Spanish civil war

THE BATTLE FOR SPAIN - libcom.org

duced. It is not a history of the Civil War, that would require many hun-dreds of pages to do justice to the sub-ject. It is an uncovering of the "hidden history" of the Anarchist participation in Spain's anti-fascist struggle. It has not been written because of some aca-demic interest but because Anarchism is still as relevant now as then. We ...

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July 22nd,2019

Jews in The Spanish Civil War - Marxists Internet Archive

Solidarity and silence: motherhood in the Spanish Civil War Brett Schmoll Departments of English and History, California State University, Bakersfield, CA, USA Abstract The subject of this article, the role of mothers in several Nationalist Castilian pueblos during the Spanish Civil War, provides insight into the impact of war on families.

July 22nd,2019

THE BATTLE FOR SPAIN - libcom.org

duced. It is not a history of the Civil War, that would require many hun-dreds of pages to do justice to the sub-ject. It is an uncovering of the "hidden history" of the Anarchist participation in Spain's anti-fascist struggle. It has not been written because of some aca-demic interest but because Anarchism is still as relevant now as then. We ...

July 22nd,2019

The Spanish Civil War 1936–39 (1) - Libcom.org

Spanish Civil War Spanish Civil War, (1936–39), military revolt against the Republican government of Spain, supported by conservative elements within the country. When an initial military coup failed to win control of the entire country, a bloody civil war ensued, fought with great ferocity on both sides.

July 22nd,2019

The Spanish Civil War - Struggle

Against Fascism – Jews who served in The International Brigade in The Spanish Civil War (Note – This survey is available at the AJEX Archives of the Jewish Military Museum in Hendon, the Marx Memorial Library (MML) in Clerkenwell , The Imperial War Museum Library, The National Archives at Kew, The British Library, The SOAS Library at the

July 22nd,2019

Solidarity and silence: motherhood in the Spanish Civil War

Spanish Mauser followed in 1895, 1916 and 1933.4 The Spanish army also bought surplus German army Mauser Gewehr 98s after World War One and rechambered them for the 7mm Spanish cartridge.5 While the Mausers had been in use for more than forty years before the start of the civil war, they were still state-of-the-art weapons.

July 22nd,2019

Spanish Civil War - Web Publishing

the war was at once civil, international, and ideological, and its conduct included a preview of technological advances the world would not fully comprehend until several years later. Although the Spanish Civil War is little covered in American classrooms, its carnage rivals that of the U.S. Civil War: 500,000 deaths, of which 300,000 were

July 22nd,2019

Spanish Civil War - Wikipedia

THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1936–39 (1) NATIONALIST FORCES INTRODUCTION T he Spanish Civil War was the curtain-raiser to World War II, and the major focus of international attention in Europe in the late 1930s. It was fought between the rebel Nationalist army led by Gen Francisco Franco (‘right wing’, and aided by Nazi Germany, Fascist Italy,

July 22nd,2019

Female Combatants in the Spanish Civil War: Milicianas on ...

July 22nd,2019

Small Arms of the Spanish Civil War - Forgotten Weapons

Female Combatants in the Spanish Civil War: Milicianas on the Front Lines and in the Rearguard By Lisa Lines1 Abstract The history of the military participation of women during the Spanish Civil War has thus far been neglected, underestimated or downplayed by …

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