Juan de la Cierva y Peñafiel (Mula, Murcia, March 11, 1864 - January 11, 1938, Madrid) was a Spanish politician and lawyer, who served during the reign of Alfonso XIII as Minister of Public Instruction and Fine Arts, of the Interior, of War, and of Finance and Development, and in the last government of the monarchy as Minister of Development. Cierva was the son of lawyer and notary public Juan de la Cierva y Soto, from Murcia. He married a daughter of the banker Eleuterio Peñafiel, who was active between 1860 and 1890.

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  • Para otras entradas de Juan de la Cierva (desambiguación)Juan de la Cierva y Peñafiel (Mula, 11 de marzo de 1864-Madrid, 11 de enero de 1938) fue un abogado y político español, ministro de Instrucción Pública y Bellas Artes, de Gobernación, de Guerra, de Hacienda y de Fomento durante el periodo constitucional del reinado de Alfonso XIII y, nuevamente ministro de Fomento en el último gobierno de la monarquía alfonsina. (es)
  • Juan de la Cierva y Peñafiel (* Mula, 11 mars 1864 - † Madrid, 11 janvier 1938) était un avocat et homme politique espagnol. Il fut ministre de l'Instruction publique et des Beaux-Arts, de l'Intérieur, de la Guerre, du Budget et de l'Équipement durant le règne d'Alphonse XIII, puis de nouveau ministre du Développement durant la dictature de Primo de Rivera. (fr)
  • Juan de la Cierva y Peñafiel (Mula, Murcia, March 11, 1864 - January 11, 1938, Madrid) was a Spanish politician and lawyer, who served during the reign of Alfonso XIII as Minister of Public Instruction and Fine Arts, of the Interior, of War, and of Finance and Development, and in the last government of the monarchy as Minister of Development. Cierva was the son of lawyer and notary public Juan de la Cierva y Soto, from Murcia. He married a daughter of the banker Eleuterio Peñafiel, who was active between 1860 and 1890. He graduated in law from the University of Madrid, beginning his political career with the Spanish Partido Liberal-Conservador (English: "Liberal-Conservative Party") as a councillor in 1895, and became the Mayor of Murcia and provincial leader of the Conservatives. In 1896, he was given writ to stand as a deputy congressman for the region of his birth, but failed to be elected. On the next occasion he was elected as an Independent politician, and was continually re-elected from 1923 to 1927. He was commissioned into the Spanish Civil War as the commander of Madrid, but because of his political views was forced on pain of death to take sanctuary in the embassy of Norway. Because there was no medicine there, and such a deprivation of provisions, his health never recovered, and he died there on January 11, 1938. (en)
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  • Para otras entradas de Juan de la Cierva (desambiguación)Juan de la Cierva y Peñafiel (Mula, 11 de marzo de 1864-Madrid, 11 de enero de 1938) fue un abogado y político español, ministro de Instrucción Pública y Bellas Artes, de Gobernación, de Guerra, de Hacienda y de Fomento durante el periodo constitucional del reinado de Alfonso XIII y, nuevamente ministro de Fomento en el último gobierno de la monarquía alfonsina. (es)
  • Juan de la Cierva y Peñafiel (* Mula, 11 mars 1864 - † Madrid, 11 janvier 1938) était un avocat et homme politique espagnol. Il fut ministre de l'Instruction publique et des Beaux-Arts, de l'Intérieur, de la Guerre, du Budget et de l'Équipement durant le règne d'Alphonse XIII, puis de nouveau ministre du Développement durant la dictature de Primo de Rivera. (fr)
  • Juan de la Cierva y Peñafiel (Mula, Murcia, March 11, 1864 - January 11, 1938, Madrid) was a Spanish politician and lawyer, who served during the reign of Alfonso XIII as Minister of Public Instruction and Fine Arts, of the Interior, of War, and of Finance and Development, and in the last government of the monarchy as Minister of Development. Cierva was the son of lawyer and notary public Juan de la Cierva y Soto, from Murcia. He married a daughter of the banker Eleuterio Peñafiel, who was active between 1860 and 1890. (en)
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