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  Dolores Ibarruri, La Pasionaria
La Dolores de sus comienzos combativos era una mujer del pueblo que convertía la realidad de su condición obrera en conciencia de clase y estaba dotada para decirlo con palabras y acciones que fueran entendidas por el pueblo.
A Dolores te la crees por su simple estar y por eso es ante todo una creencia popular de los que presenciaron su arrojo en las luchas sociales de la preguerra, su papel de símbolo moral durante la guerra civil y su posterior gravitación sobre la dramática historia del Partido Comunista de España.
Dolores plantea este libro como un espejo en el que pueden mirarse casi todos los comunistas desgajados o no de la historia del partido concebida como algo que viene de lejos y va más lejos.
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 Biografia de Dolores Ibárruri [La Pasionaria]
Nacida en una familia minera conservadora, Dolores Ibárruri se interesó por la lucha obrera bajo la influencia de su marido, un militante socialista con el que se casó en 1915.
Desde que pasó a la acción con motivo de la huelga general revolucionaria de 1917, Dolores Ibárruri fue adquiriendo prestigio como oradora y articulista política, a pesar de que había interrumpido muy pronto su formación escolar para ponerse a trabajar como sirvienta.
Dolores Ibárruri regresó a España tras la muerte de Franco y la transición a la democracia, resultando elegida de nuevo diputada por Asturias (1977).
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 Francesca Patai - 'La Pasionaria' - Dolores Ibarurri (1895-1989)
Dolores Ibarurri's long life - as revolutionary political theorist, champion for the emancipation of women, organizer of the disenfranchised, Spanish Communist Party leader, world-renowned embodiment of resistance to tyranny - is central to the history of Spain and to anti-fascist fights internationally.
Dolores and the women's collectives stressed that a free society was impossible unless women re-defined their own priorities and status.
Dolores Ibarruri demonstrates that, through socialism and with solidarity, women of different cultures, ideologies, and classes can unite to achieve emancipation and universal social justice.
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 Highbeam Encyclopedia - Search Results for Ibarruri, Dolores   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Dolores Ibarruri, "Pasionaria" hero of Civil War of Spain.
Dolores IBARURRI known as La Passionaria taken during the Civil war, seen here receiving the title of honorary Commander of the 5th Regiment.
(Dolores Ibárruri, activista política española, homenajeada en el centenario de su nacimiento)(TT: 'Pasionaria's' centenary) (TA: Dolores Ibárruri, Spanish political activist, is payed homage on her the centenary of her birth)
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 DOLORES IBARRURI, 'LA PASIONARIA,' SPANISH CIVIL WAR RESISTANCE LEADER   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Known by her nom de guerre, ''La Pasionaria'' (Passion Flower), Ibarruri won fame for galvanizing resistance during the war and later as leader of the Communist Party (PCE) during 38 years of exile in the Soviet Union.
Ibarruri was a pillar of the PCE during her exile in Moscow and she was welcomed as a heroine on her return to Spain in 1977 when, two years after Franco's death, the party was legalized.
Ibarruri traced her political radicalization to poverty which thwarted her wish to become a schoolteacher.
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 Dolores Ibárruri - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Dolores Ibárruri Gómez, also known as La Pasionaria (the passion flower) (December 9, 1895–November 12, 1989) was a Spanish political leader.
Ibárruri died of pneumonia at the age of 93 in Madrid.
Dolores Ibárruri: Speeches and Articles 1936-1938, New York, 1938.
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 SIGLOXX
G"Antes morir de pie que vivir de rodillas"; con esta frase, la dirigente comunista Dolores Ibárruri encendió la voluntad de sus seguidores para resistir la insurrección militar que, en julio de 1936, dio origen a la guerra civil española.
Dolores Ibárruri, conocida mundialmente como la Pasionaria, nació en Gallarta, cerca de la ciudad española de Bilbao, el 9 de diciembre de 1895.
Dolores Ibárruri volvió a España en mayo de 1977, y fue elegida para el nuevo parlamento democrático.
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 DOLORES IBÁRRURI PASIONARIA Y EL MUNDO
Nada más falso, pues fue Dolores Ibárruri quien con su ejemplo vital se granjeó la simpatía de muchos españoles que, situados en el bando nacional, la veían como una mística, muy cercana al sentir del pueblo.
Dolores Ibárruri no traicionó jamás a ningún camarada del Partido; fue ella quien en algún momento se pudo notar sola en medio de las críticas de algunos camaradas.
Recordemos que Dolores Ibárruri era una mujer que para la época significó una precursora del movimiento feminista y del papel vitalizador que cumple la mujer hoy en día en el mundo del trabajo.
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 30174. Ibarruri (La Pasionaria), Dolores. The Columbia World of Quotations. 1996 (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.isi.jhu.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
It is better to die on your feet than to live on your knees!
Dolores Ibarruri (La Pasionaria) (1895–1989), Spanish Communist leader.
In her autobiography (1966), Ibarruri stated that she had first used the words in an earlier broadcast in Spain, July 18.
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 Dolores Ibarruri, la Pasionaria
Dolores Ibarruri nace en 1895 en Gallarta, Vizcaya, en el seno de una familia pobre y numerosa.
Vestida de negro siempre, Dolores aprendió costura y fue una verdadera adicta a la lectura, por lo que adquirió una importante preparación, gracias a la cual pudo llegar muy alto.
Durante años, Dolores había mantenido un amorío con Francisco Antón, quien peetenecía al partido y era dicisiete años menor que ella.
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 Dolores Ibarruri (Pasionaria) (via CobWeb/3.1 planetlab2.isi.jhu.edu)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
To the severe, masculine atmosphere of the Politburo, excessively dominated by the rule-book, the presence of Dolores brought warmth, joy, a sense of humour or of passionate anger.
Dolores Ibarruri rose from her seat behind a big mahogany desk, and came forward to greet me. She had a matronly but magnificent figure, and bore herself with that unselfconscious nobility and dignity that is so characteristic of certain
This expressive gift abides in Dolores' voice throughout, in her slightest remark as in the great sweeping statements, with the result that it is impossible to disbelieve anything she says while she is actually saying it.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk.cob-web.org:8888 /SPibarruri.htm   (3045 words)

