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  Emilio Mola at AllExperts
Emilio Mola Vidal (June 9, 1887 – June 3, 1937) Spanish army officer, was one of the leaders of the 1936 army revolt which began the Spanish Civil War.
Mola was born in Cuba, at that time a Spanish colony, where his father, an army officer, was stationed.
Mola soon joined the group of army officers, led by José Sanjurjo, who were planning a coup to bring down the Republic.
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  Emilio Mola - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Emilio Mola Vidal (June 9, 1887 June 3, 1937) Spanish army officer, was one of the leaders of the 1936 army revolt which began the Spanish Civil War.
Mola was born in Cuba, at that time a Spanish colony, where his father, an army officer, was stationed.
Mola soon joined the group of army officers, led by Francisco Franco and José Sanjurjo, who were planning a coup to bring down the Republic.
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 Emilio Mola   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Mola soon joined the group of Army officers, led by Francisco Franco and José Sanjurjo, which was planning a coup against the Popular Front government.
Mola, as one of the most respected officers in the Army, was chosen to issue the proclamation of revolt on July 19.
Mola was killed on June 3, 1937 when his plane crashed during bad weather.
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 Emilio Mola - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Emilio Mola Vidal (June 9, 1887 – June 3, 1937) Spanish army officer, was one of the leaders of the 1936 army revolt which began the Spanish Civil War.
Mola soon joined the group of Army officers, led by Francisco Franco and José Sanjurjo, who were planning a coup against the Popular Front government.
Mola, as one of the most respected officers in the Army, was chosen to issue the proclamation of revolt on July 19, in Navarre.
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 Emilio Mola -- Facts, Info, and Encyclopedia article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Mola was born in (A communist state in the Caribbean on the island of Cuba; involved in state-sponsored terrorism) Cuba, at that time a Spanish colony, where his father, an army officer, was stationed.
Mola, as one of the most respected officers in the Army, was chosen to issue the proclamation of revolt on July 19, in (Click link for more info and facts about Navarre) Navarre.
Mola was killed on June 3, 1937 when his plane crashed during bad weather while returning to (Click link for more info and facts about Vitoria) Vitoria.
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 EMILIO MOLA FACTS AND INFORMATION   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Emilio Mola Vidal (June_9, 1887 – June_3, 1937) Spanish army officer, was one of the leaders of the 1936 army revolt which began the Spanish_Civil_War.
Mola soon joined the group of army officers, led by Francisco_Franco and José_Sanjurjo, who were planning a coup to bring down the Republic.
Mola was killed on June_3, 1937 when his plane crashed during bad weather while returning to Vitoria.
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 Emilio Mola   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Mola was born in Cuba, at that time a Spanish colony, where his father, an army officer,was stationed.
Mola soon joined the group of Army officers, led by FranciscoFranco and José Sanjurjo,which was planning a coup against the Popular Front government.
Mola, as one of the most respectedofficers in the Army, was chosen to issue the proclamation of revolt on July 19.
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 CalendarHome.com - - Calendar Encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Mola began serious planning in the spring, but General Francisco Franco hesitated until early July, inspiring other plotters to refer to him as "Miss Canary Islands 1936." Franco was a key player because of his prestige as a former director of the military academy and the man who suppressed the Socialist uprising of 1934.
Mola, Franco's second-in-command, was killed on June 3, and in early July, despite the fall of Bilbao in June, the government actually launched a strong counter-offensive in the Madrid area, which the Nationalists repulsed with some difficulty.
In the run-up to the Civil War it was led by Emilio Mola and José Sanjurjo, and latterly Franco.
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 CONK! Encyclopedia: Fifth_column   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Fifth column refers to any clandestine group of people which works covertly inside a nation to undermine its strength while the nation is simultaneously suffering an overt attack by a foreign power or another faction in a civil war.
The term was coined by General Emilio Mola in a radio address during the Spanish Civil War (1936–1939).
The title hints at the similarity of the protagonists with the supporters of Emilio Mola, in that both were attempting to influence events while performing "behind enemy lines".
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 Mola
Emilio Mola, a Spanish army officer of the Spanish Civil War.
Mola, the textile art form of the Kuna people of Panama and Colombia.
Mola, a special kind of flour that was made by the Vestal Virgins.
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General Emilio Mola agreed to serve under him and was placed in charge of the Army of the North.
In July, after the middle classes and the centre-right joined the rebellion, the situation reached a point of no return and, as presented to Franco by Mola, the coup was unavoidable and he had to choose a side.
Mola became leader of this group and at this stage Franco was unwilling to fully commit himself to joining the revolt.
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 Encyclopedia: Mola   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Emilio Mola, a Spanish army officer of the Spanish Civil War.
Mola mola, the binomial name of the Ocean Sunfish.
Mola, a special kind of flour that was made by the Vestal Virgins.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Mola   (298 words)

