'This volume is a laudable attempt by Francisco Romero to produce a synthetic account of Spain's tortuous twentieth-century history for an undergraduate readership.' - Mary Vincent, History On-Line 'Through his expertise, Romero is aware of the aspects of the topic that the students perceive to be the most complex and has written his book to explain them. As such both teacher and pupil can benefit from his knowledge. This is a very worthy book, which will earn its worth again and again.' - Anne M. McEwan, History Teaching Review Yearbook 'A useful addition to the voluminous literature which offers a sound introduction to a range of issues.' - P.J. McGuire, University of Brighton '[T]he unbiased nature of Romero Salvado's account positively shines.' - Ricardo Landeira, Hispania
About the Author
F. J. ROMERO-SALVADO is Lecturer in Modern European History at London Guildhall University.