  
 MIA - Section française: Dolores Ibárruri (biographie)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Durant la guerre, Ibarruri sera étroitement associée aux diverses opérations des services soviétiques contre le POUM ou Largo Caballero.
Après la défaite républicaine, Ibarruri trouva refuge en U.R.S.S. où son fils, Ruben, mourut lors de la bataille de Stalingrad (1942).
Ibarruri revint en Espagne après la mort de Franco (1977) et fut de nouveau élue député.
www.marxists.org /francais/bios/ibarurri.htm   (210 words)

  
 Francesca Patai, 'La Pasionaria' - Dolores Ibarurri
Dolores Ibarurri's long life—as revolutionary political theorist, champion for the emancipation of women, organizer of the disenfranchised, Spanish Communist Party leader, world-renowned embodiment of resistance to tyranny—is central to the history of Spain and to anti-fascist fights internationally.
All we could think of was that the Fascists were going to enter the city … We had no food, no wood … nothing … Then Dolores shouted, ‘No pasaran!’ She told it to the soldiers, to the rear guard, to everyone.
Confident of the eventual fall of the dictatorship, she co-founded the Women's Democratic Movement, as support for women to assume decision-making roles in Spain's re-birth and future progress—an inevitability she viewed as a continuously evolving process.
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 Dolores Ibarruri, RIP - obituary National Review - Find Articles
THIS WAS a particularly fitting historical moment for Dolores Ibarruri to pass from the midst of the living at age 93.
As Finance Minister Calvo Sotelo addressed the Cortes, Comrade Ibarruri screamed, "This is your last speech." Almost immediately Calvo Sotelo was kidnapped and murdered by Communist gunmen.
Dolores Ibarruri was a founder of the Spanish Communist Party.
www.findarticles.com /p/articles/mi_m1282/is_n23_v41/ai_8185753   (312 words)

  
 Channeling Durrati: Dolores Ibarruri - La Pasionaria
Born in desperate poverty in Gallarta, Spain, on the 9th of December, 1895, Dolores Ibarruri matured to become one of the finest orators of her time.
To an ordinary American journalist in the front row of the hall it seemed that she was asking these people to stop being Communists altogether, at least until the war was won.
The genius of Dolores - her unquestionable genius as a speaker, the most remarkable I ever heard - worked upon them its customary miracle, and she had the whole audience cheering with enthusiasm when she finished." - La Pasionaria "Passion's Flower".
channelingdurrati.blogspot.com /2006/02/dolores-ibarruri-la-pasionaria.html   (1529 words)

