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By Luis Enrique Íñigo Fernández

“Economía, política, religión, cultura… todo tiene cabida en esta obra en su justa proporción. Una obra que también incluye mapas, fotos, recortes de prensa, un glosario, y una amplia bibliografía al ultimate de cada volumen para los que deseen ahondar en su período favorito. El estilo, sencillo y directo, favorece una lectura ágil y las páginas se suceden a gran velocidad. El formato es manejable, los angeles prosa bastante asequible y los angeles estructura es perfecta para seguir los hechos con facilidad. Una obra aconsejable para quienes deseen introducirse sin excesiva dificultad en l. a. historia de nuestro país.”(Web Anika entre libros)

“Se aleja de los grandes academicismos y letras extremely exigentes de otros historiadores que parece en algunos momentos que solo escriben para sí mismos ocultando toda los angeles riqueza histórica de nuestro gran país. l. a. character que se aproxime a los libros de Luis E. Íñigo Fernández no se sentirá a disgusto y descubrirá l. a. gran gesta que ha tenido este país durante siglos y que el autor ha sabido plasmar para gusto de cualquier lector sin objeción de edad, credo o forma de pensar. No les defraudará, se lo aseguro.” (Web Hislibris)

La gesta de l. a. nación más antigua de Europa creada, con no pocos sinsabores, a lo largo de treinta siglos de historia.

Contar los angeles historia de España desde sus orígenes, en l. a. prehistoria, hasta los angeles actualidad, de un modo conciso y divulgativo puede parecer una tarea titánica, a ratos imposible, pero es l. a. tarea que emprende Luis E. Íñigo en esta Breve Historia de España I. Las raíces. l. a. historia de l. a. España es laberíntica, compleja, llena de vericuetos y de etapas oscuras y sólo una autor con una vocación divulgativa enorme puede hacer que sea accesible a todo el mundo. Esta es l. a. intención de este libro, relatar de un modo minucioso pero accesible, aunando los datos con los procesos históricos ya que ambos son indisolubles e interdependientes, los angeles historia de los angeles nación más antigua de Europa.

El libro comienza, nada menos que en el Paleolítico inferior para mostrarnos a los primeros pobladores de Iberia, recolectores y carroñeros. Tras esta enorme época de inmovilismo llegará una vertiginosa sucesión de pueblos que se instalaron en distintos puntos y prefiguran una compleja identidad nacional: celtas, fenicios y griegos, preparan los angeles gran unificación romana que deja a España, como herencia, señas de identidad tan importantes como el lenguaje, l. a. integración territorial o el cristianismo. Nos presenta luego Luis E. Íñigo los angeles historia de l. a. invasión musulmana y cómo esa notion de los angeles Hispania unificada por los romanos queda en el espíritu de los nobles hasta que el contexto histórico les permite l. a. recuperación del territorio. Una vez recuperado comenzará un periodo de expansión mundial que convertirá a España en l. a. potencia hegemónica. Culmina este primer volumen con l. a. descripción del reinado de los Austrias, las luces y las sombras del Imperio y l. a. decadencia simbolizada perfectamente por los angeles figura de Carlos II.

Razones para comprar los angeles obra:

• El libro recorre un ambicioso segmento histórico necesario para comprender nuestras señas de identidad y nuestras particularidades como pueblo.
• El autor, en todo momento, apuesta por el rigor científico pero sin renunciar a l. a. intención pedagógica.
• El autor pretende dar una explicación overall considerando los datos pero también los procesos históricos en una obra que está entre el escueto catálogo y los angeles densa erudición.
• Completa l. a. información textual un glosario ultimate y un buen número de mapas e imágenes.

Una obra ambiciosa y accesible que nos permite conocer aquello que nos ha constituido como pueblo y como nación, y que nos ayudará, desde los angeles enseñanza de nuestra propia historia, a burlar las diversas perversiones de l. a. misma que desde ciertos sectores se quieren imponer.

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Although steadily outnumbered by odds of three-to-one, Beauregard managed to thwart Butler in four actions between 9 May and 22 May at Port Walthall Junction, Swift Creek, Chester Station, and Drewry's Bluff. The Confederates benefited immeasurably from Butler's ineptitude, timidity, and contentiousness with his own subordinates. By 22 May, Butler had given up and begun to entrench the neck of the Bermuda Hundred peninsula. In the memorable phrase of a disgusted General U. S. Grant, this left Butler's force 'as completely shut off The fighting from further operations ...

The Battle of the Wilderness erupted on the Orange Turnpike on the morning of the 5th when Federal detachments in that quarter saw Confederates of General Richard S. Ewell's corps threatening from the west. Grant directed Meade to attack. Meade sent General Gouverneur K. Warren's V Corps. The Confederates had begun to build The fighting earthworks along the crest of a ridge at the western edge of a 40-acre (16-ha) open space known locally as Saunders Field. When Warren's men marched in determined ranks into the field and started up the other side, they were inaugurating a pattern that defined much of the subsequent two days of fighting on the Turnpike.

Late on the 15th, a portion of that line fell to attacking Federals. 'Petersburg,' Southerners called General Benjamin F. Butler 'Beast Butler' for his attitudes toward civilians in occupied New Orleans in 1862. In 1864, Butler fumbled hopelessly in his operations around Petersburg. ' For two more days, Grant's troops swarmed around Petersburg without making a decisive move. Early on 18 June, the first men from Lee's Army of Northern Virginia finally arrived, and Lee himself reached the town before noon.

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