William Leverkus was the British Consul in Cartagena during the Spanish Civil War. He decided to stay in Cartagena during those tragic years and kept a diary of all the events he experienced first hand. o Discover the humanitarian work of this consul, how he saved
thousands of people from certain death, how he managed to feed hundreds of children who would
have died of hunger and how he put his life on the line on many occasions! He was the Schindler of
But he also tells us about the daily effect of the bombardments in Cartagena, the Mar Menor,
Torrevieja and Alicante, the murders, the incessant hunger, the "business" of the British ships, the actions of the Republican Fleet and the authorities... In short, the day-today life of the three years of war that we did not know until now.