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In this section you will find Amazon affiliate links of an extensive list of English books on the history of Spain. The English-written Spanish history books are classified according to the period. In each category you will find the links related to the category and also a comment briefly describing most of the books linked. The list is up to changes, if some book is out of print and stock or if you have another book in mind to add on the list, let me now in the Contact section.

Before that, these are, for me, the must-have English books on the history of Spain:

  1. A CONCISE HISTORY OF SPAIN. William D. Phillips Jr and Carla Rahn Phillips –> This book does his job well, being an excellent introductory book about the history of Spain.
  2. VISIGOTHIC SPAIN 409-711. Roger Collins –> Historian Roger Collins authors an scholarly but concise account on the Visigothic Kingdom of Spain, prior to the Muslim conquest.
  3. A HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL SPAIN. Joseph F. O’Callaghan –> Medievalist Joseph F. O’Callaghan writes this comprehensive and in-depth book about Spain’s Middle Ages.
  4. RIVERS OF GOLD: THE RISE OF THE SPANISH EMPIRE, FROM COLUMBUS TO MAGELLAN. Hugh Thomas –> First of a three-volume series of Imperial Spain brought by Hispanist Hugh Thomas, in this one you will learn about the birth of the Spanish Empire and the first years of exploration and conquest of America.
  5. THE GOLDEN EMPIRE: SPAIN, CHARLES V, AND THE CREATION OF AMERICA. Hugh Thomas –> ‘The Golden Empire‘ covers the Spanish initial domination of Mexico, the conquest of Peru, the Catholic Counter-reformation and the reign of Charles I of Spain and V of the HRE.
  6. WORLD WITHOUT END: SPAIN, PHILIP II, AND THE FIRST GLOBAL EMPIRE. Hugh Thomas –> Only historians or people with a strong will to learn about Spanish history will be able to read this, but it’s a very good account of the reign of Philip II.
  7. CONQUEST: CORTES, MONTEZUMA AND THE FALL OF OLD MEXICO. Hugh Thomas –> This time Hugh Thomas focuses solely on the conquest of the Aztec Empire under the leadership of the skillful Hernán Cortés.
  8. THE CONQUEST OF THE INCAS. John Hemming –> John Hemming writes a detailed explanation of how the Spaniards under Francisco Pizarro managed to take over the Incan Empire, as well as the difficult process of integration and the post-conquest resistance.
  9. THE THIRTY YEARS WAR: EUROPE’S TRAGEDY. Peter H. Wilson –> This one is a monumental book about the Thirty Years’ War, an extremely important conflict to understand the decline of the Spanish Empire.
  10. BOURBON SPAIN, 1700-1808. John Lynch –> Historian John Lynch is the author of this summary and review of 18th century Bourbon Spain, a period of limited reforms and French domination over Spain.
  11. PENINSULAR WAR: A NEW HISTORY. Charles J. Esdaile –> Balanced and comprehensive narration of the War of Spanish Independence, or Peninsular War, that is essential to understand the loss of most of the oveaseas possessions of Spain, as well as to understand the fall of Napoleonic France.
  12. THE SPANISH AMERICAN REVOLUTIONS 1808-1826. John Lynch –> Lynch focuses his attention towards the different independentist uprisings of Spanish America.
  13. SPAIN’S FIRST DEMOCRACY: THE SECOND REPUBLIC, 1931-1936. Stanley G. Payne –> Hispanist Stanley G. Payne tells the story of the Second Spanish Republic, an indespensable book to understand why the Spanish Civil War happened.
  14. THE SPANSH CIVIL WAR: REVISED EDITION. Hugh Thomas –> Hispanist Hugh Thomas brings again an objective and long account, this time on the controversial Spanish Civil War.
  15. THE FRANCO REGIME, 1936-1975. Stanley G. Payne –> Payne writes about the history of Spain under Franco, an era of authoritarianism, economic growth and social changes.

GENERAL

COMMENT: In 'Spain: A unique history' historian Stanley G. Payne offers a chronological view on the history of Spain from the Visigoths onwards while answering questions like if Spain is a fully Western content or the impact of Franco in Spanish society. 'A concise history of Spain' is an excellent 456-pages book that summarizes the history of Spain since Prehistory, whereas the book of Raymond Carr is more introductory. Furthermore, 'The story of Spain' is a short account on the history of Spain but with 60 illustrations and maps, and Melveena Mckendrick writes an overview of the history of Spain that is the most compact of all. The General category ends with the work of Peter Pierson, whose book is a bit old but it's still a very comprehensive and multidimensional analysis of the history of Spain.

SPAIN: A UNIQUE HISTORY. Stanley G. Payne

A CONCISE HISTORY OF SPAIN. William D. Phillips Jr and Carla Rahn Phillips

SPAIN: A HISTORY. Raymond Carr

THE STORY OF SPAIN: THE DRAMATIC HISTORY OF EUROPE’S MOST FASCINATING COUNTRY. Mark R. Williams

SPAIN: A HISTORY. Melveena Mckendrick

THE HISTORY OF SPAIN. Peter Pierson

PREHISTORY

COMMENT: Probably the less interesting -and yet longest- period of all time is Prehistory, before word was recorded. But it's still a part of history, so I can't miss it. All books here cover, exclusively or not, the Prehistory and Protohistory of the Iberian Peninsula, so for a general knowledge you should look for it somewhere else (same applies to the rest of the periods). The first book, written by Hubert N. Savory, was published in 1968, so the information may be a bit outdated. 'Iberia. Protohistory of the Far West of Europe' is an up-to-date book that covers the history of the Iberian Peninsula from the Neolithic up to the Bronze Age and Roman conquest. Lawrence Guy Straus specifically studies the Cantabrian region from the Paleolithic to the Neolithic. In addition to that, John T. Koch theorizes that the mysterious silver-rich and urbanized Tartessos were Celtic in origin, and Richard J. Harrison wrote an introductory book about the native Iberians and the Phoenicians and Greeks that colonized parts of the Peninsula mainly for comercial reasons.  'Ancient Mediterranean Civilizations' is probably the book with less content about Iberian history of the whole list, yet I include it because the cover has a photo of 'La Dama de Elche'. 'The Cave Painters' is also only partly related to Spanish history, but it has some cool stuff about the first painters of caves. To end this category, 'The Cave of Altamira' tells the secrets and findings of this magnific cave full of artistic paintings.

SPAIN AND PORTUGAL: THE PREHISTORY OF THE IBERIAN PENINSULA. Hubert N. Savory

IBERIA. PROTOHISTORY OF THE FAR WEST OF EUROPE: FROM NEOLITHIC TO ROMAN CONQUEST. Martin Almagro-Gorbea

IBERIA BEFORE THE IBERIANS. Lawrence Guy Straus

TARTESSIAN: CELTIC IN THE SOUTH-WEST AT THE DAWN OF HISTORY. John T. Koch

SPAIN AT THE DAWN OF HISTORY: IBERIANS, PHOENICIANS AND GREEKS. Richard J. Harrison

ANCIENT MEDITERRANEAN CIVILIZATIONS: FROM PREHISTORY TO 640 CE. Ralph W. Mathisen

THE CAVE PAINTERS: PROBING THE MYSTERIES OF THE WORLD’S FIRST ARTISTS. Gregory Curties

THE CAVE OF ALTAMIRA. Matilde Muzquiz Pérez-Seoane and others

HISPANIA, ROMAN PERIOD

COMMENT: Like Spain did in Mexico or the Philippines, the Romans created the concept of Hispania as a unified identity. Leonard A. Curchin wrote a very informative and insightful book about the two centuries-long Roman conquest of the Iberian Peninsula and the difficult process of romanization and integration with the rest of the empire. Historian John S. Richardson also published a book about the first century and a half of Roman presence. 'Viriathus and the Lusitanian resistance to Rome' is the story of Lusitanian resistance led by Viriathus, while 'Sertorius and the struggle for Spain' talks about the almost successful uprising against Sulla, Roman dictator, led by Sertorius. Daniel Varga writes about the military history of the conquest of Hispania, the problems that faced the Romans, the guerrilla tactics used by the natives and so on. Sutherland wrote a book back in the 70s about the early Roman conquest, and Charles River Editors published a short and introductory book about the conquest of Hispania. 'Spain under the Roman Empire' is a classical reprint, and 'The Romanization of Central Spain' is a detailed case of study of the assimilation of the natives of Central Spain.

ROMAN SPAIN: CONQUEST AND ASSIMILATION. Leonard A. Curchin

HISPANIAE: SPAIN AND THE DEVELOPMENT OF ROMAN IMPERIALISM, 218-82 BC. John S. Richardson

VIRIATHUS AND THE LUSITANIAN RESISTANCE TO ROME. Luis Silva

SERTORIUS AND THE STRUGGLE FOR SPAIN. Philip Matyszak

THE ROMAN WARS IN SPAIN: THE MILITARY CONFRONTATION WITH GUERRILLA WARFARE. Daniel Varga

THE ROMANS IN SPAIN, 217 B.C.TO A.D. 117. C. H. V. Sutherland

ROMAN HISPANIA: THE HISTORY OF ANCIENT ROME’S CONQUEST OF SPAIN AND THE IBERIAN PENINSULA. Charles River Editors

SPAIN UNDER THE ROMAN EMPIRE. Edmund Spenser Bouchier

THE ROMANIZATION OF CENTRAL SPAIN: COMPLEXITY, DIVERSITY AND CHANGE IN A PROVINCIAL HINTERLAND. Leonard A. Curchin

VISIGOTHIC KINGDOM

COMMENT: 'Late Roman Spain and its cities' provides a narrative and analytical account from 300 to 600 about the decline of the Roman Empire and their presence in the Iberian Peninsula, as well as the decline of urbanism. The other works of this category are from the great historians E. A. Thompson and Roger Collins. In 'Romans and Barbarians' E. A. Thompson tells the story of the fall of the Western Roman Empire from the perspective of the barbarians, while he narrates the story of the Visigothic rule of Spain with the limited sources we have of this period. On the other hand, renowned historian Roger Collins combines a chronological and thematical approach on his history of the Visigoths, and the analyses the evolution of culture and regionalism in Spain from the 6th century to the 10th century.

LATE ROMAN SPAIN AND ITS CITIES. Michael Kulikowski

ROMANS AND BARBARIANS: THE DECLINE OF THE WESTERN EMPIRE. E. A. Thompson

THE GOTHS IN SPAIN. E. A. Thompson

VISIGOTHIC SPAIN 409-711. Roger Collins

LAW, CULTURE AND REGIONALISM IN EARLY MEDIEVAL SPAIN. Roger Collins

MEDIEVAL SPAIN

COMMENT (1/3): The Middle Ages in Spain were marked by the long struggle between Christians and Muslims (and also Muslim vs Muslims and Christian vs Christians). Starting with 'The Arab Conquest of Spain, 710-797', scholar Roger Collins delivers a detailed account that doesn't demonize the first century of Muslim rule and has footnotes in almost every page. Richard Fletcher writes a short, 200-pages book about Islamic Spain, without idealizing or demonizing that period, and Watt and Cachia do the same. Historian Joseph F. O'Callaghan studies the evolution of the conflict between Christians and Muslims in Spain in 'Reconquest and Crusade in Medieval Spain'. Historian Olivia Remie Constable uses many different primary sources to discover how Medieval Spain was, and 'The Medieval Spains' is a much more concise work of the entire Medieval period of Spain. Both 'The Ornament of the World' and 'A Vanished World' present the period of Islamic domination as an era of tolerance between Christianism, Islamism and Judaism, whereas 'The myth of the Andalusian paradise' desmytifies that supposed era of tolerance. Continue reading the comment below.

THE ARAB CONQUEST OF SPAIN 710-797. Roger Collins

MOORISH SPAIN. Richard Fletcher

A HISTORY OF ISLAMIC SPAIN. W. Montgomery Watt and Pierre Cachia

RECONQUEST AND CRUSADE IN MEDIEVAL SPAIN. Joseph F. O’Callaghan

MEDIEVAL IBERIA: READINGS FROM CHRISTIAN, MUSLIM AND JEWISH SOURCES. Olivia Remie Constable

THE MEDIEVAL SPAINS. Bernard F. Reilly

THE ORNAMENT OF THE WORLD. HOW MUSLIMS, JEWS AND CHRISTIANS CREATED A CULTURE OF TOLERANCE IN MEDIEVAL SPAIN. María Rosa Menocal

A VANISHED WORLD: MUSLIMS, CHRISTIANS, AND JEWS IN MEDIEVAL SPAIN. Chris Lowney

THE MYTH OF THE ANDALUSIAN PARADISE: MUSLIM, CHRISTIANS, AND JEWS UNDER ISLAMIC RULE IN MEDIEVAL SPAIN. Darío Fernández-Morera.

COMMENT (2/3): Brian Catlos offers a well-balanced narrative history of Al-Andalus in his 'Kingdoms of Faith', while Hugh Kennedy authors a book on the history of Muslim Spain based on Arab sources. In 'Homage to Al-Andalus' Michael Barry tells the story of Islamic Spain including pictures to engage the reader. Leading schoolar Roger Collins writes another amazing book about Medieval Spain with his 'Caliphs and Kings', a work supported by a vast bibliography. Angus MacKay publishes a concise and comprehensive book about the formation and evolution of the Christian kingdoms of Spain. On a different note, 'The Mercenary Mediterranean' presents the complexity of the Christian and Muslim relationships in the light of realpolitik, while 'Conquerors, brides, and concubines' highlights the connection between sex, power and identity and examines sexual relationships between Christians and Muslims.

