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Spanish Imperialism in North Africa, 1912-56 (HI2D6): Bibliography

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1. Modern Spain

  • Raymond Carr, Modern Spain, 1875-1980 (Oxford, 2000)
  • Francisco Romero Salvado, Twentieth Century Spain: Politics and Society in Spain, 1898-1998 (New York, 1999)
  • Mary Vincent, Spain, 1833-2002 (Oxford, 2007)

2. Spanish North Africa

  • Susan Gilson Miller, A History of Modern Morocco: 1830-2000 (Cambridge, 2013)
  • Jonathan Wyrtzen, Making Morocco: Colonial Intervention and the Politics of Identity (Cornell, 2015)

Primary Sources

Specialist Topics

  • Contesting Spain? The Dynamics of Nationalist Movements in Catalonia and the Basque Country ed. by Richard Gillespie and Caroline Gray (Abingdon, 2015)
  • Empire's End: Transnational Connections in the Hispanic World (Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press, 2016)
  • Spain and the Great Powers in the Twentieth Century, ed. by Sebastian Balfour and Paul Preston (London: Routledge, 1999)
  • Tetuán: El Ensanche. Guía de arquitectura, 1913-1956 (Sevilla, 1996)
  • Sebastian Balfour, Deadly Embrace: Morocco and the road to the Spanish Civil War (Oxford, 2002)
  • Sebastian Balfour, The End of the Spanish Empire (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1997)
  • C. R. Halstead, ‘A Somewhat Machiavellian’ Face: Colonel Juan Beigbeder as High Commissioner in Spanish Morocco, 1937-1939,’ Historian 37(1974): 46-66
  • Alison Ribeiro de Menzes, Embodying Memory in Contemporary Spain (2014)
  • Alison Ribeiro de Menzes and Stewart King, ‘The Future of Memory in Spain’, Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, 94 (2017).
  • Stanley Payne, Franco and Hitler: Spain, Germany, and World War II (New Haven, 2008)
  • Paul Preston, Franco: A Biography (London, 1993).
  • Paul Preston, The Spanish Civil War: Reaction, Revolution, and Revenge (London, 2006).
  • Helen Rawlings, The Debate on the Decline of Spain (Manchester, 2012)
  • Isabelle Rohr, The Spanish Right and the Jews, 1898-1945: Antisemitism and Opportunism (Sussex, 2007)
  • A. Stucki, ‘The hard side of soft power: Spanish rhetorics of empire from the 1950s to the 1970s’, in M. Thomas & R. Toye (Eds.), Rhetorics of Empire. Languages of Colonial Conflict After 1900 (Manchester, 2017), pp. 142-160.
  • Nigel Townson, Spain Transformed: The Late Franco Dictatorship, 1959-75 (New York, 2010).
  • Raanan Rein, ‘In Pursuit of Votes and Economic Treaties: Francoist Spain and the Arab World, 1945-56’, Mediterranean Historical Review (1998), pp. 195-215.
  • Javier Tussell, Spain: From Dictatorship to Democracy (Oxford, 2012).
  • Daniel Ziblatt, Conservative Parties and the Birth of Democracy in Europe (Cambridge: CUP, 2017)