The Origins of Catalan Nationalism, 1770-1898
Springer, Mar 26, 2014 - 304 pages
This book looks at the reasons behind the emergence of a Catalan nationalist movement from the late 1880s, one of the most important developments that took place in nineteenth-century Spain, with the 'Catalan question' thereafter never far from the centre of the Spanish political stage.
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