Falange: A History of Spanish Fascism, Volume 22

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Stanford University Press, Jan 1, 1961 - Fascism - 316 pages
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1/26/2007 Franco vs. Fascism Primo de Rivera is the great fascist leader of the Spanish Civil War. Captured, judged and sentenced to death by the Republicans in 1936, Franco shrewdly turned him into a ... Read full review

Contents

THE BACKGROUND
1
H THE BIRTH OF NATIONAL SYNDICALISM
10
THE EMERGENCE OF JOSE ANTONIO PRIMO DE RIVERA
21
THE FOUNDING OF THE FALANGE
38
POETRY AND TERRORISM
49
THE STRUGGLE OVER TACTICS AND COMMAND
59
THE PARTY OF JOSE ANTONIO
74
THE ELECTIONS OF 1936
89
THE FALANGE MILITIA
142
POLITICAL INTRIGUE IN SALAMANCA
148
THE FALANGE AS STATE PARTY 19371939
174
THE NEW SPAIN OF THE CAUDILLO
199
POLITICS DURING WORLD WAR II
225
PLAYING OUT THE STRING
239
NOTES
269
BIBLIOGRAPHY
299

THE FALANGE INTO THE HOLOCAUST
101
THE FALANGE EARLY IN THE CIVIL WAR
116
JOSE ANTONIO IN ALICANTE
132

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