Fascism in Spain, 1923-1977

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University of Wisconsin Press, 1999 - History - 601 pages
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Fascism in Spain, 1923-1977, by celebrated historian Stanley G. Payne, is the first comprehensive history of Spanish Fascism to appear in any language. This authoritative study offers treatment of all the major doctrines, personalities, and defining features of the Spanish fascist movement, from its beginnings until the death of General Francisco Franco in 1977.

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Origins of Authoritarian Nationalism in Spain
The Fascism of the Intellectuals

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Stanley Payne is Hilldale-Jaume Vicens Vives Professor of History Emeritus, University of Wisconsin-Madison. He is a world authority on the history of European fascism and is the author of many books on Spanish and modern European history, including "The Spanish Civil War, the Soviet Union, and Communism" and "The Collapse of the Spanish Republic, 1933-1936," both published by Yale University Press. He lives in Madison, WI.