Monarchy and Liberalism in Spain The Building of the Nation-State, 1780–1931
War in Spain Appeasement, Collective Insecurity, and the Failure of European Democracies Against Fascism
Nineteenth Century Spain A New History
Claiming the City and Contesting the State Squatting, Community Formation and Democratization in Spain (1955–1986)
Guns, Culture and Moors Racial Perceptions, Cultural Impact and the Moroccan Participation in the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939)
The Foundations of Civil War Revolution, Social Conflict and Reaction in Liberal Spain, 1916–1923
By David San Narciso, Margarita Barral Martínez, Carolina Armenteros
May 30, 2022
Bringing together the work of top specialists and emerging scholars in the field, this volume is the first book-length study of the rapport between liberalism and the Spanish monarchy over the long nineteenth century in any language. It is at once a general overview and a set of original ...
By David Jorge
May 30, 2022
This work covers the international importance of the War in Spain through the two organizations that marked the multilateral action towards the conflict: The League of Nations and the Non-Intervention Committee. France and the United Kingdom diverted both deliberations as well as decision-making ...
By Javier Rodrigo
April 22, 2021
In this highly important book, Javier Rodrigo examines the role of Fascist Italy in the Spanish Civil War from 1936 to 1939. Fascist Italy’s intervention in the Spanish Civil War to provide material, strategic, and diplomatic assistance led to Italy becoming a belligerent in the conflict. Following...
By Angela Flynn
March 11, 2020
Although there is an established historiography on women’s roles during the Spanish Civil War (1936-9), little has been written on Nationalist women in the Republican-held zones. Women were the anti-Republican resisters of the first hour in the capital but they have been largely overlooked in the ...
By Mark Lawrence
June 24, 2019
Nineteenth century Spain deserves wider readership. Bedevilled by lost empires, wars, political instability and frustrated modernisation, the country appeared backward in relation to northern Europe and even in relation to much of its own geographical periphery. This new history, the first survey ...
By Inbal Ofer
August 14, 2018
The present book analyzes the relationship between internal migration, urbanization and democratization in Spain during the period of General Francisco Franco's dictatorship (1939-1975) and Spain's transition to democracy (1975-1982). Specifically, the book explores the production and management of...
By Sebastian Browne
August 14, 2018
This book focuses on an important but neglected aspect of the Spanish Civil War, the evolution of medical and surgical care of the wounded during the conflict. Importantly, the focus is from a mainly Spanish perspective – as the Spanish are given a voice in their own story, which has not always ...
By Danny Evans
April 26, 2018
This book analyses the processes of revolution and state reconstruction that took place in the Republican zone during the Spanish civil war. It focuses on the radical anarchists who sought to advance the revolutionary agenda. Their activity came into conflict with the leaders of the ...
By Ali Al Tuma
April 09, 2018
The history of the Moroccan troops in the Spanish Civil War (1936–1939) is the story of an encounter between two culturally and ethnically different people, and the attempts by both sides, Moroccan and Spanish, to take control of this contact. This book shows to what extent colonials could ...
By Peter Anderson, Miguel Ángel del Arco Blanco
January 06, 2017
Historians have only recently established the scale of the violence carried out by the supporters of General Franco during and after the Spanish Civil War of 1936-1939. An estimated 88,000 unidentified victims of Francoist violence remain to be exhumed from mass graves and given a dignified burial,...
By Francisco J. Romero Salvado
December 15, 2010
This book analyzes the decay of Liberal politics in Spain as the regional version of the general crisis that engulfed most of Europe between 1916 and 1923. Romero enriches the important wider debate about this watershed period of European history when, in the face of unprecedented mass ...
By Richard Baxell
October 12, 2015
During the Spanish Civil War of 1936-1939 almost 2,500 men and women left Britain to fight for the Spanish Republic. This book examines the role, experiences and contribution of the volunteers who fought in the British Battalion of the 15 International Brigadesasking: * Who were these ...