The Anarchists in the Spanish Civil War, Volume 2

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Janus Publishing Company Lim, Jan 1, 1999 - History - 1468 pages
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A comprehensive view of the anarchists' role in Spain from 1936 to 1939, both during the conflict and in their unique social and economic experiments behind the lines. The author examines the part anarchists played in the defence of Madrid, as well as life in the rural and urban collectives.
  

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Contents

An Overall View of the Anarchists Role in the Politics of Republican Spain
707
The Anarchists in the Catalan Government JulyDecember 1936
739
The Anarchists in the Catalan Government December 1936May 1937
779
The Rise and Fall of the Consejo de Aragon
802
Anarchist Participation in Other Regional and Local Governments
831
Anarchist Participation in the Largo Caballero Government
859
The May Days in Barcelona
901
The Elimination of the Anarchists from the Republican and Catalan Governments
945
The Anarchists and the National Defense Council
1055
Conclusion
1085
Why Didnt the Anarchists Come Back After
1091
Anarchist Violence and Terrorism During
1098
Spanish anarchists and the International Movement
1134
Some Outstanding Spanish Anarchists During
1163
Bibliography
1175
Notes
1197

The Anarchists on the Defensive I
972
The Anarchists on the Defensive II
998
Dissension Within the Libertarian Ranks
1030
vii
1240
Index
1317
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