Spanish civil war

12 CIVIL WAR CASE STUDY 1: THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR (1936–39)

12 CIVIL WAR CASE STUDY 1: THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR (1936–39) The army was in need of reform. It was too big, and had too many officers. The upper and middle classes, however, defended their interests, as they dominated the officer corps. The army was generally conservative, but the ‘Africanistas’ – those who were experienced in the

December 15th,2019

12 CIVIL WAR CASE STUDY 1: THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR (1936–39)

12 CIVIL WAR CASE STUDY 1: THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR (1936–39) The army was in need of reform. It was too big, and had too many officers. The upper and middle classes, however, defended their interests, as they dominated the officer corps. The army was generally conservative, but the ‘Africanistas’ – those who were experienced in the

December 15th,2019

Small Arms of the Spanish Civil War - Forgotten Weapons

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.

December 15th,2019

The memories of the Spanish Civil War: Consensus and ...

This course aims to understand the enduring debate about the Civil War in Spanish society by analyzing the conflict, its consequences and, in particular, its narrative from a holistic point of view. The course starts with an introduction to the historical context of 1930’s Europe, and then

December 15th,2019

The Spanish Revolution 1931-1939 – Pierre Broué copy

The Spanish Revolution 1931-1939 – Pierre Broué Preface The history of the first years of the Spanish revolution, after the fall of the Monarchy, has been overshadowed by the civil war, and then by the Second World War, for which the civil war was itself the prologue …

December 15th,2019

Naval Aspects Spanish Civil War - Clash of Arms

Spanish Civil War tested the various political philosophies and ideologies in crucible of bloody war and many of them failed with the flow of blood Resources and technology were seen to be critical factors that spelled success when combined with ruthless application of force. Title: Naval Aspects Spanish Civil War

December 15th,2019

The Spanish Civil War - Struggle

World War I when it had remained neu-tral. Agriculture thrived due to the large foreign markets for its exports. At the same time some industrialisation took place. After the war, though, this boom came to an end, especially when tariff barriers were thrown up by Britain and France against Spanish exports. While the boom lasted the landowners

December 15th,2019

THE BATTLE FOR SPAIN - Libcom.org

3Previous edition of The Battle for Spain (The Spanish Civil War) 4La Vanguardia 5Archivo General de la Administración 6Getty Images While every effort has been made to trace copyright holders, if any have inadvertently been overlooked, the publishers will be pleased to