1936 - Spain civil war's beginning

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  • ESPAGNE :  LA GUERRE CIVILE ESPAGNOLE (1936-1939)
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    ESPAGNE : LA GUERRE CIVILE ESPAGNOLE (1936-1939)
    01/01/1000
    EFE AGENCIA/SIPA
    ESP< LA GUERRE CIVILE ESPAGNOLE (1936-1939) - Affiche republicaine

  • Espagne : Guerre d'Espagne
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    Espagne : Guerre d'Espagne
    01/01/1936
    NAMUR-LALANCE/SIPA
    Affiche en francais de la propagande espagnole. Guerre d'Espagne. ESPAGNE - 1936

  • SPAIN : Spanish Civil War
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    SPAIN : Spanish Civil War
    01/01/1936
    EFE AGENCIA/SIPA
    A woman mourns the death of her husband.

  • KING FAISAL WITH FRANCO
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    KING FAISAL WITH FRANCO
    05/18/1956
    AP/SIPA
    King Faisal II of Iraq, left, and General Francisco Franco of Spain watch the annual victory parade which commemorates the Spanish Civil War victory, in Madrid, Spain, May 18, 1956. (AP Photo)/76/0606301106

  • SPAIN FRANCO ANNIVERSARY
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    SPAIN FRANCO ANNIVERSARY
    05/29/1966
    AP/SIPA
    ** TO MATCH STORY SLUGGED SPAIN-FRANCO ANNIVERSARY ** General Francisco Franco, right talks with Spain's then Prince, Juan Carlos during a military parade in Madrid May 29, 1966. This Sunday, Nov. 20 sees the 30th anniversary of the death of Gen. Francisco Franco, the man who rebelled against Spain's young republic in 1936, starting a civil war which ushered in his nearly 40-year rule, iron-fisted and often brutal. Two days later comes the 30th anniversary of the proclamation as king of...

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1938
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    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1938
    04/14/1938
    AP/SIPA
    **EDS NOTE: GRAPHIC CONTENT** A half-naked child is removed from the ruins of his home in Lerida, Spain, following and insurgent raid on the city, as Generalissimo Franco's forces sweep seaward, Apr. 14, 1938. (AP Photo)/53/0606301100

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1938
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    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1938
    05/31/1938
    AP/SIPA
    **EDS NOTE: GRAPHIC CONTENT** Bodies of victims of the insurgent air raid over Grenollers, Barcelona, are seen May 31, 1938. The air raids resulted in the deaths of over 300 people, mostly women and children whose bodies were so numerous that the morgue could not hold them all. (AP Photo)/56/0606301100

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1938
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    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1938
    05/31/1938
    AP/SIPA
    **EDS NOTE: GRAPHIC CONTENT** The bodies of mainly women and children line the wall of the cemetery in Granollers, Spain, May 31, 1938, following an insurgent air raid. The morgue couldn't hold the 300 victims of the bombing, many of whom were out getting their government ration of potatoes. (AP Photo)/41/0606301055

  • Spanish Civil War 1939
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    Spanish Civil War 1939
    01/29/1939
    Berliner Verlag/Archiv/AP/SIPA
    The Nazi propaganda picture shows Spanish war refugees on the border between Spain and France. The photo was taken in January 1939. Photo by: Berliner Verlag/Archiv/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images/59205244/AP_121411471536/No Licensing in Germany, Austria and Switzerland./1509171554

  • ARCHIVES SIPA ICONO :  Guerre civile espagnole (1936-1939) : Affiche republicaine
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    ARCHIVES SIPA ICONO : Guerre civile espagnole (1936-1939) : Affiche republicaine
    05/01/1939
    NAMUR-LALANCE/SIPA
    SIPA ICONO< Guerre civile espagnole (1936-1939) : Affiche republicaine

  • ARCHIVES SIPA ICONO :  Guerre civile espagnole : Affiche republicaine (1936-1939)
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    ARCHIVES SIPA ICONO : Guerre civile espagnole : Affiche republicaine (1936-1939)
    05/01/1939
    NAMUR-LALANCE/SIPA
    SIPA ICONO< Guerre civile espagnole : Affiche republicaine (1936-1939)

