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Los servicios secretos de Carrero Blanco
Author: Juan María de Peñaranda
Publisher: Grupo Planeta Spain
ISBN: 8467043598
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Year: 2015-01-20
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En 1968, por expreso deseo de Franco y durante la presidencia del almirante Carrero Blanco, se creó el primer órgano de información que se encargaría de seguir la incipiente subversión en el ámbito universitario. La necesidad de cubrir además otros sectores conflictivos (el laboral, el religioso, el intelectual o el nacionalista) dio lugar a la creación de la Organización Contrasubversiva Nacional (OCN), que pasó a depender directamente del ministro de la Gobernación. Sin embargo, las discrepancias entre los diversos organismos estatales involucrados en la toma de decisiones aconsejaron pronto la creación de un nuevo instrumento que coordinase, desde la Presidencia del Gobierno, todas las actividades relacionadas con la lucha antisubversiva. Así, en 1972 se constituyó el Servicio Central de Documentación (SECED) como herramienta fundamental de información del Estado. Su estructura cubrió todo el territorio nacional y mejoró exponencialmente la capacidad de elaboración de inteligencia para las primeras autoridades del Estado. En un momento en que los medios y redes de información facilitan a sus lectores cantidades ingentes de datos, a veces no contrastados, resulta enriquecedor encontrar libros como el presente que aportan documentos únicos, de primera mano, y testimonios valiosos de quienes fueron protagonistas de aquellos episodios de nuestra reciente historia nacional.
Operaciones secretas: Las acciones más sucias del espionaje mundial
Author: Fernando Rueda
Publisher: BibliotecaOnline SL
ISBN: 8415998961
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Year: 2018-11-03
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¿Cómo se montó La operación para que el genial doble agente inglés, Kim Philby, intentara asesinar a Franco? ¿Qué empresarios españoles fueron engañados para comprar plutonio en Rusia y más tarde ser detenidos con el material? ¿Qué fallos cometió el servicio secreto francés para que se descubriera que habían dinamitado el Rainbow Warrior, el buque de Greenpeace que tanto odiaban? ¿Cómo logró la temible Stasi —la organización de espionaje de Alemania Oriental— colocar micrófonos en la habitación del papa Juan Pablo II? ¿De qué manera ocultó Francois Mitterrand durante varios años tanto su enfermedad como a una hija secreta? ¿Qué perfecta trama —conocida como «Operación Carne Picada»— urdieron los aliados para convencer a Hitler de que el desembarco en Europa se produciría en Grecia y Cerdeña y no en Sicilia? Estas son sólo algunas de las apasionantes operaciones secretas que han marcado la historia del espionaje mundial desde la Segunda Guerra Mundial hasta nuestros días. Junto a hombres y mujeres vale¬rosos, íntegros y defensores de valores universales, aparecen otros muchos sin escrúpulos, capaces de cualquier deleznable acción con tal de conseguir sus objetivos. Fernando Rueda, el mayor experto en espionaje español, bucea en la historia para hablarnos de espías peruanas asesinadas por negarse a colaborar con los agentes de Fujimori; planes increíble¬mente enloquecidos del presidente Kennedy para acabar con Fidel Castro; altos cargos del rey Hassan II de Marruecos implicados en la muerte de un líder opositor socialista; y una red de satélites llamada «Echelon» que vigilaba a Lady Di el día anterior a su extraña muerte. Un libro sorprendente y muy entretenido que atrapará a los lectores tanto como una novela de Graham Greene.
Writing the History of Memory
Author: Stefan Berger, Bill Niven
Publisher: A&C Black
ISBN: 1849666741
Pages: 224
Year: 2014-02-13
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How objective are our history books? This addition to the Writing History series examines the critical role that memory plays in the writing of history. This book includes: - Essays from an international team of historians, bringing together analysis of forms of public history such as museums, exhibitions, memorials and speeches - Coverage of the ancient world to the present, on topics such as oral history and generational and collective memory - Two key case studies on Holocaust memorialisation and the memory of Communism
The Spanish Protestants and Their Persecution by Philip II
Author: Adolfo de Castro
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Pages: 386
Year: 1851
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This work gives a thorough overview of the history of Protestants in Spain, especially under the rule of Philip II. Philip II reigned just a few decades after Isabella of Castile and Ferdinand of Aragon, the architects of the Spanish Inquisition.