KINGDOMS OF FAITH: A NEW HISTORY OF ISLAMIC SPAIN. Brian A. Catlos

MUSLIM SPAIN AND PORTUGAL: A POLITICAL HISTORY OF AL-ANDALUS. Hugh Kennedy

HOMAGE TO AL-ANDALUS: THE RISE AND FALL OF ISLAMIC SPAIN. Michael B. Barry

CALIPHS AND KINGS: SPAIN, 796-1031. Roger Collins

SPAIN IN THE MIDDLE AGES: FROM FRONTIER TO EMPIRE, 1000-1500. Angus MacKay

THE MERCENARY MEDITERRANEAN: SOVEREIGNTY, RELIGION, AND VIOLENCE IN THE MEDIEVAL CROWN OF ARAGON. Hussein Fancy

CONQUERORS, BRIDES, AND CONCUBINES: INTERFAITH RELATIONS AND SOCIAL POWER IN MEDIEVAL IBERIA. Simon Barton

COMMENT (3/3): Stanley Lane-Poole published back in 1886 'The Story of the Moors in Spain', his perspective was revisionist in favour of the Muslims and the information can be outdated. Simon Barton and Richard Fletcher made an alliance to bring the translations of four Christian chronicles, including the one of El Cid, all accompained by explanatory notes. 'A History of Medieval Spain' is a +700-pages comprehensive and balanced book that covers the period from the Umayyad invasion to the union of Castile and Aragon, a must-have to know about Medieval Spain. Furthermore, O'Callaghan writes a book focused on the struggle to dominate the Gibraltar Strait and and another focused on the fall of the last Muslim territory of Spain, the Emirate of Granada. Elizabeth Drayson presents the fall of Granada from the perspective of Boadbil, the last Muslim ruler. To complete this category, there are three biographies. The first one about the life of Maimonides, an important Muslim intellectual, then 'The Wise King' is the biography of King Alfonso X the Wise, and last but not least we got 'The Quest for El Cid' where Richard Fletcher tries to make a portray of the real El Cid.

THE STORY OF THE MOORS IN SPAIN. Stanley Lane-Poole

THE WORLD OF EL CID: CHRONICLES OF THE SPANISH RECONQUEST. Simon Barton and Richard Fletcher

A HISTORY OF MEDIEVAL SPAIN. Joseph F. O’Callaghan

THE GIBRALTAR CRUSADE: CASTILE AND THE BATTLE FOR THE STRAIT. Joseph F. O’Callaghan

THE LAST CRUSADE IN THE WEST: CASTILE AND THE CONQUEST OF GRANADA. Joseph F. O’Callaghan

THE MOOR’S LAST STAND: HOW SEVEN CENTURIES OF MUSLIM RULE IN SPAIN CAME TO AN END. Elizabeth Drayson

MAIMONIDES: THE LIFE AND WORLD OF ONE OF CIVILIZATION’S GREATEST MINDS. Joel R. Kraemer

THE WISE KING: A CHRISTIAN PRINCE, MUSLIM SPAIN, AND THE BIRTH OF THE RENAISSANCE. Simon R. Doubleday

THE QUEST FOR EL CID. Richard Fletcher

EMPIRE AND GOLDEN AGE

COMMENT (1/3): This category is NOT focused on the exploration, conquest and governance of the American territories (that's the next category), but rather on Spain in general during its golden age, as well as the wars of the old world. Well, there are some exceptions to this, but whatever. One of the greatest Hispanists of all time, Hugh Thomas, wrote 'The Golden Empire' focused on the reign of Charles V and the conquest of the Aztec and Inca Empires, as well as 'World Without End' that focuses on the reign of Philip II. John H. Elliot's classic 'Imperial Spain: 1469-1716' is a balanced account of the rise and fall of the Spanish Empire, without going into much detail on the wars but rather focusing on the causes of its rise and fall. In 'Spain: the Center of the World 1519-1682' Robert Goodwin discusses multiple topics of the Spanish Empire, not just focusing on the political history. Next we have two books of Henry Kamen that examine Imperial Spain, although the second one, 'Empire: How Spain became a world power' has been dismised by many for being little more than anti-Spanish propaganda with no objective data presented. To end with the general books on the Spansh Empire, we have 'The Rise and Fall of the Spanish Empire' by American historian William S. Maltby, who writes a comprehensive and very concise book about Imperial Spain.

THE GOLDEN EMPIRE: SPAIN, CHARLES V, AND THE CREATION OF AMERICA. Hugh Thomas

WORLD WITHOUT END: SPAIN, PHILIP II, AND THE FIRST GLOBAL EMPIRE. Hugh Thomas

IMPERIAL SPAIN: 1469-1716. John H. Elliot

SPAIN: THE CENTER OF THE WORLD 1519-1682. Robert Goodwin

SPAIN, 1469-1714: A SOCIETY OF CONFLICT. Henry Kamen

EMPIRE: HOW SPAIN BECAME A WORLD POWER, 1492-1763. Henry Kamen

THE RISE AND FALL OF THE SPANISH EMPIRE. William S. Maltby

COMMENT (2/3): The Dutch Revolt, also called the Eighty Years' War and Dutch War of Independence, is a central event of the Spanish Empire that is beautifully summarized by Geoffrey Parker and Marjolein 't Hart. Geoffrey Parker also wrote a book focused on the military organization of the Spanish and Dutch armies, as well as the importance and limitations of the Spanish Road. R. A. Stradling examines the little known Armada of Flanders that dominated the North Sea for some decades and was essential for the strategy and logitics of the empire. On the other hand, the next three works are focused on the Thirty Years' War, a war that ended the dominance of the Habsburgs over Europe. The most in-depth and academic work is the 1024-pages long 'The Thirty Years War: Europe's Tragedy' of Peter H. Wilson, while the works of Geofrey Parker and Wedgwood and Grafton are more suitable for the general reader. William S. Maltby writes a magnific and short account on the anti-Spanish Black Legend, Antonio Calabria analyses the finances of the Kingdom of Naples under the Spanish Empire and 'Lending to the Borrower from Hell' takes economic lessons from the four defaults of the Spanish Empire during the reign of Philip II.

THE DUTCH WARS OF INDEPENDENCE: WARFARE AND COMMERCE IN THE NETHERLANDS 1570-1680. Marjolein ‘t Hart

THE DUTCH REVOLT: REVISED EDITION. Geoffrey Parker

THE ARMY OF FLANDERS AND THE SPANISH ROAD, 1567-1659. Geoffrey Parker

THE ARMADA OF FLANDERS: SPANISH MARITIME POLICY AND EUROPEAN WAR, 1568-1668. R. A. Stradling

THE THIRTY YEARS WAR: EUROPE’S TRAGEDY. Peter H. Wilson

THE THIRTY YEARS WAR. C. V. Wedgwood and Anthony Grafton

THE THIRTY YEARS’ WAR. Geoffrey Parker

THE BLACK LEGEND IN ENGLAND: THE DEVELOPMENT OF ANTI-SPANISH SENTIMENT, 1558-1660. William S. Maltby

THE COST OF EMPIRE: THE FINANCES OF THE KINGDOM OF NAPLES IN THE TIME OF SPANISH RULE. Antonio Calabria

LENDING TO THE BORROWER FROM HELL: DEBT, TAXES, AND DEFAULT IN THE AGE OF PHILIP II. Mauricio Drelichman and Hans-Joachim Voth

COMMENT (3/3): Now we have some very interesting biographies, starting with the delightful 'Isabella: The Warrior Queen' of Kirstin Downey, about the life of the most famous female leader of Spain. Thomas Walsh published in the first half of the 20th century 'Isabella of Spain: the Last Crusader' that was well-written but maybe a bit outdated by now. Julia Fox tells the tragic stories of the two daughters of Ferdinand and Isabella in her informative 'Sister Queens', while Bethany Aram focuses exclusively on Juana the Mad and discusses whether or not Juana was really mad or a victim of the politics of her family. Then William Maltby authores a short account of the reign of Charles I of Spain and V of the Holy Roman Empire. Okay this one is not a biography, but 'Defenders of the Faith' is the story of two men that competed to dominate Europe, Charles V and Suleyman the Magnificent. Leading historian Geoffrey Parker is writing a 400-pages biography of Charles V with 'Emperor: A New Life of Charles V', coming in 2019. He is also the author of the best biography of King Philip II, although historian Henry Kamen also published a balanced biography. In 'Alba' William S. Maltby wrote a biography of one of the most important Spanish figures, Duke of Alba Fernando Álvarez de Toledo, a great statesman-soldier. To close this category, we have two biographies of two important religious women, Teresa of Ávila and María of Ágreda, and the biography of the most influential man of the court of Philip IV, valido and Count-Duke of Olivares, who tried to centralize and revitalize Spain but his attempt almost destroyed the empire.

ISABELLA: THE WARRIOR QUEEN. Kirstin Downey

ISABELLA OF SPAIN: THE LAST CRUSADER (1451-1504). William Thomas Walsh

SISTER QUEENS: THE NOBLE, TRAGIC LIVES OF KATHERINE OF ARAGON AND JUANA, QUEEN OF CASTILE. Julia Fox

JUANA THE MAD: SOVEREIGNTY AND DYNASTY IN RENAISSANCE EUROPE. Bethany Aram

THE REIGN OF CHARLES V. William S. Maltby

DEFENDERS OF THE FAITH: CHARLES V, SULEYMAN THE MAGNIFICENT, AND THE BATTLE FOR EUROPE, 1520-1536. James Reston

EMPEROR: A NEW LIFE OF CHARLES V. Geoffrey Parker

IMPRUDENT KING: A NEW LIFE OF PHILIP II. Geoffrey Parker

PHILIP OF SPAIN. Henry Kamen

ALBA. BIOGRAPHY OF FERNANDO ÁLVAREZ DE TOLEDO, THIRD DUKE OF ALBA, 1507-82. William S. Maltby

THE LIFE OF SAINT TERESA OF AVILA BY HERSELF. Teresa de Ávila and J. M. Cohen

MARÍA OF AGREDA: MYSTICAL LADY IN BLUE. Marilyn H. Fedewa

THE COUNT-DUKE OF OLIVARES: THE STATEMAN IN AN AGE OF DECLINE. John H. Elliott

CONQUEST AND RULE OF AMERICA

COMMENT (1/3): Now this category is focused on the exploration of the world, conquest and rule of Spanish America and the Philippines. There are also primary sources and first-hand accounts. Hugh Thomas wrote an amazing book about the early conquest of America, 'Rivers of Gold', while 'Empires of the Atlantic World' of historian John H. Elliot compares the Spanish Empire and the British Empire. Both the works of Buddy Levy and Hugh Thomas on the conquest of the Aztec Empire are impressive books, pick any of these two. 'The Conquest of New Spain' was the first-hand account of the Spanish conquest of the Aztecs, written by soldier Bernal Díaz del Castillo. Matthew Restall wrote a revisionist book focused on Cortés and Montezuma, while Kevin H. Spiel wrote the two-volume series 'Conquistador Voices' that recounts with minimal commentary the Spanish conquest of America. Then we have 'The Last Days of the Incas' of Kim MacQuarrie and 'The Conquest of the Incas' of John Hemming, both focused on how a few Spaniards managed to ally with thousands of natives and dominate Peru. In addition to that, Charles C. Mann wrote one book about the pre-Columbian societies and another after the discovery, very well-written and captivating.

RIVERS OF GOLD: THE RISE OF THE SPANISH EMPIRE, FROM COLUMBUS TO MAGELLAN. Hugh Thomas

EMPIRES OF THE ATLANTIC WORLD: BRITAIN AND SPAIN IN AMERICA 1492-1830. John H. Elliot

CONQUISTADOR: HERNAN CORTES, KING MONTEZUMA AND THE LAST STAND OF THE AZTECS. Buddy Levy

CONQUEST: CORTES, MONTEZUMA AND THE FALL OF OLD MEXICO. Hugh Thomas

THE CONQUEST OF NEW SPAIN. Bernal Díaz del Castillo and John M. Cohen

WHEN MONTEZUMA MET CORTÉS: THE TRUE STORY OF THE MEETING THAT CHANGED HISTORY. Matthew Restall

CONQUISTADOR VOICES. VOLUME 1. THE SPANISH CONQUEST OF THE AMERICAS AS RECOUNTED LARGELY BY THE PARTICIPANTS. Kevin H. Siepel

CONQUISTADOR VOICES. VOLUME 2. THE SPANISH CONQUEST OF THE AMERICAS AS RECOUNTED LARGELY BY THE PARTICIPANTS. Kevin H. Siepel

THE LAST DAYS OF THE INCAS. Kim MacQuarrie

THE CONQUEST OF THE INCAS. John Hemming

1491: NEW REVELATIONS OF THE AMERICAS BEFORE COLUMBUS. Charles C. Mann

1493. UNCOVERING THE NEW WORLD COLUMBUS CREATED. Charles C. Mann

COMMENT (2/3): '1494' is a book focused on the Treaty of Tordesillas that divided the world between Spain and Portugal. Both 'Columbus' and 'The Four Voyages' narrate the story of the four voyages of Christopher Columbus, the latter being a first-hand account of Columbus himself. 'The Broken Spears' deals with the little-known Aztec perspectives of the Spanish conquest, a must-read to understand the conquest with a multidimensional understanding. Matthew Restall again tries to revise the Spanish conquest with his 'Seven myths of the Spanish conquest'. Then we have three first-hand accounts and primary sources of very important Spaniards of this era. 'A Short Account of the Destruction of the Indies' is the classical account of Bartolomé de Las Casas that criticized the Spanish conquest for its brutality, 'Letters from Mexico' are the letters written by Hernán Cortés to Charles V, and 'Chronicle of the Narvaez Expedition' is the first-hand account of Cabeza de Vaca, who explored territories that today are part of the United States. Furthermore, 'A Land So Strange' is about the adventures of Cabeza de Vaca too. William H. Prescott wrote his classic 'History of the Conquest of Peru' back in the 19th century, which is outdated but I still felt like it had to be on the list, whereas 'Over the Edge of the World' is the epic story of the first circumnavigation of the Earth led by Magellan. Next we have two books on Portugal, 'Conquerors' of historian Roger Crowley focuses on how Portugal expanded overseas while 'The Last Crusade' of Nigel Cliff is centered around the voyages of Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama.

