José Pan de Soraluce

Category: Politician and diplomat
Birth Date: - (†19th march 1948)
Birth Place: A Coruña

After finishing his diplomatic studies, he was appointed to Paris, where he filled the office of vice-consul. During that time, he wrote some journalistic chronicles that were published in the newspaper El Noroeste under the pseudonym 'Micromegas'. Shortly after, he returned to A Coruña and was elected deputy in 1918. Three years later, he got a post in the Senate and in 1930, he was nominated as undersecretary of the Ministry of National Economy. After his political activity, he returned to the diplomatic career and was appointed to embassies of several countries. After the Civil War, he worked as a consultant in the Ministry of Industry and was the head of the European section of the Policy State Office of the Foreign Office. He dies in Madrid in 19th march of 1948.

 Work & Activities

In 1908, he published a narrative work titled La ciudad encantada.

 Other Interesting Aspects

The City Council of A Coruña dedicated him a street.