Pablo de Azcárate

Pablo de Azcárate (R) of the [[United Nations Truce Commission Pablo de Azcárate y Flórez (1890–1971) was a Spanish diplomat. He was born in Madrid. During the 1920s he worked in Minorities Section of the League of Nations Secretariat. During the Spanish Civil War, Azcárate served as Ambassador of the Spanish Republican government to London. Following the British recognition of the Nationalist government in early 1939, he went into exile in Switzerland. From 1946 onward, he was attached to the UN. In 1948-1952 he served as secretary of the Consular Truce Commission in Jerusalem on behalf of the UN. Azcárate died in Geneva in 1971.

Azcárate's son, Manuel Azcárate (1916–1998), became one of the leaders of the Spanish Communist Party. Provided by Wikipedia
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