The First World War in the chronicles of Enrique Gómez-Carrillo

La Primera Guerra Mundial en las crónicas de Enrique Gómez Carrillo

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The First World War in the chronicles of Enrique Gómez-Carrillo

La Primera Guerra Mundial en las crónicas de Enrique Gómez Carrillo

Enrique Gómez-Carrillo was one of the great chroniclers of the First World War. Little is known in historiography of the role played by Latin America and the Caribbean in the context of the First World War. Gómez-Carrillo was a reporter, chronicler, writer and one of the cosmopolitan men in all the cultural affairs regarding the French Belle Époque at the end of the 19th century. The renowned historian Rodrigo Quesada-Monge presents a scholarly work about this unexplored character but yet one of great cultural ponderance, particularly in chronicling the war event. It has been with the commemoration of the anniversary of the start of the Great War that Gómez-Carrillo’s work is being rediscovered and issued back into circulation, mainly in Europe. The careful academic research work of Prof. Quesada, published with the seal of EUNA, contributes to this rediscovery.

  • The First World War in the chronicles of Enrique Gómez-Carrillo
  • Rodrigo Quesada Monge
  • Universidad Nacional
  • Available worldwide
  • Spanish
  • Printed
    • 978-997-765-536-9
  • No
    • Alexandra Meléndez Calderón
    • amelende@una.ac.cr
    • +(506) 2562–6750/4