Democracy and Civil War in Spain 1931-1939 by Martin Blinkhorn
(Lancaster Pamphlets)

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In the 1930s Spain underwent a period of intense and bloody upheaval that culminated in three years of civil war and the triumph of the Nationalist rebels under General Franco. Hundreds of thousands of Spanish - and non-Spanish - people died in their struggle against what was seen as the greatest evil of the time: fascism and its commitment to the defeat of democracy. Fifty years on, with the coming of a new democracy to Spain, previously inaccessible research materials have become available to historians; old orthodoxies have been challenged and the continuing debate concerning the origins of the Spanish Civil War has been lively. In the light of this renewed interest Martin Blinkhorn has provided a lucid and readable introduction to events in Spain in the 1930s.

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Martin Blinkhorn is Professor of Modern European History at Lancaster University.
Published February 20, 2008 by Routledge. 108 pages
Genres: History, Education & Reference, Travel, War, Political & Social Sciences. Non-fiction

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