No Way Home
Author: Carlos Acosta
Publisher: Simon and Schuster
ISBN: 1416567313
Pages: 288
Year: 2008-05-06
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Carlos Acosta, the Cuban dancer considered to be one of the world's greatest performers, fearlessly depicts his journey from adolescent troublemaker to international superstar in his captivating memoir, No Way Home. Carlos was just another kid from the slums of Havana; the youngest son of a truck driver and a housewife, he ditched school with his friends and dreamed of becoming Cuba's best soccer player. Exasperated by his son's delinquent behavior, Carlos's father enrolled him in ballet school, subjecting him to grueling days that started at five thirty in the morning and ended long after sunset. The path from student to star was not an easy one. Even as he won dance competitions and wowed critics around the world, Carlos was homesick for Cuba, crippled by loneliness and self-doubt. As he traveled the world, Carlos struggled to overcome popular stereotypes and misconceptions; to maintain a relationship with his family; and, most of all, to find a place he could call home. This impassioned memoir is about more than Carlos's rise to stardom. It is about a young man forced to leave his homeland and loved ones for a life of self-discipline, displacement, and physical hardship. It is also about how the heart and soul of a country can touch the heart and soul of one of its citizens. With candor and humor, Carlos vividly depicts daily life in communist Cuba, his feelings about ballet -- an art form he both lovesand hates -- and his complex relationship with his father. Carlos Acosta makes dance look effortless, but the grace, strength, and charisma we see onstage have come at a cost. Here, in his own words, is the story of the price he paid.
Psi Spies
Author: Jim Marrs
Publisher: Red Wheel/Weiser
ISBN: 1564149609
Pages: 319
Year: 2007-01-01
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Takes readers behind the scenes of the U.S. Army's formerly top-secret remote viewing unit, discussing how the military has used this psychic ability to its advantage since the unit's creation in the 1970's.
The Franco Regime, 1936–1975
Author: Stanley G. Payne
Publisher: University of Wisconsin Pres
ISBN: 0299110737
Pages: 677
Year: 2011-09-27
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The history of modern Spain is dominated by the figure of Francisco Franco, who presided over one of the longest authoritarian regimes of the twentieth century. Between 1936 and the end of the regime in 1975, Franco’s Spain passed through several distinct phases of political, institutional, and economic development, moving from the original semi-fascist regime of 1936–45 to become the Catholic corporatist “organic democracy” under the monarchy from 1945 to 1957. Distinguished historian Stanley G. Payne offers deep insight into the career of this complex and formidable figure and the enormous changes that shaped Spanish history during his regime.
Basque History Of The World
Author: Mark Kurlansky
Publisher: Knopf Canada
ISBN: 0307369781
Pages: 400
Year: 2011-03-11
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"They are a mythical people, almost an imagined people," writes Mark Kurlansky. Settled in a corner of France and Spain in a land marked on no maps except their own, the Basques are a nation without a country, whose ancient and dramatic story illuminates Europe's own saga. Where did they come from? Signs of their civilization exist well before the arrival of the Romans in 218 B.C., and their culture appears to predate all others in Europe. Their mysterious and forbidden tongue, Euskera, is related to no other language on Earth. The Basques have stubbornly defended their unique culture against the Celts, the Romans, the Visigoths and Moors, the kings of Spain and France, Napoleon, Franco, the modern Spanish state, and the European Union. Yet as much as their origins are obscure, the Basques' contributions to world history have been clear and remarkable. Early explorers, they made fortunes whaling before the year 1000 and became the premier cod fishermen in Europe after discovering Canada's Grand Banks. Juan Sebastian de Elcano, a Basque, was the first man to circumnavigate the globe in 1522. Their influence has also been felt in religion as founders of the Jesuits in 1534, and in business, as leaders of the Industrial Revolution in southern Europe. Mark Kurlanky's passion for the Basque people, and his exuberant eye for detail, shine throughout this fascinating history. Like his acclaimed Cod, it blends human, economic, political, literary and culinary history into a rich and heroic tale. From the Hardcover edition.
History of spanish literature
Author: Georges Ticknor
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Year: 1849
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The Spanish Civil War, the Soviet Union, and Communism
Author: Stanley G. Payne
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 0300130783
Pages: 416
Year: 2008-10-01
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In this compelling book Stanley G. Payne offers the first comprehensive narrative of Soviet and Communist intervention in the revolution and civil war in Spain. He documents in unprecedented detail Soviet strategies, Comintern activities, and the role of the Communist party in Spain from the early 1930s to the end of the civil war in 1939. Drawing on a very broad range of Soviet and Spanish primary sources, including many only recently available, Payne changes our understanding of Soviet and Communist intentions in Spain, of Stalin’s decision to intervene in the Spanish war, of the widely accepted characterization of the conflict as the struggle of fascism against democracy, and of the claim that Spain’s war constituted the opening round of World War II. The author arrives at a new view of the Spanish Civil War and concludes not only that the Democratic Republic had many undemocratic components but also that the position of the Communist party was by no means counterrevolutionary.