  
 Appendix B: Praetorian Politics in Liberal Spain   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Born in Plantas, Cuba, in 1887, Mola was a fourth-generation military officer.
Appointed Director General of the Security Forces by General Berenguer in 1930, Mola was briefly imprisoned and expelled from the army after the proclamation of the Republic in 1931.
Mola was among the chief organizers of the military revolt of 1936.
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 Emilio Mola
Emilio Mola, the son of an army officer, wa
Mola was made director of general security in 1930.
Mola agreed to serve under him and was placed in charge of the Army of the North.
www.spartacus.schoolnet.co.uk /SPmola.htm   (1272 words)

  
 Search Encyclopedia.com
Pucci, Emilio Pucci, Emilio (Marchese Emilio Pucci di Barsento)poo´chē, 1914-92, Italian fashion designer.
Visconti-Venosta, Emilio, marchese di Visconti-Venosta, Emilio, marchese diāmē´lyō märkā´zā dē vēskôn´tē-vānô´stä, 1829-1914, Italian patriot and statesman.
Mola, Emilio Mola, Emilioāmē´lyō mō´lä, 1887-1937, Spanish nationalist general.
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 1936 World History - Din Timelines   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
General Emilio Mola is relieved of his command and sent to Pamplona.
Emilio Mola meets Gonzalo Queipo de Llano to discuss the possibility of a military uprising.
General Emilio Mola issued his proclamation of revolt in Navarre.
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 Emilio Mola June 9 June 3 Spanish Spanish Civil War Cuba Toledo Morocco Pamplona Francisco Franco coup   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Mola soon joined the group of Army officers, led by Francisco Franco and Jos?anjurjo, who were planning a coup against the Popular Front government.
Mola Vidal, Emilio Emilo Mola Pazetas-en, Kuba-n, jaio zen 1887an eta Castil de Peones-en, Burgosen, hil 1937an.
On September 18, 1936, generals Francisco Franco and Emilio Mola announced what they hoped would be the triumphant culmination of the military...
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 Spanish Civil War
Mola became leader of this group and at this stage Franco was unwilling to fully commit himself to joining any possible uprising.
In the summer of 1936 General Emilio Mola calculated that the Nationalist Army had 100,000 in the northern sector and 60,000 in the south.
Emilio Mola and Francisco Franco were anxious to capture the capital city of Spain as soon as possible.
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 Emilio
Emilio was a saint’s name, but as St. Emilius was not a particularly popular saint, he had very few namesakes.
The name Emilio was not at all common in the Middle Ages.
Emilio did not begin to be common until the 19th century.
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 Encyclopedia: Emilio Mola   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
Jump to: navigation, search June 9 is the 160th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar (161st in leap years), with 205 days remaining.
Jump to: navigation, search 1930 is a common year starting on Wednesday.
Jump to: navigation, search July 20 is the 201st day (202nd in leap years) of the year in the Gregorian Calendar, with 164 days remaining.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Emilio-Mola   (921 words)

