The spanish civil war and its memory.pdf

The spanish civil war and its memory PDF

Molly Goodking

The CASB Occasional Papers is intended as a platform for the dissemination of research focused on Spanish topics carried out by young American university students. Many students come to Spain to complete their academic studies, discover the complexity of the local society and its history and, as a consequence, some of them address their academic interest in Hispanic issues in writing. In this sense, CASB Occasional Papers aims to contribute to the evolution of a new generation of Hispanistas from different fields and backgrounds in the very early steps of their academic careers and, at the same time, offer the results of their junior research to broader and non-specialized audiences. Within a context of decreasing interest in humanities and social studies, this publication is an effort to promote and encourage research in fields centered around the perspective of outsiders, the Transatlantic point of view and an interdisciplinary approach to wide-ranging themes. The three papers included here examine several aspects of the Spanish Civil War and its consequences: Molly Goodkind analyzes four important radical American women (Mary Low, Lois Orr, Martha Gellhorn and Josephine Herbst) who participated in the war

The Spanish Civil War (Spanish: Guerra Civil Española) was a civil war in Spain fought from 1936 to 1939. Republicans loyal to the left-leaning Popular Front government of the Second Spanish Republic, in alliance with anarchists, of the communist and syndicalist variety, fought against a revolt by the Nationalists, an alliance of Falangists, monarchists, conservatives and Catholics, led by a ... the end of the war. In the early decades the Spanish dictatorship sought legitimation on the basis of its triumph – the Nationalist ‘crusade’ became the principal founding myth of Franco’s ‘New State’. In the 1940s,Spanish histories of the civil war,and of the Second Republic (1931–9) which had been engulfed by the war,were ...

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Sofi Voighua

Memory and Amnesia The Role of the Spanish Civil War in the Transition to Democracy Paloma Aguilar Translated from the Spanish by Mark Gordon Oakley. 356 pages, 16 tables, 10 graphs, bibliog., index. ISBN 978-1-57181-757-0 $135.00/£99.00 Hb Published (August 2002) ISBN 978-1-57181-496-8 $34.95/£27.95 Pb Published (August 2002)

Mattio Mazios

In its analysis of oral testimonies, Memories of the Spanish Civil War offers a superb combination of scientific rigour, empathy and sensitivity. By recuperating silenced voices from a community that is marked by the experience of Francoist violence, Ruth Sanz Sabido provides an essential insight into the complexity of individual and collective Few 20th-century conflicts were as ideologically and emotionally charged as the Spanish Civil War which lasted three years from 1936–39. Fewer still can claim to have united a generation of young writers, poets, photographers and artists, such as Auden, McNeice, Dos Passos, Ehrenburg, Hemingway, Koestler, Bell, Lee, Malraux, Neruda, Orwell and Vallejo, in political fervour.

Noe Schulzzo

The final part of the paper examines how the museum is maintaining the local community heritage of these Civil War caves, and considers its strategies for the ... The historiography of the Spanish Civil War is vast and rich in relatively consensual ... produced by extreme right-wing revisionism and issues of memory and politics. ... that we must comprehend in order to defend against its harmful influence.

Jason Statham

Faced with potential defeat, Franco called upon Nazi Germany and Fascist Italy for aid. Thanks to their military assistance, he was able to airlift troops from Spanish ... 8 Jun 2016 ... It's July 2011—a full 75 summers after Spain erupted in the Civil War that ... bound on all sides by physical, undeniable markers of its memories.

Jessica Kolhmann

6/2/2017 · Opening during the Spanish Civil War, the 1937 Paris Exhibition allowed artists to speak out against brutality. Fiona Macdonald looks at a moment when paintings became propaganda. The Spanish Civil War (1936 – 39) was the bloodiest conflict western Europe had experienced since the end of World War I in 1918. 2. It was the breeding ground for mass atrocities. About 200,000 people died as the result of systematic killings, mob violence, torture, or other brutalities. 3. The fighting displaced millions of Spaniards.