The Pablo Iglesias Foundation and the Classroom of Social History organize a new session of the Franco Seminar in books. A cycle dedicated to the study of Franco in its various facets, through those books that have contributed to improve their knowledge in recent years. Analyzed by their authors, the books themselves are the protagonists of a conference open to debate and public participation.
This seminar is directed by Gutmaro Gómez Bravo, professor of Department of Contemporary History of the Universidad Complutense de Madrid.
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Poland’s National Day
The Constitution of May 3, 1791, approved that day by the Polish-Lithuanian confederation as “Government Act”, is recognized as the first constitution in Europe and second worldwide, after the United States’. It Introduced political equality between the people and the nobility and peasants were put under government protection.
Its Approval caused the War in Defense of the Constitution, first with Prussia and then with Russia.
This Constitution remained the reference to restore the country’s sovereignty after the disappearance of the Republic of Poland in 1795. Poland regained the Constitution and its sovereignty after World War I, in November 1918.
Europe Day celebrates peace and unity of the European continent. The date is the anniversary of the historic Schuman Declaration. In a speech in Paris in 1950 speech, the French Foreign Minister outlined his idea of a new form of political cooperation in Europe to do unthinkable a new war between European nations. Schuman’s proposal is considered the beginning of what is now the European Union and since then celebrations occur every May 9th.