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Maritime History at the CrossroadsA Critical Review of Recent Historiography$
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Frank Broeze

Print publication date: 1995

Print ISBN-13: 9780969588580

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: September 2018

DOI: 10.5949/liverpool/9780969588580.001.0001

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The Progress of Maritime History in Spain since 1975

The Progress of Maritime History in Spain since 1975

(p.229) The Progress of Maritime History in Spain since 1975
Maritime History at the Crossroads

Jesús M. Valdaliso

Liverpool University Press

This essay provides a critical review of the historiography of Spanish maritime past and discusses Spanish shipping; shipbuilding; trade; trade routes; ports; fishing; fisheries and naval history. Close attention is paid to the differentiations between maritime history, nautical history and naval history, and the author provides a well-rounded insight into the recent works of Spanish maritime history, particularly those published since the 1980s, but also spotlights works from the nineteenth century.

Keywords:   Spanish Maritime History, Modern Shipbuilding, Spanish Ports, Spanish Shipbuilding, International Maritime History, Spanish Maritime Historiography, International Maritime Research, Spanish Nautical History, Spanish Naval History, Modern Maritime History

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