Pedro Sainz Carlos Rodríguez (1897 in Madrid – 1986) was a Spanish writer, philologist, publisher and politician, an adviser to Infante Juan, Count of Barcelona and one of the main architects of the reign of Juan Carlos I of Spain and the Spanish transition to democracy. Within the wide coalition of right-wing opinion that was the early movement behind Francisco Franco he was the leading figure of the monarchist wing. In terms of character Sainz Rodríguez was noted for his quick wit, whilst physically he was known for his obesity.

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  • Pedro Sainz Rodríguez (Madrid, 1897 – 14 de desembre 1986), escriptor, filòleg, bibliògraf, editor i polític espanyol, conseller polític de Joan de Borbó i Battenberg i un dels principals artífexs del nomenament de Joan Carles I com a successor de Franco, i de la Segona Restauració. Les seves restes es troben en el cementiri de San Justo de Madrid. (ca)
  • Pedro Sainz Rodríguez (Madrid, 14 de enero de 1897 – Íd., 14 de diciembre de 1986)​ fue un erudito, bibliógrafo, editor, académico y político español, diputado en las Cortes de la II República, ministro de Educación Nacional en el primer gobierno de Franco, conspirador monárquico, exiliado a Portugal y consejero político de Juan de Borbón. (es)
  • Pedro Sainz Carlos Rodríguez (1897 in Madrid – 1986) was a Spanish writer, philologist, publisher and politician, an adviser to Infante Juan, Count of Barcelona and one of the main architects of the reign of Juan Carlos I of Spain and the Spanish transition to democracy. Within the wide coalition of right-wing opinion that was the early movement behind Francisco Franco he was the leading figure of the monarchist wing. In terms of character Sainz Rodríguez was noted for his quick wit, whilst physically he was known for his obesity. (en)
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  • Pedro Sainz Rodríguez (Madrid, 1897 – 14 de desembre 1986), escriptor, filòleg, bibliògraf, editor i polític espanyol, conseller polític de Joan de Borbó i Battenberg i un dels principals artífexs del nomenament de Joan Carles I com a successor de Franco, i de la Segona Restauració. Les seves restes es troben en el cementiri de San Justo de Madrid. (ca)
  • Pedro Sainz Rodríguez (Madrid, 14 de enero de 1897 – Íd., 14 de diciembre de 1986)​ fue un erudito, bibliógrafo, editor, académico y político español, diputado en las Cortes de la II República, ministro de Educación Nacional en el primer gobierno de Franco, conspirador monárquico, exiliado a Portugal y consejero político de Juan de Borbón. (es)
  • Pedro Sainz Carlos Rodríguez (1897 in Madrid – 1986) was a Spanish writer, philologist, publisher and politician, an adviser to Infante Juan, Count of Barcelona and one of the main architects of the reign of Juan Carlos I of Spain and the Spanish transition to democracy. Within the wide coalition of right-wing opinion that was the early movement behind Francisco Franco he was the leading figure of the monarchist wing. In terms of character Sainz Rodríguez was noted for his quick wit, whilst physically he was known for his obesity. (en)
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