José Pellicer Gandía

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José Pellicer Gandía (27 April 1912 – 8 June 1942) was a Spanish anarchist, politician and revolutionary primarily known for being the founder of the Iron Column during the 1936 Spanish Revolution. He is often nicknamed the "Durruti Valencia".

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José Pellicer was executed on 8 June 1942, shot for charges of murdering the brother of an officer in the Francoist army.[1]

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