The Spanish Holocaust: Inquisition and Extermination in Twentieth-Century Spain

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W. W. Norton & Company, 16 abr. 2012 - 720 páginas
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Long neglected by European historians, the unspeakable atrocities of Franco’s Spain are finally brought to tragic light in this definitive work.

Evoking such classics as Anne Applebaum’s Gulag and Robert Conquest’s The Great Terror, The Spanish Holocaust sheds light on one of the darkest and most unexamined eras of modern European history. As Spain finally reclaims its historical memory, a full picture can now be drawn of the atrocities of Franco’s Spain—from torture and judicial murders to the abuse of women and children. Paul Preston provides an unforgettable account of the systematic terror carried out by Spain’s fascist government.
 

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The term 'holocaust' is one contentious, reserved solely now for the gravest of atrocities (with hyperbole notwithstanding). Although on a slightly smaller scale, Preston makes the assertion that the ... Leer reseña completa

THE SPANISH HOLOCAUST: Inquisition and Extermination in Twentieth-Century Spain

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Chilling history of the class-fueled institutionalized violence perpetrated mostly by the reactionary Francoists during the Spanish Civil War.Scholar Preston (London School of Economics; We Saw Spain ... Leer reseña completa

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THE ORIGINS OF HATRED AND VIOLENCE
Theorists
The Right Goeson
The Coming of War 19341936
INSTITUTIONALIZED VIOLENCE
The Purgingof the South
Repression behind the Republican Lines
Revolutionary
The Column of Deaths March on Madrid
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Defending the Republic from the EnemyWithin 12 Francos SlowWarof Annihilation
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Paul Preston, author of The Spanish Civil War, Franco and Juan Carlos, and The Spanish Holocaust, is the world's foremost historian on twentieth-century Spain. A professor at the London School of Economics, he lives in London.

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