Corporate Body - España. Cuerpo de Carabineros (1829-1940). Jefatura de Transportes

España. Cuerpo de Carabineros (1829-1940). Jefatura de Transportes

Identification

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Corporate Body

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España. Cuerpo de Carabineros (1829-1940). Jefatura de TransportesOther forms

Fechas de Existencia:

from 1829 to 1940

History:

It was an armed security corps created in 1829 and integrated into the Civil Guard in 1940. Its main mission was the surveillance of the coastline and the borders, as well as the repression of fraud and contraband. By Royal Decree by Ferdinand VII issued on the 9th March 1829, it was officially named as the Royal Corps of Carabineers of Coasts and Borders. In 1833, it was renamed as Carabineers of the Royal Treasury and was placed under the authority of the Direction of Stagnant Revenues of the Ministry of Finance. In 1842, the corps was discredited and reorganized bearing the name Corps of Carabineers of the Kingdom in order to replace the carabineers of the Royal Treasury. The carabineers sided with the Government of the Republic and became the elite of the National Army. After the dispute, the Law of 15th March 1940 laid down the dissolution of the corps of carabineers and its integration into the Civil Guard. Timeline: Royal Corps of Carabineers of Coasts and Borders (1829-1833). Carabineers of the Royal Treasury (1833-1842). Corps of Carabineers of the Kingdom (1842-1940). Integration into the Civil Guard (1940).

Related Authorities

Arribas Borrego, José María (1905-1975)  ( It has as a member; Capitán de Carabineros. También es jefe de Transportes de Sanidad en Carabineros y capitán de Carabineros en el servicio de recepción de frontera. )

Associative relations :

Concheso García, Fernando (1912-1976)  ( It has as a member; Capitán del XX Batallón Móvil )

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