Advertisement

Spain

Estado EspaÑol
  • S. H. Steinberg
Part of the The Statesman’s Yearbook book series (SYBK)

Abstract

The Second Republic was proclaimed in Spain on April 14, 1931, and ended with General Franco’s victory on 1 April, 1939. (The First Republic continued from 1873 to 1875.)

Preview

Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.

Unable to display preview. Download preview PDF.

Books of Reference

Books of Reference concerning Spain and Colonies: 1. Official Publications

  1. Armario Estadistico de España. Madrid. Annual.Google Scholar
  2. Nomenclâtor de las ciudades, villas, lugares, aldeas, y demas entidades de población de España, formado por la Direccion General del Institute Geográfico y Estadistico con referencia al 31 de Diciembre de 1920. 2 vols. Madrid, 1922.Google Scholar
  3. Boletin de Estadistica, Published by the Direccion General de Estadistica. Madrid. Quarterly. (Ko. 1. January–March, 1939.)Google Scholar
  4. The History and Development of the Spanish Eailways from 1920 to the present time. 3 vols. Issued by the Spanish Superior Railway Board. Madrid, 1940.Google Scholar

2. Non-Official Publications

  1. Adams (N. B.), The Heritage of Spain. New York, 1943.Google Scholar
  2. Altamira y C’revea (R.), Historia de Espana y de la Civilizacion Española. 4 vols. Barcelona, 1902.Google Scholar
  3. — English Translation. London, 1930.Google Scholar
  4. Anderson (Ruth M.), Gallegan Proviuces of Spain : Pontevedra and La Coruña. (Hispani notes and monographs. Travel series.) New York, 1939.Google Scholar
  5. Arcangues (P. d), Le Destin de l’Espagne. Paris, 1938.Google Scholar
  6. Arija (J.), La Guinea Espanola y sus Riquezas. Madrid, 1930.Google Scholar
  7. Atkinson (Prof. W.), Spain : A Brief History. London, 1934.Google Scholar
  8. Âunos (E.), L’Espagne contemporaine. Paris, 1939.Google Scholar
  9. Baedeker’s Spanien und Portugal, 5th ed. Leipzig, 1929.Google Scholar
  10. — Madiera, Canary Islands, Azores, Western Morocco. London, 1939.Google Scholar
  11. Bandella y Bárcena (J. César), Butas de Imperio. Madrid, 1940.Google Scholar
  12. Bertrand (L.), Histoire d’Espagne. Paris, 1932.Google Scholar
  13. — English translation. Part I by Louis Bertrand; Part II by Louis Bertrand and Sir Charles Petrie. London, 1934.Google Scholar
  14. — Espagne. Paris, 1934.Google Scholar
  15. Borkenau (Franz), The Spanish Cockpit. London, 1937.Google Scholar
  16. Brennan (Gerald), The Spanish Labyrinth. London, 1943.Google Scholar
  17. Brown (A. S.), Madeira, Canary Islands and Azores [Guide Book]. 13th ed. London, 1927.Google Scholar
  18. Buckley (H.), Life and Death of the Spanish Republic. London, 1940.Google Scholar
  19. Campoamor (Clara), La Révolution espagnole vue par une Républicaine. Paris, 1937.Google Scholar
  20. Castillejo (José), Wars of Ideas in Spain. London, 1937.Google Scholar
  21. Christiansen (F.), Das spanische Yolk. Sein wahres Gesicht. Leipzig, 1937.Google Scholar
  22. Coles (S. F. A.), Spain Everlasting. London, 1945.Google Scholar
  23. Del Vayo (J. Alvarez), Freedom’s Battle. London, 1940.Google Scholar
  24. Deulofeu (A.), Catalunya i l’Europa futura. Barcelona, 1934.Google Scholar
  25. Dorado (C. Marciai), Espana pintoresca : The Life and Customs of Spain in Story and Legend. Boston, 1921.Google Scholar
  26. Dundas (L:), Behind the Spanish Mask. London, 1943.Google Scholar
  27. Ellis (Havelock), The Soul of Spain. London, 1937.Google Scholar
  28. Gallop (R.), A Book of the Basques. London, 1930.Google Scholar
  29. Ganivet (A.), Spain : An Interpretation. London, 1946.Google Scholar
  30. Gannes (H.) and Repard (T.), Spain in Revolt. New York, 1936.Google Scholar
  31. Garcia (M.), Historia de Espana. Madrid, 1934.Google Scholar
  32. Garcia Venero (M.), Historia del Nacionalismo Vasco, 1793–1936. Madrid, 1945.Google Scholar
  33. Garcitoral (Alicio), Espana en Pie. La Revolución de 1930 y otros ensayos. Madrid, 1931.Google Scholar
  34. Gheude (C.), Espagne. Paris, 1936.Google Scholar
  35. Gomez (Carlos A.), La Guerra de España (1936–1939). 2 vols. Buenos Aires, 1939.Google Scholar
  36. Guinea López (E.), Espana el Desierto. Madrid, 1945.Google Scholar
  37. — Aspecto Forestal del Desierto. Madrid, 1945.Google Scholar
  38. Hamilton (T. J.), Appeasement’s Child : The Franco Régime in Spain. New York and London, 1943.Google Scholar
  39. Hielscher (K.), Picturesque Spain. London, 1922.Google Scholar
  40. Hume (M. A. S.), Spain : Its Greatness and Decay. 3rd ed. Cambridge, 1924.Google Scholar
  41. — History of Modern Spain, 1788–1918. New ed. London, 1923.Google Scholar