1494: HOW A FAMILY FEUD IN MEDIEVAL SPAIN DIVIDED THE WORLD IN HALF. Stephen R. Brown

COLUMBUS: THE FOUR VOYAGES, 1492-1504. Laurence Bergreen

THE FOUR VOYAGES: BEING HIS OWN LOG-BOOK, LETTERS AND DISPATCHES WITH CONNECTING NARRATIVES. Christopher Columbus and John M. Cohen

THE BROKEN SPEARS: THE AZTEC ACCOUNT OF THE CONQUEST OF MEXICO. Miguel Leon-Portilla and Lysander Kemp

SEVEN MYTHS OF THE SPANISH CONQUEST. Matthew Restall

A SHORT ACCOUNT OF THE DESTRUCTION OF THE INDIES. Bartolome de las Casas and Nigel Griffin

LETTERS FROM MEXICO. Hernán Cortés and Anthony Pagden

CHRONICLE OF THE NARVAEZ EXPEDITION. Alvar Nuñez Cabeza de Vaca and Harold Augenbraum

A LAND SO STRANGE: THE EPIC JOURNEY OF CABEZA DE VACA. Andrés Reséndez

HISTORY OF THE CONQUEST OF PERU. William H. Prescott

OVER THE EDGE OF THE WORLD: MAGELLAN’S TERRIFYING CIRCUMNAVIGATION OF THE GLOBE. Laurence Bergreen

CONQUERORS: HOW PORTUGAL FORGED THE FIRST GLOBAL EMPIRE. Roger Crowley

THE LAST CRUSADE: THE EPIC VOYAGES OF VASCO DA GAMA. Nigel Cliff

COMMENT (3/3): 'The Columbian Exchange' of Alfred W. Crosby Jr. is a discerning and comprehensive account on the biological exchanges between the Old and the New World, like the spread of diseases or the exchange of animals and food. Matthew Restall publishes another work on Latin America, where he pays attention to all the ethnic groups that had a role in the colonization of America. Historian Herbert S. Klein surprises with his technical book on the Spanish American finances from 1680 up to the start of the Peninsular War, and Adrian J. Pearce analyses the Bourbon colonial reforms prior to the reign of Charles III. Then we have some biographies, starting with 'Admiral of the Ocean Sea' that narrates and reviews brilliantly the figure of Christopher Columbus. The list follows with a biography of Hernando de Soto, who seek a second Incan Empire in North America, and the life of Bartolome de Las Casas brought by Paul S. Vickery. 'Antonio de Mendoza' of Arthur Scott Aiton is an old book published in 1927, but I couldn't find an updated edition of the portray of the man who was appointed to replace Hernán Cortés to manage New Spain. Then Stafford Poole deals with the reformist Pedro Moya de Contreras, and to close the category we have the story of priest Junipero Serra, who founded the colony of California back in the 18th century.

THE COLUMBIAN EXCHANGE: BIOLOGICAL AND CULTURAL CONSEQUENCES OF 1492. Alfred W. Crosby Jr.

LATIN AMERICA IN COLONIAL TIMES. Matthew Restall and Kris Lane

THE AMERICAN FINANCES OF THE SPANISH EMPIRE: ROYAL INCOME AND EXPENDITURES IN COLONIAL MEXICO, PERU, AND BOLIVIA, 1680-1809. Herbert S. Klein

THE ORIGINS OF BOURBON REFORM IN SPANISH SOUTH AMERICA, 1700-1763. Adrian J. Pearce

ADMIRAL OF THE OCEAN SEA: A LIFE OF CHRISTOPHER COLUMBUS. Samuel Eliot Morison

HERNANDO DE SOTO: A SAVAGE QUEST IN THE AMERICAS. David E. Duncan

BARTOLOME OF LAS CASAS: GREAT PROPHET OF THE AMERICAS. Paul S. Vickery

ANTONIO DE MENDOZA, FIRST VICEROY OF NEW SPAIN. Arthur Scott Aiton

PEDRO MOYA DE CONTRERAS: CATHOLIC REFORM AND ROYAL POWER IN NEW SPAIN, 1571-1591. Stafford Poole

JOURNEY TO THE SUN: JUNIPERO SERRA’S DREAM AND THE FOUNDING OF CALIFORNIA. Gregory Orfalea

BOURBON SPAIN AND REFORM

COMMENT: There are not many books in English about the Spanish 18th century. It was a century of being the virtual vassal of France, yet there were some important reforms to modernize and centralize Spain. 'The War of the Spanish Succession,, 1701-1714' is the only English book I could find about the War of the Spanish Succession, a very important event for Spain and Europe. This work of James Falkner is a must have. Then we have 'Bourbon Spain, 1700-1808' of the historian John Lynch, who analyses in depth the reforms of the 18th century and discusses its intrinsic limitations. Hargreaves-Mawdsley explored in 1979 the period of Bourbon reform from a political, diplomatic and institutional perspective, in a book relatively light. In 'The temptations of trade' Adrian Finucane studies a very unknown topic, the Spanish and English relationships after the asiento agreement that gave the British South Sea Company a monopoly on the slave trade of the Spanish Atlantic. Christopher Storrs revises the figure of Philip V of Spain, as he defenses his reforms and military might in the Mediterranean. Gabriel B. Paquette and Stanley J. Stein explore the administrative, economic and colonial reforms of the late 18th century, while 'Spain and the Independence of the United States' is a comprehensive book on the little known role of Spain during the American War of Independence. Hispanist Henry Kamen wrote a biography of King Philip V, Charles Petrie did the same with King Charles III, the Enlightened reformer and despot, and the list ends with a biography of Bernardo de Gálvez, the most relevant Spanish figure in the independence of the United States of America.

THE WAR OF THE SPANISH SUCCESSION, 1701-1714. James Falkner

BOURBON SPAIN, 1700-1808. John Lynch

EIGHTEENTH-CENTURY SPAIN 1700-1788: A POLITICAL, DIPLOMATIC AND INSTITUTIONAL HISTORY. W. N. Hargreaves-Mawdsley

THE TEMPTATIONS OF TRADE: BRITAIN, SPAIN, AND THE STRUGGLE FOR EMPIRE. Adrian Finucane

THE SPANISH RESURGENCE, 1713-1748. Christopher Storrs

ENLIGHTENMENT, GOVERNANCE, AND REFORM IN SPAIN AND ITS EMPIRE, 1759-1808. Gabriel B. Paquette

APOGEE OF EMPIRE: SPAIN AND NEW SPAIN IN THE AGE OF CHARLES III, 1759-1789. Stanley J. Stein and Barbara H. Stein

SPAIN AND THE INDEPENDENCE OF THE UNITED STATES: AN INTRINSIC GIFT. Thomas E. Chávez

PHILIP V OF SPAIN: THE KING WHO REIGNED TWICE. Henry Kamen

KING CHARLES III OF SPAIN: AN ENLIGHTENED DESPOT. Charles Petrie

BERNARDO DE GÁLVEZ: SPANISH HERO OF THE AMERICAN REVOLUTION. Gonzalo M. Quintero Saravia

FALL OF THE EMPIRE AND CRISIS

COMMENT (1/2): The Napoleonic invasion triggered the independentist struggles in Spanish America and provoked the decadence and internal strife that we still see today in Spain. As a clear examination of the Spanish internal politics before the Napoleonic invasion, we have 'The Troubled Trinity' of Douglas Hilt, who tells the story of the decadent reign of Charles IV and the man who actually ruled, the ambitious Manuel Godoy. Then we have many books about the crucial Spanish War of Independence, better known in the Anglo world as the Peninsular War. Historian Charles J. Esdaile writes an excellent and balanced book about the Peninsular War, emphasizing the role of the Spanish that is often forgotten in the British historiography. Michael Glover offers a more concise and Anglo-centric book, although with very interesting first-hand accounts of what was like to fight in the war and how was the daily life for the combatants. Again Charles J. Esdaile writes a comprehensive book, this time focused in the role of the Spanish guerrillas, as well as the resurgence of bandits. Ronald Fraser writes an informative and analytical account on Napoleon's Vietnam, while David Gates does the same but focusing more on the military operations and illustrating it with many maps. Published in the early 20th century, Sir Charles Oman wrote 7 volumes on the Peninsular War, so his books are only worth it if you want an extremely detailed work about this war. Read the rest of the comment below.

THE TROUBLED TRINITY: GODOY AND THE SPANISH MONARCHS. Douglas Hilt

PENINSULAR WAR: A NEW HISTORY. Charles J. Esdaile

THE PENINSULAR WAR, 1807-1814. Michael Glover

FIGHTING NAPOLEON: GUERRILAS, BANDITS AND ADVENTURERS IN SPAIN, 1808-1814. Charles J. Esdaile

NAPOLEON’S CURSED WAR: POPULAR RESISTANCE IN THE SPANISH PENINSULAR WAR, 1808-1814. Ronald Fraser

THE SPANISH ULCER: A HISTORY OF THE PENINSULAR WAR. David Gates

A HISTORY OF THE PENINSULAR WAR 1807-1809: FROM THE TREATY OF FONTAINEBLEAU TO THE BATTLE OF CORUNNA. Sir Charles Oman

A HISTORY OF THE PENINSULAR WAR: JANUARY-SEPTEMBER 1809: FROM THE BATTLE OF CORUNNA TO THE END OF THE TALAVERA CAMPAIGN. Sir Charles Oman

A HISTORY OF THE PENINSULAR WAR: SEPTEMBER 1809 TO DECEMBER 1810: OCANA, CADIZ, BUSSACO, TORRES VEDRAS. Sir Charles Oman

A HISTORY OF THE PENINSULAR WAR, VOLUME IV: DECEMBER 1810-DECEMBER 1811: MASSENA'S RETREAT, FUENTES DE ONORO, ALBUERA, TARRAGONA. Sir Charles Oman

A HISTORY OF THE PENINSULAR WAR: OCTOBER 1811 TO AUGUST 31, 1812: VALENCIA, CIUDAD RODRIGO, BADAJOZ, SALAMANCA, MADRID. Sir Charles Oman

A HISTORY OF THE PENINSULAR WAR: SEPTEMBER 1, 1812 TO AUGUST 5, 1813: THE SIEGE OF BURGOS, THE RETREAT FROM BURGOS, THE CAMPAIGN OF VITTORIA, THE BATTLES OF THE PYRENEES. Sir Charles Oman

HISTORY OF THE PENINSULAR WAR VOL. 7: AUGUST 1813 TO APRIL 14, 1814: ST. SEBASTIAN, INVASION OF FRANCE, THE NIVELLE, THE NIVE, ORTHEZ, TOULOUSE. Sir Charles Oman

COMMENT (2/2): John Lynch and Anthony McFarlane write the best works on the wars of independence in Spanish America, it's a shame that we don't have a detailed book about the independence of each mainland Spanish American colony. There are two biographies of Simon Bolivar at the end of this category. Surprisingly, the rest of the Spanish history of the 19th century is virtually uncovered in English (as far as I know), until the Spanish-American War. Ferdinand VII, the worst king Spain ever had, has no biography in English, and I couldn't find any book on the Carlist Wars and the internal political turmoil of this period. Then we got the Spanish-American War. 'Empire by default' of Ivan Musicant is probably the most detailed account of the conflict, although the other two seem like very fine works too and the work of Quesada and Walsh is a very concise book of the war, including the Philippine Insurrection. Finally we got a book on the dictatorship of Miguel Primo de Rivera of the 1920s, someone pretty unknown outside Spain.

THE SPANISH AMERICAN REVOLUTIONS 1808-1826. John Lynch

THE WARS OF SPANISH AMERICAN INDEPENDENCE, 1809-29. John Fletcher

THE INDEPENDENCE OF SPANISH AMERICA. Jaime E. Rodríguez

AMERICANOS: LATIN AMERICA’S STRUGGLE FOR INDEPENDENCE. John Charles Chasteen

WAR AND INDEPENDENCE IN SPANISH AMERICA. Anthony McFarlane

EMPIRE BY DEFAULT: THE SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR AND THE DAWN OF THE AMERICAN CENTURY. Ivan Musicant

THE SPANISH WAR: AN AMERICAN EPIC 1898. G. J. A. O'Tolle

THE SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR, 1898. Albert A. Nofi

THE SPANISH-AMERICAN WAR AND PHILIPPINE INSURRECTION: 1898-1902. Alejandro de Quesada and Stephen Walsh

FASCISM FROM ABOVE: THE DICTATORSHIP OF PRIMO DE RIVERA IN SPAIN, 1923-1930. Shlomo Ben-Ami

BOLIVAR: AMERICAN LIBERATOR. Marie Arana

SIMON BOLIVAR: A LIFE. John Lynch

SECOND REPUBLIC AND SPANISH CIVIL WAR

COMMENT (1/2): Here we go with a period of chaos and civil war. Texan historian Stanley G. Payne delivers an impressive book about the Second Spanish Republic. The chaos and violence of the Second Republic allowed the civil war to happen, so I would recommend to read this book to have the complete context of the war. 'The Spanish Second Republic Revisited', written by two Spanish historians, also tries to draw an objective picture of the republic. Then we got four books focused on the general evolution of the Spanish Civil War, all written by great Hispanist historians. I think, and many do so, that the definitive, superb and most objective book about the civil war is 'The Spanish Civil War: Revised Edition' written by the excellent Hispanist Hugh Thomas. Such a shame that he died in 2017. Anyway, his book is 1100-pages long but again, it's the best and most unbiased work out there, 100% recommended. Then we have the book of Stanley G. Payne, that has less than 300 pages and although it's a balanced book, some accuse Payne to be a Francoist apologist. The same applies to the works of Antony Beevor and Paul Preston but the other way around, they are seen by some as too biased in favour of the Republican side. Read the rest of the comment below.

SPAIN’S FIRST DEMOCRACY: THE SECOND REPUBLIC, 1931-1936. Stanley G. Payne

THE SPANISH SECOND REPUBLIC REVISITED: FROM DEMOCRATIC HOPES TO CIVIL WAR. Manuel Álvarez Tardío and Fernando del Rey Reguillo

THE SPANSH CIVIL WAR: REVISED EDITION. Hugh Thomas

THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR. Stanley G. Payne

THE BATTLE FOR SPAIN: THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1936-1939. Antony Beevor

THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR: REACTION, REVOLUTION, AND REVENGE. Paul Preston

COMMENT (2/2): On a different note, 'Spain in our hearts' is a well-written book that tells the story of the left-wing Americans that fought for the Republic, while Christopher Othen explores the less-known story of those foreigners who fought for the Nationalist side. 'Forgotten Places: Barcelona and the Spanish Civil War' is a guide to Barcelona during the war, talking about the key events, places and personalities, while Julius Ruiz focuses on the Red Terror of Madrid. Hourly History publishes a very short and simplified overview of this complex conflict. 'Homage to Catalonia' of George Orwell is the most famous first-hand account of the war, while Amanda Vaill reinvents and created a narrative from the unpublished letters and diaries of foreign correspondants of Spain who lived there during the war. To end this category of the Spanish Civil War, pro-republican historian Paul Preston focuses on the Republican side in 1939 with 'The last days of the Spanish Republic'.

