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  1. Há 1 dia · End of the Second Spanish Republic; Establishment of the Spanish State under the rule of Francisco Franco; Post-war Francoist mass killings and repression; Spanish Maquis continues irregular warfare sporadically until 1965

    • 17 July 1936 – 1 April 1939, (2 years, 8 months, 2 weeks and 1 day)
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  2. Há 2 dias · With over 470 million native speakers today, Spanish is the second most spoken native language in the world, as result of the introduction of the language of Castile—Castilian, "Castellano" —from Iberia to Spanish America, later expanded by the governments of successor independent republics.

  3. 13 de fev. de 2024 · The International Brigades ( Spanish: Brigadas Internacionales) were military units set up by the Communist International to assist the Popular Front government of the Second Spanish Republic during the Spanish Civil War. The organization existed for two years, from 1936 until 1938.

    • 18 September 1936 – 23 September 1938
    • Albacete
  4. Há 5 dias · How did the Spanish Civil War end? Spanish Civil War, (1936–39), military revolt against the Republican government of Spain, supported by conservative elements within the country. When an initial military coup failed to win control of the entire country, a bloody civil war ensued, fought with great ferocity on both sides.

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  5. Há 4 dias · The roots of the Second Republic, la niña bonita, on the other hand are seen as entirely Spanish. The Republic was 'the culmination of a process of mass mobilisation and opposition to the old politics of notables' which had been 'halted but not crushed in 1917' (p. 69).

  6. Há 3 dias · Preston’s vision of Franco is clearly hostile, and this hostility extends to his analysis of the political right, particularly during the torturous life of the Spanish Second Republic (1931–39). Payne’s and Palacios’ vision is exactly the opposite.