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International Brigade

No pasaran

After the death of Britain’s last Spanish Civil War hero David Lomon, Mason Jones looks at the incredible bravery and sacrifice the men of the
23 Jan, 2013 @ 16:25

What was Guernica?

LISTEN UP: In this new section, Wendy Andersen gives a potted history on Spain’s most famous painting, which was inspired by the bombing of Guernica
8 May, 2012 @ 14:00
capa exiled republicans

Have suitcase will travel

PHOTO EXCLUSIVE: Priceless hoard of Spanish Civil War photos found in a suitcase to go on display in Spain next year. Copyright Magnum Pictures
10 Oct, 2010 @ 09:15
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The great Andalucian Exodus

Left battered, bruised and in economic ruin after the Spanish Civil War, millions of Andalucians sought a better life in northern Europe, write Andrew Pearce
14 Jul, 2010 @ 13:30

Superjudge’s crumbling crusade

Judge Baltasar Garzon proved that international law knew no boundaries with his pursuit of international dictators and terrorists, yet his idealistic principles are now in
26 Apr, 2010 @ 10:45

Obama’s man

Remarkable story behind the photo of this unknown Afro-American, who fought against Franco, in advance of US president’s visit
13 Jan, 2010 @ 19:11
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