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SECTARIANISM IN THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR – 2.

Revolutionary illusions and delusions. Despite the fact that many participants in the Spanish Civil War were convinced  they were engaged in an anti-capitalist revolution, the reality as it unfolded in the 1930’s, demonstrated something different. Events proved in 1930’s Spain … Continue reading

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SECTARIANISM IN THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR – 1.

In any serious struggles, particularly in the case of wars, the victors invariably have the means to ensure that their version of what took place is the one that dominates the historical record – at least for a considerable time. … Continue reading

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