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Historias Orales De La Guerra Civil por Alvaro De Diego Alfonso Bullon De Mendoza

Titulo del libro: Historias Orales De La Guerra Civil

Autor: Alvaro De Diego Alfonso Bullon De Mendoza

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Origin of the Franco regime and a reminder of the peaceful Transition to democracy, civil war is undoubtedly the most decisive event in our recent history. Oral histories of the civil war, elaborated from almost one thousand personal testimonies, tries to contribute to the writing of an unavoidable chapter of the collective memory of the Spaniards. Far from the narration of the great military and political protagonists of the conflict, this is a story of the daily life of those who were immersed in that painful episode. The life of combatants, children, women, etc., is narrated by its protagonists, addressing themes so often forgotten by "great history" as the ways to seek shelter and sustenance, or to live family and sentimental relationships in an altered context By the conflict. All this without forgetting the constant presence of muerte.Alfonso Bullón de Mendoza and Gómez de Valugera is doctor in Contemporary History, with Extraordinary Prize, by the Universidad Complutense de Madrid. Director since 1995 of the Department of History and Thought of the University of San Pablo-CEU, he is the author of more than sixty publications, including The First Carlist War, The Carlist Wars in his documents and The Alcazar of Toledo: the end of A polemic (in collaboration with L. Togores). Álvaro de Diego holds a degree in Journalism from the Universidad San Pablo-CEU in Madrid (Prize for Academic Excellence). He is a Fellow of Research and Teaching of the Department of History and Thought of the Faculty of Humanities.Origin of the Franco regime and a reminder of the peaceful Transition to democracy, civil war is undoubtedly the most decisive event in our recent history. Oral histories of the civil war, elaborated from almost one thousand personal testimonies, tries to contribute to the writing of an unavoidable chapter of the collective memory of the Spaniards. Far from the narration of the great military and political protagonists of the conflict, this is a story of the daily life of those who were immersed in that painful episode. The life of combatants, children, women, etc., is narrated by its protagonists, addressing themes so often forgotten by "great history" as the ways to seek shelter and sustenance, or to live family and sentimental relationships in an altered context By the Conflict All this without forgetting the constant presence of muerte.Alfonso Bullón de Mendoza and Gómez de Valugera is doctor in Contemporary History, with Extraordinary Prize, by the Universidad Complutense of Madrid. Director since 1995 of the Department of History and Thought of the University of San Pablo-CEU, he is the author of more than sixty publications, including The First Carlist War, The Carlist Wars in his documents and The Alcazar of Toledo: the end of A polemic (in collaboration with L. Togores). Álvaro de Diego holds a degree in Journalism from the Universidad San Pablo-CEU in Madrid (Prize for Academic Excellence). He is a Research and Teaching Fellow of the Department of History and Thought of the Faculty of Humanities.