History of Spain, Iberia, Hispania, Al andalus: Charles V and Philip II, The Constitutional Monarchy, The Spanish Civil War, Government, Economy

History of Spain, Iberia, Hispania, Al andalus: Charles V and Philip II, The Constitutional Monarchy, The Spanish Civil War, Government, Economy

by Sampson Jerry

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Overview

The National History of Spain dates back to the fifth century A.D., when the Visigoths established a Germanic successor state in the former Roman diocese of Hispania. Despite a period of internal political disunity during the Middle Ages, Spain nevertheless is one of the oldest nation-states in Europe. In the late fifteenth century, Spain acquired its current borders and was united under a personal union of crowns by Ferdinand of Aragon (Spanish, Aragon) and Isabella of Castile (Spanish, Castilla). For a period in the sixteenth and the seventeenth centuries, Portugal was part of that Iberian federation.In the sixteenth century, Spain was the foremost European power, and it was deeply involved in European affairs from that period to the eighteenth century. Spain's kings ruled provinces scattered across Europe. The Spanish Empire was global, and the influence of Spanish culture was so pervasive, especially in the Americas, that Spanish is still the native tongue of more than 200 million people outside Spain. In this book you will be detailed with the entire history of Spain, ancient history and present, government, Politics, Economy, and environment

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781530034086
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 02/13/2016
Pages: 324
Sales rank: 568,513
Product dimensions: 5.90(w) x 8.80(h) x 0.70(d)

About the Author

I am Sampson Jerry, a historian and writer, it is my pleasure to give out information on histories, and I will continue doing so as I live, Please read the entire book, the information that will serve you better are my book priorities

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