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  1. The Maquis ([ˈmaki(s)] ; Basque: Maki ; also spelled maqui) 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 out sabotage, robberies (to help fund guerrilla

  2. Wikipedia Español interpretaciones La Agrupación de Guerrilleros Españoles , (también Agrupación Guerrillera Española o Guerrilleros Españoles ) (AGE) es la denominación que recibieron los voluntarios españoles en Francia que participaron integrados en la Resistencia contra el ocupante nazi durante la Segunda Guerra Mundial .

  3. 2 de abr. de 2008 · to share – to copy, distribute and transmit the work. to remix – to adapt the work. Under the following conditions: attribution – You must give appropriate credit, provide a link to the license, and indicate if changes were made. You may do so in any reasonable manner, but not in any way that suggests the licensor endorses you or your use.

  4. Florencio Pla Meseguer (1917 - 2004) shepherd, maquis, political prisoner. Teresa Pla Meseguer was born on a small farm in Castellón , Spain. Her parents, upon seeing her genital malformation, raised her as a girl, so that she would not have to do military service.

  5. Spanish Maquis. The Spanish Maquis were Spanish guerrilla s 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), Spanish Embassy occupations in France, and assassinations of Francoists

  6. 31 de ago. de 2023 · Spanish [edit] Etymology [edit] Borrowed from French maquis. Noun [edit] maquis m or f by sense (plural maquis) maquis (Resistance during the Second World War) maquis (member of the Resistance during the Second World War) Further reading [edit] “maquis”, in Diccionario de la lengua española, Vigésima tercera edición, Real Academia ...

  7. There are a couple of odd bits in the en.wikipedia article on The Spanish Maquis. a) All of a sudden in section “The end of the maquis” the word “fascist” referring to the Francoist government is in quotes as if the writer does not consider it to be fascist.