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  1. Principal areas of Maquis activity within Spain (orange), 1939–1965. The Maquis ( [ˈma.ki (s)]; Basque: Maki; also spelled maqui) [2] [3] were Spanish guerrillas who waged an irregular warfare against the Francoist dictatorship within Spain following the Republican defeat in the Spanish Civil War until the early 1960s, carrying ...

    • 1 April 1939 – 10 March 1965
    • Spain, Pyrenees
    • Francoist victory, Decline and eventual extinction of Maquis activity
  2. Maquis (guerrilla antifranquista) Grafiti en un muro de Sallent de Llobregat, rememorando a los maquis españoles. El maquis 1 fue el conjunto de movimientos guerrilleros opositores al régimen franquista establecido en España tras la Guerra Civil, y que comenzó a operar ya durante la contienda.

  3. Guerrilha antifranquista. Graffiti em um muro de Sallent de Llobregat, relembrando os maquis espanhois. Os maquis, [ 1] também conhecidos como La guerrilla, Resistencia española ou GE ( Guerrilleros Españoles) foi um movimento de diversos grupos de guerrilheiros antifascista na Espanha, que começou durante a Guerra Civil. [ 2]

  4. The Sabaté brothers Quico and Pepe (Francesc Sabaté i Llopart, and Josep Sabaté i Llopart) were among the famed Catalan Spanish maquis and urban guerrilla of the Francoist post-Civil War period. They participated in an anarchist guerrilla vigilante group of expropriators before the war.

  5. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › MaquisMaquis - Wikipedia

    Spanish Maquis, guerrillas who fought against Francoist Spain in the aftermath of the Spanish Civil War; The network of rural bases operated by the Communist Party of Kampuchea prior to the Cambodian Civil War; Other uses. Maquis , fictional resistance movement in the Star Trek universe

  6. Maquis puede referirse a: El maquis, conjunto de movimientos guerrilleros antifranquistas españoles. El maquis, grupos de guerrilleros que formaban parte de la denominada resistencia francesa. Además, puede hacer referencia a: La maquis (o maquia), ecosistema mediterráneo formado principalmente por arbustos y matorral.

  7. The Maquis ( French pronunciation: [maˈki]) were rural guerrilla bands of French and Belgian Resistance fighters, called maquisards, during the Nazi occupation of France in World War II.

  8. Media in category "Spanish maquis" The following 9 files are in this category, out of 9 total.

  9. View source. The Spanish Maquis were Spanish guerrillas exiled in France after the Spanish Civil War who continued to fight against the Franco regime until the early 1960s, carrying out sabotage, robberies (to help fund guerrilla activity), occupations of the Spanish Embassy in France and assassinations of Francoists, as well as contributing to ...

  10. 4 de jan. de 2019 · Category. : Maquis. From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. English: Maquis in World War II, predominantly rural guerrilla bands of the French Resistance. for guerrillas who resisted the Francisco Franco regime in the aftermath of the Spanish Civil War see Category:Spanish maquis.

  11. Maquis, também aportuguesado para maqui, é uma formação vegetal da região do Mediterrâneo que em geral se estabelece em solos siliciosos. O maquis é uma vegetação abundante da Córsega. Espécies vegetais típicas. Entre as plantas típicas do maquis temos: Alecrim (Rosmarinus officinalis) Calicotome spinosa