La ciutat neutral

Barcelona 1911 - 1920

Ròmul Brotons i Segarra

Albertí Editor

When World War I broke out in 1914, the kingdom of Spain remained neutral, as did Barcelona. This meant that the city became a magnet for shady characters who passed through it, turning it into a chaotic and dangerous place. Despite this adversity, the city managed to improve, grow and evolve towards an albeit uncertain future. This volume examines a period of ten years that are crucial to the understanding of the city as we know it today: one that was just beginning to develop, a time full of changes and contradictions, which the citizens would fight to overcome.

  • Catalan

  • 25.00 €





    23 x 23 cm



    • Memory

    • Public Space

    • History

    • Politics

    • Society

    • Culture