An opening chapter reviews the events of the Spanish Civil War from a 21st century perspective.
What does SCW stand for?
SCW stands for Spanish Civil War
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Samples in periodicals archive:
uk THE oldest surviving British volunteer to fight Franco's fascists in the Spanish Civil War has died, aged 104.
Bill and Edward were among many so-called "working-class intellectuals" who volunteered when the Spanish Civil War broke out in 1936.
Misterios de Lisboa" is divided into three parts and explores the loves and jealousies of a host of characters all connected to a young orphan won the best actress prize for her part in "Pa negre", a drama by Catalan director Agusti Villaronga set during the Spanish civil war of 1936-39.
Byline: JIM CLARKE AN IRISH POET WHO DIED fighting in the Spanish Civil War is set to receive a memorial in Madrid.
He never returned to his birthplace and died in 1950 after a life that saw him live rough in London and Paris, fight in the Spanish civil war and serve as a war-time broadcaster for the BBC.
We Saw Spain Die: Foreign Car-respondents in the Spanish Civil War.
While their opponents in the Spanish civil war were guilty of similar crimes (and let us not forget the 6,832 priests, nuns and monks they murdered), justice for their attrocities had already been meted by General Franco himself during a 36-year dictatorship.