A New International History Of The Spanish Civil War / Edition 2

A New International History Of The Spanish Civil War / Edition 2

by Michael Alpert
     
 

Michael Alpert's study of the Spanish Civil War is dedicated to the international aspects of the conflict, and covers the whole era, setting the action in Spain against major events throughout the world of the 1930s. Since the first edition of this book was published, new archival material has become available, and this fully revised edition includes the latest

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Michael Alpert's study of the Spanish Civil War is dedicated to the international aspects of the conflict, and covers the whole era, setting the action in Spain against major events throughout the world of the 1930s. Since the first edition of this book was published, new archival material has become available, and this fully revised edition includes the latest research. This contextual approach to the Spanish Civil War offers new insights into the study of this conflict.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781403911711
Publisher:
Palgrave Macmillan
Publication date:
09/05/2000
Edition description:
Second Edition
Pages:
256
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.57(d)

Table of Contents

Map Preface Prologue PART I Background Hitler and Mussolini: The Rhineland and Abyssinia The Communist Bogey Paris Blum and Spain London Gibraltar: Blum in London Paris Changes its Mind Germany Bernhardt Sees Hitler Operation 'Magic Fire' Rome Paris Non-Intervention Agreed Moscow Lisbon Conclusions PART II Limited Value of the Non-Intervention Agreement Early Meetings of the Non-Intervention Committee The British Labour Party and the TUC Italian Intervention Worries Britain The Russians Arrive At the Non-Intervention Committee The Conder Legion Italy and Germany Recognise Franco Italy Sends Troops to Franco German Economic Agreements with Franco Eden Reacts to Italian Reinforcements The League, Morocco and Mexico The United States The Naval Patrol War in the North The Blockade of Bilbao Guernica The Catholic Church and the Spanish War The Vatican PART III After Guadalajara The Deutschland and the Leipzig Incidents; the End of the Naval Patrol Nyon The Spanish Revolution Crushed Progress at Geneva and in the Withdrawal of Volunteers Teruel The Collapse of Spring 1938 German Economic Penetration The New Negrin Government Seeks Help Everywhere The Czech Crisis At the End Recent Scholarship Aftermath Major Actors References Bibliographical Note Bibliography Index

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