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The Spanish Republic and the Civil War, 1931-1939.


Princeton, N.J., Princeton University Press, 1965.
ISBN 9780691051543, 0691051542, 0691007578

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Subjects Espagne -- Histoire -- 1931-1939 (République)
Spain -- History -- Republic, 1931-1939.
Spain.
Spanien.
Spanischer Bürgerkrieg.
Description xiii, 578 pages illustrations, maps 22 cm
Copyright Date 1965.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 541-557).
American Historical Association Herbert Baxter Adams Prize, 1966.
Contents Organizations and political terms -- The background of the Spanish republic -- The first days of the republic -- The creation of a constitution -- The politics of the Azaña government --Economic problems during the Azaña era -- The defeat of the left -- Government by the center-right -- The revolution of October 1934 -- Politics and ideologies in 1935 -- The popular front election -- From February to June 1936 -- The approach to the civil war -- The Pronunciamento of July 17-20 -- The beginnings of international intervention -- Military developments, August-October 1936 -- Revolution and terror in the popular front zone -- Authority and terror in the insurgent zone -- The assault on Madrid -- Politics and war in early 1937 -- Guadalajara and the unification of nationalist Spain -- The fall of Largo Caballero -- The war in the north -- The initiatives of the Negrín government -- The development of nationalist Spain -- Efforts to limit suffering and destruction -- The Ebro and the fall of Catalonia -- The end of the war -- The Spanish tragedy -- Chronology -- The black legend of the Spanish republic -- The elections of the second Spanish republic -- Deaths attributable to the civil war.
Genre History.
Geographic Area Spain
Network Numbers (OCoLC)397699
(OCoLC)ocm00397699
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WorldCat Identities Jackson, Gabriel.
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