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Escondido es la fascinante historia de un hombre que se ocultó en su casa. I went into the struggle because that is what I believed in, and though I'm finished now with politics, my convictions will remain till I di. ~ Manuel Cortes, 1969.

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Ronald Angus Fraser (9 December 1930 – 10 February 2012) was a British historian noted for his oral histories and in particular for Blood of Spain, his oral history of the Spanish Civil War. Born in Hamburg to an upper-middle class Scottish father and wealthy American mother, Fraser was educated at boarding school in England and the USA and undertook further studies in Switzerland and France.

Fraser Ronald is a graduate of the University of St. Jerome's College in Waterloo, Ontario. After graduation, he worked as a Lecturer in English at Taegu Polytechnic College in South Korea. He now lives in Ottawa, Ontario with his wife and two daughters. His work has been published in Black Gate, Fantastic Stories, On Spec, and Forgotten Worlds.

Ronald Fernandez - America Beyond Black and White: How Immigrants and Fusions Are Helping Us Overcome the Racial Divide (Contemporary Political and Social Issues).

Ronald Fraser (11 April 1930 – 13 March 1997) was an English-born Scottish character actor, who appeared in numerous British plays, films and television shows from the 1950s to the 1990s. An unusual appearance and unique delivery made him a natural comedic actor. Fraser was a familiar figure in West End clubs during the sixties, and despite a long-standing reputation as one of the hardest drinking of British actors he was still working in his last years.

Ronald Fraser, an English oral historian known for his deftness at collecting and presenting ordinary people’s experiences .

Ronald Fraser, an English oral historian known for his deftness at collecting and presenting ordinary people’s experiences during momentous events like the Spanish Civil War, died on Feb. 10 in Valencia, Spain. He was 81. Tariq Ali, a friend and colleague, announced the death. Mr. Fraser used transcriptions of interviews, the oral historian’s principal tool, to write books chronicling working-class life, the ways of a Spanish village, the 1968 student uprisings in the United States and Europe, and even his own life.