Perfect! You subscribed to newsletter.
Clara Campoamor was the politician who on October 1, 1931 defended and managed to get women's suffrage approved in Congress in Spain. His whole life reflects one achievement after another, an extraordinary personal improvement.
He was born in Madrid in the convulsive and depressed Spain of 1898. He had to work from the age of ten, due to the death of his father, while training on his own as he could. In 1909, when she turned 19, the first competitions for female telegraph assistants were called: the first telegrapher entered what we now know as the Post Office in 1881. Clara thus obtained a place in the first state company that incorporated women into its workforce.
Product of Filatelia Correos, sold and sent by Correos
Seal size: 40.9 x 28.8 mm (vertical)
Postal value of each stamp: € 1.00 (sold in pack of 5)
Publication Date: April 29, 2022
Product exempt from VAT.