SPAIN IN OUR HEARTS: AMERICANS IN THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR, 1936-1939. Adam Hochschild

FRANCO’S INTERNATIONAL BRIGADES: ADVENTURERS, FASCISTS, AND CHRISTIAN CRUSADERS IN THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR. Christopher Othen

FORGOTTEN PLACES: BARCELONA AND THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR. Nick Lloyd

THE 'RED TERROR' AND THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR: REVOLUTIONARY VIOLENCE IN MADRID. Julius Ruiz

SPANISH CIVIL WAR: A HISTORY FROM BEGINNING TO END. Hourly History

HOMAGE TO CATALONIA. George Orwell

HOTEL FLORIDA: TRUTH, LOVE, AND DEATH IN THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR. Amanda Vaill

THE LAST DAYS OF THE SPANISH REPUBLIC. Paul Preston

FRANCO REGIME

COMMENT: Almost all the books of this category are biographical, since the government of Franco was authoritarian and personalistic. As with the books on the Spanish Second Republic and Civil War, the events continue to heavily influence Spanish politics and that influences historians too, who can be viewed as more right-wing, or less critics with Franco, or more left-wing. American historian Stanley G. Payne talks about the formation of the Nationalist side and the different phases of the government of Franco in 'The Franco Regime, 1936-1975', while he coauthors a biography of Franco with Jesús Palacios. On the other hand, British Hispanist Paul Preston criticizes and tries to demystify Franco with his more than 1000 pages-long biography. He also wrote a book about the executions of the Nationalist side and later Franco dictatorship, where again he is criticized by some for his left-wing bias. Finally, Enrique Moradiellos writes a relatively short but rather fresh and wannabe-objetive biography of Franco, and the editorial Charles River Editors publishes a short and introductory book on the central figure of 20th century Spain.

THE FRANCO REGIME, 1936-1975. Stanley G. Payne

FRANCO: A PERSONAL AND POLITICAL BIOGRAPHY. Stanley G. Payne and Jesús Palacios

FRANCO: A BIOGRAPHY. Paul Preston

THE SPANISH HOLOCAUST: INQUISITION AND EXTERMINATION IN TWENTIETH-CENTURY SPAIN. Paul Preston

FRANCO: ANATOMY OF A DICTATOR. Enrique Moradiellos

FRANCISCO FRANCO: THE LIFE AND LEGACY OF THE CONTROVERSIAL SPANISH DICTATOR. Charles River Editors

OTHERS

COMMENT: Here is a miscellany of books difficult to classify in the specific previous periods. This category will probably experience more growth than any other over time. The first book of the list is about the Basques and pieces of their history and culture, and it's the most highly regarded English book about them. 'The Jews of Spain' is the history of the Jews that settled in Spain from their firsts settlements up to their expulsion in 1492. The next three try to reveal the truth of the infamous Spanish Inquisition. The great British historian Henry Kamen rebuts the many myths and exaggerations spread by the English and Dutch concerning the Spanish Inquisition. Then you have the more critical account of Joseph Pérez, while Raphael Sabatini portrays Torquemada, the man that kickstarted the Spanish Inquisition, as a fanatic and sadistic person. 'Blood and Faith' describes the process of religious unification with the expelling of the remaining Muslims in the 17th century, a very interesting topic brought up by Matthew Carr. The Economist and The Guardian correspondant Giles Tremlett gives an affectionate and informative perspective about the "pact of forgetting" that has been present in the Spanish society since the fall of Franco's regime and the democratic transition. Stanley G. Payne writes about the evolution of fascism in Spain, from 1923, the dictatorship of Primo the Rivera, to 1977 with the transition to democracy. Finally, 'The Disinherited' and 'Imagining Spain' are both rich and in-depth books written by Hispanist Henry Kamen. The first one talks about the expelled inhabitants of Spain, due to political, religious or other reasons. The latter is an analysis of the Spanish nationalism and the problems to form an Spanish identity and collective memory, a question that continues to influences Spain to this day.

THE BASQUE HISTORY OF THE WORLD: THE STORY OF A NATION. Mark Kurlansky

THE JEWS OF SPAIN: A HISTORY OF SEPHARDIC EXPERIENCE. Jane S. Gerber

THE SPANISH INQUISITON: A HISTORICAL REVISION. Henry Kamen

THE SPANISH INQUISITION: A HISTORY. Joseph Pérez

TORQUEMADA AND THE SPANISH INQUISITION. Raphael Sabatini

BLOOD AND FAITH: THE PURGING OF MUSLIM SPAIN. Matthew Carr

GHOSTS OF SPAIN. Giles Tremlett

FASCISM IN SPAIN, 1923-1977. Stanley G. Payne

THE DISINHERITED: EXILE AND THE MAKING OF SPANISH CULTURE, 1492-1975. Henry Kamen

IMAGINING SPAIN: HISTORICAL MYTH AND NATIONAL IDENTITY. Henry Kamen

Spanish books

I will not comment, at least for the moment, the categories of the Spanish books because there are too many. Nonetheless, let me recommend the must-have books (the English books that are also available in Spanish are not in the list, but of course they are must-haves as well):

  1. As a collection, the one of Editorial Crítica. Planeta also has a good collection, although I couldn’t find it on Amazon, or Ariel.
  2. HISTORIA DE LA HISPANIA ROMANA. Pedro Barceló and Juan José Ferrer Maestro –> Great book to learn the most important events and the influence of the Romans in Spain.
  3. CONQUISTADORES, EMIRES Y CALIFAS: LOS OMEYAS Y LA FORMACIÓN DE AL-ANDALUS. Eduardo Manzano –> Eduardo Manzano writes an informative and well-written account about the different Muslim Spanish states that existed in the Iberian Peninsula.
  4. HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA DE LA EDAD MEDIA. Vicente Ángel Álvarez Palenzuela –> From Ariel editorial, we have this long book about the history of the many Medieval states of Spain, the only thing it lacks is a good table of contents and maps.
  5. LA ESPAÑA DE LOS REYES CATÓLICOS. Miguel Ángel Ladero Quesada –> Spanish historian Miguel Ángel Ladero Quesada studies in-depth the reign of the Catholic Monarchs that paved the way for the unification of Spain.
  6. HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA EN LA EDAD MODERNA. Alfredo Floristán –> Another book of the history of Spain series of Ariel, great to learn the big picture of the era of the Spanish Empire of the Early Modern Era.
  7. DE PAVÍA A ROCROI. LOS TERCIOS ESPAÑOLES. Julio Albi de la Cuesta –> Indispensable book to learn about the military organization that allowed Spain to dominate the rest of Europe in the 16th century and first half of the 17th century, the Tercios.
  8. HISTORIA DE IBEROAMÉRICA. II. HISTORIA MODERNA. Manuel Lucena –> Tremendous account of the conquest, administration, economy and society of Spanish America during the colonial period.
  9. HERNÁN CORTÉS. MÁS ALLÁ DE LA LEYENDA. Christian Duverger –> Balanced biography of Hernán Cortés.
  10. LA GUERRA DE SUCESIÓN DE ESPAÑA (1700-1714). Joaquim Albareda Salvadó –> Great work of Joaquim Albareda Salvadó to learn about this key war between the Habsburgs and Bourbons to put their dynasty in the Spanish throne.
  11. LA GUERRA DE LA INDEPENDENCIA (1808-1814): EL PUEBLO ESPAÑOL, SU EJÉRCITO Y SUS ALIADOS FRENTE A LA OCUPACIÓN NAPOLEÓNICA. Julio Albi de la Cuesta –> Historian Julio Albi writes this magnific book about the Spanish War of Independence.
  12. LA INDEPENDENCIA DE LA AMÉRICA ESPAÑOLA.  Jaime E. Rodríguez O. –> Concise book about the dense and complex subject that is the wars of independence of Spanish America.
  13. FERNANDO VII: UN REY DESEADO Y DETESTADO. Emilio La Parra –> Biography of probably the worst king Spain ever had, Ferdinand VII.
  14. HISTORIA CONTEMPORÁNEA DE ESPAÑA (VOLUMEN 1: 1808-1931). Jordi Canal and others –> Best summary of the turbulent Spanish 19th century.
  15. LAS GUERRAS CARLISTAS. Antonio Manuel Moral Roncal –> Very interesting book on the Carlist Wars, the civil wars that had a major influence over Spanish politics.
  16. HISTORIA CONTEMPORÁNEA DE ESPAÑA. VOLUMEN 2: 1931-2017. Jordi Canal and others –> Following the other one, it’s an amazing account of the last century of Spain.
  17. LA GUERRA CIVIL ESPAÑOLA. Antony Beevor –> Antony Beevor wrote this quite objective account on the crucial Spanish Civil War.
  18. ¿POR QUÉ LA REPÚBLICA PERDIÓ LA GUERRA? Stanley G. Payne –> Historian Stanley G. Payne analyses why the Second Spanish Republic lost the war.
  19. MIEDO Y PROGRESO: LOS ESPAÑOLES DE A PIE BAJO EL FRANQUISMO, 1939-1975. Antonio Cazorla –> Antonio Cazorla authors this work on the repression of Franco’s regime and the economic growth of this period.
  20. TRANSICIÓN. Santos Juliá –> The story of the democratic transition after the death of Franco.
  21. HISTORIA ECONÓMICA DE ESPAÑA. Agustín González Enciso and Juan Manuel Matés. –> Monumental work about the economic history of Spain.
  22. IMPERIO FOBIA Y LEYENDA NEGRA. María Elvira Roca Barea –> Great book written by María Elvira Roca Barea that research the origins of the Black Legend (or anti-Spanish propaganda) and its evolution.
  23. MATER DOLOROSA: LA IDEA DE ESPAÑA EN EL SIGLO XIX. José Álvarez Junco –> The author discusses the Spanish identity, Spanish nationalism and the regional nationalisms.

COLLECTIONS

HISTORIA ANTIGUA. HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA. VOLÚMEN 1. Domingo Plácido

ÉPOCAS MEDIEVALES. HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA. VOLÚMEN 2. Eduardo Manzano Moreno

MONARQUÍA E IMPERIO. HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA. VOLÚMEN 3. Antonio-Miguel Bernal

LA CRISIS DE LA MONARQUÍA HISPANA. HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA. VOLÚMEN 4. Pablo Fernández Albaladejo

REFORMISMO E ILUSTRACIÓN. HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA. VOLÚMEN 5. Pedro Ruíz Torres

LA ÉPOCA DEL LBERALISMO. HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA. VOLÚMEN 6. Josep Fontana Lázaro

RESTAURACIÓN Y DICTADURA. HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA. VOLÚMEN 7. Javier Morena Luzón

REPÚBLICA Y GUERRA CIVIL. HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA. VOLÚMEN 8. Julián Casanova

LA DICTADURA DE FRANCO. HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA. VOLÚMEN 9. Riquer Permanyer

ESPAÑA EN DEMOCRACIA, 1975-2011. HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA. VOLÚMEN 10. Xosé M. Núñez Seixas and Lina Gálvez Muñoz

ESPAÑA Y EUROPA. HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA. VOLÚMEN 11. José Luis García Delgado and José Manuel Sánchez Ron

LAS HISTORIAS DE ESPAÑA. HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA. VOLÚMEN 12. José Álvarez Junco, Carolyn Boyd, Edward Baker and Gregoria de la Fuente Monge

 

HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA. 1. HISTORIA ANTIGUA. John Lynch, John S. Richardson and María Cruz Fernández Castro

HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA. 4. EDAD MODERNA. EL AUGE DEL IMPERIO, 1474-1598. John Lynch and John Edwards

HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA. 5. EDAD MODERNA. CRISIS Y RECUPERACIÓN, 1598-1808. John Lynch

HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA. 6. ÉPOCA CONTEMPORÁNEA. ESPAÑA 1808-2004. John Lynch and Charles Esdaile

 

HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA: PROTOHISTORIA Y ANTIGÜEDAD DE LA PENÍNSULA IBÉRICA. VOLÚMEN 1. LAS FUENTES Y LA IBERIA COLONIAL. Eduardo Sánchez Moreno, Adolfo J. Domínguez Monedero and Joaquín L. Gómez-Pantoja

HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA: PROTOHISTORIA Y ANTIGÜEDAD DE LA PENÍNSULA IBÉRICA. VOLÚMEN 2. LA IBERIA PRERROMANA Y LA ROMANIDAD. Eduardo Sánchez Moreno and Joaquín L. Gómez-Pantoja

HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA: MEDIEVAL. TERRITORIOS, SOCIEDADES Y CULTURAS. Fermín Miranda García and Yolanda Guerrero Navarrete

HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA: ÉPOCA MODERNA. DE LA MONARQUÍA HISPÁNICA A LA CRISIS DEL ANTIGUO RÉGIMEN. Manuel Bustos Rodríguez

HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA: CONTEMPORÁNEA. SIGLOS XIX Y XX. Many authors

 

HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA ANTIGUA. TOMO 1. PROTOHISTORIA. J. Fernández Nieto, Francisco Presedo, Francisco Javier Lomas and José María Blázquez

HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA ANTIGUA. TOMO 2. HISPANIA ROMANA. Jesús Javier Arce Martínez and others

HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA VISIGODA. Luis García Moreno

HISTORIA MEDIEVAL DE LA ESPAÑA CRISTIANA. Paulino Iradiel, Esteban Sarasa and Salustiano Moreta

HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA. SIGLOS XVI Y XVII: LA ESPAÑA DE LOS AUSTRIAS. Ricardo García Cárcel and others

HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA. SIGLO XVIII: LA ESPAÑA DE LOS BORBONES. Jaimes Tortella and others

HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA. SIGLO XIX. Ángel Bahamonde and Jesús A. Martínez

HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA. SIGLO XX. 1875-1939. Ángel Bahamonde and others

 

HISTORIA MILITAR DE ESPAÑA. PREHISTORIA Y ANTIGÜEDAD. Martín Almargo Gorbea and Hugo O’Donnell

HISTORIA MILITAR DE ESPAÑA. EDAD MEDIA. Enrique García Hernán, Miguel Ángel Ladero Quesada and Hugo O’Donnell

HISTORIA MILITAR DE ESPAÑA. EDAD MODERNA. ULTRAMAR Y LA MARINA. Juan José Ortega del Blanco and Hugo O’Donnell

HISTORIA MILITAR DE ESPAÑA. EDAD MODERNA. ESCENARIO EUROPEO. Enrique García Hernán, Luis Ribot and Hugo O’Donnell.

