Civilisation and Barbarism: The impact of Europe on Argentina
The European images of Argentina are complex, and mirror profound debates about nationalism and universalism, popular and elite culture.
In August 1925, the Prince of Wales visited Buenos Aires to help promote trade between Britain and Argentina. A local newspaper described a typical day during his brief stay:
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