samedi 3 décembre 2011

Spain: The Caudillo has lost a testicle in El Biutz during the Rif war.

 On the night of 28 to 29 June 1916, Captain Francisco Paulino Hermenegildo Franco y Bahamonde Teodulo (1892-1975) led the assault at the Battle of El-Biutz, near Ceuta, Spanish enclave in Morocco today .
He was seriously wounded in the abdomen and lost a testicle during what was then called the Rif war. So says journalist and Spanish writer José Maria Zavala, citing the granddaughter of the dictator's urologist, Antonio Puigvert itself andrologist doctor. Franco had told him several times to this incident.
Citing various authors of biographies of Franco, the journalist added that such an injury could cause infertility in the future Spanish Presidency.
Several authors suggest that the only daughter of Franco, Carmen Franco, born in 1926, is in fact the daughter of Francisco Franco's brother, Ramon Franco.
Francisco Franco Bahamonde, after participating in a military uprising against the Republican regime, which led to civil war (1936-1939) led Spain until his death November 20, 1975.
Disturbing coincidence, Adolf Hilter (1889-1945) had also lost a testicle during the Battle of the Somme in 1916.
According to the English newspaper "The Sun", the revelation was made ​​in a document transcribing a conversation 60 years dating from between the German doctor Johan Jambor and his priest, Franciszek Pawlar.
Another dictator Habib Bourguiba (1903-2000), President of Tunisia from 1957 to 1987, which had only one son, also had the same deformation caused by torture in a French prison. But he spoke of it with panache!

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