|Title:||Spanish Neutrality during the First World War||Authors:||Ponce Marrero, Francisco Javier||UNESCO Clasification:||55 Historia||Issue Date:||2011||Publisher:||Amsterdam University Press||Abstract:||Spain’s international policy during the First World War was primarily characterised by its restricted room for manoeuvring. This had both foreign and domestic reasons, both of which can be traced back to the position the country found itself in after the disastrous 1898 Spanish-American War, which had definitely ended Spain’s Great Power ambitions. Internal strife followed, ensuring the country was unsuccessful in repairing the economic, military and naval deficiencies that had become so apparent during the war with the United States.||URI:||http://hdl.handle.net/10553/74759||ISBN:||978-90-485-1471-7||DOI:||10.2307/j.ctt6wp6h2.7||Source:||Caught in the Middle: Neutrals, Neutrality and the First World War / Johan den Hertog Samuël Kruizinga (ed.), p. 53-66|
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