Revolution and the Civil War in Spain by Pierre Broue

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StatementP. Broue and E. Temime.
ContributionsTemime, Emile.
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Bibliographic information. Book Title Author(s) Total References; The Grand Camouflage: The Communist Conspiracy in the Spanish Civil War: Bolloten, Burnett: Revolution and Civil War in Spain: Broue, Pierre; Temime, Emile: Spain and the Great Powers, to Puzzo, Dante Anthony: The Tragedy of Spain: Rocker, Rudolf: Spanish Cockpit: An Eyewitness.

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A contemporary anarchist from Spain told me that almost everything he learned about the revolution came from foreign by: Inyoung Oliver, Calypso, Polly and Walter visit friends and family in Cornwall. Spanish Civil War is over and WW2 has begun, so they enjoy their love life while they can.

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