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General Archive of the Spanish Civil War

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In November 1905 Spanish Army personnel stormed the offices of Catalan magazine , where and were also located, for having published a caricature ridiculing the military. The Spanish Civil War marked the first time in history in which the use of Airplanes had a large impact on the result of the war. Even before the first refugees arrived in the Soviet Union, the Kremlin was exploiting the misfortunes of children caught in war-torn Spain. With such consummate tact, wisdom and firmness had he discharged the delicate, diplomatic functions devolved upon him, in the then highly inflamed state of the Spanish mind, that President McKinley, recognizing the eternal fitness of things, and the unanimous sentiment of the country, kept him at the post of duty, which also at that time, when treachery and conspiracy not only did their dark deeds in the nighttime, but brazenly stalked abroad at noonday, was emphatically the post of danger. Republican forces made many attempts to take the Alcazar, even attempting to force a surrender by threatening to kill hostages taken from the town. An army lead by Franco during the coup and later Spanish civil war, the army of Africa was composed of Spanish troops as well as the Spanish Foreign Legion and locally recruited Moroccan infantry and cavalry called Regulares. For the voyage itself, as revealed through letters written by those aboard, see Zafra, et al.

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File:General map of the Spanish Civil War (1936

spanish civil war generals

The President of the United States, upon the declaration of war by Congress, called for 200,000 volunteer troops to defend the honor of the flag, and to carry out the wishes of Congress in making war against Spain. The welcoming committees were headed by Komsomol and Pioneer leaders who had been individually nominated by Party and Komsomol officials in Leningrad and Moscow. Executions and murder were the order of the day. About 200,000 people died as the result of systematic killings, mob violence, torture, or other brutalities. Nationalist forces put the figure at 1,000,000, including not only those killed in battle but also the victims of bombardment, execution, and assassination.

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Spanish Civil War Vocab Flashcards

spanish civil war generals

The Republican government, beginning in September 1936, was headed by the socialist leader. One of the chief conspirators in the uprising of generals that started the Spanish Civil war. It inspired 's most famous painting: Guernica. Parallel to the Politburo's actions regarding the Spanish refugees were similar proposals and decrees put forward by the Comintern. The next day Sanjurjo died in a plane crash and Mola became nationalist commander in the north while Franco became nationalist commander in the south. Antisemitic propaganda, including the notorious fictional work, The Protocols of the Elders of Zion, circulated throughout the Nationalist-held territories.

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The Spanish Civil War

spanish civil war generals

The national side had Castile and Galicia's cereal and grain reserve and the cattle, as well as the León and Riotinto Huelva carbon mines. From there some managed to go into exile or went to join the to fight against the , while part of them ended up in. Courtesy of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade Archives, Brandeis University Library By November 1936 the Nationalists had advanced to the outskirts of. By the end of November of that year, Pascua had received a new shipment of textbooks from Valencia, and these were dispatched from Paris to Moscow in early December. Wolf Southern Historical Society Papers.

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Spanish Civil War

spanish civil war generals

. Located in the and front. By May 1937, most of the mass killings of priests by Leftist radicals subsided. In December 1938 they moved upon Catalonia in the northeast, forcing the Republican armies there northward toward France. Two of these were urban residences, placed in the center of the former capital; the other two were rural and secluded, near the village of Pushkin.

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General Archive of the Spanish Civil War

spanish civil war generals

They quickly seized political power and instituted martial law. Madrid's fierce resistance forced Franco to repeatedly redirect his military operations during the first year of the war. At the same time, treatments of Spanish history concentrated on Soviet-style conceptions of the Spanish labor movement, with special attention paid to the 1934 Asturias uprising; the 1936 unification of Spanish socialist and communist youth organizations; hagiographic studies of José Diaz, Dolores Ibárruri, and other key figures in Spanish communism; and mythic representations of the young martyrs of the civil war, the most significant of whom was Lina Odena. But the determination of urban workers and miners from Asturias and the desire of the Basques and Catalans for independence which they would obviously not obtain from the nationalists , enabled the Government to rally resistance in the east and far north of the country. In March, only weeks before the end of the war, he found not a single sympathetic ear in the Soviet government; indeed, he was not even granted a meeting.


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Spanish Civil War Flashcards

spanish civil war generals

This does not include all those who died from malnutrition, starvation, and war-engendered disease. The , profiting from the of the Spanish Republic imposed by the , assisted the beleaguered Republican government chiefly by providing weapons. Those who did not attend the ceremony observed the holiday in their schools. A real civil war splits the country, regions, families, married couples and best friends in two, for purely ideological reasons. Industrialists were also angry with the new government, as the government raised the wages of workers without consulting business owners. This is true I can't remember Sam Elliot ever turning in a substandard performance in whatever character he played.

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Spanish Civil War Flashcards

spanish civil war generals

One child, José Fernández Sánchez, who arrived in Russia in October 1937, later recalled his first lesson in Soviet revisionist history. On July 18, 1936, the Spanish begins as a revolt by right-wing Spanish military officers in Spanish Morocco and spreads to mainland Spain. In a way, it was a preview of what was to come during the Second World War, when Europe was divided into fascist regimes and those who wanted to maintain their independence. See, for example, Komsomol'skaia Pravda, 1 May 1938. The most interesting Spanish work on the topic has been done by memoirists and filmmakers: here, the two autobiographical accounts by José Fernándo Sánchez stand out, as does Jaime Camino's recent documentary film. The sixteen-year-old Odena was killed in combat on the southern front in October 1936. The Republicans and the Nationalists, as the rebels were called, then proceeded to secure their respective territories by executing thousands of suspected political opponents.


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The Spanish Civil War

spanish civil war generals

Given the embassy's chronic staff shortage and the wide geographic separation between the children's homes, proper monitoring was all but impossible. To pay for this Primo de Rivera introduced higher taxes on the rich. The Industrial Condition of the South before 1860. But General Franco vehemently refused any compromise and wanted only total victory and the humiliation and disbandment of the Spanish Republic. As it was, he only got there, as a smart paragrapher told us at the time, by swimming his horse from Key West to Cuba, with his sword in his mouth. The viewer is even taken into the kitchen to meet the children's Asturian chef. The Alcazar was controlled by the Nationalists when the uprising of the generals occurred, and Republican forces soon laid siege to the Alcazar.

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