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The Jewish Diaspora In Latin America And The Caribbean: Fragments Of Memory

 By Ruggiero, Kristin, 2005, Sussex Academic Press

http://books.google.com/books?id=SyWjwOzJmOMC&dq=goyeneche+family


Juan Carlos Goyeneche of Argentina – Chapter 12 “Surviving Genocide” by Raquel Partnoy

Section: Argentina and the Nazis

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Jose M. Goyeneche, Memorias apocrifas del General, ed. Emilio Romero (Lima: Editorial Minerva, 1971)

http://articulo.mercadolibre.com.pe/MPE-2976244-jose-manuel-de-goyeneche-memorias-apocrifas-e-romero-_JM

http://www.rematazo.com/remate/21710-JOSE-MANUEL-DE-GOYENECHE---Mem.html

 

Germán Goyeneche Ortega. (apasionado por los toros; México)(TA: bullfighting passionate; Mexico)(Interview): An article from: Actual [HTML] (Digital)
by Sofia Valor
(Author)

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This digital document is an article from Actual, published by Editorial Contenido, S.A. de C.V. on March 1, 1998. The length of the article is 1107 words. The page length shown above is based on a typical 300-word page. The article is delivered in HTML format and is available in your Amazon.com Digital Locker immediately after purchase. You can view it with any web browser.

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Title: Germán Goyeneche Ortega. (apasionado por los toros; México)(TA: bullfighting passionate; Mexico)(Interview)
Author: Sofía Valor
Publication: Actual (Magazine/Journal)
Date: March 1, 1998
Publisher: Editorial Contenido, S.A. de C.V.
Volume: v5 Issue: n54 Page: p72(4)

Article Type: Interview
Distributed by Thomson Gale

 

NEGOCIOS FINANZAS EN EL SIGLO XVIII.FAMILIA GOYENECHE

http://www.qproquo.com/libros/NEGOCIOS-FINANZAS-EN-EL-SIGLO-XVIIIFAMILIA-GOYENECHE/115269/978-84-313-1936-6

Autor    Aquerreta, Santiago

Editorial    EUNSA EDIC. UNIVERSIDAD DE NAVARRA S.A.

ISBN - 978-84-313-1936-6


JUAN DE GOYENECHE Y EL TRIUNFO DE LOS NAVARROS EN LA MONARQUIA HI SPANICA DEL SIGLO XVIII

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Editor - CAJA DE AHORROS DE NAVARRA

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Clasificación - Historia de las comunidades autónomas


Las elites Vasco-Navarras en la monarquía borbónica en el siglo XVIII: la familia Goyeneche
Lecertúa Goñi, Maria Jose

http://biblioteca.universia.net/html_bura/ficha/params/id/930934.html


Las elites Vasco-Navarras en la monarquía borbónica en el siglo XVIII: la familia Goyeneche Id. 930934 Idioma spa
Titulo Las elites Vasco-Navarras en la monarquía borbónica en el siglo XVIII: la familia Goyeneche Autor(es) Lecertúa Goñi, Maria Jose
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(Revista) ISSN 1131-5350
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Relación [IsBasedOn] Sancho el sabio: Revista de cultura e investigación vasca, ISSN 1131-5350, Nº 19, 2003, pags. 67-94
Fecha de contribución 16-oct-2007 Contacto

 

Apogee of Empire: Spain and New Spain in the Age of Charles III, 1759-1789

 By Stanley J. Stein, Barbara H. Stein

http://books.google.com/

Once Europe's supreme maritime power, Spain by the mid-eighteenth century was facing fierce competition from England and France. England, in particular, had successfully mustered the financial resources necessary to confront its Atlantic rivals by mobilizing both aristocracy and merchant bourgeoisie in support of its imperial ambitions. Spain, meanwhile, remained overly dependent on the profits of its New World silver mines to finance both metropolitan and colonial imperatives, and England's naval superiority constantly threatened the vital flow of specie.  When Charles III ascended the Spanish throne in 1759, then, after a quarter-century as ruler of the Kingdom of the Two Sicilies, Spain and its colonial empire were seriously imperiled. Two hundred years of Hapsburg rule, followed by a half-century of ineffectual Bourbon "reforms," had done little to modernize Spain's increasingly antiquated political, social, economic, and intellectual institutions. Charles III, recognizing the pressing need to renovate these institutions, set his Italian staff -- notably the Marqués de Esquilache, who became Secretary of the Consejo de Hacienda (the Exchequer) -- to this formidable task.In Apogee of Empire, Stanley J. Stein and Barbara H. Stein trace the attempt, initially under Esquilache's direction, to reform the Spanish establishment and, later, to modify and modernize the relationship between the metropole and its colonies. Within Spain, Charles and his architects of reform had to be mindful of determining what adjustments could be made that would help Spain confront its enemies without also radically altering the Hapsburg inheritance. As described in impressive detail by the authors, the bitter, seven-year conflict that ensued between reformers and traditionalists ended in a coup in 1766 that forced Charles to send Esquilache back to Italy. After this setback at home, Charles still hoped to effect constructive change in Spain's imperial system, primarily through the incremental implementation of a policy of comercio libre (free-trade). These reforms, made half-heartedly at best, failed as well, and by 1789 Spain would find itself ill prepared for the coming decades of upheaval in Europe and America.An in-depth study of incremental response by an old imperial order to challenges at home and abroad, Apogee of Empire is also a sweeping account of the personalities, places, and policies that helped to shape the modern Atlantic world.

Table of Contents

v

The Fall

81

The Second Reglamento ...

143

The Aftermath in Spain

186

New Spain

223

Incorporating New Spain...

267

Spanish Trade Policy

305

In Euphoria and Pessimism

338

By Way of Conclusion

351

Notes

357

Bibliography

425

References

426

Index

443

Copyright

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