Directors: Carlos Sanz Díaz and Zorann Petrovici.
This afternoon at 18:30 the book The Great War in Spain by Alfonso XIII, by Carlos Sanz Díaz and Zorann Petrovici is presented at the Escuela Diplomática (Paseo de Juan XXIII, 5). Rafael Guardans Cambó, president of the Board of Trustees of FIES; María Ángeles Lario González, professor of Contemporary History at the UNED; Ramiro Domínguez Hernánz, director of Sílex Ediciones; Carlos Sanz Díaz, professor of Contemporary History at the UCM, and Zorann Petrovici, doctor of Contemporary History at the UCM will participate in the presentation. Indispensable confirmation via EventbriTe in this link.
The Great War of the 14th was a shock to the conscience of our contemporaries and caused profound changes in all areas of life. Spain remained officially neutral during the four years of the conflict, but it was not isolated and did not stay away from the war and its consequences. On the contrary, the conflict affected the lives of the Spanish people in many ways and forever disrupted the country’s political and cultural practices. This work offers a fresh look at the impact of the First World War on Spain, a country where official neutrality was contrasted with strong social belligerence and which was exposed to the same winds of change that ended up sweeping away the structures of the past around the world.
Binding: Soft cover
Publisher: SILEX EDICIONES
RPP: 21,85 euros