Ángel Alcázar de Velasco

Ángel Alcázar de Velasco (Mondéjar, 1909 – Galapagar, 2001) was an apprentice bullfighter, Falangist, journalist, paranormal investigator and spy.His origins are humble. He got a degree in Philosophy from the University of Salamanca in 1932. He was a falangist from the beginning, and was awarded with the Palma de Plata by José Antonio Primo de Rivera in 1934. During those years, he was a journalist in the Falangist press and in the newspaper La Nación. He travelled as a correspondent to places like Ethiopia (during the Second Italo-Abyssinian War), where he met the German Whilhelm Oberbeil. Oberbeil was the one who introduced him to the Abwehr, a German military intelligence (information gathering) organization, in Berlin in 1935. At the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War, he was a prisoner in Larrínaga, Bilbao, but he succeeded in escaping. He get missed 11/03/2001 in locality and found dead a month later

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How would Ángel Alcázar de Velasco be described?

Ángel Alcázar de Velasco would be described as Spanish journalist.

What is the occupation of Ángel Alcázar de Velasco?

Ángel Alcázar de Velasco is or was occupied as Journalist, Spy.

When died Ángel Alcázar de Velasco?

Ángel Alcázar de Velasco died 2001.

When was Ángel Alcázar de Velasco born?

Ángel Alcázar de Velasco was born on 1909.

What is Ángel Alcázar de Velasco subject of?

Ángel Alcázar de Velasco is subject of Spanish journalists, Spies, 1909 births, 2001 deaths, Spanish Falangists, University of Salamanca alumni and People from the Province of Guadalajara.

When died Ángel Alcázar de Velasco?

Ángel Alcázar de Velasco died 2001.

What is the gender of Ángel Alcázar de Velasco?

Ángel Alcázar de Velasco is male.