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Wednesday, March 18

Victoria Kent

Victoria Kent (Malaga, 1898 - New York , 1987) was a Spanish lawyer and a republican politician. She became a member of the first Parliament of theSecond Sapanish Republic in 1931. That same year, the President of the Republic, Niceto Alcalá-Zamora, appointed her Director General of Prisons, a post she held until 1934, and she actively continued the reforms in the prison service that had been started by Concepción Areal. After the Spanish Civil War, Victoria Kent went into exile. In New York she published the Iberian review from 1954 to 1974 . News for Spanish people exiled in the United States came out in this publication.
ADRIÁN SUÁREZ CASTRO 2ºA

2 Comments:

Anonymous Teacher said...

I think we all can understand the general meaning, but there are some puzzling sentences.
You should revise the article and remove the hyperlinks.

10:59  
Anonymous Teacher said...

Well done!

20:24  

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