The Passionate War: The Narrative History of the Spanish Civil War

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Simon & Schuster, 1986 - History - 574 pages
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Oral reports, records, diaries, histories, autobiographies, and letters contribute to a narrative reconstruction of the chronology, politics, military strategies, and legacies of the Spanish Civil War

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User Review  - Jorge Aranda - Goodreads

I bought this book in order to learn a topic that is mostly forgotten in European History today. I gave up halfway though the book, being such an awful piece of work. This book is ok for those who ... Read full review

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User Review  - Luke - Goodreads

Read half of this (how does the war end again?), I was expecting more literal first-hand accounts than the told-through-personal-vignettes approach here, which wasn't bad but an odd level. Read full review

Contents

The Principals
13
We left our hearts there
19
THE CONFRONTATION
27
Copyright

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