The general director of the Civil Guard participates in the presentation of the book "Men of honor"
Its author is the colonel of the Civil Guard Eduardo Martínez Viqueira, doctor in Contemporary History by the Complutense University of Madrid and other six Spanish public universities
The work analyzes the human and professional profile of the founder of the Civil Guard, the Duke of Ahumada, and recounts his role in the creation of the Body
The general director has highlighted the "important revelations" that this book reflects on the origin of the Civil Guard and the success it entailed in "the consolidation of the map of security in Spain"
The General Director of the Civil Guard, Félix Azón, participated this morning in the presentation of the book "Hombres de Honor". The work, written by the colonel of the Civil Guard Eduardo Martínez Viqueira and presented by the historian Emilio de Diego, recounts a human and professional profile of Francisco Javier Girón and Ezpeleta, Duke of Ahumada and founder of the Body. It is a story that narrates the life of the Duke and his role in the creation of the Civil Guard in 1844.