2 edition of agony of Spain found in the catalog.
agony of Spain
William J Armstrong
|Statement||A dissertation...for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy, Department of History|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||195 l., typed.|
|Number of Pages||195|
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The agony of Spanish liberalism: from revolution to dictatorship [Francisco J Romero Salvadó; Angel Smith;] -- "An exploration of the causes of the growing schism within Spanish society betweenand the political polarisation and social violence that culminated in the Spanish Civil War.
Essays. Pablo Moran, of Oviedo, Spain, is an international arbiter, a national master and author of seven other chess books. Frank X. Mur is a Spanish translator and interpreter living in Oakland, California.
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Recounting: Antagony, Book I surveys the social history of Barcelona and Catalonia, primarily since the end of the Spanish Civil War in The novel follows the youth and education of Raúl Ferrer Gaminde, son of a well-connected, middle-class Catalan family that embraces Franco and Spanish Nationalism/5.
Romero Salvadó, Angel Smith. The agony of Jesus is an imaginary account of what the author thinks it may have been like for Our Lord during the passion. It is possibly a reasonable story and I have no problem with it itself. Having read the New Testament I wasn’t surprised by the story at all though it is meritorious to repeatedly read about it and dwell on it and it’s /5().
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ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xvii, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm. Contents: The socioeconomic setting --A modern labor force and social legislation --The emergence of modern labor organization --Early development of the General Workers Union (UGT) --The trials and tribulations of labor in Catalonia --Catholic labor: ecclesiastical myopia and disaster.
Agony and, in sporadic spasms, ecstasy too. This is a recent reissue of a book that first came out in It mainly covers the latter part of Alekhine’s life and career, when he had fled from Nazi Germany to settle in Spain and then later Portugal. Born at the Royal Palace of El Pardo, Maria Amalia was the second surviving daughter of King Carlos IV of Spain (–) and his wife Maria Luisa of Parma (–), a granddaughter of Louis XV of France.
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