Francisco Franco

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This name uises Spaingie namin customs; the first or paternal faimily name is Franco an the seicont or maternal faimily name is Bahamonde.

Francisco Franco
Francisco Franco en 1964.jpg
Caudillo o Spain
In office
1 October 1938 – 20 November 1975
Precedit biMiguel Cabanellas
as Preses o the Technical State Junta o the Naitionalist side
José Miaja
as Preses o the Defence Cooncil o the Republican side
Succeedit biRodríguez de Valcárcel
as Preses o the Regency
Juan Carlos I
as Keeng o Spain
Preses o the Govrenment o Spain
In office
30 January 1938 – 8 June 1973
Vice PresesFrancisco Gómez-Jordana
Agustín Muñoz Grandes
Luis Carrero Blanco
Precedit biFrancisco Gómez-Jordana
as Preses o the Technical State Junta o the Naitionalist side
José Miaja
as Preses o the Defence Cooncil o the Republican side
Succeedit biLuis Carrero Blanco
Personal details
BornFrancisco Franco Bahamonde
4 December 1892(1892-12-04)
Ferrol, Spain
Dee'd20 November 1975(1975-11-20) (aged 82)
Madrid, Spain
Restin placeValle de los Caídos, Spain
40°38′31″N 4°09′19″W / 40.641944°N 4.155278°W / 40.641944; -4.155278
NaitionalitySpainyie
Poleetical pairtyFalange Española Tradicionalista y de las JONS
Spoose(s)Carmen Polo
BairnsMaría del Carmen
ResidenceEl Pardo, Madrid
Alma materInfantry Academy o Toledo
ReligionRoman Catholicism
Signatur
Militar service
AllegianceSpain Kinrick o Spain (1907–1931)
Seicont Spaingie Republic Seicont Spainyie Republic (1931–1936)
Francoist Spain Francoist Spain (1936–1975)
Service/branchCoat of arms of Spain (1945–1977).svg Spainyie Airmed Forces
Years o service1907–1975
RankVintagedivi1.png Chief o the General Staff
CommandsAw (Generalissimo)
Battles/warsRif War (WIA)
Spaingie Ceevil War
Ifni War

Francisco Franco Bahamonde (Spaingie pronunciation: [fɾanˈθisko ˈfɾaŋko βa.aˈmonde]; December 4, 1892 – November 20, 1975) wis a Spaingie general an the dictator o Spain frae 1939 till his daith in 1975.