El Trommel

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El Trommel was a socialist fortnightly newspaper published from El Astillero, Spain 1906-1908.[1][2] Diego Pérez Reventún was the editor of El Trommel.[3] El Trommel was printed at La Ideal printing shop in Santander. The price for subscription was 50 centimos per trimester.[4] El Trommel substituted an earlier socialist publication, La Voz del Pueblo.[5]

The editorial line caused discomfort to the mayor of El Astillero, Casimiro Tijero. El Trommel was closed down in January 1908 after the newspaper had been forced to pay a deposit of 2,000 pesetas and court had issued a fine against it for 125 pesetas after complaints from Tijero.[3][6] A similar tactic had been used to enforce the closure of La Voz del Pueblo a few years earlier.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Garrido Martín, Aurora. Cantabria 1902-1923: elecciones y partidos políticos. [Santander]: Universidad de Cantabria, 1990. p. 161
  2. ^ Cueva Merino, Julio de la. Clericales y anticlericales: el conflicto entre confesionalidad y secularización en Cantabria (1875-1923). [Santander]: Universidad de Cantabria, 1994. p. 175
  3. ^ a b Gutiérrez Lázaro, Cecilia, and Antonio Santoveña Setién. UGT en Cantabria, 1888-1937. Santander: Universidad de Cantabria, 2000. p. 94
  4. ^ Gutiérrez Lázaro, Cecilia, and Antonio Santoveña Setién. UGT en Cantabria, 1888-1937. Santander: Universidad de Cantabria, 2000. p. 89
  5. ^ Revista de fomento social, Vol, 30, Eds. 117–120. 1975. p. 407
  6. ^ a b Boletín de la Biblioteca de Menéndez Pelayo, Vol. 77–78. La Sociedad, 2001. p. 196