Reseña de «Twentieth-Century Spain: A History»

28 diciembre, 2016 at 21:04

In the context of Spain’s unabating public and scholarly debate around the country’s recent past, Julián Casanova and Carlos Gil Andrés’s Twentieth-Century Spain: A History performs a valuable public service. The book is a masterful synthesis of recent research, offering a readable and myth-busting account of Spain’s turbulent experience of Europe’s ‘dark’ century.



Reseña publicada en Journal of Contemporary History el 4 de octubre de 2016, accesible aquí.