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January 1, 2020

Eduardo Barron Net Worth

Eduardo Barron makes how much a year? For this question we spent 24 hours on research (Wikipedia, Youtube, we read books in libraries, etc) to review the post.

The main source of income: Actors
Total Net Worth at the moment 2022 year – is about $177,1 Million.



Eduardo Barron information Birth date: September 7, 1888, Matanzas, Cuba Death date: January 13, 1949, Madrid, Spain Profession:Actor

Height, Weight

:How tall is Eduardo Barron – 1,80m.
How much weight is Eduardo Barron – 83kg


Eduardo Barron Net Worth
Eduardo Barron Net Worth
Eduardo Barron Net Worth
Eduardo Barron Net Worth


Eduardo Barr?n (full name Eduardo Barr?n y Ramos de Sotomayor, b. 7 September 1888 – d. 13 January 1949) was a Spanish aeronautical engineer and military pilot who led the design department at Talleres Loring from 1923 to 1930.
Biography,Eduardo Barron was born in a village in Colonial Cuba and his family moved to Spain towards the turn of the century, settling in Madrid. He studied at the Academy of Military Engineering of Guadalajara in 1902, becoming an apprentice lieutenant in 1907. Barron was posted to the Compania de Aeroestacion y Alumbrado en Campana aerostat section in 1908 under Colonel Vives, becoming a certified balloon pilot in July 1909. His unit was transferred to Spanish North Africa where he took part in the local military campaigns between 1909 and 1910.In 1911 Barron was transferred back to peninsular Spain where he was selected to become an aircraft pilot together with pioneering Spanish military airmen Alfredo Kindelan, Emilio Herrera, Enrique Arrillaga and Jose Ortiz Echague. Barron became the second person to pass the first Military pilot training course in Spain. The following year he was promoted as a Captain of the newly created Aeronautics section that was separated from the aerostat section under the orders of Alfredo Kindelan.In 1913 Barron was posted to the Tetouan aerodrome, where he was in charge of the Lohner B.I aircraft newly bought from Austria-Hungary. He carried out reconnaissance and light bombing in the Tetouan area as leader of the group.Early aircraft developmentIn 1914 Barron was transferred to Cuatro Vientos near Madrid in order to become involved in aircraft construction at the new military aircraft workshop. He modified the Lohner biplanes producing a new model that would be known as Barron Flecha, credited to be the first step of the Spanish aeronautical industry. The plane made its first flight in April 1915, following which he fitted the Flecha with a more powerful 140 hp Hispano-Suiza motor for a demonstration flight before King Alfonso XIII on 27 July. Following the successful demonstration the Carde y Escoriaza company, based in Saragossa, was commissioned to build twelve Flecha planes that would not be ready until 1916.Barron continued modifying the Flecha prototype, producing a new Hispano-Suiza-fitted model which had improved visibility for the pilot and which he named Barron W. Subsequently twelve Barron W were built at the Cuatro Vientos workshops. After a visit to France, where he studied in depth the building of the SPAD S.VII, he built a version of the same plane that he would designate Espana, also fitted with a Hispano-Suiza motor. The Loring Pujol y Cia company in Barcelona was commissioned with building twelve units of the Barron Espana, but these never entered active service owing to serious construction flaws.In 1917 Barron, left the military in order to lead the aviation section of La Hispano, a subsidiary company of Hispano-Suiza. He designed a reconnaissance and a fighter plane for the company in 1918, the Hispano Barron. However, the stock of cheap and more technologically advanced World War I planes available at the end of the conflict foreclosed any incentive for the development of a local aircraft industry for the time being.Barron returned to the military profession in 1920 and was posted to the Tablada Aerodrome near Seville. In August 1921 he became Commander and was transferred back to Cuatro Vientos in order to take charge of the direction of the workshops and stores (Talleres y Almacenes). In 1922 he was transferred again to Seville as chief of the military airbase and in October the same year he married Matilde de la Vega y Martinez de Mora.Engineer at Loring and retirementBarron returned to Cuatro Vientos in order to become chief engineer at a newly built aeronautical factory, Talleres Loring, which had won a contract to produce Fokker C.IV reconnaissance planes under licence.While at Loring Barron designed and tested his own planes in flight, beginning with the Loring RB military surveillance aircraft, an obscure monoplane prototype of which there are no data. Meanwhile, General Primo de Rivera took power and began a dictatorship that sought to protect and promote local industries. Thanks to this support, Barrons following project, the Loring R.I reconnaissance and light bomber, went into production and thirty units were built for the Aeronautica Militar of the Spanish Army. Based on this plane he designed and developed the Loring R-III, an aircraft of similar characteristics powered by a Hispano-Suiza 12Hb, which went into production with a total of 110 units built. These were delivered to the Aeronautica Militar beginning in 1929, still during Primo de Riveras dictatorship.Meanwhile, and despite the favorable situation the Spanish aeronautical industry enjoyed, other planes designed by Barron remained in the prototype stage. Among these the following deserve mention: the Loring R-II, the Loring C-I fighter, the Loring T.1 trainer, and the Loring E.II light plane powered by an Elizalde A6 110 hp radial engine. A modified E.II, named La Pepa and fitted with a Kinner K-5 motor, would be used by Fernando Rein Loring (1902-1978) in his solo flight from Madrid to Manila in 1932.By 1930 Barron suffered a stroke followed by hemiplegia and had to interrupt all professional activity at Loring Aeronautical Works. A prototype was built of his Loring T-3 three-engined commercial monoplane, also known as Barron Colonial in 1931,[11] but other designs, including the Loring B-2 a 4,000 kg payload bomber powered by six engines, remained in the project stage.In 1931 Eduardo Barron applied for retirement and obtained from the newly installed Spanish Republican government a substantial pension. Barron also finally was granted the aeronautical engineer title by the Republic, for until then he had been carrying out his successful engineering work without being academically certified. Around that time the Loring company began to face financial difficulties in the wake of the Great Depression and it became an uphill task for Jorge Loring to finance Barrons more ambitious aircraft projects.[12]Barron moved to Seville, his wifes town, in 1933 where he lived in semi-retirement. In July 1936, at the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War, he was commissioned by General Queipo de Llano to adapt local industries to the war effort. At the end of the civil war, he was promoted to the rank of Colonel of the Corps of Aeronautical Engineers. In 1944 he was given the largely ceremonial post of inspector at the Direccion General de Industria y Material, and had to move to Madrid, ascending to the rank of General in 1945. He died in Madrid in 1949, following a new stroke.


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