The Spanish Republic and the Civil War, 1931-1939
At the time of its occurrence, the Spanish Civil War epitomized for the Western world the confrontation of democracy, fascism, and communism. An entire generation of Englishmen and Americans felt a deeper emotional involvement in that war than in any other world event of their lifetimes, including the Second World War. On the Continent, its "lessons," as interpreted by par...more
Paperback, 578 pages
Published 1972 by Princeton University Press, Princeton
(first published 1965)
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Aug 20, 2011 Alejandro Teruel rated it 5 of 5 stars · review of another edition
Una fascinante versión de la trágica Guerra Civil española por un reconocido historiador e hispanista, Gabriel Jackson (1921). Ameno de leer, recomendado a cualquiera que le interese los peligros a que está expuesta cualquier democracia en épocas de turbulencia social.