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Response to Review no. 124

I am grateful for Dr. Vincent’s comments in her review of my book Twentieth Century Spain. They are very clear and should prove extremely helpful in a possible future revision of that text. As the reviewer points out it is not easy to produce a synthetic account of Spain’s troubled century. In contrast to theContinue reading “Response to Review no. 124”

Deadly Embrace. Morocco and the Road to the Spanish Civil War

Deadly Embrace is not only a well-written and thoroughly documented book but also a necessary and vital contribution to the study of the turbulent and often violent first four decades of twentieth century Spain. Not surprisingly, in a country whose political destiny has unfortunately been determined far too often by praetorian intervention, there is aContinue reading “Deadly Embrace. Morocco and the Road to the Spanish Civil War”