The Documentation Center of Historical Memory, located in Salamanca, is reinforced to become a space of reference for researchers in the history of Spain from the time of the Second Republic Democratic Transition to new investments in space and the arrival of new and important archives.
These include the archive of the Communist Party of Spain which, as well as archives of Movimiento Nacional y del Sindicato Verticall, which are kept in the National Historical Archive or the politicians Transition archive's like Joaquín Garrigues Walker.
Scheduled to run from February 2014 to January 2017, Europeana Sounds is a project co-funded by the European Commission and the Europeana Sounds consortium, for a total budget of €6.14m (€4.91m EU contribution).
The activities of the project are organised in seven thematic work packages: aggregation, enrichment & participation, licensing guidelines, channels development, technical infrastructure, dissemination & networking, project management & sustainability.
En el proyecto participan 24 organizaciones europeas, como universidades o bibliotecas nacionales, entre otras y es gestionado y coordinado por la British Library.
María José Capellín and Manuel Vallejo were speakers of Radio España Independiente, known as La Pirenaica, during its last stage. Joined the radio station in the last years of the Franco regime from his exile in Switzerland as active militants of the Communist Party of Spain.
On the occasion of the presentation of the University of Alicante portals related to the recovery of the historical memory, Devuélveme la voz and La memoria recuperada, in the conmemoration of the 75th anniversary of the end of the Spanish Civil War organized by the Civic Committee of Alicante for the recovery of historical memory, we had the opportunity to interview them and that they were passing through the legendary radio station through his experiences, memories, feelings,...
The interview has been divided into five parts, for ease of viewing, where tell us its beginnings in Radio Pirenaica and as the daily life of the radio station.
Thanks to both for your patience and your generous collaboration.