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    11995-5
    José Luis Arrese (1905-1986), Secretary-General of the Spanish Falange (Falange Española), Spanish nationalist and fascist organization founded by José Antonio Primo de Rivera (1903-1936). Spain, 1941.
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    2671 x 4112 pixels (728 Ko)

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    4632-16
    Miguel Primo de Rivera (1870-1930), Spanish General and statesman.
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    2898 x 3894 pixels (1148 Ko)

    © Roger-Viollet
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    José Antonio Primo de Rivera (1903-1936), Spanish politician, founder of the Falange (Falange Española), Spanish nationalist and fascist organization, 1935.
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    2113 x 3159 pixels (1720 Ko)

    © Roger-Viollet
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    4667-13
    Miguel Primo de Rivera (1870-1930), Spanish General and statesman.
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    2842 x 4003 pixels (1358 Ko)

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    9182-3
    Miguel Primo de Rivera (1870-1930), Spanish General and statesman.
    © Albert Harlingue / Roger-Viollet
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    2923 x 4090 pixels (823 Ko)

    © Albert Harlingue / Roger-Viollet
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    10134-15
    Meeting between Louis Malvy (1875-1949, on the left), French politician and Miguel Primo de Rivera (1870-1930, in the center), leader of the Spanish government, concerning Morocco. About 1925. HRL-616375
    © Albert Harlingue / Roger-Viollet
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    4363 x 2806 pixels (1763 Ko)

    © Albert Harlingue / Roger-Viollet
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    99163-31
    Dictature de Primo de Rivera (1923-1930). Miguel Primo de Rivera (1870-1930), général et homme politique espagnol, reçu par le roi Alphonse XIII d'Espagne (1886-1941) après son coup d'Etat. Espagne, 1923.
    © Iberfoto / Roger-Viollet
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    3543 x 2649 pixels (1540 Ko)

    © Iberfoto / Roger-Viollet
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    99164-5
    Dictature de Primo de Rivera (1923-1930). Le roi Alphonse XIII d'Espagne (1886-1941), Miguel Primo de Rivera (1870-1930), général et homme d'Etat espagnol, et son staff. Espagne, 23 septembre 1923.
    © Iberfoto / Roger-Viollet
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    4110 x 4340 pixels (4063 Ko)

    © Iberfoto / Roger-Viollet
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    99164-4
    Dictature de Primo de Rivera (1923-1930). Le roi Alphonse XIII d'Espagne (1886-1941) et Miguel Primo de Rivera (1870-1930), général et homme d'Etat espagnol, lors de l'inauguration de l'Exposition internationale de 1929. Barcelone (Espagne), 20 mai 1929.

    © Iberfoto / Roger-Viollet
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    7129 x 4420 pixels (10728 Ko)

    © Iberfoto / Roger-Viollet
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    99164-21
    "> Seconde République espagnole (1931-1939). Création de la Phalange Espagnole ("Falange Española"), organisation politique nationaliste et fasciste fondée par José Antonio Primo de Rivera (1903-1936), homme politique espagnol. De g. à. dr. : Alfonso García Valdecasas (1904-1993), Julio Ruiz de Alda (1897-1936) and José Antonio Primo de Rivera (1903-1936). Madrid (Espagne), Teatro de la Comedia, 29 octobre 1933.

    © Iberfoto / Roger-Viollet
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    3890 x 2598 pixels (2010 Ko)

    © Iberfoto / Roger-Viollet
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    99163-28
    Seconde République espagnole (1931-1939). Création de la Phalange Espagnole ("Falange Española"), organisation politique nationaliste et fasciste fondée par José Antonio Primo de Rivera (1903-1936), homme politique espagnol. Madrid (Espagne), Teatro de la Comedia, 29 octobre 1933.
    © Iberfoto / Roger-Viollet
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    4025 x 2953 pixels (3907 Ko)

    © Iberfoto / Roger-Viollet
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    99163-1
    Dictature de Primo de Rivera (1923-1930). Le roi Alphonse XIII d'Espagne (troisième en partant de la droite, 1886-1941) et à ses côtés, Miguel Primo de Rivera (1870-1930), général et homme politique espagnol, lors de l'inauguration du monument commémorant le débarquement d'Al Hoceïma pendant la guerre du Rif (8 septembre 1925).
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    4961 x 4174 pixels (9878 Ko)

    © Iberfoto / Roger-Viollet
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    99164-19
    Dictature de Primo de Rivera (1923-1930). Miguel Primo de Rivera (1870-1930), général et homme politique espagnol, reçu par le roi Alphonse XIII d'Espagne (1886-1941) après son coup d'Etat. Espagne, 1923.
    © Iberfoto / Roger-Viollet
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    2929 x 3780 pixels (2469 Ko)

    © Iberfoto / Roger-Viollet
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    Dictature de Primo de Rivera (1923-1930). Miguel Primo de Rivera (1870-1930), général et homme d'Etat espagnol, et le roi Alphonse XIII d'Espagne (1886-1941), posant avec les membres du Directorio civil. A droite du roi : Martínez Anid et X. Debouts, de g. à dr. : Eduardo Aunós Pérez, Eduardo Callejo de la Cuesta, José Calvo Sotelo, Julio Ardanaz Crespo, Cornejo, Rafael Benjumea y Burín (conde de Guadalhorce) et José María Yanguas y Messía. Espagne, 1925.
    © Iberfoto / Roger-Viollet
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    5646 x 3519 pixels (7353 Ko)

    © Iberfoto / Roger-Viollet
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    Miguel de Unamuno (1864-1936), écrivain espagnol, exilé à cause de ses idées antimonarchistes de retour en Espagne et entouré d'étudiants après la chute du régime de Primo de Rivera. Madrid (Espagne), 6 mai 1930.
    © Imagno / Roger-Viollet
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    3543 x 2156 pixels (684 Ko)

    © Imagno / Roger-Viollet
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    L'entrevue Benito Mussolini-Miguel Primo de Rivera. Bande dessinée caricaturale de Roger Prat. "Le Rire", 15 décembre 1923.
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    2483 x 3280 pixels (1443 Ko)

    © Roger-Viollet
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    3904-14
    Transfer of powers from King Alfonso XIII of Spain (1886-1941) to General Miguel Primo de Rivera (1870-1930). Spain, 1923.
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    2904 x 3995 pixels (942 Ko)

    © Albert Harlingue / Roger-Viollet
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    5909-7
    28,000 Spanish Falangists marching in the streets of Madrid (Spain) with torches for the fifth anniversary of José Antonio Primo de Rivera's death. 1941.
    © Albert Harlingue / Roger-Viollet
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    3958 x 2729 pixels (1087 Ko)

    © Albert Harlingue / Roger-Viollet
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    5279-3
    General Francisco Franco leaving the Escurial palace after José Antonio Primo de Rivera's funeral (shot by the Republicans in 1936), followed by ministers and civil and military personalities.
    © Albert Harlingue / Roger-Viollet
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    4052 x 2767 pixels (861 Ko)

    © Albert Harlingue / Roger-Viollet
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    5279-11
    Spanish Civil War, 1936. The Falangist standard-bearers accompanying the laurel wreath put on the tomb of José Antonio Primo de Rivera (shot down by the Republicans in 1936) at the Escorial.
    © Albert Harlingue / Roger-Viollet
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    3946 x 2705 pixels (678 Ko)

    © Albert Harlingue / Roger-Viollet
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