He passed through the jails of Baza, Jaén and Torrijos (Madrid). In the fourteen months in which he was imprisoned he did not stop reading and studying; he perfected his English and taught other prisoners how to read. His wife was also in prison for a time, which left his daughter Julia, thirteen years old, without custody. Accused of “aid to the rebellion”, he was tried in council of war and condemned to death.

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