Spanish Civil War


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civil war in Spain in which Franco succeeded in overthrowing the republican government

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The panel stands on a footpath not far from a tree planted in 1986 to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the start of the Spanish Civil War.
In Leonard Cohen's Spanish Civil War song "The Traitor," a volunteer soldier's brief flirtation distracts him for a "fatal moment," and the battle is lost.
Fifi Roberts, from Penarth, travelled to Bilbao to help during the Spanish civil war
In addition, the author has conducted research at various other Spanish Civil War archives, including the just recently opened Moscow Archives on the Spanish Civil War.
She said: "From the start, we realised we had a poet who can see afar and who listens astutely: "He swings between the past and the present, starting in a hospital ward in Wales this year, where an old man on his deathbed remembering the Spanish Civil War and the brotherly sympathy which attracted so many Welshmen to fight against fascism.
It is a first-rate account of the political and military events of the Spanish Civil War.
Richard Rhodes has put this question to a test by writing an aggressively anti-ideological history of one of the most extravagantly ideological events that has ever occurred, the Spanish Civil War of 1936-39.
The painting has been in the collection of Tate Britain, in London, since 1987 but it was loaned out for this exhibition which looks at how British artists responded to the Spanish Civil War and also to the European artists who were influenced by the conflict.
This is not Preston's view of the role of antisemitism during the Spanish Civil War.
Aldecoa - who also played for Wolves - was a child refugee from the Spanish Civil War in the 1930s.
As a result of the Spanish Civil War, only 4,221 Spaniards came to the USSR before World War II began.
Cuando en Espana la historia formaba parte de la propaganda oficial del Estado, la aparicion de los libros de Hugh Thomas (The Spanish Civil War, 1961) y Raymond Carr (Spain, 1808-1939, 1966) marco un punto de inflexion.
Salud ; British volunteers in the Republican Medical Service during the Spanish Civil War, 1936u1939.
The Gipsy Kings are a group of musicians from Arles and Montpellier in the south of France who perform in Spanish as their parents were mostly gitanos -- Spanish Romani people who fled Catalonia during the 1930s Spanish Civil War.
THE oldest surviving British volunteer to fight Franco's fascists in the Spanish Civil War has died, aged 104.