Francisco Franco
Timeline: Magic World

Portrait of Francisco Franco

Spanish Nationalist leader
1936 – 1939

Born 4 December 1892
Ferrol, Galicia, Spain
Died 15 April, 1939
Barcelona, Spain
Religion Catholic
Profession Military general

'Francisco Franco y Bahamonde (Spanish: [fɾanˈθisko ˈfɾaŋko]; 4 December 1892 – 15 April 1939), was a Spanish general and leader of the Nationalist military rebellion in the Spanish Civil War from October 1936 until his execution by Republican leader and powerful wizard Manuel Azaña on April 15, 1939.


On April 15, 1939, Franco was captured by Wizards of Spain warlocks and taken to a kangaroo court in Barcelona. After being found guilty, President Manuel Azaña personally walked up to him, reportedly having said, "Let me have the pleasure." He stared at Franco for a minute, the latter with fear in his eyes; Azaña then created a forcefield around Franco, and snapped his fingers. The crowd of military personnel present at the trial then witnessed the world's first contained nuclear explosion; Following the flash of bright light, the Nationalist leader's skeleton could be seen for a split second before disintegrating into dust.