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Salvador Seguí


Salvador Seguí

Salvador Seguí (1886 in Martínez Anido.[2][3] At this same shooting, another anarcho-syndicalist, Francesc Comes, known as Perones, was wounded and was to die several days later.

He has received many tributes since his death, and a foundation has been launched in his memory, the Fundación Salvador Seguí, based in Barcelona, Madrid and Valencia.

See also


  1. ^ Raymond Carr, Summary (2002). Modern Spain, 1875-1980. Oxford University Press.  
  2. ^ Daniel Guérin, (2006). No Gods, No Masters: An Anthology of Anarchism. AK PressPolitics.  
  3. ^ Various authors, (1999). Història de la cultura catalana. Edicions 62 (in Catalan). 

External links

  • Fundación Salvador Seguí (in Spanish)
  • Groupe anarchiste Salvador-Segui (in French)

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