Fascism In The Spanish Republic

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The Spanish Republic also used subtle propaganda to appeal to foreign audiences. The Republicans continually showcased Spanish children’s artwork to England, France, and America. These pieces of artwork usually presented fascism in a negative light, showing the harmful impact the conflict had on the children. Often, “school colony” teachers who ran schools in Western Spain for displaced children, assigned these drawings (ALBA). The teachers made sure to indoctrinate their students with anti-fascist ideologies with the use of this artwork as propaganda in mind (ALBA). These drawings could be split up into three categories: life before the war, life during the war, and life in the colonies (ALBA). Each category is markedly different, the pre-war
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