Author: W. Kristjan Arnold
Title: The Reign in Spain Fall & Rise of the Spanish Monarchy
Print Length: 480
Language: English, Francais, Italiano, Espanol, Deutsch
Format: PDF, ePub, mobi, azw, kf8, txt, ibook, Kindle
Spain is a country rich in culture and tradition, though often misunderstood beyond its borders. Examined herein is Spain’s turbulent 20th century, a period of political upheaval marked by a gruesome civil war and multiple regime changes. Throughout all the turmoil, one constant on the nation’s political landscape has been the Spanish Monarchy. This book offers compelling insights on how the Bourbon Dynasty survived Republics, Franco’s Dictatorship, assassinations, coups, and a myriad of other adverse obstacles. It is a saga of how the Monarchy fell in the 1930’s, how Royalists plotted and schemed to get the throne back, and how that goal was achieved more than 40 years later. moreover, it is an intriguing tale of power and perseverance, and the ultimate triumph over tyranny. Enjoy this fascinating story of a Royal family’s struggle to deliver democracy to a nation starved for freedom and human rights.