Spain in Conflict, 1931-1939
Democracy and Its EnemiesBook - 1986
The causes and profound ramifications of the Spanish Civil War continue to intrigue fifty years after its outbreak. Spain in Conflict 1931-39 provides new evidence about Spanish political development during that period and offers a valuable re-evaluation of a tragic episode in twentieth-century history.
The contributors investigate three major areas of concern: the gradual fragmentation of Republicanism and the Left, the coalescence of conservative and right-wing interests and the impact of foreign financial involvement in the war.
Publisher: London ; Beverly Hills : Sage Publications, 1986
Characteristics: 278 p. ; 22 cm
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