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La Guerra Civil Espa Ola La Espa A Nacional Y La Republicana Una Comparaci N Cr Tica

Author : Karoline Gruber
ISBN : 9783640361304
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Seminar paper del ano 2008 en eltema Romanistica - Espanol, literatura, cultura general, Nota: 1,3, Freie Universitat Berlin, Idioma: Espanol, Resumen: En el periodo entre 1874 y 1939, Espana se encontraba en un proceso de modernizacion. Sin embargo, el desarrollo socioeconomico no se extendio a todas partes del pais, sino que habia grandes diferencias regionales entre las zonas agrarias e industriales. Estas oposiciones aumentaron de tal manera que, a principios del siglo XX, surgio el termino de las dos Espanas. [...] El trabajo presente expondra ciertas diferencias y similtudes entre las dos zonas, la republicana y la nacional, en que se dividio el territorio espanol despues del levantamiento militar. Primero, seran presentados el levantamiento militar y sus consecuencias respecto a la division inicial del territorio. Luego, sera descrita la situacion industrial, economica y militar al principio de la guerra. Ademas, el trabajo entrara en la organizacion, la represion y la intervencion internacional en los dos campos. Despues, sera presentada la evolucion politica de las dos zonas."

Barcelona And Modernity

Author : William H. Robinson
ISBN : 9780300121063
Genre : Art
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During the years after the September Revolution of 1868, Barcelona experienced huge industrial growth and emerged as the most politically and culturally progressive city in Spain. This book examines this period, when Barcelona also reigned as one of the most dynamic centres of modernist art and architecture in Europe.
Category: Art

Vanguardia Y Humorismo Gr Fico En Crisis

Author : Jorge L. Catalá-Carrasco
ISBN : 9781855663022
Genre : Foreign Language Study
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The book studies the relation between the avant-garde and graphic humour in two critical historical periods: the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939) and the early years of the Cuban Revolution (1959-1961). It focuses on the so-called war magazines in Spain on the Republican side (No Veas, Trincheras, and LEsquella de la Torratxa,among others) and the Francoist side (Vértice and La Ametralladora). In the part devoted to Cuba, the analysis covers the newspaper Revolución and the avant-garde humour magazine El Pitirre, which ran simultaneously to the cultural supplement Lunes de Revolución and shared the same fate when Lunes and El Pitirre were closed down in 1961. The book unveils the trajectory of the avant-garde graphic humour in both periods, when the political commitment progressively overshadowed the development of the aesthetic avant-garde. The special socio-political conjuncture posed ideological and aesthetic-conceptual challenges to graphic artists, establishing contact areas and influences between Spain and Cuba.
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The Victorious Counterrevolution

Author : Michael Seidman
ISBN : 9780299249632
Genre : History
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This groundbreaking history of the Spanish Civil War (1936–39) examines, for the first time in any language, how General Francisco Franco and his Nationalist forces managed state finance and economic production, and mobilized support from elites and middle-class Spaniards, to achieve their eventual victory over Spanish Republicans and the revolutionary left. The Spanish Nationalists are exceptional among counter-revolutionary movements of the twentieth century, Michael Seidman demonstrates, because they avoided the inflation and shortages of food and military supplies that stymied not only their Republican adversaries but also their counter-revolutionary counterparts—the Russian Whites and Chinese Nationalists. He documents how Franco’s highly repressive and tightly controlled regime produced food for troops and civilians; regular pay for soldiers, farmers, and factory workers; and protection of property rights for both large and small landowners. These factors, combined with the Nationalists’ pro-Catholic and anti-Jewish propaganda, reinforced solidarity in the Nationalist zone. Seidman concludes that, unlike the victorious Spanish Nationalists, the Russian and Chinese bourgeoisie were weakened by the economic and social upheaval of the two world wars and succumbed in each case to the surging revolutionary left.
Category: History


Author : Lisa Margaret Lines
ISBN : 9780739164921
Genre : History
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Milicianas provides a comprehensive picture of what life was like for the women who fought alongside their male comrades during the first year of the Spanish Civil War, focusing on how the women themselves viewed this experience.
Category: History

Humorismo Grafico Y Militancia Durante La Guerra Civil Espa Ola

Author : Antonio Bentivegna
ISBN : OCLC:1050365634
Genre : Graphic arts
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This dissertation explores the graphic humor published during the Spanish Civil War in the two most important and ideologically different magazines of this period: the National La Ametralladora and the Republican L'Esquella de la Torratxa. I analyze graphic humor as a communication tool considering its impact in political, social and psychological relations. I perform comparative and textual analysis in order to discern how it replicates, changes, or perpetuates the representation of values in Spain during this period of significant political, economical and cultural transformation that anticipates the era of the Franco dictatorship (1939-1975). I argue that in wartime the satiric press plays a fundamental role. In particular, there is a crucial nexus between humor and propaganda during a war. I demonstrate that during the Spanish Civil War humor becomes an instrument of propaganda systematically used with the aim of discrediting the enemy s ideological principles and eventually weakening the antagonist. I argue that during the Civil War, the satiric press becomes a strategic weapon used by two different, opposing parties, Republicans and Nationalist, in order to pursue a ruthless and effective propagandist campaign. By contextualizing the satiric press as part of war propaganda, I point out the relation between humor as a product of a particular historical moment, and humor as a universal aesthetic and literary resource. The satiric press is obviously the product of a historical contingency, but it is also an artistic and literary tool whose influence cannot be separated from its social and political framework. Therefore, I explore the way in which the satiric press is a result of important sociopolitical changes, while at the same time promoting original ideas in a very difficult moment of coexistence between opposing ideologies.
Category: Graphic arts

Memories Of Resistance

Author : Shirley Mangini
ISBN : 0300058160
Genre : History
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She discusses the factors that provoked the war and how they affected Spanish women - both the "visible" women who during the turbulent 1920s and 1930s tried to become part of mainstream politics and the "invisible" women who came to the fore during the revolutionary years of the Second Spanish Republic from 1931 to 1936 and became activists in the protest against the military insurrection of 1936.
Category: History

The Contemporary Spanish Novel

Author : Samuel Amell
ISBN : 0313247846
Genre : Literary Criticism
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Cites and annotates several hundred books and articles pubished on the contemporary Spanish novel.
Category: Literary Criticism