THE SIEGE OF THE ALCÁZAR OF TOLEDO The human determination to survive narrates an anachronistic and extraordinary event as disinterestedly as possible: the siege to the former palace of Charles V during the summer of 1936.
In order to do so as faithfully as possible, an enormous amount of information has been checked, analyzed and expurgated. Such process has comprehended not just bibliography, but also official documents and whenever possible personal testimonies as well. At no time has this book been circumscribed to any interested versions of the sides nor is it aligned with any of the two conflicting positions. Quite the contrary, this has been an attempt to look deep into different sources of information. Such facts are presented here within for the readers to draw their own conclusions.