HISTORIA MILITAR DE ESPAÑA. EDAD MODERNA. LOS BORBONES. Enrique García Hernán, Carmen Iglesias and Hugo O’Donnell

HISTORIA MILITAR DE ESPAÑA. EDAD CONTEMPORÁNEA. VOLÚMEN I. Miguel Artola and Hugo O’Donnell

HISTORIA MILITAR DE ESPAÑA. EDAD CONTEMPORÁNEA. VOLÚMEN 2. Gonzalo Anes, Álvarez de Castrillón and Hugo O’Donnell

HISTORIA MILITAR DE ESPAÑA. BATALLAS, CAMPAÑAS Y HECHOS SINGULARES. Alfonso de la Rosa Morena and Hugo O’Donnell

HISTORIA MILITAR DE ESPAÑA. ESTUDIOS HISTORIOGRÁFICOS. GLOSARIO Y CRONOLOGÍA. Enrique García Hernán and Hugo O’Donnell.

PREHISTORY
HISPANIA
BARBARIAN KINGDOMS
MUSLIM SPAIN
RECONQUISTA AND CHRISTIAN MEDIEVAL SPAIN

ATLAS ILUSTRADO DE LA RECONQUISTA. Susaeta Ediciones

VISIGODOS, CÁNTABROS Y VASCONES EN LOS ORÍGENES SOCIALES DE LA RECONQUISTA. Abilio Barbero and Marcelo Vigil

ORÍGENES HISPANOGODOS DEL REINO DE ASTURIAS. Besga Marroquin

HISTORIA MILITAR DE LA RECONQUISTA. TOMO 1: DE LA INVASIÓN AL CALIFATO DE CÓRDOBA. Agustín Alcázar Segura

HISTORIA MILITAR DE LA RECONQUISTA. TOMO 2: DE ALMANZOR A LAS NAVAS DE TOLOSA. Agustín Alcázar Segura

HISTORIA MILITAR DE LA RECONQUISTA. TOMO 3: DE FERNANDO III A LA CONQUISTA DE GRANADA. Agustín Alcázar Segura

LA RECONQUISTA Y ESPAÑA. Pío Moa

LA RECONQUISTA. EL CONCEPTO DE ESPAÑA: UNIDAD Y DIVERSIDAD. Julio Valdeón Baruque

RECONQUISTA. OCHO SIGLOS DE MESTIZAJE Y BATALLAS. María Lara

LA GRAN AVENTURA DEL REINO DE ASTURIAS: ASÍ EMPEZÓ LA RECONQUISTA. José Javier Esparza

MOROS Y CRISTIANOS: LA GRAN AVENTURA DE LA ESPAÑA MEDIEVAL. José Javier Esparza

¡SANTIAGO Y CIERRA ESPAÑA! José Javier Esparza

LA FRONTERA SEFARDÍ: LA RECONQUISTA Y LA COMUNIDAD JUDÍA EN LA ESPAÑA MEDIEVAL. Jonathan Ray

LA HISTORIA DE LA RECONQUISTA. Philip Conrad

CASTILLA Y LEÓN FRENTE AL ISLAM: ESTRATEGIAS DE EXPANSIÓN Y TÁCTICAS MILITARES (SIGLOS XI-XIII). Francisco García Fitz

RELACIONES POLÍTICAS Y GUERRA: LA EXPERIENCIA CASTELLANO-LEONESA FRENTE AL ISLAM. SIGLOS XI-XIII. Francisco García Fitz

CRUZADOS EN LA RECONQUISTA. Francisco García Fitz

LA EDAD MEDIA: GUERRA E IDEOLOGÍA. JUSTIFICACIONES JURÍDICAS Y RELIGIOSAS. Francisco García Fitz

LA MUJER EN LA RECONQUISTA. Heath Dillard

LA ESPAÑA EXPULSADA: LA HERENCIA DE AL-ÁNDALUS. Mariano Fernández Urresti

LA FORMACIÓN MEDIEVAL DE ESPAÑA. Miguel Ángel Ladero Quesada

ESPAÑA A FINALES DE LA EDAD MEDIA. 1. POBLACIÓN. ECONOMÍA. Miguel Ángel Ladero Quesada

LA ESPAÑA DE LA EDAD MEDIA. Angus MacKay

HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA DE LA EDAD MEDIA. Vicente Ángel Álvarez Palenzuela

BREVE HISTORIA DE LA CORONA DE ARAGÓN. David González Ruíz

LA CORONA DE ARAGÓN EN EL CENTRO DE SU HISTORIA, 1208-1458. José Ángel Sesma Muñoz

ECONOMÍA Y SOCIEDAD EN LA ESPAÑA MEDIEVAL. Carlos de Ayala Martínez

LAS NAVAS DE TOLOSA. Francisco García Fitz

EL ENEMIGO EN EL ESPEJO. CRISTIANOS Y MUSULMANES EN LA ESPAÑA MEDIEVAL. Ron Barkai

ALFONSO X EL SABIO: LA FORJA DE LA ESPAÑA MODERNA. Julio Valdeón Baruque

EL CID HISTÓRICO. Gonzalo Martínez Díez

ALFONSO VIII, REY DE CASTILLA Y TOLEDO (1158-1214). Gonzalo Martínez Díez

FERNANDO III EL SANTO. EL REY QUE MARCÓ EL DESTINO DE ESPAÑA. Manuel González Jiménez

PEDRO I EL CRUEL. Manuel Barrios

ENRIQUE IV DE CASTILLA: LA DIFAMACIÓN COMO ARMA POLÍTICA. Luis Suárez

JUAN PACHECO, PRIVADO DE ENRIQUE IV DE CASTILLA: LA PASIÓN POR LA RIQUEZA Y EL PODER. Alfonso Franco Silva

ALFONSO I EL BATALLADOR, REY DE ARAGÓN Y PAMPLONA (1104-1134). José Ángel Lema Pueyo

EMPIRE OF EUROPE

ESPAÑA DE LOS REYES CATÓLICOS (1474-1520). HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA IX. John Edwards

LA ESPAÑA DE LOS REYES CATÓLICOS. Miguel Ángel Ladero Quesada

ATLAS ILUSTRADO DE ESPAÑA COMO IMPERIO. Susaeta Ediciones

HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA EN LA EDAD MODERNA. Alfredo Floristán

EL IMPERIO ESPAÑOL DE CARLOS V. Hugh Thomas

EL SEÑOR DEL MUNDO: FELIPE II Y SU IMPERIO. Hugh Thomas

AUGE Y CAÍDA DEL IMPERIO ESPAÑOL. William S. Maltby

CÓMO SER REY. INSTRUCCIONES DEL EMPERADOR CARLOS V A SU HIJO FELIPE. MAYO DE 1543. Geoffrey Parker

ESPAÑA EN LOS SIGLOS XVI, XVII, XVIII. ECONOMÍA Y SOCIEDAD. Alberto Marcos Martín

LOS COMUNEROS. Joseph Pérez

LAS COMUNIDADES DE CASTILLA: UNA PRIMERA REVOLUCIÓN MODERNA. José Antonio Maravall

CASTILLA EN LLAMAS: LA MANCHA COMUNERA: LA GUERRA DE LAS COMUNIDADES EN CASTILLA LA MANCHA Y MADRID. Miguel F. Gómez Vozmediano

CARLOS V Y SUS BANQUEROS. Ramón Carande

ESPAÑA, EUROPA Y EL MUNDO DE ULTRAMAR (1500-1800). John H. Elliott

PODERÍO NAVAL Y MODERNIZACIÓN DEL ESTADO: POLÍTICA DE CONSTRUCCIÓN NAVAL ESPAÑOLA, SIGLOS XVI-XVIII. Iván Valdez-Bubnov

DE PAVÍA A ROCROI. LOS TERCIOS ESPAÑOLES. Julio Albi de la Cuesta

LEPANTO. LA BATALLA QUE SALVÓ EUROPA. Agustín Ramon Rodríguez González

ATLAS ILUSTRADO DE LOS TERCIOS ESPAÑOLES EN FLANDES. Susaeta Ediciones

TERCIOS DE ESPAÑA. LA INFANTERÍA LEGENDARIA. Fernando Martínez Laínez

LA GUERRA DE FRISIA: LAS CAMPAÑAS DEL CORONEL VERDUGO EN EL NORTE DE FLANDES (1579-1594). Hugo Álvaro Cañete

LOS TERCIOS DE FLANDES EN ALEMANIA. LA GUERRA DEL PALATINADO 1620-1623. Hugo Álvaro Cañete

LOS TERCIOS EN EL MEDITERRÁNEO: LOS SITIOS DE CASTELNUOVO Y MALTA. Hugo Álvaro Cañete

LOS TERCIOS EN AMÉRICA: LA JORNADA DE BRASIL, SALVADOR DE BAHÍA 1624-1625. Hugo Álvaro Cañete

BATALLA DE LA GUERRA DE LOS TREINTA AÑOS: DE LA MONTAÑA BLANCA A NORDLINGEN 1618-1635. Hugo Álvaro Cañete

BATALLAS DE LA GUERRA DE LOS TREINTA AÑOS: DE WITTSTOCK A LA PAZ DE WESTFALIA, 1638-1648. Hugo Álvaro Cañete

TERCIOS. HISTORIA ILUSTRADA DE LA LEGENDARIA INFANTERÍA ESPAÑOLA. José Javier Esparza

EL EJÉRCITO DE FLANDES Y EL CAMINO ESPAÑOL 1567-1659. Geoffrey Parker

LA EUROPA DIVIDIDA. 1559-1598. John H. Elliott

ESPAÑA Y SU MUNDO (1500-1700). John H. Elliott

LOS AUSTRIAS: 1516-1700. John Lynch

LA EDAD DE ORO DE LOS VIRREYES. EL VIRREINATO EN LA MONARQUÍA HISPÁNICA DURANTE LOS SIGLOS XVI Y XVII. Manuel Rivero Rodríguez

LA GRAN ARMADA: LA MAYOR FLOTA JAMÁS VISTA DESDE LA CREACIÓN DEL MUNDO. Geoffrey Parker and Colin Martin

UNA PICA EN FLANDES. Fernando Martínez Laínez

LA GUERRA DE LOS TREINTA AÑOS. Geoffrey Parker

LA GUERRA DE LOS TREINTA AÑOS. UNA TRAGEDIA EUROPEA. 1618-1630. Peter H. Wilson

LA GUERRA DE LOS TREINTA AÑOS. UNA TRAGEDIA EUROPEA. 1630-1648. Peter H. Wilson

PORTUGAL Y LA MONARQUÍA HISPÁNICA (CA. 1550-CA. 1715). Pedro Cardim

ESPAÑA Y PORTUGAL EN EL MUNDO (1581-1668). Carlos Martínez Shaw and José Antonio Martínez Torres

LA REBELIÓN DE LOS CATALANES. UN ESTUDIO DE LA DECADENCIA DE ESPAÑA (1598-1640). John H. Elliott

LOS BANQUEROS Y LA CRISIS DE LA MONARQUÍA HISPÁNICA DE 1640. Carmen Sanz Ayán

LA POLÍTICA INTERNACIONAL DE FELIPE IV: GUERRA Y DIPLOMACIA EN EL SIGLO XVII. Francisco Martín Sanz

LA INQUISICIÓN ESPAÑOLA: MITO E HISTORIA. Henry Kamen

REFORMA Y CONTRARREFORMA. EUROPA ENTRE 1520 Y 1648. Heinrich Lutz

LA DECADENCIA DE LA MONARQUÍA HISPÁNICA EN EL SIGLO XVII. VIEJAS IMÁGENES Y NUEVAS APORTACIONES. María del Carmen Saavedra

BRAVUCONADAS DE LOS ESPAÑOLES. Pierre de Bourdeille and Pío Moa

MEMORIAS DEL CAPITÁN CONTRERAS: VIDA DE ESTE CAPITÁN. Alonso de Guillén Contreras

FERNANDO EL CATÓLICO. Luis Suárez

FERNANDO EL CATÓLICO. CRÓNICA DE UN REINADO. Fernando Martínez Laínez

FERNANDO EL CATÓLICO. Henry Kamen

ISABEL I, REINA. Luis Suárez

ISABEL LA CATÓLICA. Manuel Fernández Álvarez

ISABEL LA CATÓLICA. LA PRIMER GRAN REINA DE EUROPA. Giles Tremlett

CISNEROS, EL CARDENAL DE ESPAÑA. Joseph Pérez

JUANA LA LOCA: LA CAUTIVA DE TORDESILLAS. Manuel Fernández Álvarez

EL GRAN CAPITÁN: EL HÉROE MILITAR DE LOS REYES CATÓLICOS. José Enrique Luis Domènec

CARLOS V, EL CÉSAR Y EL HOMBRE. Manuel Fernández Álvarez

FELIPE II: LA BIOGRAFÍA DEFINITIVA. Geoffrey Parker

FELIPE II. Manuel Fernández Álvarez

ÁLVARO DE BÁZAN. CAPITÁN GENERAL DEL MAR OCÉANO. Agustín R. Rodríguez González

GRAN DUQUE DE ALBA. EL SOLDADO DE LA ESPAÑA IMPERIAL. Henry Kamen

EL GRAN DUQUE DE ALBA. William S. Maltby

EL DUQUE DE HIERRO. Manuel Fernández Álvarez

SPÍNOLA. CAPITÁN GENERAL DE LOS TERCIOS. José I. Benavides

ALEXANDER. LA EXTRAORDINARIA HISTORIA DE ALEJANDRO FARNESIO. Luis de Carlos Beltrán

JULIÁN ROMERO. EL DE LAS HAZAÑAS. Jesús de las Heras

FELIPE IV. Alfredo Alvar Ezquerra

RICHELIEU Y OLIVARES. John H. Elliott

EL MUNDO DE LOS VALIDOS. John H. Elliott

EL DUQUE DE LERMA. Alfredo Alvar Ezquerra

EL CONDE-DUQUE DE OLIVARES. John H. Elliott

RUY GÓMEZ DE SILVA, PRÍNCIPE DE ÉBOLI: SU TIEMPO Y SU CONTEXTO. José Antonio Guillén Berrendero, Juan Hernández Franco and Esther Alegre Carvajal

