Frederica Montseny i Mañé (Catalan: ; 1905–1994) was a Spanish anarchist and intellectual who served as Minister of Health and Social Assistance in the Government of the Spanish Republic during the Civil War.
Montseny, Federica (1905–1994) Anarchist leader, feminist, novelist, and writer on social issues, who became minister of health in the Republic during the Spanish Civil War, the first woman to hold a ministerial post in Spanish history. Name variations: Frederica Montseny y Mañé.
Federica Montseny Mañé ( Madrid, 12 de febrero de 1905 - Toulouse, 14 de enero de 1994) fue una política, sindicalista anarquista y escritora española, ministra de Sanidad durante la Segunda República, siendo la primera mujer en ocupar un cargo ministerial en España y una de las primeras en Europa occidental.
Federica Montseny b. 1905, Madrid; d. 1994, Toulouse, France Federica Montseny, anarchist, writer, and the first Spanish woman to hold a cabinet post, was introduced to radical political ideas at an early age. Her parents edited the anarchist journal La Revista Blanca and later ran their own publishing company.
Montseny i Mañé, Federica. Madrid, 12.II.1905 – Tolosa del Llenguadoc (Francia), 14.I.1993. Periodista y dirigente anarquista; primera mujer que accedió a una cartera ministerial en el Estado español. Su nacimiento coincidió con el fin de la etapa madrileña de La Revista Blanca, la publicación que promovían sus padres, ambos conocidos ...
Federica Montseny, now seventy-one, has resided longer in France than she lived in her homeland of Spain. She writes and speaks with equal facility in French, in Spanish, and in Catalan.
Frederica Montseny i Mañé ( Catalan: [munˈsɛɲ]; 1905–1994) was a Spanish anarchist and intellectual who served as Minister of Health and Social Assistance in the Government of the Spanish Republic during the Civil War. She is known as a novelist and essayist and for being one of the first female ministers in Western Europe. Part of a series on
On February 12, 1905 in Madrid, Federica Montseny Mane was born into one of the most influential families in the history of the Spanish Anarchists. As the daughhter of Federico Urales (a.k.a. Juan Montseny) and Teresa Mane (a.k.a. Soledad Gustavo), she practically inherited the anarchist tradition that was prominent in her family.
Federica Montseny, the first woman to serve as a Cabinet minister in Spain, where she secured passage of a law in 1937 allowing women to have abortions, died on Jan. 14 in Toulouse, France, where ...