THE SPANISH RESURGENCE, 1713-1748
Often dismissed as ineffective, indolent, and dominated by his second wife, Elisabeth Farnese, Philip V of Spain (1700-1746), the first Bourbon king, was in fact the greatest threat to peace in Europe during his reign. Storrs delivers a major reappraisal of Philip V's reign and what it meant for the modern Spanish state.
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