Guillermo luca de tena

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El II Marqués de Luca de Tena nació en Madrid en 1897. Hijo del periodista Torcuato Luca de Tena y Álvarez Ossorio, fue padre del periodista Guillermo Luca de Tena y del escritor Torcuato Luca de Tena. Se licenció en Derecho en la Universidad Central (1918). Desde muy joven se dedicó al periodismo en la empresa familiar. Fue diputado a las Cortes por Sevilla (1929) y director del diario ABC (1929-1940), cargo en el que orquestó una gran campaña contra la II República. Fue embajador de España en Chile (1940-1944) y en Grecia (1962). Su libreto más famoso, El huésped del sevillano, fue escrito en colaboración con Enrique Reoyo y es una adaptación de La ilustre fregona de Miguel de Cervantes. Murió en Madrid el 11 de enero de 1975.

Speech by hm the king at the presentation of the «mariano» awards.

He was born in Madrid, on June 8, 1927, son of journalist Juan Ignacio Luca de Tena and grandson of Torcuato Luca de Tena y Álvarez Ossorio, founder of the newspaper ABC and Blanco y Negro. He lived most of his life in Madrid, together with his wife, Soledad García-Conde Tartiere, and was the father of two daughters, Catalina and Soledad.[2] He was also the father of two daughters, Catalina and Soledad.[2] Guillermo Luca de Tena was born in Madrid.
Guillermo Luca de Tena studied high school at the Colegio del Pilar in Madrid. He graduated in Law at the Complutense University of Madrid, and studied Journalism at the Official School of Journalism of the same city, graduating in this discipline in 1958. Previously he had been manager of the ABC newspaper in Seville, taking up the position of director of this newspaper in 1957. He studied languages in England, where he learned English, French and German.

Catalina luca de tena

From 1966 to 1969, he was a member of the Privy Council and of the Political Council of Don Juan de Borbón, Count of Barcelona and in June 1977, he was appointed royal senator in the Constituent Courts (1977-1979).
In this sense, he emphasized that Luca de Tena in those times «represented the most open-minded tendency in tune with the democratic transition and with the UCD» within the newspaper, and gave a «decisive support» to the monarchy, which is why King Juan Carlos «showed his appreciation and personal affection for him on so many occasions».

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Son of Juan Ignacio Luca de Tena and grandson of Torcuato Luca de Tena y Álvarez-Ossorio, founder of ABC and Blanco y Negro, Guillermo Luca de Tena was born in Madrid and did his first studies in France, which he continued, during the Civil War, in San Sebastián.
He received the 1979 Carabela de Plata Prize, awarded in 1980 by the Asociación de Corresponsales Iberoamericanos; the Marcelino Santamaría Prize, granted in 1999 by the Asociación de la Prensa de Madrid, APM; and the VI Premio de Periodismo Rafael Calvo Serer, awarded in March 2006.

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