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Ministry of the Navy (Spain)

Ministry of the Navy
Spanish: Ministerio de Marina

General Headquarters of the Navy [es], formerly the site of the naval ministry
Agency overview
Formed20 September 1851; 172 years ago (1851-09-20)
Preceding
  • Office of the Navy of Spain
Dissolved4 July 1977; 46 years ago (1977-07-04)
Superseding agency
JurisdictionSpanish Navy
HeadquartersGeneral Headquarters of the Navy [es]
Ministers responsible

Ministry of the Navy (Spanish: Ministerio de Marina) was a government department of Spain that was tasked with oversight of the Spanish Navy (Armada Española) and existed in multiple reincarnations before being finally dissolved in 1977, when its functions were merged with the Ministry of Defense by Adolfo Suárez.

The Office of the Navy of Spain (Despacho de Marina de España) was reorganized into the Ministry of the Navy by the royal decree from 20 September 1851. It was dissolved twice in its history before being restored by Francisco Franco in 1939, lasting until being merged with the Defense Ministry in 1977 as part of the transition to democracy.

List of ministers

Napoleonic, Ferdinand VII, and Isabella II

  • Francisco Gil de Taboada y Lemos (1 March 1808 – 2 June 1808)[1]
  • Antonio de Escaño (15 October 1808 – 10 January 1810)[1]
  • Gabriel Císcar Císcar (31 January 1810 – 1 November 1810)[1]
  • José de Mazarredo y Salazar (2 June 1808 – 29 July 1812)[1]
  • Gonzalo O'Farrill y Herrera (29 July de 1812–27 June de 1813)[1]
  • José Vázquez Figueroa (23 June 1812 – 18 April 1813)[1]
  • Francisco de Paula Ossorio y Vargas (18 April 1813 – 29 May 1814)[1]
  • Luis María Salazar y Salazar (29 May 1814 – 27 January 1816)[1]
  • José Vázquez Figueroa (27 January 1816 – 14 September 1818)[1]
  • Baltasar Hidalgo de Cisneros (14 September 1818 – 13 June 1819)[1]
  • José María Alós Mora (13 June 1819 – 9 March 1820)[1]
  • Luis María Salazar y Salazar (9 March 1820 – 6 April 1820)[1]
  • Juan Jabat Aztal (6 April 1820 – 2 March 1821)[1]
  • Diego Méndez de la Vega Infanzón (2 March 1821 – 4 March 1821)[1]
  • Francisco de Paula Escudero (4 March 1821 – 18 January 1822)[1]
  • Francisco de Paula Ossorio y Vargas (18 January 1822 – 28 February 1822)[1]
  • Jacinto de Romarate Salamanca (28 February 1822 – 5 August 1822)[1]
  • Dionisio Capaz Rendón (5 August 1822 – 28 February 1823)[1]
  • Ramón Lorenzo Romay Jiménez de Cisneros (28 February 1823 – 20 April 1823)[1]
  • Antonio Campuzano (15 May 1823 – 18 May 1823)[1]
  • Francisco de Paula Ossorio y Vargas (18 May 1823 – 30 September 1823)[1]
  • Luis María Salazar y Salazar (27 May 1823 – 15 October 1832)[1]
  • Francisco Javier Ulloa (15 October 1832 – 25 March 1833)[1]
  • José de la Cruz (25 March 1833 – 16 November 1833)[1]
  • Antonio Remón Zarco del Valle y Huet (16 November 1833 – 15 January 1834)[1]
  • José Vázquez Figueroa (15 January 1834 – 13 June 1835)[1]
  • Miguel Ricardo Álava Esquivel (13 June 1835 – 28 August 1835)[1]
  • José Sartorio (28 August 1835 – 14 September 1835)[1]
  • Juan Álvarez Mendizábal (14 September 1835 – 2 May 1836)[1]
  • José María Chacón y Pery (2 May 1836 – 15 May 1836)[1]
  • Antonio Alcalá Galiano (15 May 1836 – 14 August 1836)[1]
  • Miguel Moreno (14 August 1836 – 18 August 1836)[1]
  • Andrés García Camba (18 August 1836 – 11 September 1836)[1]

It was renamed "Ministry of the Navy, Commerce, Overseas Governance" (Ministerio de Marina, Comercio Y Gobernación de Ultramar)

Renamed to Ministry of the Navy and Overseas Governance (Ministerio de Marina y Gobernación de Ultramar)

  • José Baldasano (28 January 1847 – 15 February 1847)[1]

