Rafael Sánchez Mazas (February 18, 1894 – October 1966) was a Spanish nationalist writer and a leader of the Falange, a right-wing political movement created in Spain before the Spanish Civil War. Sánchez Mazas received a law degree at the Real Colegio de Estudios Superiores de María Cristina, El Escorial and in 1915 published Pequeñas memorias de Tarín. He then wrote for the magazine Hermes and the newspapers ABC, El Sol and El Pueblo Vasco. His work brought him to Morocco in 1921 (for El Pueblo Vasco) and Rome in 1922 (for ABC). He lived in Italy for seven years and married Liliana Ferlosio. While there he identified with the developing fascist movement.

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  • Rafael Sánchez Mazas (Madrid, 18 de febrero de 1894 - Ibíd. 18 de octubre de 1966) fue un periodista, novelista, escritor, ensayista, conocido por ser miembro fundador del partido Falange Española e inventor de la consigna ¡Arriba España!. (es)
  • Rafael Sánchez Mazas, né à Madrid le 18 février 1894 et mort à Madrid le 18 octobre 1966 (à 72 ans), est un écrivain, journaliste, essayiste espagnol, leader fondateur de la Phalange, un mouvement politique d'extrême droite créé en Espagne avant la Guerre d'Espagne. En plus de sa carrière de journaliste et d'écrivain, il est également ministre sans portefeuille dans le deuxième gouvernement de Franco entre 1939 et 1940. (fr)
  • Rafael Sánchez Mazas (February 18, 1894 – October 1966) was a Spanish nationalist writer and a leader of the Falange, a right-wing political movement created in Spain before the Spanish Civil War. Sánchez Mazas received a law degree at the Real Colegio de Estudios Superiores de María Cristina, El Escorial and in 1915 published Pequeñas memorias de Tarín. He then wrote for the magazine Hermes and the newspapers ABC, El Sol and El Pueblo Vasco. His work brought him to Morocco in 1921 (for El Pueblo Vasco) and Rome in 1922 (for ABC). He lived in Italy for seven years and married Liliana Ferlosio. While there he identified with the developing fascist movement. Returning to Spain in 1929, he became an advisor for José Antonio Primo de Rivera, the main ideologist of the Falange. In 1933, he helped to create the weekly newspaper El Fascio, which was banned by the authorities after its second issue was published. After the creation of Falange Española on October 29, 1933, Sánchez Mazas was appointed a member of the Council, and he remained an active member up until the breakout of the Civil War (July 1936-April 1939). In February 1934, he wrote Oración por los muertos de Falange. He also co-wrote Cara al Sol, the anthem of Falange Española. Sánchez Mazas was arrested and imprisoned in Madrid in March 1936, as the Falange was outlawed. He was given a short leave on the occasion of the birth of his fourth son, but he failed to report back and instead took up political asylum at the Chilean Embassy in Madrid. In 1937 he attempted to flee the country, but was arrested in Barcelona in November. Confined in the prison-ship Uruguay until January 24, 1939, he was taken for execution with about fifty other inmates to the Monastery of Santa Maria del Collell in Girona. The execution was carried out on January 30, but as the squad fired at the prisoners Sánchez Mazas leapt out of the group and escaped into the forest. A manhunt was organised and he was found hiding under some bushes shortly after. However, the Republican soldier who found him decided not to report him and spared his life. After a few days he joined the Nationalist lines. (en)
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  • Rafael Sánchez Mazas (Madrid, 18 de febrero de 1894 - Ibíd. 18 de octubre de 1966) fue un periodista, novelista, escritor, ensayista, conocido por ser miembro fundador del partido Falange Española e inventor de la consigna ¡Arriba España!. (es)
  • Rafael Sánchez Mazas, né à Madrid le 18 février 1894 et mort à Madrid le 18 octobre 1966 (à 72 ans), est un écrivain, journaliste, essayiste espagnol, leader fondateur de la Phalange, un mouvement politique d'extrême droite créé en Espagne avant la Guerre d'Espagne. En plus de sa carrière de journaliste et d'écrivain, il est également ministre sans portefeuille dans le deuxième gouvernement de Franco entre 1939 et 1940. (fr)
  • Rafael Sánchez Mazas (February 18, 1894 – October 1966) was a Spanish nationalist writer and a leader of the Falange, a right-wing political movement created in Spain before the Spanish Civil War. Sánchez Mazas received a law degree at the Real Colegio de Estudios Superiores de María Cristina, El Escorial and in 1915 published Pequeñas memorias de Tarín. He then wrote for the magazine Hermes and the newspapers ABC, El Sol and El Pueblo Vasco. His work brought him to Morocco in 1921 (for El Pueblo Vasco) and Rome in 1922 (for ABC). He lived in Italy for seven years and married Liliana Ferlosio. While there he identified with the developing fascist movement. (en)
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