Lillian Somoza de Sevilla Sacasa

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Lillian ("'Lilly"' or "'Lilita"') Somoza de Sevilla Sacasa[1] (May 3rd 1921 – May 17th 2003) was a member of the Somoza family in Nicaragua. She was the daughter of dictator president Anastasio Somoza García and Salvadora Debayle de Somoza, married to Guillermo Sevilla Sacasa, and sister of the president-dicators Luis Somoza Debayle and Anastasio Somoza Debayle. She was also Garcia's last surviving child.

She attended the exclusive young ladies finishing school Gunston Hall School for Girls and in 1940 she was chosen queen of the Apple Blossom Festival in Winchester, Virginia.

She died in Washington Hospital Center on May 17, 2003, a fortnight after her 82nd birthday[1]

References[edit]

  • Here the Somoza Family Still Ruled The Washington Post -July 29, 2006
  • Saballos Ramírez, Marvin (diciembre de 2011). Mejía, José T.. ed. «70 Años del Ingreso de Nicaragua a la Segunda Guerra Mundial: Declaración de Guerra de Nicaragua a Japón, Alemania e Italia en Diciembre de 1941». Temas Nicaragüenses: Una revista dedicada a la investigación sobre Nicaragua (Harvey, Luisiana, Estados Unidos) 44: pp. 74-106. ISSN 2164-4268. Consultado el 10 de diciembre de 2011.
  • ^ a b "Nicaraguan, Washington Socialite Lillian de Sevilla". The Washingtonpost.