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The talk, at 8:00 p.m. in the Assembly Hall of the City Council, will be given by the Doctor of History, Ángel Luís Cervera Fantoni

Culture and the Frax Foundation are organizing a conference tomorrow on the disaster of 1998, subtitled "The War of the Constable Zaragoza"

20 April 2022
Fundación frax

The Department of Culture and the Frax Foundation have organized a conference on Admiral Cevera and the 1898 disaster that will take place tomorrow, Thursday, at 8:00 p.m., in Benidorm Town Hall.

The speaker will be the doctor in History Ángel Luis Cervera Fantoni who has subtitled "The War of the Constable Zaragoza", linking those events to the city of Benidorm. In tomorrow's session, the conference will deal with the story in which Admiral Pascual Cervera Topete and Constable Francisco Zaragoza y Such join their destinies on July 3, 1898, in what has become known as the Disaster of '98.
Great-grandson of Admiral Cervera y Topete, Cervera Fantoni published last November the 2nd edition, revised and expanded, of the book "The Disaster of '98 and the End of the Spanish Empire" as a result of the work that, for 25 years, the lecturer has carried out in around the history and the characters that led the fall of the Spanish empire in 1898.

The lecturer has a PhD in History (CEU San Pablo University), a PhD in Economics (Rey Juan Carlos University), a BA in Sociology (Pontifical University of Salamanca) and Business Sciences (ICADE), and a Master of Science in Quality Management (University of Lincolnshire & Humberside - United Kingdom).

Cervera Fantoni has worked in the areas of communication and external relations at Navantia and Indra, as well as at CESEDEN's Higher Institute for Strategic Studies as an expert in Defense Economics. He is an advisor to the Scientific Committee of the UNESCO Chair of the National Council of Cultural Heritage of Cuba, on issues related to underwater cultural heritage and the history of the Spanish Navy of the 19th century, as well as a Foreign Corresponding Academician of the Academy of Cuban History ( 2016), Member of the Royal Geographical Society (2016) and Corresponding Academician of the Royal Academy of Valencian Culture (2017).