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Republic and Empire : visions of the nation during the Spanish Civil War

Show simple item record Vidal-Cerra, Ignacio J. en_US 2007-02-28T20:28:06Z 2002 en_US
dc.description.abstract "Current tensions concerning the understanding of the Spanish nation are very much present in Spanish politics and society today. This has its roots in the civil war of 1936, which lasted until 1939, when a group of military leaders rose against the Spanish Republic that had been established in 1931. Historians of Europe have declared it the "prelude to World War II." Historians of Spain have deemed it "the war of two Spains." In this study I intend to go beyond the "two Spains" interpretation and to explore, from the perspectives of different theories of nationalism, the ways in which Spaniards of both sides of the struggle of the civil war saw, remembered, and imagined their nation"--Introduction. en_US
dc.description.sponsorship Haverford College. Dept. of History en_US
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dc.subject.lcsh Spain -- History -- Civil War, 1936-1939 -- Public opinion
dc.subject.lcsh Spain -- Politics and government
dc.subject.lcsh Public opinion -- Spain
dc.title Republic and Empire : visions of the nation during the Spanish Civil War en_US
dc.type Thesis (B.A.) en_US
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