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Francisco Franco Bahamonde (1892–1975) was a Spanish general who ruled over Spain as a dictator for 36 years from 1939 until his death. Franco proclaimed himself Head of State and Government under the title El Caudillo, a term similar to Il Duce (Italian) for Benito Mussolini and Der Führer (German) for Adolf Hitler. He restored the monarchy before his death, which made King Juan Carlos I his successor, who led the Spanish transition to democracy. After a referendum, a new constitution was adopted, which transformed Spain into a parliamentary democracy under a constitutional monarchy.
Portrait in right profile of Francisco Franco.
FRANCISCO FRANCO CAUDILLO DE ESPAÑA POR LA G.DE DIOS
Coat of arms of Spain with the Francoist eagle. Particular year is inside of the star.
UNA GRANDE LIBRE
UNA * * GRANDE * * LIBRE * *