Book launch of Tomàs Ramon Amat. Aspectes biogràfics del metge manresà i polític republicà (1901-1937)
Plana de l'Om, 5
Tomàs Ramon Amat was a doctor from Manresa, known for his positions of responsibility as a medic in the republican army during the Civil War, who was captured in 1937 on the Aragon front and later assassinated, after an unfair trial, on the wall of the cemetery of Torrero, in Zaragoza.
His hometown, also that of Dr. Antoni Esteve i Subirana, payed tribute to him with the presentation of the book Tomàs Ramon Amat. Aspectes biogràfics del metge manresà i politic republicà (1901-1937), a publication that has had the collaboration of the Dr. Antoni Esteve Foundation. The presentation took place on October 5 at 7:00 p.m. in the Plana de l’Om auditorium in Manresa and was attended by its author, Armand Rotllan Verdaguer.
The presentation ceremony was also be attended by Dr. Jordi Aligué, president of the Bages district council of the Col·legi de Metges de Barcelona, Dr. Fèlix Bosch, director of the Dr. Antoni Esteve Foundation, and the mayor of Manresa, Marc Aloy, along with the historian Joaquim Aloy.
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