Changed back to the title of Ministry of the Navy (Ministerio de Marina)

  • Alejandro Oliván Borruel (15 February 1847 – 28 March 1847)[1]
  • Juan de Dios Sotelo Machín (28 March 1847 – 4 October 1847)[1]
  • Fernando Fernández de Cordova Valcárcel (5 October 1847 – 24 October 1847)[1]
  • Manuel Bertrán de Lis y Ribes, (24 October 1847 – 24 December 1847)[1]
  • Mariano Roca de Togores Carrasco (24 December 1847 – 19 October 1849)[1]
  • José María Bustillo Barreda (19 October 1849 – 20 October 1849)[1]
  • Mariano Roca de Togores Carrasco (20 October 1849 – 14 January 1851)[1]
  • José María Bustillo Barreda (14 January 1851 – 2 June 1851)[1]
  • Francisco Armero Peñaranda (2 June 1851 – 3 May 1852)[1]
  • Casimiro Vigodet Guernica (3 May 1852 – 13 June 1852)[1]
  • Joaquín Ezpeleta Enrile (13 June 1852 – 14 December 1852)[1]
  • Rafael Arístegui y Vélez (14 December 1852 – 14 April 1853)[1]
  • Antonio Doral (14 April 1853 – 9 September 1853)[1]
  • Agustín Esteban Collantes (9 September 1853 – 19 September 1853)[1]
  • Mariano Roca de Togores y Carrasco (19 September 1853 – 17 July 1854)[1]
  • Ángel Saavedra Ramírez de Baquedano (18 July 1854 – 20 July 1854)[1]
  • José Félix Allende-Salazar Mazarredo (30 July 1854 – 8 December 1854)[1]
  • Antonio Santa Cruz (8 December 1854 – 14 July 1856)[1]
  • Pedro Bayarri (14 July 1856 – 12 October 1856)[1]
  • Francisco Lersundi Hormaechea (12 October 1856 – 15 October 1857)[1]
  • Juan Salomón (15 October 1857 – 25 October 1857)[1]
  • José María Bustillo Barreda (25 October 1857 – 14 January 1858)[1]
  • José María Quesada (14 January 1858 – 25 November 1858)[1]
  • Leopoldo O'Donnell Joris (25 November 1858 – 27 November 1858)[1]
  • José MacCrohon y Blake (27 November 1858 – 9 July 1860)[1]
  • Juan Zavala de la Puente (9 July 1860 – 17 January 1863)[1]
  • José María Bustillo Barreda (17 January 1863 – 27 January 1863)[1]
  • Augusto Ulloa (9 February 1863 – 2 March 1863)[1]
  • Francisco Mata Alós (3 March 1863 – 17 January 1864)[1]
  • Joaquín Gutiérrez Rubalcaba Casal (17 January 1864 – 1 March 1864)[1]
  • José Pareja Septién (1 March 1864 – 16 September 1864)[1]
  • Francisco Armero Peñaranda (16 September 1864 – 21 June 1865)[1]
  • Juan Zavala De La Puente (21 June 1865 – 10 July 1866)[1]
  • Eusebio Calonge (10 July 1866 – 13 July 1866)[1]
  • Joaquín Gutiérrez Rubalcaba Casal (13 July 1866 – 27 June 1867)[1]
  • Martín Belda (27 June 1867 – 11 February 1868)[1]
  • Carlos Marfori (11 February 1868 – 13 February 1868)[1]
  • Severo Catalina del Amo (13 February 1868 – 23 April 1868)[1]
  • Martín Belda (23 April 1868 – 19 September 1868)[1]
  • José Gutiérrez de la Concha (19 September 1868 – 21 September 1868)[1]

Provisional junta, Regency, and Amadeo I

First Republic

  • Jacobo Oreyro y Villavicencio (24 February 1873 – 11 June 1873)[1]
  • Federico Anrich Santamaría (11 June 1873 – 18 July 1873)[1]
  • Jacobo Oreyro y Villavicencio (18 July 1873 – 4 September 1873)[1]
  • José Oreyro y Villavicencio (4 September 1873 – 3 January 1874)[1]
  • Juan Bautista Topete y Carballo (3 January 1874 – 13 May 1874)[1]
  • Rafael Rodríguez de Arias Villavicencio (13 May 1874 – 31 December 1874)[1]

