Writers and historians clamored yesterday at the Santander UIMP for the realization of a story about our true and affordable past for the entire society. If you are a Spaniard, it is very likely that you have heard about how the peninsular conquistadors mercilessly massacred the Indians they encountered in the New World.
It is also possible that you have stumbled into some book with the defeat of the Spanish Armada in Cape Trafalgar, prey of the fire of the British ships. However, you may never have heard anything about the founding of universities and infrastructures in America during the more than three centuries in which the Sun did not set in Hispanic territory. Or about the battle of El Caney in 1898, in which a handful of Spaniards stood up to thousands of Americans at the gates of Santiago de Cuba.
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