Studies In Iconology
Author: Erwin Panofsky
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 0429976690
Pages: 399
Year: 2018-05-04
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In Studies in Iconology, the themes and concepts of Renaissance art are analysed and related to both classical and medieval tendencies.
The Maritime Dimension of International Security
Author: Peter Chalk
Publisher: Rand Corporation
ISBN: 0833042998
Pages: 59
Year: 2008
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The vast size and highly unregulated nature of the world's waterways have made the maritime environment an increasingly attractive theater for perpetrators of transnational violence. Piracy and sea-borne terrorism have been on the rise since 2000. While the United States has spearheaded several important initiatives to improve maritime security, the author urges policymakers to consider four additional measures to safeguard the world's oceans.
Focus 2017
Author: EUROPEAN AUDIOVISUAL OBSERVATORY. COUNCIL OF EUROPE., European Audiovisual Observatory, Council of Europe
Publisher:
ISBN: 9287184720
Pages: 64
Year: 2017-06
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FOCUS 2017 - World Film Market Trends. Already in its 20th edition the FOCUS is commissioned from the European Audiovisual Observatory by the film market organiser at the Cannes Film Festival, the March� du Film. The FOCUS presents the latest trends on all the major film markets around the world regarding film production and distribution as well as admissions. Published since 1998 by the March� du film (Cannes, France), FOCUS is edited by the Department for Information on Markets and Financing of the European Audiovisual Observatory.
The Historical Evidence for Jesus
Author: George Albert Wells
Publisher: Prometheus Books
ISBN: 1615924116
Pages: 265
Year: 1982
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In this thoroughly researched study, G.A. Wells has squarely faced the question of whether a man named Jesus lived, preached, healed, and died in Palestine during the early years of the first century of the Christian era - or indeed, at any time.Building on the biblical studies of Christian theologians, Dr. Wells soberly demonstrates that we have no reliable eyewitnesses to the events depicted in the New Testament. He publicizes a fact known to theological scholars but little-known in the average Christian congregation: that the order of books of the New Testament is not an accurate chronological arrangement. Indeed, Paul, who never saw Jesus, wrote his epistles to early Christian congregations before the Gospels of Matthew, Mark, and John were written.It may come as a great surprise to Christians and other monotheists, to agnostics, atheists, and humanists alike, that the earliest references to the historical Jesus are so vague that it is not necessary to hold that he ever existed; the rise of Christianity can, from the undoubtedly historical antecedents, be explained quite well without him; and reasons can be given to show why, from about A.D. 80 or 90, Christians began to suppose that he had lived in Palestine about fifty years earlier.The Historical Evidence for Jesus is not a frontal attack on Christians per se; rather it is an easily understood but scholarly examination of the evidence for many long-accepted notions about the biography of the man called Jesus. This book takes up and quotes extensively from the Epistles and the Gospels of the New Testament, thus letting the evidence speak for itself in words familiar to every Bible reader. For example, Wells closely compares what Paul said about Jesus with what the author of Matthew, who lived later, wrote of him. Then he explains why these discrepancies apparently exist. Startling indeed is his proof that earlier writers sometimes make statements which positively exclude the idea that Jesus worked miracles, delivered certain teachings, or suffered under Pilate.There is also interesting material on the topics of Jesus' supposed family, the so-called Shroud of Turin, and the myth-making that even today surrounds the figure of Jesus. Dr. Wells does not, however, attempt to demolish belief in God or the ethical precepts held by Christians. His presentation is always fair and couched in moderate tones.
Twist
Author: Harkaitz Cano
Publisher:
ISBN: 0914671820
Pages: 160
Year: 2017-10-03
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A moving portrayal of violence's emotional legacy in the Basque Country. Twist is tale of guilt, love, friendship, and betrayal, and of the difficulties that arise when one flees one's own skin to inhabit the minds of others. Set in the politically charged climate of the Basque Country in the 1980s, Twist relates the disappearance and brutal murder of two ETA militants at the hands of the Spanish army. The novel centers on their friend and fellow activist Diego Lazkano, who, since revealing his comrades to the authorities, has been tormented by guilt. In Twist, Harkaitz Cano provides a multi-vocal account of a conscience and a society in turmoil.

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