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In For God and Spain, Hugh de Blácam argues that the nationalist rebellion that ushered in the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939) was a defensive movement in response to years of unchecked Communist aggression. Focusing on the years 1923-1936, de Blácam chronicles the outrages committed by Red agitators against the Catholic Church that led to the Francoist response.

For God and Spain

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