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15:00

LifeStyle

5 February 1985: The Gibraltar-Spain border fully reopens

Alekk M. SAanders

...unhindered to visit family members on either side of the divide. In 1954, Spain began to impose various additional restrictions in response to news that Queen Elizabeth II would visit the Rock. Gibraltar was effectively isolated by Francisco Franco when he

16:02

LifeStyle

From history teaching to historical memory

Debbie Bartlett

...imposed by Covid-19. In a way, Margarita has always been quite a pioneer. When she first went to university, Franco was still alive and the subjects she chose - History and Geography - were unusual for women at the time. There were still many ... instrumental in locating his body and ensuring that he was buried with dignity. She still recalls her grandmother's pain at the loss of her brother. Another great-uncle was recruited by Franco's troops and died after being sent to the front. The family have ... Gibraltar border by Franco was portrayed in the Spanish, Gibraltarian and English press. It was while chatting to colleagues in the archive that the idea was proposed of forming an association to manage and promote the Casa de la Memoria, raise awareness of

14:02

National

Spain bans 8-M International Women's Day demonstrations in Madrid

MELCHOR SÁIZ-PARDO / ÁLVARO SOTO

Manuel Franco, had been willing to authorise demonstrations of fewer than 500 people but on Thursday 4 March, he said, “A decision has been taken to prohibit, for public health reasons, all the demonstrations and gatherings organised, at a time when the

16:24

LifeStyle

A street in Álora, in Denmark

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

...extent, as Calle Alemania. That name dates back to the Spanish Civil War, because the government of Francisco Franco gave some streets the names of fascist countries, such as Germany or Italy. The change back to the original names was carried out during

14:23

LifeStyle

20 November 1975: The death of General Francisco Franco

Jennie Rhodes

On 20 November 1975, Spain's military dictator, General Francisco Franco, died aged 82 in Madrid. On 19 July 1974, Franco fell ill from various health problems, and Juan Carlos I took over as acting head of state. Franco recovered and on 2 ... September he resumed his duties as head of state. A year later he fell ill again, afflicted with further health problems, including a long battle with Parkinson's disease. Franco's last public appearance was on 1 October 1975 when he gave a speech to ... claimed that he had been told around 6pm on 19 November that Franco had already died. Juan Carlos was proclaimed King two days later. Franco's funeral took place on 23 November and his body was interred at Valle de los Caídos, a memorial built by the

15:14

National

Family of Franco to hand over historic house 'for time being'

M. E. ALONSO

The grandchildren of late dictator General Franco have agreed to "provisionally" hand over to the State the running of a country mansion in Galicia which they inherited. The Pazo de Meirás estate was a favourite home of Franco but its ownership is ... highly controversial. The family says Franco legally acquired it in 1941. A court sentence recently said that the historic house really belonged to the government. The grandchildren have always argued that it was a gift to Franco as a private

12:14

Gibraltar

Tributes paid to one of Gib's 'national treasures'

Debbie Bartlett

...experienced the evacuation of the Rock during WWII and the years when Franco closed the border and tried to bring Gibraltar to its knees. A much-loved member of the community, she will be sadly missed.

19:08

What to do

The Brigitte Bardot treasure that turned up in an auction

FRANCISCO GRIÑÁN

Moonlight' (1957), one of those foreign films that found an easy passport to post-war Spain when the Franco regime wanted to show the world its apparent openness. The whole history of this film, as well as the iconic BB, was there on a French auction website,

11:38

Local

Pasaje Begoña in Torremolinos, now a Place of Tourist Interest

alberto gómez

Almost fifty years after it was raided by police and some 139 people were arrested, Pasaje Begoña in Torremolinos, a passageway of mostly bars that had become a refuge for the LGBT+ community during the Franco dictatorship, has been declared a Place

12:39

LifeStyle

26 February 1981: Leopoldo Calvo Sotelo becomes Spanish PM

Debbie Bartlett

Primo de Rivera, was assassinated in the run-up to the Spanish Civil War. Leopoldo, who had a degree in civil engineering, had previously been the president of the national railway company Renfe, among other appointments. Following the death of Franco