Spain, 1914-1918: Between War and Revolution

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NOTES

1

INTRODUCTION
1
M. Tuñón de Lara, Poder y sociedad en España, 1900-1931, Madrid, 1992, pp. 108-19, 202-11.
2
On caciquismo and liberal politics see J. Varela Ortega, ‘Los amigos políticos: funcionamiento del sistema caciquista’, J. Romero Maura, ‘El caciquismo: tentativa de conceptualización’ and J. Tusell, ‘La descomposición del sistema caciquista español’, all in Revista de Occidente, October 1973, no. 127, pp. 17-117; R. W. Kern, Liberals, Reformers and Caciques in Restoration Spain, Alburquerque, 1974; J. Costa, Oligarquía y caciquismo, Madrid, 1975; J. Tusell, Oligarquía y caciquismo en Andalucía, Madrid, 1976; J. Varela Ortega, Los amigos políticos. Partidos, elecciones y caciquismo en la Restauración, 1875-1900, Madrid, 1977; M. Tuñón de Lara, ‘De la Restauración al desastre colonial’, Historia 16, June 1982, Extra XXII: La España de los caciques, pp. 53-94; L. Arranz and M. Cabrera, ‘El Parlamento de la Restauración’, Hispania, January-April 1995, vol. LV, no. 189, pp. 67-98.
3
On the impact of 1898 see H. Ramsden, The 1898 Movement in Spain, London, 1974; R. Pérez Delgado, 1898. El año del desastre, Madrid, 1976; J. Harrison, ‘The Regenerationist Movement in Spain after the Disaster of 1898’, European Studies Review, 1979, vol. 9, no. 1, pp. 1-27; J. Varela Ortega, ‘Aftermath of Splendid Disaster: Spanish Politics before and after the Spanish American War of 1898’, Journal of Contemporary History, 1980, vol. 15, pp. 317-44; C. Serrano, Final del Imperio, España, 1895-1898, Madrid, 1984; M. Tuñón de Lara, España: la quiebra de 1898, Madrid, 1986; J. Smith, The Spanish-American War. Conflict in the Caribbean and the Pacific, London, 1994; S. Balfour, The End of the Spanish Empire, 1898-1923, Oxford, 1997; J. Pan-Montojo (ed.), Más se perdió en Cuba. España, 1898 y la crisis de fin de siglo, Madrid, 1998.
4
B. de Riquer, Regionalistes i Nacionalistes, 1898-1931, Barcelona, 1979, pp. 42-9; J. Harrison, ‘The Catalan Industrial Elite, 1898-1923’, in P. Preston and F. Lannon (eds), Elites and Power in Twentieth-Century Spain: Essays in Honour of Sir Raymond Carr, Oxford, 1990, pp. 53-5.
5
The best analysis of the Tragic Week is J. Connelly Ullman, The Tragic Week: Anticlericalism in Spain, 1875-1912, Harvard, 1968; see also J. Romero Maura, ‘La rosa de fuego’. El obrerismo barcelonés de 1899 a 1909, Barcelona, 1974; P. Voltes, La Semana Trágica, Madrid, 1995.
6
Quoted in G. Maura and M. Fernández Almagro, Par qué cayó Alfonso XIII, Madrid, 1948, pp. 240-1:

(‘The Conservative party cannot work any longer within the system as His Majesty’s Opposition, nor rotate in government nor share responsibilities . . . the present administration or others to be formed with similar elements will have to last until .another party, different from the present Conservative party, has been formed, Idóneo [compatible] to alternate in power with the Liberal party.’)

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgements xi
  • 1 - Introduction 1
  • 2 - The Outbreak of War 5
  • 3 - The Romanones Administration 27
  • 4 - The Romanones Administration 60
  • 5 - The Gathering Storm 85
  • 6 - Two Parliaments in One Country 100
  • 7 - The Hot August of 1917 120
  • 8 - The End of an Era 135
  • 9 - The Year 1918 150
  • 10 - Epilogue 179
  • Notes 193
  • Bibliography 221
  • Index 230
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