Spain: 1808-1939

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Clarendon P., 1966 - Spain - 766 pages
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Survey of the economic, social, and political origins of modern Spain, tracing her failure to develop internal political stability during the period.

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This is a standard general history of Spain, by a sympathetic English historian, between the emergence of modern nationalism as a result of the Napoleonic invasion, and the fall of the Second Republic. Read full review

Contents

THE ECONOMIC STRUCTURE OF THE ANCIEN
1
TRADITIONAL SOCIETY AND ITS CRITICS
38
THE CRISIS OF THE ANCIEN REGIME 180814
79
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Sir Raymond Albert Maillard Carr, FBA, FRHS, FRSL (born on April 11, 1919 and died on April 20, 2015), known as Raymond Carr, was one of Britan's greatest historians. He specialized in the history of Spain, Latin America, and Sweden. From 1968 to 1987, he was Warden of St Antony's College, Oxford. He was best known for his 1966 book, Spain 1808-1939. Carr was made a "Knight Bachelor" in 1987. He died at age 96.

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