Bourbon Restoration

  • Mariano Roca de Togores Carrasco (31 December 1874 – 9 February 1875)[1]
  • Antonio Cánovas del Castillo (9 February 1875 – 8 June 1875)[1]
  • Santiago Durán Lira (8 June 1875 – 1 April 1876)[1]
  • Juan Bautista Antequera y Bobadilla (1 April 1876 – 23 September 1877)[1]
  • Francisco de Paula Pavía y Pavía (23 September 1877 – 9 December 1879)[1]
  • Santiago Durán Lira (9 December 1879 – 8 February 1881)[1]
  • Francisco de Paula Pavía Pavía (8 February 1881 – 9 January 1883)[1]
  • Arsenio Martínez-Campos Antón (9 January 1883 – 13 January 1883)[1]
  • Rafael Rodríguez de Arias Villavicencio (13 January 1883 – 13 October 1883)[1]
  • Carlos Valcárcel Usell de Gimbarda (13 October 1883 – 18 January 1884)[1]
  • Juan Bautista Antequera y Bobadilla (18 January 1884 – 13 July 1885)[1]
  • Manuel de la Pezuela y Lobo (13 July 1885 – 27 November 1885)[1]
  • José María Beránger Ruiz de Apodaca (27 November 1885 – 10 October 1886)[1]
  • Rafael Rodríguez de Arias Villavicencio (10 October 1886 – 21 January 1890)[1]
  • Juan Romero Moreno (21 January 1890 – 5 July 1890)[1]
  • José María Beránger Ruiz de Apodaca (5 July 1890 – 5 November 1891)[1]
  • Antonio Cánovas del Castillo (5 November 1891 – 23 November 1891)[1]
  • Florencio Montojo Trillo (23 November 1891 – 11 March 1892)[1]
  • José María Beránger Ruiz de Apodaca (11 March 1892 – 11 December 1892)[1]
  • José López Domínguez (11 December 1892 – 14 December 1892)[1]
  • Pascual Cervera y Topete (14 December 1892 – 23 March 1893)[1]
  • Manuel Pasquín de Juan (12 March 1894 – 23 March 1895)[1]
  • José María Beránger Ruiz de Apodaca (23 March 1895 – 4 October 1897)[1]
  • Segismundo Bermejo y Merelo (4 October 1897 – 18 May 1898)[1]
  • Ramón Auñón y Villalón (18 May 1898 – 4 March 1899)[1]
  • José Gómez-Imaz Simón (5 March 1899 – 18 April 1900)[1]
  • Francisco Silvela Le Vielleuze (18 de abril de 1900–23 de octubre de 1900)[1]
  • Marcelo Azcárraga Palmero (23 October 1900 – 31 October 1900)[1]
  • José Ramos Izquierdo y Castañeda (31 October 1900 – 6 March 1901)[1]
  • Cristóbal Colón de la Cerda (6 March 1901 – 6 December 1902)[1]
  • Joaquín Sánchez de Toca Calvo (6 December 1902 – 20 July 1903)[1]
  • Eduardo Cobián y Roffignac (20 July 1903 – 5 December 1903)[1]
  • José Ferrándiz y Niño (5 December 1903 – 16 December 1904)[1]
  • Marcelo Azcarraga Palmero (16 December 1904 – 6 January 1905)[1]
  • Eduardo Cobián y Roffignac (6 January 1905 – 23 June 1905)[1]
  • Miguel Villanueva Gómez (23 June 1905 – 31 October 1905)[1]
  • Valeriano Weyler Nicolau (31 October 1905 – 1 December 1905)[1]
  • Víctor María Concas Palau (4 December 1905 – 6 July 1906)[1]
  • Juan Alvarado del Saz (6 July 1906 – 30 November 1906)[1]
  • Santiago Alba Bonifaz (30 November 1906 – 4 December 1906)[1]
  • Juan Jácome Pareja (9 December 1906 – 25 January 1907)[1]
  • José Ferrándiz y Niño (25 January 1907 – 21 October 1909)[1]
  • Víctor María Concas Palau (21 October 1909 – 9 February 1910)[1]
  • Diego Arias de Miranda Goytia (9 February 1910 – 3 April 1911)[1]
  • José Pidal Rebollo (3 April 1911 – 31 December 1912)[1]
  • Amalio Gimeno y Cabañas (31 December 1912 – 27 October 1913)[1]
  • Augusto Miranda y Godoy (27 October 1913 – 11 June 1917)[1]
  • Manuel de Flórez y Carrió (11 June 1917 – 3 November 1917)[1]
  • Amalio Gimeno y Cabañas (3 November 1917 – 22 March 1918)[1]
  • José Pidal Rebollo (22 March 1918 – 20 July 1918)[1]
  • Augusto Miranda y Godoy (20 July 1918 – 9 November 1918)[1]
  • José María Chacón y Pery (9 November 1918 – 15 April 1919)[1]
  • Augusto Miranda y Godoy (15 April 1919 – 20 July 1919)[1]
  • Manuel de Flórez y Carrió (20 July 1919 – 17 March 1920)[1]
  • Eduardo Dato Iradier (5 May 1920 – 8 March 1921)[1]
  • Joaquín Fernández Prida (13 March 1921 – 14 August 1921)[1]
  • José Gómez Acebo (14 August 1921 – 8 March 1922)[1]
  • Mariano Ordóñez García (8 March 1922 – 1 April 1922)[1]
  • José Rivera Álvarez de Canero (1 April 1922 – 7 December 1922)[1]
  • Luis Silvela Casado (7 December 1922 – 16 December 1923)[1]
  • Juan Bautista Aznar-Cabañas (16 February 1923 – 15 September 1923)[1]

