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The Spanish Civil War Revolution and Counterrevolution

Burnett. Bolloten Paul Avrich Collection (Library of Congress) Content Provider

Chapel Hill : The University of North Carolina Press 1991

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  • Title:
    The Spanish Civil War Revolution and Counterrevolution
  • Author: Burnett. Bolloten
  • Paul Avrich Collection (Library of Congress) Content Provider
  • Subjects: Communism - Spain - History; Communism -- Spain -- History; Negrin, Juan; Negri ́n, Juan; Partido Comunista de Espa~na - History; Partido Comunista de Espan~a -- History; Spain - History - Civil War, 1936-1939; Spain -- History -- Civil War, 1936-1939; Spain - Politics and government - 1931-1939; Spain -- Politics and government -- 1931-1939; Communism -- History -- Spain; Spain & Portugal; Regions & Countries - Europe; History & Archaeology; Electronic books
  • Contents: Cover Page; THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR; Copyright Page; Dedication; Contents; Maps; Foreword; Preface; Author's Note; Epigraph; Part I Civil War, Revolution, and the Collapse of the 1931-1936 Republic; 1 The Brewing Upheaval; 2 Divisions and Deadlock on the Left; 3 Military Rebellion and Civil War; 4 The Revolution and the Rise of the Third Republic; 5 The Revolution Hits the Small Bourgeoisie; 6 The Revolution in the Countryside. Libertarian Communism in Theory and Practice.; Part II The Rise Of the Communists; 7 Hope for the Middle Classes; 8 The Popular Front; 9 Foreign Intervention
    10 Camouflaging the Revolution11 Largo Caballero Forms a New Government; 12 The Communists Strive for Hegemony; 13 Dr. Juan Negrín and Julio Alvarez del Vayo; 14 Spanish Gold Shipped to Moscow; 15 Soviet Influence, Political Dissimulation, and the Plight of President Azaña; 16 Spain in the Web of the East-West Diplomatic Conflict; 17 Wooing Britain and France; Part III Curbing the Revolution; 18 Anarchist Philosophy and Government; 19 The Anarchosyndicalists Enter the Government; 20 Against the Revolutionary Committees; 21 The Security Forces; 22 Nationalization versus Socialization
    23 A Democratic and Parliamentary Republic of a New Type24 Balancing the Class Forces; Part IV From the Revolutionary Militia to a Regular Army; 25 The Revolutionary Militia; 26 Discipline and the Anarchosyndicalist Militia; 27 The Fifth Regiment; 28 The Popular Army; 29 General José Asensio. Largo Caballero Defies the Communists. The Government Leaves Madrid.; 30 The Defense of Madrid, the Junta de Defensa, and the International Brigades. Miaja, Rojo, and Kléber.; 31 Soviet Officers, Journalists, and Diplomats; 32 The Libertarian Movement and the Regular Army; 33 The Iron Column
    34 Largo Caballero Breaks with Moscow35 Pressure on Largo Caballero Mounts; 36 Largo Caballero Hits Back; Part V The Communist Triumph; 37 The PCE Cultivates the Moderate Socialists; 38 Catalonia: The Military Insurrection and Social Revolution; 39 The Rise of the PSUC. Dissolution of the Militia Committee.; 40 The POUM and the Trotskyists; 41 Moving toward Open Warfare in Catalonia; 42 The May Events, Part I; 43 The May Events, Part 2; 44 The Overthrow of Largo Caballero; 45 The Rise of Juan Negrín; Part VI The Reflux of the Revolution
    46 The Negrín Government and the Reaction of the Libertarian Movement47 The PSUC Supersedes the CNT and FAI as the Dominant Force in Catalonia; 48 Communist Repression of the Anarchists and the POUM; 49 Highlights of the POUM Trial; 50 The Destruction of the Agricultural Collectives and the Council of Aragon; Part VII The Eclipse of Largo Caballero and Indalecio Prieto; 51 Indalecio Prieto Challenges the PCE; 52 The PCE Courts the CNT; 53 The Political Demise of Largo Caballero. The UGT and CNT Sign a Pact of Unity.; 54 The Removal of Indalecio Prieto from the Defense Ministry
    Part VIII Communist Influence Crests
    Spanish Civil War: Revolution and Counterrevolution
  • Publisher: Chapel Hill : The University of North Carolina Press
  • Creation Date: 1991
  • Physical Description: 1 online resource (2479 p.).
  • Language: English
  • Identifier: ISBN0-8078-6043-3
  • Source: GPTC ALMA
  • OCLC Number: 796384209
  • NZ MMS ID: 9913724567002931

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