José López Domínguez (1829 - 1911) MP

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Birthplace: Marbella, Malaga, Andalusia, Spain
Death: Died in Madrid, Community of Madrid, Madrid, Spain
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  • José López Domíngue... ; José López Domínguez (1829-1911), military and Spanish politician, the government's president (1906).He was Born in the town malagueña of Marbella, November 29, 1829. Son of military and nephew of Francisco Serrano, general future and duke of the Tower, entered in the Army in 1845. Ascended five years later to lieutenant, it was dedicated to Seville, where in 1854 it was added to the general Leopoldo's pronouncement O'Donnell known as the Vicalvarada.
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  • biografiasyvidas... ; (Marbella, 1829 - Madrid, 1911) Militar y político español. Inició los estudios militares en 1845 en la Academia de Artillería, de la que salió en 1850 con el grado de teniente, con destino en Sevilla. Fue durante ese destino, en 1854, cuando se produjo la sublevación de O'Donnell, en la que participó José López Domínguez, por lo que, al triunfar este movimiento, fue ascendido al grado de comandante.

Formó parte de la expedición española comisionada como observadora en la Guerra de Crimea. Se incorporó como asistente en el cuartel general del ejército expedicionario francés y asistió a numerosas batallas de ese conflicto, incluido el asedio a Sebastopol. Hasta el fin del gobierno de O’Donnell estuvo como agregado militar en la embajada española de París. Tras esto fue nuevamente comisionado por el gobierno para observar la campaña sostenida contra el imperio Austro-Húngaro por la unificación de Italia.

Ascendido a comandante de caballería, tomó parte en las batallas de Castillejos, Tetuán y Wad-Ras, obteniendo una Cruz de San Fernando y el ascenso a coronel por méritos de guerra. A su regreso fue elegido dos veces diputado a Cortes por la circunscripción electoral de Coín, en Málaga, por la Unión Liberal. Bajo las órdenes del general Serrano participó en la batalla de Alcolea. Fue ayudante, con el rango de mariscal de campo, del rey Amadeo de Saboya durante su breve reinado.

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(Marbella, 1829 - Madrid, 1911) Spanish military and political. He began military studies in 1845 at the Academy of Artillery, which came out in 1850 with the rank of lieutenant, stationed in Seville. It was during that fate, in 1854, when O'Donnell was the uprising, which took José López Domínguez, so that, by winning this movement, was promoted to the rank of commander.

He was part of the Spanish expedition commissioned as an observer in the Crimean War. He joined as an assistant at the headquarters of the French expeditionary army and attended numerous battles of that conflict, including the siege of Sebastopol. Until the end of government as a military O'Donnell was in the Spanish embassy in Paris. After this he was again commissioned by the government to observe the sustained campaign against the Austro-Hungarian Empire by the unification of Italy.

Promoted to commander of cavalry, took part in the battles of Castillejos, Tetuan and Wad-Ras, obtaining a Cross of San Fernando and promotion to colonel by war merits. On his return he was twice elected Member of Parliament for the constituency of Coin, Malaga, by the Liberal Union. Under the command of General Serrano participated in the battle of Alcolea. He was an assistant with the rank of Field Marshal, King Amadeo of Savoy during his brief reign.

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José López Domínguez, Presidente del Consejo de Ministros's Timeline

1829
November 29, 1829
Marbella, Malaga, Andalusia, Spain
1911
October 17, 1911
Age 81
Madrid, Community of Madrid, Madrid, Spain