  • ARCHIVES SIPA ICONO :  Guerre civile espagnole (1936-1939) : affiche republiciane
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    ARCHIVES SIPA ICONO : Guerre civile espagnole (1936-1939) : affiche republiciane
    05/01/1939
    NAMUR-LALANCE/SIPA
    SIPA ICONO< Guerre civile espagnole (1936-1939) : affiche republicaine

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1939
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    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1939
    05/16/1939
    AP/SIPA
    Facist soldiers in tanks parade through the streets of Valencia in northeastern Spain, May 16, 1939, during a Franco victory parade. (AP Photo)/72/0606301105

  • GEN FRANCO VICTORY SALUTE
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    GEN FRANCO VICTORY SALUTE
    05/20/1939
    AP/SIPA
    Gen. Francisco Franco stands on a timber tribune for more than five hours and takes the salute of a quarter million troops during the nationalist victory parade celebrating the end of the Spanish Civil War on May 20, 1939. (AP Photo)/73/0606301105

  • SPAIN: civil war: poverty & orphan children
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    SPAIN: civil war: poverty & orphan children
    01/01/1941
    EFE AGENCIA/SIPA
    Madrid: 1941: kids in orphanage. women workers learn little girls domestic science

  • SPAINISH CIVIL WAR
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    SPAINISH CIVIL WAR
    01/01/1941
    MIGUEL CORTES/AP/SIPA
    Ramon Serrano Suner, a former Spanish foreign minister and brother-in-law of late dictator Gen. Franco, seen at left with Gen. Franco, center, and Mussolini, right in 1941 in Bordighera, Italy. Serrano Suner died in Spain Monday Sept. 1, 2003 aged 101. Serrano Suner was a top-ranking member of the fascist Falange party that governed Spain following the 1936-39 Spanish civil war. (AP Photo/EFE, Miguel Cortes) ** SPAIN OUT **/75//0606301106

  • SPAIN: civil war: poverty & orphan children
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    SPAIN: civil war: poverty & orphan children
    10/01/1942
    EFE AGENCIA/SIPA
    Madrid: OCT. 1942 : general Franco inaugurates a new orphanage .

  • SPAIN CIVIL WAR LINCOLN BRIGADE
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    SPAIN CIVIL WAR LINCOLN BRIGADE
    02/04/1939
    AP/SIPA
    A group of Americans known as the Abraham Lincoln Brigade, returning from fighting fascists in Spain, pose with the flag and their mascot on the deck of the S.S. President Harding, Feb. 4, 1939. (AP Photo/Fred H. Mann)/67/0606301105

  • France : Guerre civile espagnole
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    France : Guerre civile espagnole
    02/08/1939
    COLLECTION YLI/SIPA
    La Guerre Civile en Espagne. Les membres des Brigades Internationales passent la frontiere, salues par le depute communiste Andre Marty (a gauche, saluant du poing). Le col du Perthus, FRANCE - 08/02/1939

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1939
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    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1939
    02/09/1939
    AP/SIPA
    Children refugees from Catalunia huddle in a ravine in Perpignan, France, after crossing the border to flee the civil war in Spain, Feb. 9, 1939. (AP Photo)/68/0606301105

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1939
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    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1939
    02/25/1939
    AP/SIPA
    Madrilenos go about their business shopping in the earthenware markets in the Quatro Caminos sector, in spite of fascist bombardment around the city of Madrid, Feb. 25, 1939. For days, Franco's artillery has shelled the capital in his drive to demoralize the city into surrender. (AP Photo)/70/0606301105

  • SPAIN: civil war: poverty & orphan children
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    SPAIN: civil war: poverty & orphan children
    03/01/1939
    EFE AGENCIA/SIPA
    Madrid: march 1939 : kids in orphanage. women workers gave food & help to the orphans

  • SPAIN: civil war: poverty & orphan children
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    SPAIN: civil war: poverty & orphan children
    03/01/1939
    EFE AGENCIA/SIPA
    Madrid: march 1939 : kids in orphanage. women workers gave food & help to the orphans

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1939
    AP20457004_000011
    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1939
    03/29/1939
    AP/SIPA
    A truck with General Franco's soldiers and national Spanish army nurses enter Madrid, Spain, March 29, 1939, as the a crowd cheers on the sidewalk. (AP Photo)/71/0606301105

  • ESPAGNE :  LA GUERRE CIVILE ESPAGNOLE (1936-1939)
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    ESPAGNE : LA GUERRE CIVILE ESPAGNOLE (1936-1939)
    05/01/1939
    EFE AGENCIA/SIPA
    ESP< LA GUERRE CIVILE ESPAGNOLE (1936-1939) - Exode des espagnols pour la France.

