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Extract From The Civil War In Spain - Various - We Were Happy There! (Vinyl, LP, Album)

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  1. Jul 22,  · Barcelona and the Spanish civil war Walking through Barcelona it's easy to forget that great political passions were once played out in the streets. Take a tour of Spanish civil war sites with.
  2. Jul 03,  · It’s game over. Spain’s “Cable Girls,” Netflix’s longest-running non-U.S. original series, will soon be history, its final five episodes of a two-part season five released on Friday. No.
  3. Jan 11,  · The International Brigades were volunteer military units of foreigners from more than 40 different countries who fought on the side of the Second Spanish Republic during the Spanish Civil War. The number of combattant volunteers has been estimated at between 32,–35,, though with no more than about 20, active at any one time.
  4. "Spain in My Heart: Songs of the Spanish Civil War" (Various artists) () —with contributions by Pete Seeger, Arlo Guthrie, Joel Rafael and Aoife (Finnes) Clancy (from Cherish the Ladies). "On the Border" () Year of the Cat album. "Always the Cause" (Al Stewart) () Between the Wars (Al Stewart album).
  5. Jul 15,  · Spain’s army rose up against its left-wing Republican government in July The civil war that ensued is often viewed as a precursor to the Second World War for the way it sucked in the wider international community. Best-selling military historian Antony Beevor talked to David Musgrove about the conflict and its wide-reaching consequences Author: Charlotte Hodgman.
  6. May 29,  · Now there is just a bookshop, albeit one with treasures such as The Golden Book of the Spanish Revolution, produced by anarchist exiles in to mark the 10th anniversary of the war.
  7. Jun 13,  · There were many different reasons the war was fought, including over class struggle, religion, republicanism, monarchism, fascism, and communism. The Republican government billed the war as a struggle between tyranny and freedom, whilst the Nationalist rebels were based around law, order and Christian values standing against communism and.
  8. Set in Barcelona at the outbreak of the civil war, this film by Spanish director Vicente Aranda follows the story of a former nun, Maria, as she joins the local feminist militia and takes up arms against Franco’s forces. Under the guidance of her anarchist-feminist mentor, Pilar, and the other women in the militia, she discovers new meaning to what it is to be a woman.

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