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  • Obálka knihy  Juan Negrin od Jackson Gabriel, ISBN:  9781789760415 Obálka knihy  Juan Negrin od Jackson Gabriel, ISBN:  9781789760415

(KNIHA) Juan Negrin

Physiologist, Socialist, and Spanish Republican War Leader
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Dr. Juan Negrin Lopez (1892-1956) was a man of immense talent, energy, and socialist convictions who served the Spanish people in different capacities: a physiologist of international reputation, chairman of the medical faculty of the Complutense University in Madrid during the 1920s, an active member of the Parliamentary wing of the Socialist Party (1931-1936), Minister of Finance in the Popular Front government led by Francisco Largo Caballero during the Civil War (1936-1937), and Prime Minister (1937-1939). In all these roles, Negrin was highly competent: improving the laboratories and experimental methods in physiology, obtaining scholarships for students, encouraging students to learn foreign languages, to read scientific literature in the original, and also to think of public health as a national public responsibility. As Minister of Finance he conceived of Spain's relatively large gold reserve as the only means by which the Republic could buy the quality of modern arms that were being supplied to General Franco by Hitler and Mussolini. In European politics of the mid-1930s, he understood much better than did the political classes of the English, French, and United States that Nazism and Fascism were a much greater threat to European democracy than was Soviet Communism. But the "appeasement" policy culminating in the Munich Pact of September 29, 1938 sealed the fate of the Spanish Republic, as well as that of the Republic of Czechoslovakia. From 1940 onward, Negrin was reviled in Franco's Spain for having supposedly delivered the Republic into the hands of the Communists. Many republican and socialist exiles also rejected him for continuing his Numantian policy of resistance when, after Munich, the military possibilities of the Republic were truly hopeless. Author Gabriel Jackson provides an understanding of the moral and political thinking of Dr. Juan Negrin, of those who supported him to the end.
  • Jazyk: Angličtina
  • Vazba: Paperback / softback
  • ISBN13 (EAN): 9781789760415
  • Kategorie: Spanish Civil War
  • Počet stran: 360
  • Rozměry (mm): 229 x 152
  • Vydavatel: Sussex Academic Press
  • Rok vydání: 2019

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Dr. Juan Negrin Lopez (1892-1956) was a man of immense talent, energy, and socialist convictions who served the Spanish people in different capacities: a physiologist of international reputation, chairman of the medical faculty of the Complutense University in Madrid during the 1920s, an active member of the Parliamentary wing of the Socialist Party (1931-1936), Minister of Finance in the Popular Front government led by Francisco Largo Caballero during the Civil War (1936-1937), and Prime Minister (1937-1939). In all these roles, Negrin was highly competent: improving the laboratories and experimental methods in physiology, obtaining scholarships for students, encouraging students to learn foreign languages, to read scientific literature in the original, and also to think of public health as a national public responsibility. As Minister of Finance he conceived of Spain's relatively large gold reserve as the only means by which the Republic could buy the quality of modern arms that were being supplied to General Franco by Hitler and Mussolini. In European politics of the mid-1930s, he understood much better than did the political classes of the English, French, and United States that Nazism and Fascism were a much greater threat to European democracy than was Soviet Communism. But the "appeasement" policy culminating in the Munich Pact of September 29, 1938 sealed the fate of the Spanish Republic, as well as that of the Republic of Czechoslovakia. From 1940 onward, Negrin was reviled in Franco's Spain for having supposedly delivered the Republic into the hands of the Communists. Many republican and socialist exiles also rejected him for continuing his Numantian policy of resistance when, after Munich, the military possibilities of the Republic were truly hopeless. Author Gabriel Jackson provides an understanding of the moral and political thinking of Dr. Juan Negrin, of those who supported him to the end.
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