EMPIRE OVERSEAS

LA ESPAÑA IMPERIAL. John H. Elliott

EL IMPERIO ESPAÑOL:  DE COLÓN A MAGALLANES. Hugh Thomas

LOS CONQUISTADORES. UNA BREVE INTRODUCCIÓN. Matthew Restall

LOS EXPLORADORES ESPAÑOLES DEL SIGLO XVI. Charles Lummis

PEQUEÑA HISTORIA DE LA CONQUISTA DE AMÉRICA. Henry Kamen

LOS CUATRO VIAJES. TESTAMENTO. Cristóbal Colón

HISTORIA VERDADERA DE LA CONQUISTA DE LA NUEVA ESPAÑA. Bernal Díaz del Castillo

SUMA Y NARRACIÓN DE LOS INCAS. Juan de Betanzos and María del Carmen Martín Rubio

VISIÓN DE LOS VENCIDOS. Miguel León Portilla

HISTORIA GENERAL DE LAS INDIAS. Francisco López de Gomara

CARTAS DE RELACIÓN. Hernán Cortés

HISTORIA DE LA CONQUISTA DE MÉXICO. William H. Prescott

LA CONQUISTA DE MÉXICO. Hugh Thomas

BREVÍSIMA RELACIÓN DE LA DESTRUCCIÓN DE LAS INDIAS. Bartolomé de las Casas

RELACIÓN DE LAS COSAS DE YUCATÁN. Diego de Landa

EL VIEJO MUNDO Y EL NUEVO (1492-1650). John H. Elliott

LA CONQUISTA DE LOS INCAS. John Hemming

HISTORIA DE LA CONQUISTA DE PERÚ. William H. Prescott

LOS ÚLTIMOS DÍAS DE LOS INCAS. Kim MacQuarrie

SOCIEDAD, POLÍTICA Y RELIGIÓN EN EL VIRREINATO DEL PERÚ. Delfín Ortega Sánchez

CONQUISTADORES SECUNDARIOS. UNA HISTORIA TORCIDA DE LA CONQUISTA DE AMÉRICA. Javier Traité

NAUFRAGIOS. Álvar Núñez Cabeza de Vaca

LA REBELIÓN DE LOPE DE AGUIRRE. Antonio Jesús Sánchez Rodríguez

MITOS Y UTOPÍAS DEL DESCUBRIMIENTO. 1. COLÓN Y SU TIEMPO. Juan Gil Fernández

MITOS Y UTOPÍAS DEL DESCUBRIMIENTO. 2. EL PACÍFICO. Juan Gil Fernández

MITOS Y UTOPÍAS DEL DESCUBRIMIENTO. 3. EL DORADO. Juan Gil Fernández

HISTORIA GENERAL DE EL REINO DE CHILE. FLANDES INDIANO. Benjamín Vicuña Mackenna and Diego de Rosales

LA AMÉRICA ESPAÑOLA Y LA AMÉRICA PORTUGUESA, SIGLOS XVI-XVIII. B. Bennassar

HISTORIA DE IBEROAMÉRICA. II. HISTORIA MODERNA. Manuel Lucena

AMÉRICA LATINA. DE LOS ORÍGENES A LA INDEPENDENCIA. II. LA SOCIEDAD COLONIAL IBÉRICA EN EL SIGLO XVIII. Juan Carlos Garavaglia and Juan Marchena

LA AMÉRICA COLONIAL (1492-1763). POLÍTICA Y SOCIEDAD. Pedro Pérez Herrera

ESCLAVO Y COLONO. INTRODUCCIÓN Y SOCIOLOGÍA DE LOS NEGROAFRICANOS EN LA AMÉRICA ESPAÑOLA DEL SIGLO XVI. José Luis Cortés López

INDIGENISMO Y EVANGELIZACIÓN: LA PRIMERA EXPANSIÓN DEL CRISTIANISMO EN AMÉRICA. María Saavedra Inaraja and Javier Amate Expósito

UN SIGLO DE REBELIONES ANTICOLONIALES: PERÚ Y BOLIVIA 1700-1783. Scarlett O’Phelan Godoy

EL PACÍFICO HISPANOAMERICANO. POLÍTICA Y COMERCIO ASIÁTICO EN EL IMPERIO ESPAÑOL (1680-1784). Mariano Ardash Bonialian

ATLAS ILUSTRADO FILIPINAS ESPAÑOLA. Susaeta Ediciones

FILIPINAS: LA GRAN DESCONOCIDA (1565-1898). Lourdes Díaz-Trechuelo

FILIPINAS Y EL PACÍFICO. NUEVAS MIRADAS, NUEVAS REFLEXIONES. Salvador Bernabéu Albert, María del Carmen Mena García and Emilio José Luque Azcona

EL GALEÓN DE MANILA (1565-1815). Ana Ruíz Gutiérrez

LA NAO DE CHINA, 1565-1815. Salvador Bernabéu Albert

LA EMPRESA DE CHINA. Manel Ollé Rodríguez

IMPERIOS DEL MUNDO ATLÁNTICO: ESPAÑA Y GRAN BRETAÑA EN AMÉRICA 1492-1830. John H. Elliott

SOBRE EL PODER CIVIL. SOBRE LOS INDIOS. SOBRE EL DERECHO DE LA GUERRA. Francisco de Vitoria
HERNÁN CORTÉS. MÁS ALLÁ DE LA LEYENDA. Christian Duverger

EL MITO DE CORTÉS. DE HÉROE UNIVERSAL A ICONO DE LA LEYENDA NEGRA. Iván Vélez

FRANCISCO PIZARRO: UNA NUEVA VISIÓN DE LA CONQUISTA DEL PERÚ. Esteban Mira Caballos

PEDRO MENÉNDEZ DE AVILÉS. SEÑOR DEL OCÉANO, ADELANTADO DE LA FLORIDA. Antonio Fernández Toraño

BARTOLOMÉ DE LAS CASAS: ENTRE LA ESPADA Y LA CRUZ. Bernard Lavallé

PEDRO DE VALDIVIA: CONQUISTADOR DE CHILE. SU BIOGRAFÍA Y EPISTOLARIO. Robert B. Cunninghame Graham

BOURBON REFORM

LA GUERRA DE SUCESIÓN DE ESPAÑA (1700-1714). Joaquim Albareda Salvador

FILIPINAS Y LA GUERRA DE SUCESIÓN ESPAÑOLA: AVATARES Y SUCESOS EN UN FRENTE SECUNDARIO (1701-1715). José Ángel del Barrio Muñoz

EL DECLIVE DE LA MONARQUÍA Y DEL IMPERIO ESPAÑOL: LOS TRATADOS DE UTRECHT (1713-1714). Joaquim Albareda Salvadó

DE MADRID A VERSALLES: LA CORRESPONDENCIA ENTRE EL REY SOL Y FELIPE V DURANTE LA GUERRA DE SUCESIÓN. José Manuel de Bernardo Ares and others

FELIPE V: LA RENOVACIÓN DE ESPAÑA. SOCIEDAD Y ECONOMÍA EN EL REINADO DEL PRIMER BORBÓN. Agustín González Enciso

GOBIERNO Y PODER EN LA ESPAÑA DEL SIGLO XVIII. Juan Luis Castellano

EL DÍA QUE ESPAÑA DERROTÓ A INGLATERRA. BLAS DE LEZO, TUERTO, MANCO Y COJÓ DESTROZÓ LA MAYOR ARMADA INGLESA. Pablo Victoria

EL APOGEO DEL IMPERIO: ESPAÑA Y NUEVA ESPAÑA EN LA ÉPOCA DE CARLOS III, 1759-1789. Stanley J. Stein

LA GESTIÓN POLÍTICA Y EL PENSAMIENTO REFORMISTA DEL CONDE DE FLORIDABLANCA. Juan Hernández Franco

EL REFORMISMO POLÍTICO DE JOVELLANOS. Fernando Baras Escola

ESPAÑOLES OLVIDADOS DE NORTEAMÉRICA. José Antonio Crespo-Francés

BANDERAS LEJANAS. Fernando Martínez Láinez and Carlos Canales Torres

ESPAÑA CONTRAATACA. Pablo Victoria

ESPAÑA Y ESTADOS UNIDOS EN LA ERA DE LAS INDEPENDENCIAS. Eduardo Garrigues and Antonio López Vega

ESPAÑA: LA ALIANZA OLVIDADA. INDEPENDENCIA DE LOS ESTADOS UNIDOS. Martha Gutiérrez-Steinkamp

EL MADRID COTIDIANO DEL SIGLO XVIII. Juana Vázquez Marín

LA BANCARROTA DEL VIRREINATO. NUEVA ESPAÑA Y LAS FINANZAS DEL IMPERIO ESPAÑOL, 1780-1810. Carlos Marichal

EL REINADO DE LAS LUCES: CARLOS III, ENTRE EL VIEJO Y EL NUEVO MUNDO. Ignacio Gómez de Liaño

CARLOS III. UN GRAN REY REFORMADOR EN NÁPOLES Y ESPAÑA. Giuseppe Caridi

CARLOS III Y LA ESPAÑA DE LA ILUSTRACIÓN. Antonio Domínguez Ortiz

CARLOS IV: BIOGRAFÍA Y GOBIERNOS. Teófanes Egido López

MANUEL GODOY. Emilio La Parra

GODOY: LA LEALTAD DE UN GOBERNANTE ILUSTRADO. Enrique Ruspoli

GODOY: HISTORIA DOCUMENTADA DE UN EXPOLIO. José Belmonte Díaz and Pilar Leseduarte Gil

JOVELLANOS. LA MODERACIÓN EN POLÍTICA. Manuel Moreno Alonso

BERNARDO DE GÁLVEZ. DE LA APACHERÍA A LA INDEPENDENCIA DE ESTADOS UNIDOS. Miguel del Rey y Carlos Canales

SPANISH AND LATIN AMERICAN WARS OF INDEPENDENCE

LA GUERRA DE LA INDEPENDENCIA (1808-1814): EL PUEBLO ESPAÑOL, SU EJÉRCITO Y SUS ALIADOS FRENTE A LA OCUPACIÓN NAPOLEÓNICA. Julio Albi de la Cuesta

LA GUERRA DE LA INDEPENDENCIA (1808-1814): CLAVES ESPAÑOLAS EN UNA CRISIS EUROPEA. Enrique Martínez Ruiz

LA GUERRA DE LA INDEPENDENCIA: UNA NUEVA HISTORIA. Charles Esdaile

LA MALDITA GUERRA DE ESPAÑA: HISTORIA SOCIAL DE LA GUERRA DE LA INDEPENDENCIA, 1808-1814. Ronald Fraser

HISTORIA DEL LEVANTAMIENTO, GUERRA Y REVOLUCIÓN DE ESPAÑA. José María Queipo de Llano

LA GUERRA DE LA INDEPENDENCIA EN ESPAÑA (1808-1814). Jean-René Aymes

LA GUERRA DE INDEPENDENCIA: TOLOSA Y LOS FRANCESES. José Antonio Recondo

LA GUERRA DE LA INDEPENDENCIA EN LA CULTURA ESPAÑOLA. Joaquín Álvarez Barrientos

RESISTENCIA Y REVOLUCIÓN DURANTE LA GUERRA DE LA INDEPENDENCIA: DEL LEVANTAMIENTO PATRIÓTICO A LA SOBERANÍA NACIONAL. Richard Hocquellet

LA TRIBUNA REVOLUCIONARIA. LA CONSTITUCIÓN DE 1812 EN AMBOS HEMISFERIOS. Manuel Chust Calero

EL EJÉRCITO ESPAÑOL DE JOSÉ NAPOLEÓN. Luis Sorando Muzás

LOS AFRANCESADOS. Miguel Artola

AL OÍDO DEL REY. VOLÚMEN 1: LA HISTORIA JAMÁS CONTADA SOBRE LA REBELIÓN AMERICANA Y EL GENOCIDIO BOLIVARIANO. Pablo Victoria

AL OÍDO DEL REY. VOLÚMEN 2: ESPAÑA EN EL CAMINO DEL INFIERNO. Pablo Victoria

AL OÍDO DEL REY. VOLÚMEN 3: EN LAS PUERTAS DEL INFIERNO. Pablo Victoria

LA OTRA CARA DE BOLÍVAR: LA GUERRA CONTRA ESPAÑA. Pablo Victoria

LA INDEPENDENCIA DE LA AMÉRICA ESPAÑOLA.  Jaime E. Rodríguez O.

