6 edition of Spain at war found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 274-283) and index.
|Statement||George Esenwein and Adrian Shubert.|
|Contributions||Shubert, Adrian, 1953-|
|LC Classifications||DP269 .E74 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xi, 313 p. :|
|Number of Pages||313|
|ISBN 10||0582552729, 0582259436|
|LC Control Number||94022117|
Spain comes to grips with its past under Franco in this evocative first-person account — part social history and part travelogue. Hell and Good Company: The Spanish Civil War and The World It Made (Richard Rhodes, ). Reporters, writers, artists, and doctors who witnessed the Spanish Civil War tell their extraordinary stories. War Fever looks at America in the First World War through the lens of three interwoven stories, all tied to Boston in baseball legend Babe Ruth, Boston Symphony Orchestra conductor Karl Muck.
A New York Times Bestseller “Excellent and involving What makes [Hochschild’s] book so intimate and moving is its human scale.” —Dwight Garner, New York Times “With all due respect to Orwell, Spain in Our Hearts should supplant Homage to Catalonia as the best introduction to the conflict written in English. A humane and moving book, it is well-paced and meant to be read rather. Spain in Our Hearts is a well-researched book about American volunteers who fought in the Abraham Lincoln Brigade on the side of the Republic during the Spanish Civil War. Hochschild relies upon published and unpublished memoirs and the correspondence of soldiers, behind-the-lines spouses, journalists and celebrities to shape his book/5().
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SPAIN AT WAR is a fascinating book that I was assigned to read while taking Spanish history in college, but that I subsequently enjoyed and reread several times afterward, even writing notes in the margins in order to deepen my understanding of the themes.
It is a British book, so ultimately it is from foreigners' perspectives and a little 3/5(1). The Spanish Civil War is a book by British historian Hugh Thomas, first published in London by Eyre & Spottiswoode (xxix, pages, illustrated with photos and maps).
It won the Somerset Maugham Prize in A second revised edition was published by Penguin Books in A third, revised and enlarged edition was Spain at war book in by Harper & Row, which was printed again in and Cited by: The Spanish Civil War.
This edition published in by Quadrangle Books in Chicago. Edition Notes Bibliography: p.  Articles and news reports from the New York times. "A New York times book." Classifications Dewey Decimal Class Library of Congress DPJ17 The Physical Object Pagination vii, p.
Number of pages ID ISBN: On the 82nd anniversary of the outbreak of the Spanish Civil War, The Local takes a look at the best books on the conflict. The three year long bloody conflict that divided Spain pitting brother against brother in a pre-cursor to the Second World War inspired great writing and has continued to fascinate historians to this day.
Domestic politics. During World War II, Spain was governed by an autocratic government, but despite Franco's own pro-Axis leanings and debt of gratitude to Benito Mussolini and Adolf Hitler, the government was divided between Germanophiles and the war started, Juan Beigbeder Atienza, an Anglophile, was the minister of foreign affairs.
The rapid German advance in Europe. One of the best books set in Spain we’ve read is the classic, ‘The Shadow of the Wind’ (‘La Sombra del Viento’) by Carlos Ruiz Zafón.
It is set in Barcelona during the s in the period following the Spanish Civil War (). The story follows a young boy called Daniel who discovers a book by a mysterious author (Julian. Anglo-Spanish War (–30) Spain England United Provinces: Victory. Treaty of Madrid; Spain seeks and signs peace treaty with England in light of imminent war with France; Treaty of Madrid, similar to previous Anglo-Spanish treaty although somewhat less strict regarding trade; Spanish expedition to Formosa () Spanish East Indies: Kingdom.
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Here you'll find current best sellers in books, new releases in books, deals in books, Kindle eBooks, Audible audiobooks, and so much more. The Rif War (Spanish: Guerra del Rif, Arabic: حروب الريف Ḥarb ar-Rīf) was an armed conflict fought from to between the colonial power Spain (later joined by France) and the Berber tribes of the Rif mountainous region of by Abd el-Krim, the Riffians at first inflicted several defeats on the Spanish forces by using guerrilla tactics and captured European.
So Herbert’s book on Guernica is one that I would always include in the five most important books on the Spanish Civil War in any language. And he certainly had a lot of influence on other historians, particularly in Spain. Indeed, Helen Graham’s book The Spanish Republic at War is dedicated to him.
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Spain in Our Hearts: Americans in the Spanish Civil War, – is a non-fiction book by Adam Hochschild that was first published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt on Ma The book is an account of the American volunteers who participated in the Spanish Civil War from to The story centers around several American volunteer fighters and journalists, tracing their.
Yet this book makes me think that in some crazy way the Spanish Civil War, for all it's barbarity and cruelty, helped shape the modern nation the world recognizes as Spain today.
Much like the United States and the American people were shaped by the American Civil War, it is the same in s: The Spanish Civil War, soon after Colonel Tejero held the Cortes hostage at gunpoint in an attempt to overthrow the democracy which had emerged under King Juan Carlos.
Then, four years ago, my Spanish publisher, Gonzalo Pontón, persuaded me to rewrite the book completely. The idea was to use all the research carried out so painstakingly by.
Three Great Books about the Spanish Flu Outbreak The Editors 4/28 are a number of theories on the Spanish Flu’s origin it was clearly linked to conditions related to the first World War. The civil war that tore through Spain in the mids remains one of the most controversial subjects in the country today.
Until the end of the ensuing dictatorship – which lasted until General Franco’s death in – it was particularly difficult for Spanish authors to write about what took place.
The Spanish Civil War took place from to and was fought between the Republicans, who were loyal to the democratic, left-leaning Second Spanish Republic, and the Nationalists, a falangist group led by General Francisco Franco. “The Ten Years’ War, also known as “the Great War,” which started in became the first of three wars of Cuban Independence.
In Octoberfollowing the defeat of the Confederacy and five years into the Cuban revolution, Fry became Captain of a side-wheeler, the S/S Virginius. Rif War (–26), conflict between Spanish colonial forces and Rif peoples led by Muhammad Abd el-Krim. It was fought mainly in the Rif, a mountainous region of northern Morocco.
The war was the last and perhaps most significant of many confrontations between the Berber peoples inhabiting the region and the Spanish. This introduction to the Spanish Civil War is the second book from George Levrier-Jones.
The book considers the brutal war that arose between the political left and right in Spain over the years The topics in the book include:Reviews:. went to war to help Cuba win its independence from Spain. U.S. involvement in Latin America and Asia increased greatly as a result of the war and continues today.
WHY IT MATTERS NOWWHY IT MATTERS NOW Early inJames Creelman traveled to Cuba as a New York World reporter, covering the second Cuban war for independ-ence from Spain.Buy Spanish Civil War books from today.
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