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    Both conflicts show that civil war was not the limit of the atrocities people were willing to commit in order to stop the influence of opposing ideologies. In both the Cold War and the Spanish Civil War the most significant air operations were carried in order to stop the spread of Communism. One of the factors that prompted the U.S. into dropping the atomic bombs in Nagasaki and Hiroshima was to stop the war in Japan as soon as possible. Many of Truman’s advisers, such as James F. Byrnes supported

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    Spanish Civil War: Overview and Detailed Study Part 1: During the 1930s, Spain was undergoing a lot of social, political, and economic turmoil that eventually launched it into civil war. While Spain was once one of the strongest powers in Europe, its strength had been declining in the decades before the war, as its people and government became more and more divided. In 1923, Spain underwent a military coup and General Primo de Rivera overtook the government. This was one of the major causes of the

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    Spanish Civil War (1936–39), military revolt against the Republican government of Spain, supported by conservative elements within the country. When an initial military coup failed to win control of the entire country, a bloody civil war ensued, fought with great ferocity on both sides. The Nationalists, as the rebels were called, received aid from fascist Italy and Nazi Germany. The Republicans received aid from the Soviet Union, as well as from International Brigades, composed of volunteers from

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    the subject of the Spanish Civil War, lasting from 1936 to 1939. For those who are unsure as to what qualifies as a civil war, dictionary.com defines it as, “a war between parties, factions, or inhabitants of different regions within the same nation”. In the case of the Spanish Civil War, the fight was between the Spanish republican government and the Nationalist military. Representative of the impeding power struggle between extremists in support of fascism and communism, the war began on July 18th

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    In 1936, the Spanish Civil War started on a hot summer day in July in the Spanish held Morocco. There was a group of generals that started a coup d'etat against the republic to start a more nationalist country. One of these generals, Francisco Franco, called for all army officers to join and destroy the leftist government of Manuel Azana, the Second Spanish Republic. They succeeded in taking over with the help of the Republicans in Madrid and other major Spanish cities. The new inventions of carpet

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    describe the Republican and Nationalist forces as being evenly balanced at the outbreak of Civil War in 1936? The outbreak of Civil War, in July 1936, was due to the murder of Sotelo by a PSOE supporter on the 13th of July. Sotelo was murdered in retribution of the armed action taken against the Asturias rising in which 3,000 miners were killed and another 35,000 were taken prisoner. At the outbreak of war both the Republicans and the Nationalists were fairly evenly balanced, however taking into

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    What were the key effects of the Spanish Civil War? Spanish Civil War was war which lasted from 1936 to 1939. For the Spanish it was “total” war, because whole available arms, weapons, economy and other sectors of country were included in this war. But the Spanish Civil War was “limited” war for foreign powers, since they hadn’t been directly included into the conflict. In this war the new technology was very significant, especially dominance of the airpower. Control of the sea was very important

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    The Outbreak of the Spanish Civil War To this day the Spanish Civil War is still remembered as the single most pivotal moment in the history of Spanish politics. The only way of understanding how 600,000 Spaniards were killed between 1936 and 1939 is to ask ourselves why the civil war broke out in Spain in 1936. There were a number of reasons which led to the civil war in Spain. The main and most significant being the increased political polarization between

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    The twentieth century saw more proxy wars than any time in human history; great powers would flex their martial muscles in smaller theatres of conflict in order to test their own strengths and weaknesses without risking their international reputation as an aggressive nation. The Spanish Civil War served as a significant proxy for the totalitarian European powers in the interwar period; Fascist Italy and Nazi Germany would support the right-wing nationalists while the Soviet Union and various International

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    complete breakdown of their rule to the nationalist and even if they did not really trust the Basques and Catalans they knew they needed their support in the war. The support from the Catalans and Basques was not much but they constantly provided some support. In the book Letters from the Spanish Civil War a young solider write about his time in the war and how Catalonia was helping the republic. “As you know, things are going well for democratic Spain, and especially important is the step taken by Catalonia

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