Friend or Foe? Occupation, Collaboration and Selective Violence in the Spanish Civil War by Peter Anderson [Ebook]

Friend or Foe? Occupation, Collaboration and Selective Violence in the Spanish Civil WarAuthor: Peter Anderson
Title: Friend or Foe? Occupation, Collaboration and Selective Violence in the Spanish Civil War
Print Length: 272
Language: English, Francais, Italiano, Espanol, Deutsch
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‘Today with the Red Army captive and disarmed, the Nationalist [nacionales] troops have achieved their final military objectives. The war is over.’ With these two sentences, on 1 April 1939, General Franco announced that his writ ran across the whole of Spain. His words marked a high point for those who had flocked to Franco’s side and since the start of the Civil War in July 1936 had carried out what they regarded as the steady occupation of the country. The history of this occupation remains conspicuous by its absence and the term occupation lies discredited for many historians. Friend or Foe? explores how Francoist occupation saw members of the state and society collaborate to win control of Spanish society.

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