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This article analyzes Spanish participation in the centennial celebration of several American independencies in 1910-1911 (those of Argentina, Mexico, Chile and Venezuela). The recurring issues of Spanish nationalism of that time are studied, inclu- ding the need to "regenerate" Spain after the 1898 disaster, by adopting a "hispanoamericanist" language. The author also describes the initiatives of several immigrant collectivities in these American countries, concerned as they were about theirdoaj:9eccf65ad21c409ebda5c44a97148443 fatcat:7lgpcbbbfzdl7dpk5pks2ktg4a