politic and economic situation in Spanish Society 1915-1919

2018 edition

Amir Rahimi

Spanish society 

the survey of Spanish politic and economic situation had  Malicious effects From communist countries politics at that time at this time many people From Barcelona were  emigrants to Madrid ,Valencia, and to other industrial zones . at this time 1916  Bolshevik revolution was started in Russia and many people lived in bad life situations they got negative effect from world war 1 and after revolution had same problem by cop politics with European by Lenin orders

from 1914 to 1915 the economic had been growing in Madrid , the employ had been better but some left politic motivation had communist economic effects  and made independent from Spain .on the other hand democratic group and republic group have problem from that years up to now . if you  need to improve politics relations you could confirm politics from central government . because independent is not advantage

from the middle of 1918 there were signs that the Spanish labor movement was  beginning to revive from  the low point of  the  previous summer;and that nonstop  inflation, rising unemployment and the less tangible but perhaps more powerful force of the Russian revolution. the continue at this time the terrorism was birthed ,it was frequently condoned in practice and reflected the dark side of  Anarchist by Catalonia politicians . the Anarchist politics have background from 1903 .the Anarchist groups were made difficult situations for some company to employ many people need to work

please thinking about Background of Catalonia and Spain at that time

in facts the independent never has negative economic  effects in develop  of society  for Spain and other countries in European world.

Spanish politics during World war I

The greater understanding of Spanish foreign policy during the First World War has impacted on its European context, as we can appreciate its neutrality as a common experience in other continental states.[12] This is the case of several democracies in central and northern Europe, such as Switzerland, the Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, and Norway. These countries were subject to pressure from the Entente ‚Äď the Allies ‚Äď (particularly from Great Britain), and from neighbouring Germany, but remained neutral until the end of the war. Southern European states such as Romania, Greece, Italy, Spain, and Portugal initially declared neutrality, but most of them ended up fighting.