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1938
    AP20457001_000003
    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1938
    06/15/1938
    AP/SIPA
    **EDS NOTE: GRAPHIC CONTENT** A Russian armored car and its driver, a Spanish government insurgent are seen incinerated after a vain attempt at defending Castellon, provinicial capital on Generalissimo Franco's route to Valencia, June 15, 1938. (AP Photo)/57/0606301100

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1938
    AP20457001_000004
    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1938
    11/01/1938
    AP/SIPA
    Moroccan soldiers recruited by the fascists are seen in action during the offensive on the Ebro River front, Nov. 1938, in northern Spain. (AP Photo)/58/0606301100

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1939
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    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1939
    01/01/1939
    AP/SIPA
    Bread is distributed to the starving civilians of Barcelona after Generalissimo Franco's insurgent troops entered the city, Jan. 1939. (AP Photo)/59/0606301101

  • WAR AND RELIGION SPAIN 1939
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    WAR AND RELIGION SPAIN 1939
    01/01/1939
    AP/SIPA
    Soldiers pray in the trenches during the Spanish Civil War, date unknown. (AP Photo)/74/0606301106

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1939
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    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1939
    01/15/1939
    AP/SIPA
    A cart filled with the possessions of two refugees is wrecked by a bomb, which killed an old man and two mules leading the cart, Jan. 15, 1939, in Tarragona, Spain. (AP Photo)/60/0606301101

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1939
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    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1939
    01/18/1939
    AP/SIPA
    Two brothers fighting on opposite sides of the Spanish Civil War are reunited and embrace as their comrades cheer them on, in Tarragona, Jan. 18, 1939. The insurgent forces, in metal hats, took the loyalist, in beret, prisoner. (AP Photo)/61/0606301101

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1939
    AP20457004_000004
    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1939
    01/26/1939
    AP/SIPA
    Barcelona civilians cheer wildly as insurgent soldiers enter Spain's largest city, Jan. 26, 1939, ending the two and a half year old civil war. (AP Photo)/62/0606301101

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1939
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    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1939
    01/28/1939
    AP/SIPA
    Bread is distributed to the starving civilians of Barcelona after Generalissimo Franco's insurgent troops entered the city, Jan. 28, 1939. (AP Photo)/64/0606301101

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1939
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    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1939
    01/28/1939
    AP/SIPA
    Gen. Franco's tanks move into captured Barcelona, Spain, Jan. 28, 1939 during the Spanish Civil War. (AP Photo)/65/0606301104

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1939
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    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1939
    01/29/1939
    AP/SIPA
    A crowd gathers as a man and woman quarrel over a ration of bread distributed by the fascists in Barcelona, Jan. 29, 1939. (AP Photo)/66/0606301105

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR HEMINGWAY
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    SPANISH CIVIL WAR HEMINGWAY
    05/01/1938
    AP/SIPA
    American writer Ernest Hemingway, a newspaper correspondent during the Spanish Civil War, talks with Cpt. Milton Wolfe, commander of the Lincoln-Washington Battalion of the American Brigade with the Loyalists, near the front in Spain in May 1938. (AP Photo)/54/0606301100

  • Spanish Civil War 1938
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    Spanish Civil War 1938
    04/22/1938
    Berliner Verlag/Archiv/AP/SIPA
    The Nazi propaganda picture shows Spanish war refugees on the border between Spain and France. The photo was taken in April 1938. Photo by: Berliner Verlag/Archiv/picture-alliance/dpa/AP Images/59205246/AP_588712185256/No Licensing in Germany, Austria and Switzerland./1509171558

  • SPAIN CIVIL WAR ANNIVERSARY
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    SPAIN CIVIL WAR ANNIVERSARY
    01/01/1936
    AP/SIPA
    FILE - Members of the English Tom Mann Brigade seen in this 1936 file photo pose with their flag in Barcelona 1936. The Tom Mann Brigade was one of the foreign volunteer groups who came to Spain to fight against fascism during the Spanish civil war. Surviving volunteers came back to Spain this week to take part in the 60th anniversary commemorating the particapation of the international brigades during the civil war. (AP Photo/HO)/02//0606301050

