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Melitón Manzanas Manzanas entered the police force in 1938, in Irun, where he established one of his infamous interrogation centers and collaborated with Nazi Germany — he helped the Gestapo to arrest Jewish people that were trying to escape from Occupied France. He was assigned to Donostia-San Sebastián in 1941, eventually becoming commander of the "Brigada Político-Social" (BPS), the francoist political police division, in San Sebastián. A Basque himself, he was a vehement opponent of Basque nationalism, which had been revived in the 1960s, and, in particular, to the then fledging organisation ETA.
Melitón Manzanas In 1968, he was murdered in the first planned killing committed by ETA. His killers waited for him at his residence and shot him seven times.
Melitón Manzanas Melitón Manzanas González (1906 in Donostia-San Sebastián - 1968) was a high-ranking police officer in Francoist Spain, known as a torturer and the first planned victim of ETA.
Melitón Manzanas Thirty years after his death, Manzanas was awarded the medal of Civil Merit dedicated to the victims of terrorism by José María Aznar. Manzanas' service under Franco's regime, the fact that he was known for having used police torture, and the fact that he was not the first torturer rewarded by the Spanish Government raised some controversy about this award.
Las Manzanas River The Las Manzanas River () is a river of Guatemala.
Villanueva de las Manzanas Villanueva de las Manzanas is a municipality located in the province of León, Castile and León, Spain. According to the 2004 census (INE), the municipality has a population of 558 inhabitants.
Ekaj "Criticas De Kater, Ekaj..." - Dos Manzanas, Nov. 4, 2016
Cristina Castaño In 1999 she worked alongside Concha Velasco in the theatre play "Las manzanas del viernes" (The Apples of Friday).
José María Aznar Aznar's government posthumously granted a medal of Civil Merit to Melitón Manzanas, the head of the secret police in San Sebastián and the first high-profile member of the Francoist government killed by ETA in 1968. Manzanas was widely considered a torturer, and Amnesty International condemned the award.
Anne of Saint Bartholomew Saint Ana of Saint Bartholomew (; 1 October 1550 - 7 June 1626) - born Ana García Manzanas - was a Spanish Roman Catholic professed religious and a professed member from the Discalced Carmelites. Manzanas was also known for being a companion to Saint Teresa of Ávila and she led the establishment of new monasteries of in France and the Lowlands. But Manzanas sometimes struggled with her superiors as she set about setting new convents and holding her position as a prioress while later settling in the Spanish Netherlands where she opened a house and remained there until she later died. Manzanas was a close friend and aide to Saint Teresa of Ávila and the saint died in her arms in 1582.