Spain's Civil War
Routledge, Sep 25, 2014 - History - 158 pages
This study offers a succinct analysis of a critical period in Spain's history. It assesses the causes and course of the Civil War and covers Franco's New Spain. For the Second Edition there is a fuller examination of the politics of the Second Republic and the regional and social bases of Spain's political parties. There is also a more detailed account of the military conduct of the war and of the extent of international involvement.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
africanistas agrarian anarchism anarchist Andalusia Aragon arms Asturian attack Azaﬁa Barcelona Basque Provinces began bomb British Calvo Sotelo campaign Carlists Catalan Catalonia Catholic CEDA Church Civil Guard Collective command committed Condor Legion Cortes defence democratic economic elections electoral European Falange Falangist fascist fighting forces foreign Franco Francoist Fraser German Gil Robles government’s Guernica Hitler industrial initiative International Brigades Italian Josť Antonio July labourers land Largo Caballero leader Left Lerroux liberal Madrid major Military Rising militia Mola monarchist movement Nationalist Nationalist Spain Negrin numbers officers organisation Paul Preston political Popular Army Popular Front Popular Front government POUM Press Prieto Prime Minister Primo de Rivera prison PSOE reform regime repression Republic Republic’s Republican government Republican Spain revolutionary Right rural Russian social Socialist Soviet Union Spaniards Spanish Civil Spanish Civil War tactics Teruel town trade unions traditional Valencia victory Villafria women workers working-class