Nicolás Salmerón y Alonso Salmerón y Alonso, Nicolás. Alhama de Almería (Almería), 10.IV.1838 – Pau (Francia), 20.IX.1908. Catedrático de Metafísica, presidente de la Primera República.
Nicolás Salmerón Alonso (10 April 1838 – 21 September 1908) was a Spanish politician, president of the First Spanish Republic . Biography He was born at Alhama la Seca in the province of Almería, was educated at Granada and became assistant professor of literature and philosophy at Madrid.
Nicolás Salmerón Alonso ( Alhama la Seca, 10 de abril de 1838- Pau, 20 de septiembre de 1908) fue un político, abogado y filósofo español, presidente del Poder Ejecutivo de la Primera República durante mes y medio en 1873. Renunció a la presidencia de la Primera República alegando problemas de conciencia ante la firma de unas condenas a muerte.
Nicolás Salmerón y Alonso (nēkōläs´ sälmārōn´ ē älōn´sō), 1838–1908, Spanish statesman and philosopher. A professor at Oviedo and Madrid universities and a convinced republican, he became, after the expulsion (1868) of Isabella II, a member of the revolutionary junta, of the constituent assembly (1869), and of the Cortes (1871).
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Nicolas Salmeron y Alonso (Alhama la eca, 1837 – Pau France, 1908) was a republican, university professor, president of the I Spanish Republic and a man of profound moral and ethical convictions.
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