  
 AllRefer.com - Emilio Mola (Spanish And Portuguese History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Emilio Mola[AmE´lyO mO´lA] Pronunciation Key, 1887–1937, Spanish nationalist general.
Entering the army in 1904, he rose to the rank of general by 1927, when he commanded a military district in Morocco.
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 Progreso Weekly
In October 1936, as the Nationalist troops of Francisco Franco prepared to attack the Republican bastion in Madrid, Gen. Emilio Mola Vidal was asked by foreign journalists which of his four columns he expected would take the Spanish capital.
By that, Mola meant groups of Nationalist sympathizers in Madrid who would sabotage the Republican defenses and quite literally stab their countrymen in the back to help the Nationalist troops invade the city.
President Bush must be reenacting a page of history as he praises the members of his own "fifth column" and announces that he will give them millions of dollars in addition to what he already gives them for their various activities against the government of their own homeland.
www.progresoweekly.com /index.php?progreso=Emilio_Paz&otherweek=1152766800   (813 words)

  
 Juan Yagüe - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
He was a strong early supporter of the Falange Española and a close personal friend of José Antonio Primo de Rivera.
When Niceto Alcalá-Zamora was replaced as President of the Republic by the left-wing Manuel Azaña on May 10, 1936, a group of Spanish Army officers, including Yagüe, Emilio Mola, Francisco Franco, Gonzalo Queipo de Llano and José Sanjurjo, started plotting to overthrow the Popular Front government.
This led to a military uprising which precipitated the Spanish Civil War on July 17, 1936.
www.wikipedia.org /wiki/Juan_Yag%FCe   (364 words)

  
 mola
Al día siguiente el general Emilio Mola Vidal se suma a la insurrección.
El consiguiente proceso de concentración de poder que tuvo lugar llevó a la constitución de una Junta de Defensa Nacional, de la que Mola forma parte desde su fundación -no así el general Franco- que, en septiembre de 1936, decidió renunciar a sus atribuciones en favor de una jefatura única que recairía en Franco.
Generalmente, los que centran su atención en la vida de Mola suelen limitarse a contemplarla dentro de un marco histórico restringido en su faceta militar o política como eventual coordinador de la conspiración.
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 mola - OneLook Dictionary Search
Mola, mola : UltraLingua English Dictionary [home, info]
Phrases that include mola: emilio mola, mola mola, pier francesco mola, carlos loret de mola, emilio mola vidal, more...
Words similar to mola: headfish, sunfish, ocean sunfish, more...
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 FRANCO AND AZANA: Victor and Vanquished.(Spain's Civil War) - History Today - HighBeam Research   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
General Emilio Mola announced in intentions to free Spain from the chaos of anarchy.
Mola is the soldier protecting old imperial Spain, and Azana iccommitted to modernization of Spain.
Late in the evening of August 15th, 1936, General Emilio Mola, made a broadcast from Radio Castilla in Burgos.
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 general Mola in The AnswerBank: History & Myths   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-08)
In late 1936, during the Spanish Civil War, the nationalist General Emilio Mola was advancing with four columns on Madrid.
When asked which of these columns would actually take the city, he replied that it would most probably be taken by a "fifth column"...namely, the secret nationalist supporters inside the city itself.
There is a suggestion that the phrase might have been used as long ago as the 1780s, in reference to an incident during the Russian-Turkish war, but it was definitely the 1936 version that led to its common use nowadays.
www.theanswerbank.co.uk /History_and_Myths/Question64022.html   (252 words)

  
 Fifth column
In October 1936, in the hostilities of the Spanish Civil War, the nationalist General Emilio Mola and his supporters besieged Madrid with four columns of troops.
Mola claimed he had additional troops within the city.
apparently were instigated by a recent broadcast over the Rebel radio station by General Emilio Mola.
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