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Gibraltar and Its People By Philip Dennis

Gibraltar and Its People by Philip Dennis

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Summary

In this account of the rock of Gibraltar's history, economic and social life, the author attempts to set the scene for a clear and balanced view of Gibraltar today and in the future. The book examines Gibraltar's position as a British colony, and Spanish claims to sovereignty.

Gibraltar and Its People Summary

Gibraltar and Its People by Philip Dennis

In this account of the rock of Gibraltar's history, economic and social life, the author attempts to set the scene for a clear and balanced view of Gibraltar today and in the future. The book examines Gibraltar's position as a British colony, and Spanish claims to sovereignty. Comparisons with other colonies, such as Hong Kong and the Falklands under the British wing and Ceuta and Melilla of Spain, help to set Gibraltar's circumstances in perspective. Its place within the European Community is also considered. There are also chapters on Gibraltar's natural heritage, culture, commerce and industry.

Table of Contents

The Rock; Gebel Tarik; Britain, Spain and the Rock; 20th century wars; Franco stakes a claim; Gibraltar after Franco; Gibraltarians and their culture; commerce and industry; the natural heritage; the historical heritage; small states and colonial enclaves; Gibraltar - present and future.

Additional information

GOR001119872
9780715394939
0715394932
Gibraltar and Its People by Philip Dennis
Used - Very Good
Hardback
David & Charles
1990-03-31
160
N/A
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