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IN PICS: The extraordinary legacy of Robert Capa’s iconic shot of bomb-damaged building in Spain’s Madrid
A photograph snapped by famous war photographer Robert Capa of a bombed out building in Madrid’s southern district of Vallecas during the Spanish Civil...
FAMILIES of the victims buried at the Valley of the Fallen will soon receive information on their loved ones thanks to a new collaboration...
Dimitris Kouimtsidis explores the fleeting life of Spain’s most famous poet, snuffed out for being gay, socialist and ‘undesirable’
UN apologies after attributing Guernica bombing to Spain’s republican forces who were in fact victims of the massacre
UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric said the error was a ‘horrendous mistake.’
It is thought that executions carried out by Republicans between July 19 and August 8 took place at the burial site during the war.
Spain’s Government SEIZES former dictator General Franco’s €5 million summer palace over its ‘fraudulent’ sale
It comes as Pedro Sanchez’s PSOE administration has pushed on with a plan to exhume the remains of the Fascist dictator
DIVIDED: Experts and locals on digging up dictator Franco from the Valley of the Fallen in special Olive Press...
Spain is a country still divided between those nostalgic for the Franco days and those who abhorred El Generalisimo
The unpublished documents confirm thousands of prisoners of war were held at the camp in Torremolinos during the Franco era in the 1930s
La Batalla de Teruel: Guerra total en Espana, takes readers through the battle that claimed the lives of over 140,000 people
Experts arrived on Monday at the Valley of the Fallen which holds the remains of over 30,000 people from both sides of the civil war
Copies of book were smuggled across French border during Franco dictatorship
Opposition parties on the left and centre backed a motion 198 votes to one to remove the fascist dictator out of state-funded mausoleum Valle de los Caidos
Catalan leaders are being accused of undermining attempts to repatriate priceless Romanesque frescoes
The controversial Monumento a los Caidos in Pamplona could become a ‘historical memory centre’ now that the bones of nine military leaders have been removed.
Seaman Stan Hilton jumped ship in Alicante to fight for British Battalion
Team hopes to uncover answers to one of Spain's greatest mysteries
Remembering the largely American volunteers who risked everything to fight fascism
Labour foreign secretary defies Jeremy Corbyn to vote for military action
La Carolina Town Hall, in Jaen is to make Ana Lopez Gallego an honorary mayor
New Labour leader has long-standing ties with Spanish Republican cause.
New documents written in 1965 but only revealed today, are the first official documents to record Lorca's killing
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