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The Abraham Lincoln Brigade by Don Lawson
Call Number: 946.081 Law
Publication Date: 1989
Discusses the causes and events of the Spanish Civil War, focusing on the American volunteers of the Abraham Lincoln Battalion, the key battles in which they were involved, and their reasons for joining in this early fight against fascism.
The Republic and the Civil War in Spain by Raymond Carr
Call Number: 946.081 Car
Publication Date: 1971
The Spanish Civil War by Stanley G. Payne
Call Number: 946.081 Pay
Publication Date: 2012
"A new history of the most important conflict in European affairs during the 1930s, the Spanish Civil War. It describes the complex origins of the conflict, the collapse of the Spanish Republic and the outbreak of the only mass worker revolution in the history of Western Europe."
1936-1939. Posters sponsored by Republican and anti-Republican groups, trade unions, Catalonian nationalists, and international factions, on themes relating to the causes, conduct, and consequences of the civil war. For potential copyright related reasons, only the thumbnail sized images may display offsite; larger copies are viewable from the research center computers in The Library of Congress.
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