

Partido Socialista Obrero Español  ( He/She is a member of; Militante del PSOE (marzo de 1924). Participa en la fundación del AS de Jaca (desempeña los cargos de tesorero-contador, vicepresidente, presidente y secretario. Junio de 1931-octubre de 1934). Se convierte en el primer diputado con el que cuenta el PSOE en la provincia de Huesca. )

External Links

Diccionario Biográfico:

Fundación Pablo Iglesias

Exiliados republicanos:

Fundación Pablo Iglesias. Archivo JARE

Documents

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