LAS REVOLUCIONES HISPANOAMERICANAS 1808-1826. John Lynch

LAS INDEPENDENCIAS HISPANOAMERICANAS. Veronique Hébrard

LAS GUERRAS EN EL PRIMER TERCIO DEL SIGLO XIX EN ESPAÑA Y AMÉRICA. Paulino Castañeda Delgado

LA RESPUESTA A LA INDEPENDENCIA: LA ESPANA IMPERIAL Y LAS REVOLUCIONES HISPANOAMERICANAS, 1810-1840. Michael P. Costeloe

MODERNIDAD E INDEPENDENCIAS. ENSAYOS SOBRE LAS REVOLUCIONES HISPÁNICAS. François-Xavier Guerra

NACIONES DE REBELDES: LAS REVOLUCIONES DE INDEPENDENCIA LATINOAMERICANAS. Manuel Lucena Giraldo

ESPAÑOLES QUE NO PUDIERON SERLO: LA VERDADERA HISTORIA DE LA INDEPENDENCIA DE AMÉRICA. José Antonio Ullate Fabo

EL PROCESO IDEOLÓGICO DE LA REVOLUCIÓN DE INDEPENDENCIA. Luis Villoro

HISTORIA CONTEMPORÁNEA DE AMÉRICA LATINA. Tulio Halperin Donghi

HISTORIA CONTEMPORÁNEA DE AMÉRICA LATINA. LA INDEPENDENCIA Y EL COMIENZO DE LOS RÉGIMENES REPRESENTATIVOS 1810-1850. Guillermo Palacios y Olivares and Fabio Moraga Valle

LA INDEPENDENCIA DE MÉXICO. Ernesto de la Torre Villar

LA OTRA HISTORIA DE MÉXICO. HIDALGO E ITURBIDE, LA GLORIA Y EL OLVIDO. Armando Fuentes Aguirre

REVOLUCIÓN Y GUERRA: FORMACIÓN DE UNA ELITE DIRIGENTE EN LA ARGENTINA CRIOLLA. Tulio Halperin Donghi

“NEGROS DE LA PATRIA": LOS AFRODESCENDIENTES EN LAS LUCHAS POR LA INDEPENDENCIA EN EL ANTIGUO VIRREINATO DEL RÍO DE LA PLATA. Silvia C. Mallo, Ignacio Telesca and others

1811-1814 ALIANZA POPULAR: INDIOS, AFRICANOS, CRIOLLOS. EL SALVADOR. CENTROAMÉRICA. César Alberto Ramírez Alvarenga

JOSÉ BONAPARTE. UN REY REPUBLICANO EN EL TRONO DE ESPAÑA. Manuel Morelo Alonso

FERNANDO VII: UN REY DESEADO Y DETESTADO. Emilio La Parra

FERNANDO VII: EL REY FELÓN. Enrique González Duro

SAN MARTÍN: SOLDADO ARGENTINO, HÉROE AMERICANO. John Lynch

BERNARDO: UNA BIOGRAFÍA DE BERNARDO O’HIGGINS. Alfredo Sepúlveda

SIMÓN: VIDA DE BOLÍVAR. José García Hamilton

SIMÓN BOLÍVAR: EL LIBERTADOR Y SU MITO. Antonio Sáez Arance

CHAOS AND INTERNAL TURMOIL

HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA EN EL SIGLO XIX. José Luis Comellas García-Lera

LA ESPAÑA DEL SIGLO XIX. Manuel Tuñón de Lara

HISTORIA CONTEMPORÁNEA DE ESPAÑA (VOLUMEN 1: 1808-1931). Jordi Canal and others

LA DESVENTURA DE LA LIBERTAD: JOSÉ MARÍA CALATRAVA Y LA CAÍDA DEL RÉGIMEN CONSTITUCIONAL ESPAÑOL EN 1823. Pedro J. Ramírez

LA PRIMERA GUERRA CARLISTA VISTA POR LOS BRITÁNICOS. 1833-1840. Carlos Santacara

ATLAS ILUSTRADO DEL CARLISMO. Susaeta Ediciones

EL CARLISMO. LAS GUERRAS CARLISTAS. Eduardo G. Calleja, Jordi Canal and Julio Arostegui

LAS GUERRAS CARLISTAS. Antonio Manuel Moral Roncal

POR DIOS, POR LA PATRIA Y POR EL REY. LAS IDEAS DEL CARLISMO. Gobierno de Navarra

LOS REYES QUE NUNCA REINARON: LOS CARLISTAS. “REYES” O PRETENDIENTES AL TRONO DE ESPAÑA. Eusebio Ferrer Hortet

¡ESPAÑOLES, A MARRUECOS! LA GUERRA DE ÁFRICA, 1859-1860. Julio Albi de la Cuesta

LA GUERRA DE LOS DIEZ AÑOS. LA PRIMERA GUERRA DE CUBA (1868-1878). Agustín Alcázar Segura

LA REVOLUCIÓN GLORIOSA, UN ENSAYO DE REGENERACIÓN NACIONAL. Gregorio de la Fuente Monge and Rafael Serrano García

LOS REVOLUCIONARIOS DE 1868: ELITES Y PODER EN LA ESPAÑA LIBERAL. Gregorio de la Fuente Monge

LA PRIMERA REPÚBLICA ESPAÑOLA (1873-1874). Francisco Martí Gilabert

LA PRIMERA REVOLUCIÓN INDUSTRIAL ESPAÑOLA (1812-1875). Juan Bautista Vilar and María José Vilar

EL FRACASO DE LA PRIMERA REVOLUCIÓN INDUSTRIAL EN ESPAÑA, 1814-1913. Jordi Nadal i Oller

HISTORIA ADMINISTRATIVA DE LA REGENCIA DE MARÍA CRISTINA. Alejandro Nieto

LOS AMIGOS POLÍTICOS. PARTIDOS, ELECCIONES Y CACIQUISMO EN LA RESTAURACIÓN (1875-1900). José Varela Ortega

ATLAS ILUSTRADO DE LA GUERRA DE CUBA. Juan Escrigas Rodríguez

LAS GUERRAS DE CUBA. Andreas Stucki

EL FIN DEL IMPERIO ESPAÑOL (1895-1900): GUERRA EN CUBA, PUERTO RICO Y FILIPINAS Y VENTA DE LA MICRONESIA. Roberto Gerardo Álvarez Llano

EL FIN DEL IMPERIO ESPAÑOL (1898-1923). Sebastian Balfour

EL DESASTRE DEL 98 Y EL FIN DEL IMPERIO ESPAÑOL. VISIÓN INÉDITA DEL ALMIRANTE CERVERA. Ángel Luis Cervera

LAS GUERRAS DE CUBA Y FILIPINAS CONTADAS POR LOS SOLDADOS DEL PUEBLO. CARTAS DE BARACALDO. Manuel Montero García

LOS ÚLTIMOS CACIQUES DE FILIPINAS. LAS ÉLITES COLONIALES LOCALES ANTES DEL DESASTRE DEL 98. Juan Antonio Inarejos Muñoz

LA GUERRA! FILIPINAS. MEMORIAS DE UN HERIDO. Ricardo Burguete

LOS ÚLTIMOS DE FILIPINAS. MITO Y REALIDAD DEL SITIO DE BALER. Miguel Leiva Ramírez and Miguel Ángel López de la Asunción

LA SEMANA TRÁGICA. BARCELONA EN LLAMAS, LA REVUELTA POPULAR Y LA ESCUELA MODERNA. Dolors Marín

LA SEMANA TRÁGICA: ESTUDIO SOBRE LAS CAUSAS SOCIOECONÓMICAS DEL ANTICLERICALISMO EN ESPAÑA, 1898-1912. Joan Connelly Ullman

DEL 98 A LA SEMANA TRÁGICA. José Luis Comellas García-Llera

ATLAS ILUSTRADOS DE LAS GUERRAS DE MARRUECOS. Emilio Marín Ferrer

LA GUERRA DE MARRUECOS (1907-1927). HISTORIA COMPLETA DE UNA GUERRA OLVIDADA. Salvador Fontenla Ballesta

MORIR EN ÁFRICA: LA EPOPEYA DE LOS SOLDADOS ESPAÑOLES EN EL DESASTRE DE ANNUAL. Luis Miguel Francisco

18 MESES DE CAUTIVERIO. DE ANNUAL A MONTE ARRUIT 1921. Eduardo Pérez Ortiz

ESPAÑA 1914-1918. ENTRE LA GUERRA Y LA REVOLUCIÓN. Francisco J. Romero Salvadó

NIDO DE ESPÍAS: ESPAÑA, FRANCIA Y LA PRIMERA GUERRA MUNDIAL, 1914-1919. Eduardo González Calleja

LA ESPAÑA DE PRIMO DE RIVERA: LA MODERNIZACIÓN AUTORITARIA, 1923-1930. Eduardo González Calleja

BAJO EL FUERO MILITAR: LA DICTADURA DE PRIMO DE RIVERA EN SUS DOCUMENTOS (1923-1930). Leandro Álvarez Rey

LA DICTADURA DE PRIMO DE RIVERA. (1923-1930). TEXTOS. Jordi Casassas Ymbert

ISABEL II: UNA BIOGRAFÍA (1830-1904). Isabel Burdiel

JAVIER DE BURGOS, EL REFORMISTA ILUSTRADO. Juan Gay Armenteros

ESPARTERO, EL GENERAL DEL PUEBLO. Conde de Romanones

LEOPOLDO O’DONNELL. EN BUSCA DEL CENTRO POLÍTICO. Antonio Manuel Moral Roncal

EL GENERAL PRIM. BIOGRAFÍA DE UN CONSPIRADOR. Pere Anguera

CÁNOVAS Y EL LIBERALISMO CONSERVADOR. Carlos Dardé

CUANDO REINAR ES UN DEBER: REGENCIA DE MARÍA CRISTINA DE AUSTRIA DE HABSBURGO-LORENA. MINORÍA DE EDAD DE ALFONSO XIII, 1885-1902. Eusebio Ferrer Hortet

FRANCISCO SILVELA. ENTRE EL LIBERALISMO Y REGENERACIONISMO. Luis Arranz Notario

ANTONIO MAURA. LA POLÍTICA PURA. José Mario Marco

JOSÉ CANALEJAS. UN LIBERAL REFORMISTA. Salvador Forner Muñoz

ALFONSO XIII. EL REY POLÉMICO. Javier Tusell

ALFONSO XIII, EL REY DE ESPADAS. Gabriel Cardona

SECOND REPUBLIC AND SPANISH CIVIL WAR

HISTORIA CONTEMPORÁNEA DE ESPAÑA. VOLUMEN 2: 1931-2017. Jordi Canal and others

BREVE HISTORIA DE LA SEGUNDA REPÚBLICA ESPAÑOLA. Luis Enrique Íñigo Fernández

ATLAS ILUSTRADO DE LA II REPÚBLICA ESPAÑOLA. Susaeta Ediciones

LA REPÚBLICA ESPAÑOLA Y LA GUERRA CIVIL. Gabriel Jackson

LA SEGUNDA REPÚBLICA ESPAÑOLA. UNA CRÓNICA, 1931-1936. Josep Pla

LA SEGUNDA REPÚBLICA ESPAÑOLA. Eduardo González Calleja, Francisco Cobo Romero, Ana Martínez Rus and Francisco Sánchez Pérez

LOS ORÍGENES DE LA GUERRA CIVIL ESPAÑOLA. Pío Moa

LA PRIMERA DEMOCRACIA ESPAÑOLA. LA SEGUNDA REPÚBLICA, 1931-1936. Stanley G. Payne

SEGUNDA REPÚBLICA. DE LA ESPERANZA AL FRACASO. Miguel Platón Carnicero

VIDA Y MUERTE DE LA REPÚBLICA ESPAÑOLA. Henry Buckley

EL PRECIO DE LA EXCLUSIÓN: LA POLÍTICA DURANTE LA SEGUNDA REPÚBLICA. Manuel Álvarez Tardío and Roberto Villa García

OCTUBRE DE 1934: REVOLUCIÓN EN LA REPÚBLICA ESPAÑOLA. David Ruiz

TRES PERIODISTAS EN LA REVOLUCIÓN DE ASTURIAS. Josep Pla, Manuel Chaves Nogales and José Díaz Fernández

EL QUIEBRO DEL PSOE (1933-1934): DEL GOBIERNO A LA REVOLUCIÓN. Victor Manuel Arbeloa Muru

EL CAMINO AL 18 DE JULIO: LA EROSIÓN DE LA DEMOCRACIA EN ESPAÑA (DICIEMBRE DE 1935-JULIO DE 1936). Stanley G. Payne

CONTRARREVOLUCIONARIOS: RADICALIZACIÓN VIOLENTA DE LAS DERECHAS DURANTE LA SEGUNDA REPÚBLICA, 1931-1936. Eduardo González Calleja

EL ANTICLERICALISMO EN LA ESPAÑA CONTEMPORÁNEA. Manuel Suárez Cortina

LAICISMO Y CATOLICISMO. EL CONFLICTO POLÍTICO-RELIGIOSO EN LA SEGUNDA REPÚBLICA. Julio de la Cueva and Feliciano Montero

NACIONALISMO Y II REPÚBLICA EN EL PAÍS VASCO: ESTATUTOS DE AUTONOMÍA, PARTIDOS Y ELECCIONES. José Luis de la Granja Sainz

DIEZ HORAS DE ESTAT CATALÀ. Enrique de Angulo

¿QUÉ PASA EN CATALUÑA? Manuel Chaves Nogales

EL LABERINTO ESPAÑOL. Gerald Brenan

EL FRENTE POPULAR: VICTORIA Y DERROTA DE LA DEMOCRACIA EN ESPAÑA. José Luis Martín Ramos

1936. FRAUDE Y VIOLENCIA EN LAS ELECCIONES DEL FRENTE POPULAR. Roberto Villa García and Manuel Álvarez Tardío

LAS MISIONES PEDAGÓGICAS: LA EDUCACIÓN POPULAR EN LA SEGUNDA REPÚBLICA. Alejandro Tiana Ferrer

EL COLAPSO DE LA REPÚBLICA. Stanley G. Payne

EL DERRUMBE DE LA SEGUNDA REPÚBLICA. HISTORIA DE UN PROCESO TRÁGICO. Pío Moa

POR LA RELIGIÓN Y LA PATRIA: LA IGLESIA Y EL GOLPE MILITAR DE JULIO DE 1936. Francisco Espinosa Maestre and José María García Márquez

LAS TRES ESPAÑAS DEL 36. Paul Preston

LA GUERRA CIVIL ESPAÑOLA. Paul Preston

LA GUERRA CIVIL ESPAÑOLA. Hugh Thomas

LA GUERRA CIVIL ESPAÑOLA. Stanley G. Payne

LA GUERRA CIVIL ESPAÑOLA. Antony Beevor

UNA HISTORIA DE LA GUERRA CIVIL QUE NO VA A GUSTAR A NADIE. Juan Eslava Galán

LA GUERRA CIVIL ESPAÑOLA: REVOLUCIÓN Y CONTRARREVOLUCIÓN. Burnett Bolloten

LA REPÚBLICA EN GUERRA: CONTRA FRANCO, HITLER, MUSSOLINI Y LA HOSTILIDAD BRITÁNICA. Ángel Viñas

ATLAS DE LA GUERRA CIVIL ESPAÑOLA. Fernando Puell de la Villa and Justo Alberto Huerta Barajas

EL EJÉRCITO POPULAR DE LA REPÚBLICA, 1936-1939. Michael Alpert

LA UNIÓN SOVIÉTICA Y LA GUERRA CIVIL ESPAÑOLA: UNA REVISIÓN CRÍTICA. Daniel Monk Kowalsky

LA PERFIDIA DE ALBIÓN: EL GOBIERNO BRITÁNICO Y LA GUERRA CIVIL ESPAÑOLA. Enrique Moradiellos García

