The week of rain and hail on the Royal Academy of history and its dictionary biographical entries subject to harsh criticism – Spanish – a work of reference of 50 volumes and 43,000 empties into the despacho de Gonzalo Anes y alvarez de Castrillon (Trelles, Oviedo, 1934). Tired and uncomfortable with the press, the director of the RAH still defends not only the dictionary, but some controversial authors, as the medievalist Luis Suarez, which avoids calling dictator Franco in his biography. The latest entries that have raised dust have been Rita Barbera, written by one of his advisors, or general Alfonso Armada, drafted by his son-in-law. The interview was carried out hours before the plenary adopted unanimously to create a Standing Committee in order to secure the improvement and review procedures for the digital edition of the dictionary, and that changes in role will be made as quickly as possible. Source of the news:: « I have not read the biography of Franco »

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