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Browsing subject area: Negrín, Juan (Exclude extended shelves) You can also browse an alphabetical list from this subject or from: Negrín, Juan. Filed under: Negrín, Juan. La traición de Stalin : cómo terminó la guerra de Espãña, (New York : Ediciones de Cultura Proletaria, 1939), by José García Pradas (page images at HathiTrust). Items below (if any) are from related and broader terms.
Jackson 1967, p. 393. ^ Juan Negrín – Geneall. Jackson, Gabriel (1967). The Spanish Republic and the Civil War, 1931–1939.
OIC. Prime Minister of Spain. Jackson 1967, p. a b c Preston 2006, p. 260. ^ Jackson 1967, p. 208–209. Preston 2012, p. 291. ^ Preston 2012, p. 292. ^ Beevor 2006, p. 147. 339. 228. 263. ^ Thomas 2003, pp. 647–648. 317–318. Thomas 2003, p. 435. 434–437. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
Juan Negr?n : Physiologist, Socialist, and Prime Minister of the Spanish Republic. Dr. Juan Negrin Lopez (18921956) was a man of immense talent, energy, and socialist convictions who served the Spanish people in several widely differing capacities: as a physiologist of international reputation and as chairman of the medical faculty of the Complutense University in Madrid during the 1920s; as an active member of the Parliamentary wing of the Socialist Party during the years.
Gabriel Jackson (March 10, 1921 – November 3, 2019) was an American Hispanist, historian and journalist. He was born in Mount Vernon, New York in 1921. Since his retirement he lived in Barcelona, Spain. A victim of McCarthyism, he studied at Harvard and Stanford before attaining his doctorate at Université de Toulouse. A Fulbright scholar (1960–1961), he obtained his professorship in 1965 and was Professor Emeritus at University of California, San Diego.
Author Gabriel Jackson provides an understanding of the moral and political thinking of Dr. Juan Negrin, of those who supported him to the end, and of those who felt that the last months of the war merely prolonged the suffering of the population.
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Juan Negrin by Gabriel Jackson (English) Hardcover Book Free Shipping! £3. 0. This book sets out to understand the moral and political thinking of Dr Negrin - of those who supported him to the end and of those who felt that the last months of the war merely prolonged the suffering of the population.
Gabriel Jackson, American historian, educator. Member Amnesty International. 6197X/?tag prabook0b-20.
Gabriel Jackson was born in 1921 in Mount Vernon, New York. in history and literature from Harvard University in 1942, his . in modern history from Stanford University in 1950, and his P. in modern and contemporary history from the University of Toulouse in 1952. Jackson served as a cartographer with the US Army during World War II, and taught history and music at schools and colleges in the United States from 1946-1965. Many of Jackson's books were published first in English, and later translated to Spanish; however, Juan Negrín: médico, socialista y primer ministro de la república en guerra (2008) was published first in Spanish.
Colombian novelist Juan Gabriel Vásquez is not a lone talent . Published: 2 Feb 2012.
Colombian novelist Juan Gabriel Vásquez is not a lone talent, but part of a rising generation of authors just hitting their stride, writes Maya Jaggi. Published: 12 Jun 2014. Guardian Books podcast: Juan Gabriel Vásquez at A Room for London.
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