Rivera, Angel A.
"Las bodas espanolas" of 1846 are a defining event in the political history of Spain. More than political marriages, these weddings define the international struggle for power and influence that existed between England and France during the late 1800's. An in-depth study of this event was conducted to better understand this struggle and its impact on the political stability of Spain. This study shows that the Spanish weddings ultimately led to the collapse of the Spanish throne in 1868.
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