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Spain's short-lived Second Republic (1931-1936) - one of interwar Europe's boldest political experiments - ended in the bloodbath of the Spanish Civil War (July 1936-April 1939), which killed several hundred thousand soldiers and civilians, and created psychological scars that would take over half a century to heal. In this engrossing book, two of the ablest young historians of modern Spain examine the ill-fated republic and its tragic aftermath, setting them in their full historic and historiographic context.
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'There is no doubt that this book will quickly become an indispensable standard work for interested readers even beyond the English-speaking world'. Journal of Modern History
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