Medicine and Conflict: The Spanish Civil War and its Traumatic Legacy

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Routledge, 6 ago. 2018 - 240 páginas

This book focuses on an important but neglected aspect of the Spanish Civil War, the evolution of medical and surgical care of the wounded during the conflict. Importantly, the focus is from a mainly Spanish perspective – as the Spanish are given a voice in their own story, which has not always been the case. Central to the book is General Franco’s treatment of Muslim combatants, the anarchist contribution to health, and the medicalisation of propaganda – themes that come together in a medico-cultural study of the Spanish Civil War. Suffusing the narrative and the analysis is the traumatic legacy of conflict, an untreated wound that a new generation of Spaniards are struggling to heal.

 

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Prologue
Organisation
Military conflict and medical care of Moroccan
Blood propaganda
Introduction
The unequal trauma of defeat
The Catalan Campaign
The persecution
Across the Pyrenees
The Prison for Nursing Mothers
Conclusion
Bibliography
Index
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Sebastian Browne is Associate Lecturer at Canterbury Christ Church, Kent and holds a PhD from the University of Kent.

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