Dictatorship of Primo de Riverathe Spanish population continued
dissatisfied The loss of Cuba and the Philippines, the last Spanish colonies,
just as the military defeats in Morocco provoked a strong
social unrest.General Primo de Rivera in 1923 staged a coup after which
establishes a dictatorship, that is, he assumed all the powers of the State and
banned political parties. The dictatorship ended in 1930 with the
frist world warIn the First World War - Involves several continents
- New weapons with a much destructive capacity were used
greater than the previous ones.
- The number of civilian casualties was very high.
The Second Republicthe first were held
Republican undertook numerous reforms, drafted a Constitution
where women's right to vote was recognized for the first time
the civil WarThe general
Francisco Franco staged a coup to end the government of
Spanish population was divided into two sides: The Republican side
that supported the Republic and the rebel side or national side that
supported Franco's uprising.Franco occupied much of Spain
second world warIn the Second World War, bombings occurred
massive,There were 50 million dead. Why did the war happen?
the invasion of Poland by German troops,the Japanese invasion of China, the British and Dutch colonies and
later the attack on Pearl Harbor.
Franco dictatorshipFranco became head of state, government and army.He suppressed the Constitution and enacted some laws that,
although they recognized some rights, many others were limited.Thousands of Republicans were convicted
and many others exiled from Spain.The population had become impoverished and there was a lack of food and products
basics.little by little Spain was rising and in 1975 the dictatorship ends.
Creation of the ONUthe foundation from the ONU.Your goals are
the maintenance of peace and cooperation between countries.It consists of 30 articles that collect the fundamental rights that
every person, without distinction of race, color, sex, religion or language.
46 states from around the world participated in the founding of the UN.
Currently 192 countries are full member.
democratic governmentsSince the 1977 elections, Spaniards regularly vote for their
national, regional and municipal representatives.
the 1978 constitutionA group made up of seven deputies, known as the "fathers of the
Constitution".The 1978 Constitution consists of
169 articles and a series of provisions.- Organization of the national territory by autonomous communities.
- The age to exercise the vote is 18 years.
- Separation of powers.
- Collect the obligations and rights of citizens.