Spain; a modern history.

Ann Arbor, University of Michigan Press [1965] .

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Subjects Spain -- History.
Series University of Michigan history of the modern world.
Description viii, 508, xxxiv pages maps 25 cm.
Copyright Date [1965]
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 501-508).
Contents Ancient Spain -- The Visigothic revolution -- Visigothic civilization -- The Moslem conquest -- The civilization of Moslem Spain -- The rise of the Christian states -- The great advance -- Medieval Christian civilization -- Progress toward Spanish unity -- Conquest of the Moslem Kingdom; The New World -- Spain as a European power, 1475-1515 -- The institutions of the Catholic Kings -- The reign of Charles V -- The age of Philip II -- The decline of the Spanish Habsburgs -- Political and economic problems of the seventeenth century -- The end of the golden century -- The reign of Philip V -- The sons of Philip V -- Spain and France, 1788-1808 -- The defiance of Napoleon, 1808-1814 -- Political and economic stagnation -- The reaction of Ferdinand VII -- The disputed succession -- The reign of Isabel II -- Spanish civilization in the early nineteenth century -- The failure of Amadeo and the First Republic -- The reign of Alfonso XII, 1875-85 -- The regency of Maria Cristina -- The reign of Alfonso XIII -- The directory of Primo de Rivera -- The democratic trend and the cultural scene -- The Second Republic -- The Civil War -- The Franco Regime -- Spain and the world.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Spain
Network Numbers (OCoLC)652418
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Smith, Rhea Marsh, 1907-1991.
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