Lola flores - raíces de la canción española vol. 39


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In 1939 Europe and the United States participated in the World War II , and the film industries of these regions were severely affected. Europe due to its location and the United States because the materials used to produce films (such as cellulose ), became scarce and were rationed. In 1942, when German submarines destroyed a Mexican tanker, Mexico joined the Allies in the war against Germany . Mexico won the status of most favored nation. Thus, the Mexican film industry found new sources of materials and equipment and secured its position in the production of quality films worldwide. During World War II, the film industry in France , Italy , Spain , Argentina and the United States focused on war films, which made it possible the Mexican film industry, with much more versatile themes, became dominant in the markets of Mexico and Latin America.

The Hostos family surname (originally Ostos) came from the Castile region of Spain when Don Eugenio de Ostos y Del Valle, born Ecija , Seville , Spain, moved to Camagüey , Cuba , and married, in 1736, Doña María Josefa del Castillo y Aranda. Their son Don Juan José de Ostos y del Castillo, who was born in Camagüey, Cuba, would eventually pass through the Dominican Republic , where he married Doña María Altagracia Rodríguez Velasco, eventually settling in Mayagüez, Puerto Rico , where his son Don Eugenio María de Hostos y Rodríguez was born. [3]


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