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    Alfonso XIII [b] (17 May 1886 – 28 February 1941), also known as El Africano or the African, [c] was King of Spain from 17 May 1886 to 14 April 1931, when the Second Spanish Republic was proclaimed. He was a monarch from birth as his father, Alfonso XII, had died the previous year.

  2. Alfonso XIII, (born May 17, 1886, Madrid, Spain—died February 28, 1941, Rome, Italy), Spanish king (1902–31) who by authorizing a military dictatorship hastened his own deposition by advocates of the Second Republic. The posthumous son of Alfonso XII, Alfonso XIII was immediately proclaimed king under the regency of his mother, María Cristina.

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  3. Alfonso XIII de España 1 ( Madrid, 17 de mayo de 1886 – Roma, 28 de febrero de 1941) fue rey de España desde su nacimiento hasta la proclamación de la Segunda República Española el 14 de abril de 1931. Asumió personalmente la Corona al cumplir los dieciséis años de edad, el 17 de mayo de 1902.

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  4. Jun 11, 2018 · Alfonso XIII views 2,596,359 updated Jun 11 2018 Alfonso XIII Alfonso XIII (1886-1941) was king of Spain from 1886 to 1931. His troubled reign was characterized by violent class conflict, political instability, and dictatorship. Alfonso was born in Madrid on May 17, 1886, 6 months after the death of his father, King Alfonso XII.

  5. ALFONSO XIII (1886–1941) A member of the Bourbon Dynasty, ruled as king of Spain from 1886 until 1931. Alfonso XIII was born king; his father, Alfonso XII (r. 1875–1885), died six months before his birth. Alfonso XIII 's mother, Queen María Christina of Habsburg-Lorraine (1858–1929), ruled as regent until he reached his sixteenth birthday.

  6. Alfonso XIII of Spain (King of Spain from 1886 to 1931) Alfonso XIII of Spain, also known as El Africano, was the King of Spain from his birth in 1886 until the establishment of the Second Republic in 1931. The posthumous son of Alfonso XII, he grew up alongside two elder sisters under the regency of their mother, María Cristina.

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