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Memories Of The Spanish Civil War

Author: Ruth Sanz Sabido
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ISBN: 9781783483693
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A critical analysis of social memories of the Spanish Civil War, with specific reference to the rural context of the conflict. Based on a mixture of archival research and interviews with the inhabitants of one village in Huelva the book focuses on the forgotten history of the conflict.

Memories Of Resistance

Author: Shirley Mangini
Publisher: Yale University Press
ISBN: 9780300058161
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She discusses the factors that provoked the war and how they affected Spanish women - both the "visible" women who during the turbulent 1920s and 1930s tried to become part of mainstream politics and the "invisible" women who came to the fore during the revolutionary years of the Second Spanish Republic from 1931 to 1936 and became activists in the protest against the military insurrection of 1936.

The Spanish Civil War

Author: Anindya Raychaudhuri
Publisher: University of Wales Press
ISBN: 0708325793
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This book features cutting, edge, interdisciplinary research on the legacy of the Spanish Civil War by established and new scholars from across the world.

Personal Memories Of The Days Of The Spanish Civil War In Catalan And English

Author: Lluís Puig Casas
Publisher: Edwin Mellen Press
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Lluis (1914-98), though sympathetic to the Nationalists, was forced by geography to join the Republican Army during the 1936-39 conflict. His niece Idoya (Spanish, Manchester Metropolitan U.) touches up his original Catalan and faces it with pages of English translation. She also includes a chronology, maps, a 20-page introduction, and an index.

Mein Katalonien

Author: George Orwell
Publisher: Diogenes Verlag AG
ISBN: 3257602480
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Ende 1936 kam Orwell als Zeitungsreporter nach Barcelona, um über den Bürgerkrieg zu berichten. Er schloß sich der Miliz P.O.U.M. an, der Arbeiterpartei der marxistischen Einigung, und kämpfte den Winter über an der Front in Aragonien. Als er wenig später mit ansehen mußte, wie die Kommunisten bei der Ausschaltung der ihnen nicht genehmen Truppen Methoden der faschistischen Geheimpolizei anwandten, wurde er zu einem der erbittertsten Feinde des sowjetischen Totalitarismus.

Labyrinth Of Memories

Author: Luis Martin
Publisher: Xlibris Corporation
ISBN: 1499016484
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Luis Martin’s family was separated when he was a child during the horrors of the Spanish Civil War. He grew up hearing the stories of their separation and reconciliation recounted over and over. Combining his own childhood memories of those events with the remembered stories from his family members, he has written an engaging and thought-provoking Labyrinth of Memories: A Child in the Spanish Civil War. The circumstances of war take on new meaning when viewed through a child’s eyes in this recounting, and the bonds of family are vivid and indelible.

Der Falsche Berlebende

Author: Javier Cercas
Publisher: S. Fischer Verlag
ISBN: 3104036012
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Eine spannende Geschichte über Lüge und Leben, Fiktion und Wahrheit von einem der bedeutendsten Schriftsteller Spaniens. Medienwirksam hat sich der Katalane Enric Marco 30 Jahre lang als Überlebender des deutschen Konzentrationslagers Flossenbürg ausgegeben, hat sein Leiden öffentlich erzählt, war Präsident der Vereinigung der ehemaligen spanischen KZ-Häftlinge. Doch 2005 kam es zum Skandal, als ein Historiker aufdeckte, dass seine Geschichte eine Lüge war. Wenige Tage zuvor noch hatte Marco im spanischen Parlament eine bewegende Rede zum bevorstehenden 60. Jahrestag der Befreiung des KZ Mauthausen gehalten. Tatsächlich aber war er 1941 freiwillig nach Deutschland gegangen, im Rahmen einer Vereinbarung zwischen Spanien und Hitler-Deutschland, um in einer Kieler Werft zu arbeiten und so dem spanischen Kriegsdienst zu entgehen. In einem KZ war er nie gewesen. Was trieb Marco dazu, dieses Lügengebäude zu erschaffen, an dem er selbst nach seiner Entlarvung festhielt? Zögerlich und doch fasziniert bewegt Javier Cercas einen Stein nach dem anderen und guckt hinter die Fassaden: auch hinter seine eigene und die seines Landes. »Enric Marcos Krankheit ist die unserer Zeit, in der die Wahrheit weniger wert ist als der Schein.« Mario Vargas Llosa

The Resilient Memory Of The Spanish Civil War And Francoism

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This article examines the resilient strategies of those people who were politically or ideologically repressed during Francoism. In total, 57 individuals were interviewed in depth in order to establish the strategies that they adopted to overcome adverse situations. The memories of the interviewees not only bring to light the diversity of resources used to face repression, but they also show how their individual strategies of resilience were linked to a collective resilience framework involving a large segment of the population who are still alive or who have handed on their experiences to their descendants. Past memories are consequently connected in the present with the (re)creation of a common identity and the restoration of dignity to the victims, who were classified as criminals in historical and legal archives and also suffered a process of social stigmatization. However, the aim of this article is not to resurrect the conflict in a society that has been ideologically divided for decades nor to transform history, but to cover the existing gaps in the official history. By doing this, it should be possible to strengthen the social and democratic values in a society that needs to build a future that is free from the ideological confrontations of the past.