The battle of Bailén

2021-09-19T23:44:24+00:00

On the day of 19 July 1808, one of the most important open field clashes in Spanish history took place: the Battle of Bailén. Taking advantage of the 213th anniversary of the start of

The battle of Bailén2021-09-19T23:44:24+00:00

New attack on US Hispanic heritage

2021-09-19T23:50:20+00:00

In recent days there has been a new attack on the Hispanic heritage of the United States, this time in San Diego (California). Councilman Joe LaCava has introduced a proposal to remove the symbols

New attack on US Hispanic heritage2021-09-19T23:50:20+00:00

The investigation into the explosion of the «Maine» in Cuba: “The Spanish had nothing to do with it”

2021-09-19T23:52:24+00:00

Spanish newspaper ABC recounter a diplomatic effort "in extremis" to stop the war between the United States and Spain The United States battleship 'Maine', destroyed in the bay of Havana in February 1898,

The investigation into the explosion of the «Maine» in Cuba: “The Spanish had nothing to do with it”2021-09-19T23:52:24+00:00

Spain, its history and its future

2021-09-19T23:54:34+00:00

From heroism to permanent denigration Both Spaniards and Hispanic Americans tend to condemn themselves when they analyse their present reality and their past. It seems that they have done everything wrong as

Spain, its history and its future2021-09-19T23:54:34+00:00

This is how Spain promoted mixed marriages with indigenous people 500 years before it was legal in the United States

2021-09-20T00:00:48+00:00

In 1503, Queen Isabel called on Governor Nicolás Ovando, a fundamental man in the first years of European presence in America, to promote mixed marriages, "which are legitimate and recommended because the Indians are

This is how Spain promoted mixed marriages with indigenous people 500 years before it was legal in the United States2021-09-20T00:00:48+00:00

The false black legend of Junípero Serra: the Spanish ‘civiliser’ of Indians accused of genocide

2021-09-20T00:01:58+00:00

The Franciscan monk founded nine missions across the Atlantic and fought to advance native society. However, a statue erected in his honour was recently beheaded in California. Heroes are not only those who,

The false black legend of Junípero Serra: the Spanish ‘civiliser’ of Indians accused of genocide2021-09-20T00:01:58+00:00

The betrayal of the Anglophiles

2021-09-20T14:51:47+00:00

Venezuela had ended the year 1813 in the midst of plunder, ruin, and desolation. Trade and commerce had languished to extinction. Money was scarce, as exports had also suffered. What circulated was low grade

The betrayal of the Anglophiles2021-09-20T14:51:47+00:00
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