Primo de Rivera dictatorship

  • Gabriel Antón Iboleón (15 September 1923 – 5 February 1924)[1]
  • Federico Ibáñez Valera (5 February 1924 – 12 February 1924)[1]
  • Ignacio Pintado Gough (12 February 1924 – 25 May 1924)[1]
  • Honorio Cornejo Carvajal (25 May 1924 – 3 November 1928)[1]
  • Mateo García de Los Reyes (3 November 1928 – 30 January 1930)[1]
  • Salvador Carvia Caravaca (30 January 1930 – 18 February 1931)[1]
  • José Rivera Álvarez de Canero (19 February 1931 – 14 April 1931)[1]

Second Republic

  • Santiago Casares Quiroga (14 April 1931 – 14 October 1931)[1]
  • José Giral Pereira (14 October 1931 – 12 June 1933)[1]
  • Lluís Companys Jover (12 June 1933 – 12 September 1933)[1]
  • Vicente Iranzo Enguita (12 September 1933 – 8 October 1933)[1]
  • Leandro Pita Romero (8 October 1933 – 16 December 1933)[1]
  • Juan José Rocha García (16 December 1933 – 23 January 1935)[1]
  • Gerardo Abad Conde (23 January 1935 – 3 April 1935)[1]
  • Francisco Javier de Salas González (3 April 1935 – 6 May 1935)[1]
  • Antonio Royo Villanova (6 May 1935 – 25 September 1935)[1]
  • Pedro Rahola Molinas (25 September 1935 – 14 December 1935)[1]
  • Francisco Javier de Salas González (14 December 1935 – 30 December 1935)[1]
  • Antonio Azarola y Gresillón (30 December 1935 – 19 February 1936)[1]
  • José Giral Pereira (19 February 1936 – 22 August 1936)[1]
  • Francisco Matz Sánchez (22 August 1936 – 4 September 1936)[1]

Renamed into the Ministry of the Navy and Air (Ministerio de Marina y Aire)

Integrated into the Ministry of National Defense (Ministerio de Defensa Nacional)

Franco era, and transition to democracy

No. Portrait Minister Took office Left office Time in office Party Cabinet Ref.
1
Salvador Moreno
Moreno, SalvadorAdmiral
Salvador Moreno
(1886–1966)
9 August 193920 July 19455 years, 345 daysMilitaryFranco II[2]
2
Francisco Regalado
Regalado, FranciscoAdmiral
Francisco Regalado
(1881–1958)
20 July 194519 July 19515 years, 364 daysMilitaryFranco III[3]
(1)
Salvador Moreno
Moreno, SalvadorAdmiral
Salvador Moreno
(1886–1966)
19 July 195125 February 19575 years, 221 daysMilitaryFranco IV[4]
3
Felipe José Abárzuza
Abárzuza, Felipe JoséAdmiral
Felipe José Abárzuza
(1896–1970)
25 February 195711 July 19625 years, 136 daysMilitaryFranco V[5]
4
Pedro Nieto Antúnez
Antúnez, Pedro NietoAdmiral
Pedro Nieto Antúnez
(1898–1978)
11 July 196230 October 19697 years, 111 daysMilitaryFranco VIVII[6]
5
Adolfo Baturone Colombo
Baturone Colombo, AdolfoAdmiral
Adolfo Baturone Colombo
(1904–1999)
30 October 19699 June 19733 years, 222 daysMilitaryFranco VIII[7]
6
Gabriel Pita da Veiga
Pita da Veiga, GabrielAdmiral
Gabriel Pita da Veiga
(1909–1993)
12 June 197314 April 19773 years, 306 daysMilitaryCarrero Blanco
Arias Navarro III
Suárez I
[8][9][10][11]
7
Pascual Pery
Pery, PascualAdmiral
Pascual Pery
(1911–1989)
14 April 19775 July 197782 daysMilitarySuárez I[12]

Integrated into the Ministry of Defence (Ministerio de Defensa).

