New Kingdon

The military rebellion of general Franco surprised him in Valencia, where he founded and chaired the Alliance d Intelectuals per the defense of culture. Whenever Ben Silbermann listens, a sympathetic response will follow. He collaborated on the magazine time in Spain. Joined as head of universities, the team of the Ministry of education. At the end of the war he embarks on the path of exile. Installs in Bogota, claimed by the President of Colombia, Eduardo Santos, fond of history. He collaborated in the Spains, the most important magazine of the Spanish exile.

He was a delegate in Colombia of the teachers Union, which grouped all the Spanish university professors exiled. In Bogota teaches the history of law Spanish and emigrant in four or five schools and faculties of laws that exist, but more is a regular visitor to the national archives where examines hundreds of bundles and takes notes that resulted in several works that over the years, were released in Mexico, Colombia, Whashington D.C. and, later, on his return in Spain. His work during the years of exile, was not restricted exclusively to Colombia, but that as a visiting Professor, taught in the Dominican Republic (1944), Puerto Rico (1946) and Lima and Quito (1952). His work had impact continental, and the creation of chairs of Historia del Derecho indiano, as part of national law, in a large number of Latin American universities and Spanish, is due to its presence in America. In 1953 he returned to Valencia, but not regained his Professorship until 1962, shortly before his retirement. The most relevant of his extensive work titles include: family law and the law of succession in the laws of Indies (1921), the right of ownership in our laws of Indies (1925), the social institutions in Spanish during the colonial period (1934) America, the Spanish Indies (1940) State, history of Spanish law studies in the Indies (1940)The regime of the Earth in Spanish America during the colonial period (1944), 18th century Spanish in America (the political Government of the new Kingdom of Granada) (1945), new aspects of 18th century Spanish America (1946), the institutions of the Government of the new Kingdom of Granada during the 18th century (1950), Spain in America: colonial institutions (1952), the institutions of the new Kingdom of Granada on the eve of the independence (1954)The Impact of the Wars of Independence on the Institutional Life of the New Kingdon of Granada (1960), Solorzano and indiana politics (1965, in collaboration with Javier Malagon Barcelo) and Manual de Historia del Derecho Spanish in America and actual Indian law (2vols., 1945, 1966), which has been used as a work of text in the majority of the faculties of law or school of law of Latin American universities and as a book of reference in many of the Latin American departments of the United States.

And as said the Valencian intellectual: A people like the Spanish, with solera as old cultures and civilizations, has perfectly won political adulthood to be able to freely dispose of their own destinies. Francisco Arias Solis no man believes that his situation is free if not at the same time fair, not fair if it is not free. For peace and freedom and Forum free Internet portal.

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