bigger_chief wrote:Gen. Villabas
Sorry, but there are some mistakes here.
This is the man:
1) He is not "Villabas" but "Villalba": José Eduardo Villalba Rubio.
2) AFAIK, he was never a "general", his highest degree being that of "coronel" (though I may be wrong in this).
3) And he was not a "nationalist" commander, but a "republican" one (though he was deeply involved in the coup, he finally for some unknown reasons remained loyal to the government and fought all the war in the republican side, fleeing to France at the end of the war and returning to Spain in 1950, where he was tried, convicted and later pardoned).
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