Santamarta: Editorial Unimagdalena, (Humanidades y Artes. Historia), 2018. First Edition. Paperback. 212p., bibl., wrps. New. Item #68950
"Simón Bolívar, entre Escila y Caribdis" is a historiographic investigation aiming to shed light on two of Simón Bolívar's most controversial actions: the arrest of Francisco de Miranda in 1812 and the Decreto de Guerra a Muerte (Decree of War to the Death), which permitted the murder of Spaniards not actively assisting South American independence. Posthumous publication by Cuban histsorian Jorge R. Ibarra Cuesta.