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So far Manuel P. Villatoro has created 10 blog entries.
Correos forgets the blackest history of the Communist Party and launches a stamp to commemorate its centenaryManuel P. Villatoro2023-01-15T21:27:35+00:00
Manuel P. Villatoro2023-01-16T00:44:39+00:00Morocco’s forgotten affront against Ceuta in the 19th century: the seed of discordManuel P. Villatoro2023-01-16T00:44:39+00:00
90 years on from the mass burning of churches in the Second Republic: the madness that Azaña refused to stopManuel P. Villatoro2023-01-15T15:20:49+00:00
And they wanted to conquer it in 4 hours… the humiliating English defeat of the Spanish Empire at Las PalmasManuel P. Villatoro2023-01-16T00:51:11+00:00
Manuel P. Villatoro2023-01-16T01:08:35+00:00How the Comanches slit the throats of dozens of Spaniards in the Far West of the Spanish MonarchyManuel P. Villatoro2023-01-16T01:08:35+00:00
Manuel P. Villatoro2023-01-16T22:53:33+00:00The false black legend of Junípero Serra: the Spanish ‘civiliser’ of Indians accused of genocideManuel P. Villatoro2023-01-16T22:53:33+00:00
Manuel P. Villatoro2023-01-16T22:44:40+00:00The great shame behind the Black Legend: the English massacre of Indians with poisoned blanketsManuel P. Villatoro2023-01-16T22:44:40+00:00
Manuel P. Villatoro2023-01-15T20:58:11+00:00Blas de Lezo, the one-legged, one-armed and one-eyed Spanish admiral who defeated EnglandManuel P. Villatoro2023-01-15T20:58:11+00:00
Manuel P. Villatoro2023-01-15T20:57:43+00:00“Jesus del gran poder”, the record Spanish plane that crossed the Atlantic in 1929Manuel P. Villatoro2023-01-15T20:57:43+00:00