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The battle for Spain : the Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939 / Antony Beevor.

Publication | Not Digitized | Library Call Number: DP269 .B374 2006

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    Spanish Civil War.
    Format
    Book
    Author/Creator
    Beevor, Antony, 1946-
    Published
    New York : Penguin Books, 2006
    Locale
    Spain
    Contents
    pt. 1. Old Spain and the Second Republic. The most Catholic majesties ; Royal exit ; The Second Republic ; The Popular Front ; The fatal paradox.
    pt. 2. The war of two Spains. The rising of the generals ; The struggle for control ; The red terror ; The white terror ; The Nationalist zone ; The Republican zone ; The Army of Africa and the People's Militias.
    pt. 3. The Civil War becomes international. Arms and the diplomats ; Sovereign states ; The Soviet Union and the Spanish Republic ; The international brigades and the Soviet advisers ; The battle for Madrid.
    pt. 4. World war by proxy. The metamorphosis of the war ; The battles of Jarama and Guadalajara ; The war in the north ; The propaganda war and the intellectuals.
    pt. 5. Internal tensions. The struggle for power ; The Civil War within the Civil War ; The Battle of Brunete ; The beleaguered Republic ; The war in Aragón ; The destruction of the Northern Front and of Republican idealism.
    pt. 6. The route to disaster. The Battle of Teruel and Franco's 'victorious sword' ; Hopes of peace destroyed ; Arriba España ; The Battle of the Ebro ; The Republic in the European crisis ; The fall of Catalonia ; The collapse of the Republic.
    pt. 7. Vae victis! The new Spain and Franquist gulag ; The exiles and the Second World War ; The unfinished war ; Lost causes.
    Other Authors/Editors
    Beevor, Antony, 1946-
    Notes
    Rev. ed. of The Spanish Civil War, published in 1982, Orbis Pub.
    Includes bibliographical references (p. [433]-449) and index.
    pt. 1. Old Spain and the Second Republic. The most Catholic majesties ; Royal exit ; The Second Republic ; The Popular Front ; The fatal paradox. -- pt. 2. The war of two Spains. The rising of the generals ; The struggle for control ; The red terror ; The white terror ; The Nationalist zone ; The Republican zone ; The Army of Africa and the People's Militias. -- pt. 3. The Civil War becomes international. Arms and the diplomats ; Sovereign states ; The Soviet Union and the Spanish Republic ; The international brigades and the Soviet advisers ; The battle for Madrid. -- pt. 4. World war by proxy. The metamorphosis of the war ; The battles of Jarama and Guadalajara ; The war in the north ; The propaganda war and the intellectuals. -- pt. 5. Internal tensions. The struggle for power ; The Civil War within the Civil War ; The Battle of Brunete ; The beleaguered Republic ; The war in Aragón ; The destruction of the Northern Front and of Republican idealism. -- pt. 6. The route to disaster. The Battle of Teruel and Franco's 'victorious sword' ; Hopes of peace destroyed ; Arriba España ; The Battle of the Ebro ; The Republic in the European crisis ; The fall of Catalonia ; The collapse of the Republic. -- pt. 7. Vae victis! The new Spain and Franquist gulag ; The exiles and the Second World War ; The unfinished war ; Lost causes.

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    Language
    English
    ISBN
    014303765X
    9780143037651
    Physical Description
    xxxii, 526 p. : ill., maps, [24] p. of plates ; 22 cm.

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