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The Spanish protectorate in Morocco was established on 27 November by a treaty between France and Spain that converted the Spanish sphere of influence in Morocco into a formal protectorate. The Spanish protectorate consisted of a northern strip on the Mediterranean and the Strait of Gibraltar, and a southern part of the protectorate around Cape Juby, bordering the Spanish languages: Spanish, Berber, Arabic, Tetuani.
Rif War (–26), conflict between Spanish colonial forces and Rif peoples led by Muhammad Abd el-Krim. It was fought mainly in the Rif, a mountainous region of northern Morocco. The war was the last and perhaps most significant of many confrontations between.
Morocco - Morocco - The Spanish Zone: The Spanish protectorate over northern Morocco extended from Larache (El-Araish) on the Atlantic to 30 miles (48 km) beyond Melilla (already a Spanish possession) on the Mediterranean. The mountainous Tamazight-speaking area had often escaped the sultan’s control.
Spain also received a strip of desert land in the southwest, known as Tarfaya, adjoining. A growing list of novels & non fiction books that are set completely in or partly in The Kingdom of Morocco (or any past or future version this modern day nation). Score A book’s total score is based on multiple factors, including the number of people who have voted for it and how highly those voters ranked the book.
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Skip to main content. The Spanish campaign in Morocco by Hardman, Frederick, Google Book from the collections of Oxford University Language English. Book digitized by Google from the library of Oxford University Pages: The Spanish Campaign in Morocco. Blackwood and sons. (download book) “Min Khalifa Marrakesh Ila Mu’tamar Maghreb El Arabi.”(From the caliph of the king of Morocco to the Conference of the Maghreb).
(, April). El Ahram; Wolf, Jean (). Les Secrets du Maroc Espagnol: L’epopee D’Abdelkhalaq Torres. Morocco: Balland Publishing. Bit of history behind this medal. Ifni was ceded by Morocco to Spain inbut Spanish administration was nominal until ; from then until its capital, Sidi Ifni, was the residence of the governor-general of Spanish Sahara (now Western Sahara).
Border clashes between Spanish and Moroccan troops occurred in and all was over in Hundreds of thousands of Spaniards were killed in the conflict that Franco began after raising a rebel army in Spanish Morocco, and which saw the forces of the elected Republican Author: Zakia Abdennebi.
The Spanish gained control over them in the 15th and 17th centuries after a series of struggles with other competing countries, namely Portugal. These cities, enclaves of European heritage in the land the Arabs call "Al-Maghrib al Aqsa," (the farthest land.
Do we. More than specifically "Moroccan" I would in any case say "north African" - or "Arab", who knows. And even so we mostly don't. Many Spaniards have dark hair, dark eyes and (often) a fairly dark skin, and may share some genetic aspects.
Spanish Education in Morocco, –, is the first research-led study on the educational policies of the Spanish Protectorate in Morocco that is written in English.
This book presents the cultural tensions, imperial turmoil, and political conflicts of that region and period, focusing on the role that educational institutions played in. Accordingly, during the – 61 Spanish campaign in northern Morocco, some army ofﬁcers wanted to accompany their military actions in North Africa with the creation of schools for Moroccan.
Deadly Embrace is not only a well-written and thoroughly documented book but also a necessary and vital contribution to the study of the turbulent and often violent first four decades of twentieth century surprisingly, in a country whose political destiny has unfortunately been determined far too often by praetorian intervention, there is a rich scholarly literature on the Spanish.
At its narrowest point, the Strait of Gibraltar separates Spain from Morocco by just kilometers/9 miles. Here, the African and European continents are so close that it's actually possible to swim from one to the r, unless you're an athlete in prime condition, it's likely that you're looking for a more conventional mode of : Anouk Zijlma.Combining military, political, cultural, social, and oral history, Sebastian Balfour narrates for the first time the development of a brutalised, interventionist army that played a crucial role in the victory of the Francoists in the Spanish Civil War.
Spain's new colonial venture in Morocco in the early twentieth-century turned into a bloody war against the tribes resisting the Spanish.Morocco (mərŏk´ō), officially Kingdom of Morocco, kingdom ( est.
pop. 34,),sq mi (, sq km), NW o is bordered by the Mediterranean Sea (N), the Atlantic Ocean (W), Western Sahara (S), and Algeria (S and E). Ifni, formerly a Spanish-held enclave on the Atlantic coast, was ceded to Morocco in Two cities, Ceuta and Melilla, and several small islands.