Dámaso Berenguer y Fusté, Comte de Xauen (San Juan de los Remedios, Cuba, 4 août 1873 - Madrid, 19 mai 1953) est un militaire et homme politique espagnol, qui dirigea le pays pendant une année environ (1930-1931) à la suite de la démission de Miguel Primo de Rivera.

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  • Dámaso Berenguer y Fusté, Comte de Xauen (San Juan de los Remedios, Cuba, 4 août 1873 - Madrid, 19 mai 1953) est un militaire et homme politique espagnol, qui dirigea le pays pendant une année environ (1930-1931) à la suite de la démission de Miguel Primo de Rivera.
  • Dámaso Berenguer y Fusté (San Juan de los Remedios, Cuba, 4 de agosto de 1873 — Madrid, 19 de maio de 1953) foi um político da Espanha. Ocupou o lugar de presidente do governo de Espanha de 1930 a 1931.
  • Да́масо Беренге́р-и-Фусте́, 1-й граф де Шауен (исп. Dámaso Berenguer y Fusté, 4 августа 1873(18730804), Сан-Хуан-де-лос-Ремедиос, Куба — 19 мая 1953, Мадрид) — испанский политический и военный деятель, премьер-министр, генерал-лейтенант.
  • Dámaso Berenguer y Fusté, Graf (Conde) de Xauen (* 4. August 1873 in San Juan de los Remedios (Kuba); † 19. Mai 1953 in Madrid) war ein spanischer Generalleutnant, Politiker und Ministerpräsident Spaniens (Presidente del Gobierno).
  • Dámaso Berenguer y Fusté (4 August 1873 – 19 May 1953) was a Spanish soldier and politician.Berenguer was born in San Juan de los Remedios, Cuba, while that island nation was still a Spanish province.He enlisted in the army in 1889, served in Cuba and Morocco, and was promoted to general in 1909.In 1918, he was appointed Minister of War under Prime Minister Manuel García Prieto.From January 1919 to July 1922 he was the High Commissioner of Spanish Morocco.After planning an uprising, however, he was court-martialled and discharged from the service.He was saved, however, by 13 September 1923 coup d'état of Miguel Primo de Rivera. He was granted an amnesty and appointed military chief of the royal household.In January 1930, following the forced resignation of the dictator Primo de Rivera, King Alfonso XIII ordered Berenguer to form a government and restore a degree of normality to the country. As prime minister, Berenguer repealed some of the harsher measures introduced by Primo de Rivera, earning his regime the nickname dictablanda ( the toothless dictatorship, blanda meaning soft, – as opposed to the preceding dictadura, dura the Spanish word for hard) or Parum Mentula. He also faced a number of problems – increasing demands for the abolition of the monarchy; disorganisation among the country's political parties after seven years of repression making the calling of prompt elections an impossible task; labour unrest; and at least one military uprising.Berenguer resigned as prime minister on 14 February 1931; he was replaced by Admiral Juan Bautista Aznar-Cabañas, under whom he served as Minister of War.Two months later, Alfonso fled the country and the Republic was declared, during which time Berenguer was imprisoned.He died in Madrid in 1953.
  • Dámaso Berenguer y Fusté, Conte di Xauen (San Juan de los Remedios, 4 agosto 1873 – Madrid, 19 maggio 1953) è stato un politico spagnolo.Partecipò alla guerra del Rif in qualità di comandante dell'esercito d'occupazione spagnolo e fu Presidente del Consiglio dal 30 gennaio 1930 al 18 febbraio 1931.
  • Dámaso Berenguer y Fusté (L'Havana, 1873 - Madrid, 1953) va ser un militar i polític, president del govern espanyol (1930 - 1931).
  • Dámaso Berenguer y Fusté (San Juan de los Remedios, Cuba, 4 de agosto de 1873 - Madrid, 19 de mayo de 1953), I conde de Xauen, fue un militar y político español, que presidió el penúltimo gobierno de la monarquía de Alfonso XIII conocido con el nombre de "dictablanda".
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  • Dámaso Berenguer y Fusté, Comte de Xauen (San Juan de los Remedios, Cuba, 4 août 1873 - Madrid, 19 mai 1953) est un militaire et homme politique espagnol, qui dirigea le pays pendant une année environ (1930-1931) à la suite de la démission de Miguel Primo de Rivera.
  • Dámaso Berenguer y Fusté (San Juan de los Remedios, Cuba, 4 de agosto de 1873 — Madrid, 19 de maio de 1953) foi um político da Espanha. Ocupou o lugar de presidente do governo de Espanha de 1930 a 1931.
  • Да́масо Беренге́р-и-Фусте́, 1-й граф де Шауен (исп. Dámaso Berenguer y Fusté, 4 августа 1873(18730804), Сан-Хуан-де-лос-Ремедиос, Куба — 19 мая 1953, Мадрид) — испанский политический и военный деятель, премьер-министр, генерал-лейтенант.
  • Dámaso Berenguer y Fusté, Graf (Conde) de Xauen (* 4. August 1873 in San Juan de los Remedios (Kuba); † 19. Mai 1953 in Madrid) war ein spanischer Generalleutnant, Politiker und Ministerpräsident Spaniens (Presidente del Gobierno).
  • Dámaso Berenguer y Fusté, Conte di Xauen (San Juan de los Remedios, 4 agosto 1873 – Madrid, 19 maggio 1953) è stato un politico spagnolo.Partecipò alla guerra del Rif in qualità di comandante dell'esercito d'occupazione spagnolo e fu Presidente del Consiglio dal 30 gennaio 1930 al 18 febbraio 1931.
  • Dámaso Berenguer y Fusté (L'Havana, 1873 - Madrid, 1953) va ser un militar i polític, president del govern espanyol (1930 - 1931).
  • Dámaso Berenguer y Fusté (San Juan de los Remedios, Cuba, 4 de agosto de 1873 - Madrid, 19 de mayo de 1953), I conde de Xauen, fue un militar y político español, que presidió el penúltimo gobierno de la monarquía de Alfonso XIII conocido con el nombre de "dictablanda".
  • Dámaso Berenguer y Fusté (4 August 1873 – 19 May 1953) was a Spanish soldier and politician.Berenguer was born in San Juan de los Remedios, Cuba, while that island nation was still a Spanish province.He enlisted in the army in 1889, served in Cuba and Morocco, and was promoted to general in 1909.In 1918, he was appointed Minister of War under Prime Minister Manuel García Prieto.From January 1919 to July 1922 he was the High Commissioner of Spanish Morocco.After planning an uprising, however, he was court-martialled and discharged from the service.He was saved, however, by 13 September 1923 coup d'état of Miguel Primo de Rivera.
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