Person - Valenzuela Soler, José (1894-1981)

Valenzuela Soler, José (1894-1981)




Preferred form:

Valenzuela Soler, José (1894-1981)

Dates of existence/Biographical dates:

Anento (Zaragoza, España)  1894-05-24 - Madrid (España)  1981


He was the son of Joaquín Valenzuela Soler and Francisca Soler Gómez. He was married and had two daughters. He studied in Daroca (Zaragoza) and graduated in Law from Universidad de Zaragoza on 11th July 1915. He obtained his doctorate in 1917.

He was professor in Administrativa Law at Universidad de Santiago in 1922, and in 1923 he relocated to Salamanca by transfer.

He was forced to leave his post as a professor because he was elected Parliament Deputy in May 1923. He was professor in Administrative Law at Universidad de Valencia once again in 1927, but stopped in 1936 due to the cleaning of the government of the Republic. He was back in 1939 after the Franco troops took Valencia. In 1953 he relocated to Universidad de Madrid. He retired in 1964.

He was also Parliamentary Deputy for the district of Daroca (Zaragoza), elected in 1923; member of the political fraction of the Liberal Left of Santiago Alba. In 1933 he affiliated to Alejandro Lerroux's Partido Radical. He was named General Director of Hydraulic Works during Lerroux's first ruling in December 1933. He was also named Advisor of the Bank of Spain.


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College teachers


Lugar de Nacimiento:

Anento (Zaragoza, España) in 1894-05-24

Lugar de Defunción:

Madrid (España) in 1981

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