Spain is a poem by W. H. Auden written after his visit to the Spanish Civil War and regarded by some as one of the most important literary works in English to emerge from that war. It was written and published in 1937.
Auden published two versions of the poem, first as a pamphlet Spain (1937), then, in revised form and titled "Spain 1937", in his book Another Time (1940). He later rejected the poem from his collected editions, regarding it as a "dishonest" poem that expressed political views that he never believed but which he thought would be rhetorically effective.
The poem describes the history that led up to the Spanish Civil War, then the arrival of the International Brigades at the war itself, then foresees a possible future that may result from the war.
Australian rules football is played in Europe at an amateur level in a large number of countries. The oldest and largest leagues are those in the United Kingdom, Ireland and Denmark, each nation having a number of clubs, organised junior programs and women's football. The British AFL has now dramatically expanded into the Welsh, Scottish and English leagues. The Danish AFL has been responsible for the expansion of Australian Football into Sweden, Finland, Iceland and Norway. The governing body for Australian Football in Europe was founded in Frankfurt in January 2010; the body was initially called the European Australian Football Association, but changed its name to AFL Europe at a general assembly meeting in Milan in October of the same year. It currently has 19 member nations. AFL Europe, with backing of the AFL in Australia has overseen a large improvement in the organisation of Australian football in Europe.
The sport has grown from a few clubs and leagues started mainly by expatriate Australians and returning nationals in the late 1980s and early 1990s, to now having established leagues in over 15 nations, with the majority of players being non-Australian.
"Spain is an economic engine for Morocco and vice versa, breaking relations would be like shooting ourselves in the foot" ... Spain is an economic engine for Morocco and vice versa, and breaking off relations between the two countries would be like shooting ourselves in the foot." ... Spain.
Spanish utility group Iberdrola has hired two compatriots to help it put together a 20-MW green hydrogen production plant in Puertollano, Spain. The contracts were awarded in a tender process to engineering companies Elecnor SA (BME.ENO) and Construcciones Electromecanicas Consonni SA, Iberdrola said.
This is Sojitz and Eneos’ first solar project in Australia ... A project finance agreement has been signed with France’s Natixis, and an engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) contract with the Australian subsidiary of Spain’s Grupo Gransolar SL ... ....
The traditional destinations for a 'surfing safari' range from Hawaii to the shores of Peru. Certainly, I don't recall The Beach Boys ever singing about the north-west suburbs of Bristol... Catching waves ... Then he chanced upon an internet video showing how engineers had built a working artificial surf lake in Spain's Basque Country. RELATED ARTICLES ... .
“It was very frustrating ...The daughter of an engineer, Rougab spent three years as a teenager in Spain after her father was transferred to Tarragona for work ... “My time in Spain shaped my personality ... But in Spain I learned the teachers were there to listen, and it really helped my confidence. Spain is a very open culture. People listen to you there.” ... .
So you are closing the cycle – you don’t use other materials to make the (plastic) bag,’ said Thomas Dietrich, an engineer in biotechnology at Spain’s TECNALIA, a research and technological development centre ... Placet, a research engineer at the FEMTO-ST Institute in France.
After 15 months of weekends stuck at home, Generation Z could be forgiven for wanting to spend their Saturday soaking up the sun in a beer garden with friends ... I just want to be able to travel back to Spain to see my family.’.Lola Marcos, 21, and AlexisMorgan, 20, who are studying engineering at Imperial College, agreed. RELATED ARTICLES ... .
>. 1/7 ...Alpine driver Fernando Alonso of Spain prior to the start of the Monaco Grand Prix at the Monaco racetrack, in Monaco, Sunday, May 23, 2021 ...International race fans weren't surprised when the two-time world champ from Spain qualified fifth in 2017 and contended for the race win until an engine failure knocked him out with 21 laps to go ... 1 ... .