The Spanish Civil War:
An Ignored Revolution
The Spanish Civil War is often ignored by many nations, for the simple reason of them supporting those who would eventually declare war on them. In the early 1930ís, a miniscule republic emerged in the country of Spain. At this time most of Europe was already a republic, but this was Spainís first attempt at this. Spain had always been a monarchy since before medieval times. It
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great but the cost to the Spanish people was gargantuan.
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