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Cultural diplomacy : a hundred years of the British-Spanish Society

Author: Luis G Martínez del Campo
Publisher: Liverpool Liverpool University Press 2016
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
Britain and Spain led the two greatest Empires of the modern era, with perhaps the most important legacy that their two languages are amongst most widely spoken in the modern world. Yet the relationship between these two cultural giants has not always been straightforward. The founding of the British-Spanish Society has its origins in 1916 as the Anglo-Spanish League of Friendship which was founded during the First  Read more...

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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Luis G Martínez del Campo
OCLC Number: 959289084
Accession No: (DE-604)BV043451884
Description: X, 198 Seiten : Porträts
Contents: Joint Foreword by Jimmy Burns Maranon and Federico Trillo-FigueroaPrologue by Lord Tristan Garel-JonesENGLISH EDITIONAcknowledgements1. Introduction2. The foundation and expansion of the Anglo-Spanish Society (1916-1920) 2.1. Wartime origins 2.2. The foundation of the General Headquarters 2.3. The expansion: Local branches of the Anglo-Spanish Society3. The Anglo-Spanish Society in the interwar period 3.1. The double mission of the Anglo-Spanish Society after the Great War 3.2. Forward to the Society's dissolution4. The rebirth: The League of Friendship (1950-1958)5. A return to the origins: The new Anglo-Spanish Society6. The Anglo-Spanish Society and Spanish democracy7. Epilogue8. Appendix: Memories of a retired member of the Executive Council of the Society by John Scanlan VERSION EN ESPANOLNota del autor1. Introduccion2. Nacimiento y expansion de la Anglo-Spanish Society (1916-1920) 2.1. Los origenes belicos 2.2. La fundacion de la sede londinense 2.3. La expansion: Las filiales de la Anglo-Spanish Society3. La Anglo-Spanish Society en el periodo de entreguerras 3.1. La doble mision de la Anglo-Spanish Society 3.2. El lento camino hacia la disolucion4. La reorganizacion: La Liga de la Amistad (1950-1958)5. De vuelta a su origen: La nueva Anglo-Spanish Society6. La Anglo-Spanish Society y la democracia7. Epilogo8. Apendice: Cuadro de CargosIndex - EnglishIndex - Spanish
Responsibility: Luis G. Martinez del Campo.


The history of the British-Spanish Society, an example of 'soft' or cultural diplomacy between countries.  Read more...


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