  
 The Quotable Woman
Included among the portraits are such women as Dolores Huerta, Gabriela Mistral, Saint Teresa of Avila, Emilia Pardo Bazan, Dolores Ibarruri, Queen Isabella, Sor Juana Inez de la Cruz, and others.
Bringing these women to life informs the audience of those contributions by utilizing monologues made up of the women's own words and representing the kernel of what they stood for and what their contributions were.
For example, Dolores Ibarruri, known to her compatriots as La Pasionaria (passion flower), galvanized her people to action during the Spanish Civil War.
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 Dolores Ibarruri, la Pasionaria, según Montalban
Las Memorias de Dolores son extraordinarias para constatar ese medio social que la hizo a la vez posible e imposible, como una excepción que confirmaba la regla de una clase social condenada al silencio y a la resignación de sus mujeres.
    Creo, sinceramente, que a Dolores le iba admirablemente la tarea de ponerse al frente de las masas, de vivir sus vidas, de darles voz, pero que le venía ancha la responsabilidad de dirigir aquel partido en tal difícil situación aplastada, además, por las consecuencias emocionales de la muerte de su hijo en Stalingrado.
Desde una moral de monjas ursulinas descalificaron una historia de amor probablemente avanzada a su tiempo y que costaría más cara a Dolores que al propio Antón.
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 Dolores Ibarruri (Pasionaria)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
Certainly, where tactics were concerned, she could sometimes go too far, carried away by the passion and sincerity of her character.
Dolores would arrive with her joyful spirit, with her happy, mischievous smile, well turned-out, elegant even, despite the simplicity of her dress, always fl.
But by far the most interesting personality I met was the woman member of the Cortes, Dolores Ibarruri, commonly known as La Pasionaria.
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 AllRefer.com - Dolores Ibarruri (Spanish And Portuguese History, Biography) - Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
AllRefer.com - Dolores Ibarruri (Spanish And Portuguese History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Dolores Ibarruri[E´barOOrE] Pronunciation Key, 1895–1989, Spanish political leader.
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 TIME.com: La Pasionaria: An Exile Ends -- May 23, 1977 -- Page 1   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
last Friday, Dolores Ibarruri, 81, La Pasionaria* of Spanish Civil War fame and president of the Spanish Communist Party, set foot on Spanish soil for the first time in 38 years.
Even as news agencies in Moscow were reporting her departure, the state-run Spanish wire services were claiming that she would remain in the Soviet Union until this week.
The secrecy and subterfuge were part of a deal between the Spanish Communists and the government, which, in return for issuing Ibarruri her passport, insisted on discretion to avoid violent reactions from Spanish rightists.
www.time.com /time/magazine/article/0,9171,911972,00.html   (759 words)

  
 Dolores Ibarruri - MSN Encarta
Ibarruri, Dolores (1895–1989), Spanish Basque politician, journalist, and orator.
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Activism and Representations of Motherhood in the Autobiography of Dolores Ibarruri, Pasionaria
In November 1985, at the funeral of Dolores Ibárruri, the communist activist universally known as Pasionaria, the leader of the Spanish Communist Party (PCE), Julio Anguita, bid farewell to his late colleague with these words:
With these four lines, Anguita summed up a life which had spanned most of the 20th century — the life of a woman who had been friend and colleague, comrade, Party President, and mother.
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 Amazon.com: Dolores Ibárruri (Colección Hemen ; no. 3): Books: Luis Haranburu Altuna   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
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 e-Prints Soton - Activism & Representations of Motherhood in the Autobiography of Dolores Ibarruri, Pasionaria
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Hamilton, C.L. Activism and Representations of Motherhood in the Autobiography of Dolores Ibarruri, Pasionaria.
In November 1985, at the funeral of Dolores Ibárruri, the communist activist universally known as Pasionaria, the leader of the Spanish Communist Party (PCE), Julio Anguita, bid farewell to his late colleague with these words:
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 Dolores Ibárruri   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-17)
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 The Politburo Diktat: Pasionara
Aged 93, Dolores Ibarruri died of pneumonia on 12th November, 1989.
Everything you said about Dolores Ibarruri is true, but your conclussions are totally wrong.
Let me explain the results of the current spanish elections so you will understand.
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0343441218: Dolores Archaeological Program : research designs and initial survey results
0343446910: Dolores River archaeology : canyon adaptations as seen through survey
0343446724: Dolores, Revilla, and Laredo (three sister settlements)
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