Ireland as a literary setting for a novel
By: María Fidalgo Casares
PhD in History from the University of Seville.
Artistic Analyst at Ferrer-Dalmau.
Member of the Andalusian Academy of History.
Communication Coordinator of Mundidiario.
Analyst at the Sevillainfo newspaper.
What attracts us to Ireland? The truth is that Ireland is a nation with which Spain has always felt a certain empathy. Its sense of Catholicism, its terrible oppression by the perfidious Albion, its personality so manifest and close to the identity of Galicia, and its suffering, passionate and conflictive recent history have made it a particularly attractive country. For all this, it has become an important source of literary inspiration that has materialized in a hundred works.
THE ENGLISH ARMADA
The greatest naval disaster in English History
By: Luis Gorrochategui
Language: English. Pag.: 336 págs
Did you know that after the failure of the Great Spanish Armada in 1588 to try to invade England, there was an English Counter Armada of retaliation against Spain?
THE IRISH PRESENCE IN THE THE SPANISH MILITARY 16TH – 20TH CENTURIES
Hugo O´Donnell (Coord.)
Editorial: Comisión Española de Historia Militar
Language: English/Spanish. Pag.: 251 pags
Did you know that some 20,000 Irishmen have fought in the Spanish Army? From the middle of the 16th century until the Spanish Civil War