See also

References

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  2. ^ "Decretos de 9 de agosto de 1939 nombrando Ministros de Asuntos Exteriores a don Juan Beigbeder Atienza; Ejército, Al General de División D. José Enrique Varela Iglesias; Marina, Al Vicealmirante D. Salvador Moreno Fernández: Aire, al General de Brigada, D. Juan Yagüe Blanco: Justicia, a D. Esteban Bilbao Eguía; Hacienda, a don José Larraz López; Industria y Comercio, a don Luis Alarcón de la Lastra; Agricultura, a D. Joaquín Benjumea Burín; Educacion Nacional, a D. José Ibáñez Martín" (pdf). Boletín Oficial del Estado (in Spanish) (223). Agencia Estatal Boletín Oficial del Estado: 4376–4377. 11 August 1939. ISSN 0212-033X.
  3. ^ "Decreto de 20 de julio de 1945 por el que se nombra Ministro de Marina a don Francisco Regalado Rodríguez" (pdf). Boletín Oficial del Estado (in Spanish) (202). Agencia Estatal Boletín Oficial del Estado: 520. 21 July 1945. ISSN 0212-033X.
  4. ^ "Decreto de 19 de julio de 1951 por el que se nombra Ministro de Marina a don Salvador Moreno y Fernández" (pdf). Boletín Oficial del Estado (in Spanish) (201). Agencia Estatal Boletín Oficial del Estado: 3447. 20 July 1951. ISSN 0212-033X.
  5. ^ "Decreto de 25 de febrero de 1957 por el que se nombra Ministro de Marina a don Felipe José Abárzuza y Oliva" (pdf). Boletín Oficial del Estado (in Spanish) (57). Agencia Estatal Boletín Oficial del Estado: 1235. 26 February 1957. ISSN 0212-033X.
  6. ^ "Decreto 1495/1962, de 10 de julio, por el que se nombra Ministro de Marina a don Pedro Nieto Antúnez" (pdf). Boletín Oficial del Estado (in Spanish) (165). Agencia Estatal Boletín Oficial del Estado: 9653. 11 July 1962. ISSN 0212-033X.
  7. ^ "Decreto 2555/1969, de 29 de octubre, por el que se nombra Ministro de Marina a don Adolfo Baturone Colombo" (pdf). Boletín Oficial del Estado (in Spanish) (260). Agencia Estatal Boletín Oficial del Estado: 16977. 30 October 1969. ISSN 0212-033X.
  8. ^ "Decreto 1159/1973, de 11 de junio, por el que se nombran los Ministros del Gobierno" (pdf). Boletín Oficial del Estado (in Spanish) (140). Agencia Estatal Boletín Oficial del Estado: 11883. 12 June 1973. ISSN 0212-033X.
  9. ^ "Decreto 2/1974, de 3 de enero, por el que se nombran los Ministros del Gobierno" (pdf). Boletín Oficial del Estado (in Spanish) (4). Agencia Estatal Boletín Oficial del Estado: 179. 4 January 1974. ISSN 0212-033X.
  10. ^ "Decreto 3237/1975, de 11 de diciembre, por el que se nombran Ministros del Gobierno" (pdf). Boletín Oficial del Estado (in Spanish) (298). Agencia Estatal Boletín Oficial del Estado: 25861. 12 December 1975. ISSN 0212-033X.
  11. ^ "Real Decreto 1607/1976, de 7 de julio, por el que que se nombran los Ministros del Gobierno" (pdf). Boletín Oficial del Estado (in Spanish) (163). Agencia Estatal Boletín Oficial del Estado: 13385. 8 July 1976. ISSN 0212-033X.
  12. ^ "Real Decreto 655/1977, de 14 de abril, por el que se nombra Ministro de Marina a don Pascual Pery Junquera" (pdf). Boletín Oficial del Estado (in Spanish) (80). Agencia Estatal Boletín Oficial del Estado: 8219. 15 April 1977. ISSN 0212-033X.
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