  42. Jacobs (J.), Inquiry into the Sources of the History of the Jews in Spain. London, 1894.Google Scholar
  43. Kom (J.), La Revolutión Española. Barcelona, 1934.Google Scholar
  44. Kreissmann (F.), Das Spanische Agrarproblem und die Versuche zu einer Lösung. Stuttgart, 1934.Google Scholar
  45. Lafuente (M.) and Volera (J.), Historia General de Espana. New ed. 25 vols. Barcelona, 1925.Google Scholar
  46. Lannoy De (C.) and Vander Linden (H.), Histoire de l’Expansion Coloniale des Peuples Européens. Vol. I. Spain and Portugal. Brussels, 1908.Google Scholar
  47. Latronico (E.), Spagna Economica : Oggi e Domani. Milan, 1938.Google Scholar
  48. Lea (H. C.), History of the Inquisition of Spain. 4 vols., completed 1907. London.Google Scholar
  49. Legendre (M.), En Espagne. Paris, 1935.Google Scholar
  50. — Nouvelle histoire d’Espagne. Paris, 1938.Google Scholar
  51. Lema (Marqués de), Spain since 1815. Cambridge, 1921.Google Scholar
  52. López Olivan (J.), Repertorio Diplomatico Españo. [Collection of treaties, 1125–1935.] Madrid, 1944.Google Scholar
  53. McBride (R. M.), Spanish Towns and People. London, 1926.Google Scholar
  54. Madariaga (S. de), Spain. London, 1942.Google Scholar
  55. Maeztu (Ramiro de), Defensa de la Hispanidad. Madrid, 1934.Google Scholar
  56. Manuel (F. E.), The Politics of Modern Spain. London, 1938.Google Scholar
  57. Martins (J. P. de Oliveira), A History of Iberian Civilization. Oxford, 1930.Google Scholar
  58. Martos Avila (P.), Indice Legislativo de Guinea. Madrid, 1944.Google Scholar
  59. Maurin (J.), La Revolución Espanola. Madrid, 1932.Google Scholar
  60. Mendizabal (Alfred), The Martyrdom of Spain. London, 1938.Google Scholar
  61. Mercadal (J. Garcia), Espana vista por los extranjeros. 2 vols. Madrid, 1919.Google Scholar
  62. Merriman (R. B.), The Rise of the Spanish Empire in the Old World and in the New. 4 vols. New York, 1918–34.Google Scholar
  63. Messerli (F. M.), A B C Politico de La Nueva España. Barcelona, 1940.Google Scholar
  64. Miguel (A. de), El Potencial Económico de España. Madrid, 1935.Google Scholar
  65. Muirhead (F.), Southern Spain and Portugal, with Madeira, the Canary Islands, and the Azores. (The Blue Guides.) London, 1929.Google Scholar
  66. — Northern Spain with the Balearic Islands. London, 1930.Google Scholar
  67. Orenga (J. B.), Contestaciones al Cuestionario Oficial de Doctrina del Movimiento. Madrid, 1941.Google Scholar
  68. Onega y Gasset (José), Invertebrate Spain. New York and London, 1937.Google Scholar
  69. Peers (E. A.), Spain : A Companion to Spanish Travel. London, 1930.Google Scholar
  70. — The Spanish Tragedy, 1930–1936. London, 1936.Google Scholar
  71. — Catalonia Infelix. London, 1937.Google Scholar
  72. — Spain in Eclipse, 1937–1939. London, 1943.Google Scholar
  73. Perpiña Grau (R.), Colonización y Economia en la Guinea Espanola. Barcelona, 1945.Google Scholar
  74. Pobers (M.), La Crise espagnole. Vol. 1. L’Espagne et la S.D.N. Paris, 1937.Google Scholar
  75. Poole (S. Lane), The Moors in Spain. [‘Story of the Nations’ Series.] London, 1886.Google Scholar
  76. Pradera (V.), The New State. London, 1939.Google Scholar
  77. Ramos Oliveira (A.), Politics, Economics and Men of Modern Spain, 1808–1946. London, 1946.Google Scholar
  78. Sencourt (R.), Spain’s Ordeal. London, 1940.Google Scholar
  79. Solmi (A.), Lo Stato Nuovo Nella Spagna di Franco. Milan, 1940.Google Scholar
  80. Soriano (R.), La Revolución Espanola. Madrid, 1931.Google Scholar
  81. Templewood (Viscount), Ambassador on Special Mission. London, 1946.Google Scholar
  82. Treues (C. B.), Puntos Cardinales de la Politica Internacional Espanola. Barcelona, 1939.Google Scholar
  83. Trend (J. B.), The Origins of Modern Spain. London, 1934.Google Scholar
  84. Tusquets (J.), Origines de la Revolución Española. Barcelona, 1932.Google Scholar
  85. Unzueta y Yuste (A. de), Guinea Continental Espanola, Madrid, 1944,—Islas del Golfo de Guinea. Madrid, 1945.Google Scholar
  86. Vedovalo (Giuseppe), Il Non Intervento in Spagna. 3 vols. Florence, 1938.Google Scholar
  87. Vicens Vives (J.), España, Geopolitica del Estado y del Imperio. Barcelona, 1940.Google Scholar
  88. Villar (E. H. del), Archivo Geografico de la Peninsula Ibérica. No. 1. Barcelona, 1916.Google Scholar
  89. — El Valor Geografico de España, Madrid, 1922.Google Scholar
  90. — El Valor Geografico de Espana. Madrid, 1921.Google Scholar

Copyright information

© Palgrave Macmillan, a division of Macmillan Publishers Limited 1947

Authors and Affiliations

  • S. H. Steinberg

There are no affiliations available

Personalised recommendations