DURRUTI EN EL LABERINTO. Miquel Amorós

LA COLUMNA DURRUTI. Eladi Romero García

DURRUTI EN LA REVOLUCIÓN ESPAÑOLA. Abel Paz

PASIONARIA Y LOS SIETE ENANITOS. Manuel Vázquez Montalbán

BRIGADAS INTERNACIONALES. Paul Preston, Antonio Elorza and Magí Crusells

TIERRA Y LIBERTAD: CIEN AÑOS DE ANARQUISMO EN ESPAÑA. Julián Casanova

DE LA CALLE AL FRENTE: EL ANARCOSINDICALISMO EN ESPAÑA. Julián Casanova

ATLAS ILUSTRADO DE LA FALANGE ESPAÑOLA DE LAS JONS. Susaeta Ediciones

LOS FASCISMOS ESPAÑOLES. Joan Maria Thomàs

HISTORIA DE LA PERSECUCIÓN RELIGIOSA EN ESPAÑA. 1936-1939. Antonio Montero Moreno

LA PÓLVORA Y EL INCIENSO: LA IGLESIA Y LA GUERRA CIVIL ESPAÑOLA (1936-1939). Hilari Raguer Suñer

HOLOCAUSTO CATÓLICO. LOS MÁRTIRES DE LA GUERRA CIVIL. Santiago Mata

ARMAS PARA ESPAÑA. LA HISTORIA NO CONTADA DE LA GUERRA CIVIL ESPAÑOLA. Gerald Howson

¿POR QUÉ LA REPÚBLICA PERDIÓ LA GUERRA? Stanley G. Payne

A SANGRE Y FUEGO: HÉROES, BESTIAS Y MÁRTIRES DE ESPAÑA. Manuel Chaves Nogales

NOSOTROS, LOS ASESINOS: MEMORIAS DE LA GUERRA CIVIL ESPAÑOLA 1936-1939. Eduardo de Guzmán

EL TERROR ROJO. Julius Ruiz

CHECAS DE MADRID. César Vidal

EL HOMBRE DE LAS CHECAS: LA HISTORIA DE ALFONSO LAURENCIC, EL ARTISTA DE LA TORTURA. Susana Frouchtmann Corachan

PARACUELLOS. UNA VERDAD INCÓMODA. Julius Ruiz

EL PSOE EN LA GUERRA CIVIL: PODER, CRISIS Y DERROTA (1936-1939). Hellen Graham

EL GRAN GOLPE: EL “CASO HEDILLA” O CÓMO FRANCO SE QUEDÓ CON FALANGE. Joan Maria Thomàs

LA MUERTE DE GUERNICA. Paul Preston

LA BATALLA DE TERUEL: GUERRA TOTAL EN ESPAÑA. David Alegre Lorenz

BRUNETE: EL NACIMIENTO DEL EJÉRCITO POPULAR. Juan Barceló

LA BATALLA DE MADRID. Jorge M. Reverte

LA BATALLA DEL EBRO. Jorge M. Reverte

EL FRENTE DE ARAGÓN: LA GUERRA CIVIL EN ARAGÓN. José María Maldonado Moya

LA GUERRA CIVIL ESPAÑOLA EN EL MAR. Michael Alpert

GRANDES BATALLAS DE LA GUERRA CIVIL ESPAÑOLA 1936-1939. Pablo sAGARRA, Óscar González and Lucas Molina

LOS MITOS DE LA GUERRA CIVIL. Pío Moa

EL HOLOCAUSTO ESPAÑOL: ODIO Y EXTERMINIO EN LA GUERRA CIVIL Y DESPUÉS. Paul Preston

EL FINAL DE LA GUERRA: LA ÚLTIMA PUÑALADA A LA REPÚBLICA. Paul Preston

HOMENAJE A CATALUÑA. George Orwell

ATLAS DE LA GUERRA CIVIL ESPAÑOLA. LAS BRIGADAS INTERNACIONALES. Víctor Hurtado

LAS BRIGADAS INTERNACIONALES DE FRANCO. Christopher Othen

ATLAS DE LA GUERRA CIVIL ESPAÑOLA. LEGIÓN CÓNDOR. Jordi Barra Paniello

LA GUERRA COMO AVENTURA: LA LEGIÓN CÓNDOR EN LA GUERRA CIVIL ESPAÑOLA 1936-1939. Stefanie Schüler-Springorum

COMBATIENTES REQUETÉS DE LA GUERRA CIVIL 1936-1939. Julio Aróstegui

REQUETÉS. DE LAS TRINCHERAS AL OLVIDO. Pablo Larraz Andía and Victor Sierra-Sesúmaga

PALOMAS DE GUERRA. Paul Preston

HISTORIA DE LA GUERRA CIVIL ESPAÑOLA. Vicente Rojo Lluch and Jorge M. Reverte

EN EL NOMBRE DEL PUEBLO: REPÚBLICA, REBELIÓN Y GUERRA EN LA ESPAÑA DE 1936. Rafael Cruz

LA ECONOMÍA DE LA GUERRA CIVIL. Pablo Martín Aceña and Elena Martínez Ruiz

EL ORO DE MOSCÚ Y EL ORO DE BERLÍN. Pablo Martin Aceña

RECÚERDALO TÚ Y RECUÉRDALO A OTROS: HISTORIA ORAL DE LA GUERRA CIVIL ESPAÑOLA. Ronald Fraser

LA VICTORIA NACIONAL: LA EFICACIA CONTRARREVOLUCIONARIA EN LA GUERRA CIVIL. Michael Seidman

GIL-ROBLES. UN CONSERVADOR EN LA REPÚBLICA. Manuel Álvarez Tardío

ALCALÁ-ZAMORA: EL FRACASO DE LA REPÚBLICA CONSERVADORA. Stanley G. Payne

EL FONDO DE LA NADA. BIOGRAFÍA DE MANUEL AZAÑA. José María Marco

NEGRÍN: UNA BIOGRAFÍA DE LA FIGURA MÁS DIFAMADA DE LA ESPAÑA DEL SIGLO XX. Enrique Moradiellos

JUAN NEGRÍN. Ricardo Miralles

EL ZORRO ROJO: LA VIDA DE SANTIAGO CARRILLO. Paul Preston

PASIONARIA: DOLORES IBÁRRURI, HISTORIA Y SÍMBOLO. Rafael Cruz

FRANCISCO LARGO CABALLERO. Pedro de Silva and Fernando Suárez

LLUÍS COMPANYS. Carles Bonet Revés and Carlos Rojas

LA PASIÓN DE JOSÉ ANTONIO. José María Zavala

GENERAL MOLA. EL EGÓLATRA QUE PROVOCÓ LA GUERA CIVIL. Carlos Blanco Escola

YAGÜE: EL GENERAL FALANGISTA DE FRANCO. Luis Eugenio Togores Sánchez

FRANCO'S REGIME AND TRANSITION

AÑOS DE HIERRO. ESPAÑA EN LA POSGUERRA 1939-1945. Pío Moa

ATLAS ILUSTRADO DE LA DIVISIÓN AZUL. Susaeta Ediciones

LA DIVISIÓN AZUL: SANGRE ESPAÑOLA EN RUSIA, 1941-1945. Xavier Moreno Juliá

CAMARADA INVIERNO: EXPERIENCIAS Y MEMORIA DE LA DIVISIÓN AZUL (1941-1945). Xosé M. Núñez Seixas

EL PRIMER FRANQUISMO, 1939-1959. LOS AÑOS DE AUTARQUÍA. Stanley G. Payne

UN ESPAÑOL FRENTE AL HOLOCAUSTO. Diego Carcedo

NAZIS EN BARCELONA: EL ESPLENDOR FASCISTA DE POSGUERRA (1939-1945). Mireia Capdevila and Francesc Vilanova

TERROR Y MISERIA EN EL PRIMER FRANQUISMO. José Sanchis Sinisterra

LA ESPAÑA MASACRADA: LA REPRESIÓN FRANQUISTA DE GUERRA Y POSGUERRA. Julio Prada Rodríguez

LA VICTORIA SANGRIENTA. UN ESTUDIO DE LA GRAN REPRESIÓN FRANQUISTA, PARA EL MEMORIAL DEMOCRÁTICO DE ESPAÑA. 1939-1945. Francisco Moreno Gómez

LOS AÑOS DE PLOMO: LA RECONSTRUCCIÓN DEL PCE BAJO EL PRIMER FRANQUISMO (1939-1953). Fernando Hernández Sánchez

LOS NIÑOS DE RUSIA: LA VERDADERA HISTORIA DE UNA OPERACIÓN DE RETORNO. Rafael Moreno Izquierdo

ESPAÑA CONTRA ESPAÑA. Ismael Saz Campos

FRANQUISTAS CONTRA FRANQUISTAS: LUCHAS POR EL PODER EN LA CÚPULA DEL RÉGIMEN DE FRANCO. Joan Maria Thomàs

ETERNAMENTE FRANCO. Pedro Fernández Barbadillo

MIEDO Y PROGRESO: LOS ESPAÑOLES DE A PIE BAJO EL FRANQUISMO, 1939-1975. Antonio Cazorla

FRANCO SOCIALISTA. LA REVOLUCIÓN SILENCIADA 1936-1975. Francisco Torres García

PODER MILITAR EN EL FRANQUISMO. Gabriel Cardona

HISTORIA DEL ANTIFRANQUISMO. Abdon Mateos

ESTUDIANTES CONTRA FRANCO (1939-1975). Elena Hernández Sandoica, Miguel Ángel Ruiz Carnicer and Marc Baldó Lacomba

F.R.A.P. MEMORIA ORAL DE LA RESISTENCIA ANTIFRANQUISTA. Mariano Muniesa

SANGRE, SUDOR Y PAZ: LA GUARDIA CIVIL CONTRA ETA. Lorenzo Silva, Manuel Sánchez and Gonzalo Araluce

ETA 1958-2008: MEDIO SIGLO DE HISTORIA. Iker Casanova

LOS NACIONALISMOS VASCO Y CATALÁN: EN LA GUERRA CIVIL, EL FRANQUISMO Y LA DEMOCRACIA. Pío Moa

LOS SERVICIOS SECRETOS DE CARRERO BLANCO: LOS ORÍGENES DEL CNI. Juan María de Peñaranda

LA ECONOMÍA FRANQUISTA Y SU EVOLUCIÓN. Enrique González de Andrés

BREVE HISTORIA DE LA GUERRA DE IFNI-SÁHARA. Carlos Canales Torres and Miguel del Rey Vicente

LA GUERRA DE IFNI. Gustavo Adolfo Ordoño Marín

AGONÍA, TRAICIÓN, HUIDA: EL FINAL DEL SAHARA ESPAÑOL. José Luis Rodríguez Jiménez

HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA. SIGLO XX. 1939-1996. Julio Aróstegui Sánchez and others

LA ESPAÑA DE LOS NACIONALISMOS Y LAS AUTONOMÍAS. José Luis de la Granja Sainz, Justo Beramendi and Pere Anguera.

TIEMPO DE INCERTIDUMBRE: CARLOS ARIAS NAVARRO ENTRE EL FRANQUISMO Y LA TRANSICIÓN (1973-1976). Javier Tusell and Genoveva G. Queipo de Llano

TRANSICIÓN. Santos Juliá

LA TRANSICIÓN. José Luis Ibáñez Salas

LA TRANSICIÓN ESPAÑOLA: NUEVOS ENFOQUES PARA UN VIEJO DEBATE. Marie Claude Chaput

EL FINAL DE LA DICTADURA. Nicolás Sartorius and Alberto Sabio

ROMPER EL CONSENSO. LA IZQUIERDA RADICAL EN LA TRANSICIÓN (1975-1982). Gonzalo Wilhelmi

MISERIA, GRANDEZA Y AGONÍA DEL PARTIDO COMUNISTA DE ESPAÑA (1939-1985). Gregorio Morán

EL PCE Y EL PSOE EN (LA) TRANSICIÓN. LA EVOLUCIÓN IDEOLÓGICA DE LA IZQUIERDA DURANTE EL PROCESO DE CAMBIO POLÍTICO. Juan Antonio Andrade Blanco

MEMORIA VIVA DE LA TRANSICIÓN. Leopoldo Calvo-Sotelo

FRANCO. CAUDILLO DE ESPAÑA. Paul Preston

FRANCO. Stanley G. Payne

FRANCO. LOS AÑOS DECISIVOS: 1931-1945. Luis Suárez

MUÑOZ GRANDES: HÉROE DE MARRUECOS, GENERAL DE LA DIVISIÓN AZUL. Luis Eugenio Togores

ADOLFO SUÁREZ: AMBICIÓN Y DESTINO. Gregorio Morán

ADOLFO SUÁREZ: BIOGRAFÍA POLÍTICA. Juan Francisco Fuentes

JUAN CARLOS I: EL REY DE UN PUEBLO. Paul Preston

JUAN CARLOS I. LA BIOGRAFÍA SIN SILENCIOS. Rebeca Quintans

OTHERS

HISTORIA ECONÓMICA DE ESPAÑA. Agustín González Enciso and Juan Manuel Matés.

HISTORIA ECONÓMICA DE ESPAÑA, SIGLOS X-XX. Enrique Llopis, Francisco Comín and Mauro Hernández

HISTORIA ECONÓMICA DE LA ESPAÑA CONTEMPORÁNEA (1789-2009). Albert Carreras and Xavier Tafunell

EN DEFENSA DE ESPAÑA: DESMONTANDO MITOS Y LEYENDAS NEGRAS. Stanley G. Payne

IMPERIO FOBIA Y LEYENDA NEGRA. María Elvira Roca Barea

LOS ORÍGENES DE LA LEYENDA NEGRA ESPAÑOLA. Sverker Arnoldsson

1492. ESPAÑA CONTRA SUS FANTASMAS. Pedro Insua Rodríguez

HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA CONTADA PARA ESCÉPTICOS. JUAN ESLAVA GALÁN

HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA. Julio Valdeón, Joseph Pérez and Santos Juliá

ESPAÑA. UNA HISTORIA ÚNICA. Stanley G. Payne

ESO NO ESTABA EN MI LIBRO DE HISTORIA DE ESPAÑA. Francisco García del Junco

HISTORIA ABSURDA DE ESPAÑA. Ad Absurdum

HISTORIA DE LA IGLESIA EN ESPAÑA E HISPANOAMÉRICA. José Sánchez Herrero

MATER DOLOROSA: LA IDEA DE ESPAÑA EN EL SIGLO XIX. José Álvarez Junco

ESPAÑA: UN ENIGMA HISTÓRICO. Claudio Sánchez-Albornoz
HISTORIA DE LA EDUCACIÓN ESPAÑOLA. Olegario Negrín Fajardo
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