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  1. Juan Prim, Spanish general and statesman. Painting by Antonio María Esquivel. Born in Reus on 6 December 1814, Prim was the son of lieutenant colonel Pablo Prim. He entered the free corps known as the tiradores de Isabel II and met his baptism of fire on 7 August 1834, during the First Carlist War, facing the Carlist party of Triaxet.

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  3. Juan Prim - Wikipedia

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    Juan Prim, Spanish general and statesman. Painting by Antonio María Esquivel. Born in Reus on 6 December 1814, Prim was the son of lieutenant colonel Pablo Prim. He entered the free corps known as the tiradores de Isabel II and met his baptism of fire on 7 August 1834, during the First Carlist War, facing the Carlist party of Triaxet.

  4. Juan Prim, (born December 6, 1814, Reus, Spain—died December 30, 1870, Madrid), Spanish military leader and political figure who played an important role in the Revolution of 1868 that resulted in the dethronement of Isabella II, the Bourbon Spanish queen.

  5. Juan Prim - Wikipedia, la enciclopedia libre

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    Biografía de Juan Prim, militar y político liberal español del siglo XIX que fue presidente del Consejo de Ministros y líder de la Unión Liberal. Conoce su trayectoria militar en la primera guerra carlista y la guerra de África, su papel en la Revolución de 1868, su muerte asesinada y sus distinciones.

  6. Juan Prim - Wikiwand

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    Juan Prim y Prats, 1st Count of Reus, 1st Marquis of los Castillejos, 1st Viscount of Bruch ( Spanish pronunciation: [ˈxwam ˈpɾin i ˈpɾats]; Catalan: Joan Prim i Prats [ʒuˈam ˈpɾim i ˈpɾats]; 6 December 1814 – 30 December 1870) was a Spanish general and statesman who was briefly Prime Minister of Spain until his assassination. The ...

  7. Family tree of Juan Prim - Geneastar

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    Family tree of Juan Prim. Spanish and Portuguese politician. Born Juan Prim y Prats. Spanish general and statesman. Born on December 6, 1814 in Reus , Spain. Died on December 30, 1870 in Madrid , Spain. Born on December 06 50. Deceased on December 30 43. Born on Spain 88.

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  8. Revolution of 1868 | Spanish history | Britannica

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    Prim. In Juan Prim. …an important role in the Revolution of 1868 that resulted in the dethronement of Isabella II, the Bourbon Spanish queen. Read More. Serrano y Domínguez. In Francisco Serrano y Domínguez, duke de la Torre. …an important part in the Revolution of 1868, which dethroned the Bourbon Spanish queen Isabella II. Read More ...

  9. Prim, Juan | Encyclopedia.com

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    Juan Prim (hwän prēm), 1814–70, Spanish general and statesman. A Catalan officer, he fought for Isabella II against the Carlists and became one of the chief factional leaders in the fierce political rivalry of Isabella's reign, opposing at different times both Espartero and Gen. Ramón M. Narváez. He became (1847) governor-general of ...

  10. Juan Prim, 8 octobre 1868 - Henri Regnault | Musée d'Orsay

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    Rez-de-chaussée, Salle 24. Display the map. Artworks in the same room. Other artworks from artist. While travelling in Spain in 1868, Regnault witnessed the revolution that brought the reign of Isabella II to an end, and saw the return of the revolutionary general Juan Prim (1814-1870) in Madrid.

  11. About: Juan Prim - DBpedia Association

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    Juan Prim y Prats, 1st Count of Reus, 1st Marquis of los Castillejos, 1st Viscount of Bruch (Spanish pronunciation: [ˈxwam ˈpɾim i ˈpɾats]; Catalan: Joan Prim i Prats [ʒuˈam ˈpɾim i ˈpɾats]; 6 December 1814 – 30 December 1870) was a Spanish general and statesman who was briefly Prime Minister of Spain until his assassination.