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The Victorious Counterrevolution

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This groundbreaking history of the Spanish Civil War (1936-39) examines, for the first time in any language, how General Francisco Franco and his Nationalist forces managed state finance and economic production, and mobilized support from elites and
ebook, 1st Edition, 352 pages
Published 2011 by The University of Wisconsin Press
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With the historiography of the Spanish Civil War largely focusing on the Republicans, Seidman's work is interesting in its focus on the Nationalists. Even with its faults, Seidman's focus on the Nationalist war effort sheds light on an understudied topic and is well worth the read.
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