I am trying to find out what the expected age of retirement was for men in Spain in 1936.
I tried searching the Internet but the results I found were for recent years and not time past.
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In the Ley del Retiro Obrero from 1919, the age for retirement of workers was established at 65 years.
The Law was applied from 1923 on, but it was criticized by the patrons and the high corruption made the Second Republic (1931-1936) to develop a different law, which wasn't finished due to the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939).
Members of the army got special ages of retirement in 1931 through the Law for the Reform of the Army.