La creación de la Compañía Telefónica Nacional de España en la Dictadura de Primo de Rivera

@inproceedings{Yuste2008LaCD,
  title={La creaci{\'o}n de la Compa{\~n}{\'i}a Telef{\'o}nica Nacional de Espa{\~n}a en la Dictadura de Primo de Rivera},
  author={Antonio P{\'e}rez Yuste},
  year={2008}
}
  • A. Yuste
  • Published 11 January 2008
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