Person - Azcárate, Pablo de (1890-1971)

Azcárate, Pablo de (1890-1971)

Identification

Type:

Person

Preferred form:

Azcárate, Pablo de (1890-1971)Other forms

Fechas de existencia:

León (España)  1890-07-30 - Geneva  1971-12-15

History:

Spanish jurisconsult, politician and diplomatic.

He was born in León and he died in Geneva (Switzerland). He was the son of Cayo de Azcárate and the nephew of Gumersindo, who was a professor and one of the founders of the Free Education Institute. He got married to Amelia Diz Flóres and they had four children. One of them, Manuel, is a distinguished leader of the Communist Party in Spain. He started his academic training as a student of the Free Education Institution and when he had finished there, he studied Law at the universities of Zaragoza and Madrid, where he was awarded a doctorate in 1911. Indeed, he had received a scholarship from the Council for the Extension of Studies. One of the most remarkable aspects about his academic career is that he highlighted for using the chair of Administrative Law at the University of Santiago de Compostela, which meant that he became the youngest professor in Spain at that time. In 1915 he was transferred and he worked as a professor in Granada. He was sanctioned in 1937 and he took up exile. He stayed in London when the Spanish Civil War was over and he retired to Geneva in 1952, where he lived until he died. He held other positions such as: Deputy to the Spanish Cortes Generales for León. Employee at the League of Nations (Geneva) and the United Nations Organisation. Ambassador of the Republic at the United Kingdom. Esteemed role in the creation of Israel as an independent State as a secretary of the Conciliation Commission for Palestine.

Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939

Date of the event: 1936 - 1939

 

Occupations

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Políticos

Profesión (Es realizada por):

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Places

Lugar de Residencia:

Londres (Inglaterra, Reino Unido) in 1939 Obs.:  Exilio

Lugar de Nacimiento:

León (España) in 1890-07-30

Lugar de Defunción:

Geneva in 1971-12-15

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Related Authorities

Family relationships :

Azcárate Diz, Luis de (1921-?)  - Collateral (Es tio/a de)

Azcárate Diz, Teresa (1918-2006)  - Collateral (Es tio/a de)

Azcárate Flórez, Justino de (1903-1989)  - Collateral (Es hermano/a de)

Azcárate Flórez, Luis (1897-?)  - Collateral (Es hermano/a de)

Azcárate Flórez, Patricio (1886-1963)  - Collateral (Es hermano/a de)

Azcárate, Gumersindo de (1840-1917)  - Collateral (Es sobrino/a de)

Diz Bercedóniz, Manuel  - Collateral (Es sobrino/a de)

Diz Flórez, María Cruz (1892-?)  - Collateral (Es primo/a de)

Azcárate Corral, Patricio de (1800-1886)  - Descendant (Es nieto/a de)

Azcárate, Manuel (1916-1998)  - Progenitor (Es padre de)

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Embajada de España en Londres (Reino Unido)  ( Es miembro de; Embajador de la República en Reino Unido )

Associative relations :

Fundación Sierra-Pambley (León, España)  ( Es miembro de )

Institución Libre de Enseñanza (Madrid, España)  ( Es miembro de )

Navarro Capdevila, Fernando (1884-?)  ( Colabora con; Fue nombrado agregado naval en la Embajada Esapañola en Londes siendo embajador Pablo de Azcárate )

Negrín, Juan (1892-1956)  ( Colabora con )

Servicio de Evacuación de Refugiados Españoles  ( Es empleado en/trabaja en )

Universidad de Santiago de Compostela (A Coruña, España)  ( Es miembro de; Cátedra de Derecho Administrativo. )

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