Ramfis Trujillo

Dominican Republic general Ramfis Trujillo

Lieutenant General Rafael Leonidas Trujillo Martínez, better known as Ramfis Trujillo, was the son of Rafael Leónidas Trujillo Molina and María Martínez. Like his close friend (and for a time brother-in-law) Porfirio Rubirosa, he was regarded by most as a reckless and spoiled playboy, though he is also remembered for his ruthlessness and cruelty. He took control of the Dominican Republic on 30 May 1961, after his father was assassinated.
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Birthday
05 June 1929

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“Mi abuelo no fue un monstruo” proclama nieto de Trujillo - Periódico Primicias
Google News - over 6 years
_ “Mi abuelo no fue un monstruo y la familia Trujillo no tiene que pedirle perdón al pueblo dominicano”, afirmó en entrevista ayer con el New York Times, Ramfis Trujillo Domínguez, nieto del sátrapa Rafael Leonidas Trujillo Molina (Chapita) y que para
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Gobierno destina RD10 MM remozamiento parroquia construyó Trujillo en SC - El Nuevo Diario (República Dominicana)
Google News - over 6 years
Al referirse al mausoleo construido por orden del tirano Rafael Leonidas Trujillo Molina, donde su cuerpo permaneció por tres meses tras ser ajusticiado, y luego por orden de su hijo Ramfis Trujillo trasladado a España, dijo que el lugar histórico está
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La vida social en la Era giraba en torno a los Trujillo - Hoy Digital (República Dominicana)
Google News - over 6 years
... que era el Roof Garden (el jardín de azotea), (donde regularmente se realizaban las actividades) a estas celebraciones solían asistir Angelita y Ramfis Trujillo, Rhadamés aún era muy pequeño para los años 1943 -1944”, dijo Matos Berrido a Rostros
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Refutando a Gómez Bergés - Listín Diario
Google News - over 6 years
Fue más lejos, desde Costa Rica esbozó que era posible arribar a un proceso democrático con la presencia de Ramfis Trujillo en el país. Esta primera opción del 'trujillismo sin Trujillo' -que tuvo tres versiones- contó inicialmente con el apoyo de
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The DR for Cubans: Fatal Attraction? - Havana Times
Google News - over 6 years
He was the leader's personal secretary and the private tutor of his intractable first-born, Ramfis Trujillo. Beyond his formal duties he was involved in all the seamy quarrels of the era and was part of the power hungry clan led by the dictator's wife
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¿Atracción fatal? - CUBAENCUENTRO.com
Google News - over 6 years
Se trata de un gallego exiliado, líder de segundo rango del Partido Socialista Obrero Español, quien en República Dominicana se puso al servicio de Trujillo, fue su secretario particular y preceptor del intratable primogénito Ramfis Trujillo
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ART; A Dictator Of Politics But Not the Imagination
NYTimes - about 18 years
IN This House Trujillo Is Chief!'' a series of 15 related paintings and works on paper by Freddy Rodriguez, does not, at least on the surface, look like a show of political art. The colors are garish and redolent of the Caribbean, and a viewer is seduced more than he is lectured to. But the political content is stronger and more moving because Mr.
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    THIRTIES
  • 1969
    Age 39
    He died on 27 December 1969, in Spain, from pneumonia, in a hospital after being severely injured in a car accident, a fate similar to Rubirosa's, 11 days earlier in the outskirts of Madrid.
  • 1966
    Age 36
    Trujillo was driving at the time of the accident a Ferrari 330GT sports car (s/n 9151), a blue 2-door purchased in 1966.
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  • 1962
    Age 32
    In 1962, he settled down in Spain where he was protected by Generalisimo Francisco Franco.
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  • 1961
    Age 31
    Both internal and external pressures forced him into exile late in 1961, when he fled back to France, along with all of the surviving Trujillos, aboard the famed yacht Angelita (still sailing today as the cruise ship Sea Cloud), with his father's casket, which was allegedly lined with $4 million in cash, jewels and important papers.
    On 30 May 1961, his father was assassinated in a plot to end the 31-year-long dictatorial regime.
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    He took control of the Dominican Republic on 30 May 1961, after his father was assassinated.
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  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1935
    Age 5
    In 1935 Trujillo married the mother of "Ramfis", Maria Martinez Alba, and (he) became legitimized."
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  • 1929
    Born
    "Ramfis", Rafael L. Trujillo Molina, Jr., the oldest son of Trujillo, was born in 1929 when his mother was married to a Cuban, who rejected him as his son.
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