The Anarchists in the Spanish Civil War, Volumen 1

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Janus Publishing Company Lim, 1999 - 1468 páginas
Re-examines the role of the anarchists in the Spanish Civil War, from their participation in the military to the management of substantial segments of the Spanish economy.
 

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Conclusion and Appendices 1083
36
Spanish Anarchist Sketches of Libertarian Society
42
The Spanish Libertarian Movement
68
The Advent of the Civil War
104
Bibliography 1175
129
The Overall Role of the Anarchists in the Spanish
143
Anarchists in the Army in Aragon and Catalonia
158
Who Saved Madrid?
191
Rural Collectives in Aragon
354
Rural Collectives in the Levante Region
389
Rural Collectives in Castille Andalusia and Extremadura
429
Overall View of Urban Collectives
459
The Catalan Consejo de Economia and Collectivization
492
Index 1317
498
The Case of the War Industries
528
The Collectivization of Transport and Public Utilities
564

The Anarchists Military Role on Fronts Other Than
223
The Militarization of the Militia
249
The Political Struggle in the Popular Army
279
Overall View of Anarchist Rural Collectives
299
Agrarian Collectives in Catalonia
334
The Collectivization of the Textile Industry
599
Miscellaneous Urban Collectives
627
Anarchist Educational Health and Welfare Efforts
661
The CNT Economic Plenum
681
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Sobre el autor (1999)

Robert Alexander is an author who attended Lenigrad State University and later worked for the U.S. Government traveling extensively. For over 20 years he was a partner in a very successful St. Petersburg company that operated a warehouse and customs clearance center and dental clinic. He was motivated to write his first book when he was followed by the KGB. Since then he has written over 24 books, including children's fiction, mysteries, and historical novels. He has also written for television and auhtored popular mystery games. His first historical novel of revolutionary Russia, The Kitchen Boy, was a New York Times bestseller, and is being produced for film.

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