The third and concluding part of our series to see the effect that the Spanish Civil War had on Andalusia and other Spanish states ends with the conclusion of the war. Certain towns and areas declared themselves partisan to one side or the other, and the demographics of political ideology was becoming regional.
The second part of our series describes the effect the Spanish Civil War had on Andalusia and explores how the towns around the area got by with the build up to the Civil War, and what sparked such a devastating conflict between fellow Spaniards. King Alfonso XIII King Alfonso XIII, in the early years of […]
Spain’s darkest hours are still fresh in the memory of many who had family members who fought in the conflict and are still living, and that is why honoring the many who perished in the conflict is still a delicate concern. This is far different than remembering the dead of WWI or some other past […]