Blaney, Gerald (2007) A guide through the Spanish labyrinth. The Volunteer, XXIV (1). pp. 16-20.
The Spanish Civil War, despite its occurrence in what was (and some- times still is) considered a peripheral country, aroused passions and ideals like virtually no other confict of the 20th century. Almost inevitably, this has led to a vast historical literature that, as the author notes, rivals that of the more “important” events of the past century
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