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Antonio Tejero

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Antonio Tejero Molina (born 30 April 1932) is a Spanish former Lieutenant Colonel of the Guardia Civil, and the most prominent figure in the failed coup d'état against the newly democratic Spanish government on 23 February 1981. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Antonio Tejero has received more than 270,064 page views. His biography is available in 27 different languages on Wikipedia. Antonio Tejero is the 526th most popular military personnel (down from 464th in 2019), the 416th most popular biography from Spain (down from 368th in 2019) and the 8th most popular Spanish Military Personnel.

Antonio Tejero was a Spanish military officer who led an attempted coup d'état against the Spanish government on February 23, 1981.

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Among military personnels, Antonio Tejero ranks 526 out of 1,468Before him are Pavel Batitsky, Herta Bothe, Marie-Pierre Kœnig, George I Rákóczi, Elyesa Bazna, and Ivan Yakubovsky. After him are Sergey Gorshkov, Bob Denard, Heinz Lammerding, Walter Rauff, Paddy Roy Bates, and Bo'orchu.

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Among people born in 1932, Antonio Tejero ranks 84Before him are Michael Smith, Oscar de la Renta, Joe Zawinul, Dieter Rams, Quino, and Hiroaki Sato. After him are Stuart Hall, Gunter Sachs, Wolf Vostell, Geraldine McEwan, Corry Brokken, and Marisa Pavan.

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In Spain

Among people born in Spain, Antonio Tejero ranks 416 out of 2,932Before him are Pedro de Mendoza (1487), José María Aznar (1953), Carlos Sainz (1962), María de las Mercedes, Princess of Asturias (1880), Francisco Vázquez de Coronado (1510), and Fruela II of Asturias (875). After him are Sisebut (565), Prince Luigi Amedeo, Duke of the Abruzzi (1873), Ordoño I of Asturias (821), Najwa Nimri (1972), Javier Clemente (1950), and Maria of Aragon, Queen of Castile (1403).