  • SPAIN CIVIL WAR ANNIVERSARY
    AP20456986_000002
    SPAIN CIVIL WAR ANNIVERSARY
    01/01/1936
    AP/SIPA
    FILE - Members of the Polish Dombrowsky Brigade seen in this 1936 file photo, march in an unknown locaction in Spain, 1936. The Dombrowsky Brigade was one of the foreign volunteer groups who came to Spain to fight against fascism during the Spanish civil war. Surviving volunteers came back to Spain this week to take part in the 60th anniversary, commemorating the participation of the international brigades during the civil war.(AP Photo/HO)/03//0606301050

  • SPAIN CIVIL WAR 1936
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    SPAIN CIVIL WAR 1936
    04/10/1936
    AP/SIPA
    Militiamen load machine gun belts at a post behind lines at Toledo where government troops are fighting to stem the fascist advance on Madrid, April 10, 1936. (AP Photo)/01/0606301045

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1938
    AP20456995_000003
    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1938
    04/04/1938
    AP/SIPA
    A Spanish father and son are reunited in Luchon, France, where refugees from Spain are streaming over the border, April 4, 1938. (AP Photo)/50/0606301059

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR
    AP20456984_000002
    SPANISH CIVIL WAR
    04/13/1938
    AP/SIPA
    Residents flee through war-torn streets in Lerida in the region of Catalonia in northeastern Spain, April 13, 1938 during the Spanish Civil War. The Nationalist rebels, led by Gen. Francisco Franco, and troops brought from Morocco, fought a battle with the Republican troops in the ruined streets. On April 3, the Republicans were eliminated from the town. (AP Photo)/52/0606301100

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1938
    AP20456995_000004
    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1938
    04/09/1938
    AP/SIPA
    Thousands of refugees cross the border from Spain to France over the Pyrenees Mountains, carrying what few belongings they can, as they escape advancing insurgent battalions, April 9, 1938. (AP Photo)/51/0606301100

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1936
    AP20456982_000004
    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1936
    08/04/1936
    AP/SIPA
    Loyalist cavalry ride out of Madrid before a big offensive is launched against the city, Aug. 4, 1936. Civilians shout out their encouragement. (AP Photo)/11/0606301046

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1936
    AP20456982_000005
    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1936
    08/12/1936
    PIX PUBLISHING/AP/SIPA
    Red Cross nurses help a wounded loyalist soldier to the base hospital near Somosierra, a town in the Guadarrama Mountains, Spain, Aug. 12, 1936. The soldier was injured in battle against rebels in the Guadarrama Mountains, 50 miles north of Madrid. (AP Photo/Pix Publishing)/12/0606301046

  • SPANISH LOYALISTS
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    SPANISH LOYALISTS
    08/12/1936
    AP/SIPA
    Spanish loyalists charge up a hall near Somo sierra, Spain, Aug.12, 1936 to wipe out a rebel machine gun nest. The Guadarama Mountains were the scene for firece battles between forces loyal to the government and rebels in the civil war. (AP Photo)/13/0606301046

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1936
    AP20456982_000006
    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1936
    08/16/1936
    AP/SIPA
    A Spanish loyalist militiaman carries a banner to the top of a hill in the Guardarrama Mountains, northwest of Madrid, Aug. 16, 1936. (AP Photo)/14/0606301046

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1936
    AP20456982_000008
    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1936
    09/04/1936
    AP/SIPA
    A loyalist scouting party south of San Sebastian, in the north of Spain, is seen Sept. 4, 1936 fighting back Franco's forces, concealed behind heavy foliage, after a surprise attack by the insurgents. This town has been the center of heavy fighting for many days. (AP Photo)/16/0606301046

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR/MILITIA
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    SPANISH CIVIL WAR/MILITIA
    09/27/1936
    AP/SIPA
    Government militia including a woman shown behind sandbag barricade at the seige of the Alcazar, a moorish fortress, which held against prolonged bombardment until mines demolished most of the structure, Sept. 27, 1936. Facists in the underground passages resisted all attacks. (AP Photo)/17/0606301047

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR/TOLEDO
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    SPANISH CIVIL WAR/TOLEDO
    09/28/1936
    AP/SIPA
    Loyalist forces shown sniping at rebels from their barricade were driven back by the insurgents entering Toledo and lifting the seige of the Alcazar. (09/28/1936)(AP Photo)/18/0606301047

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1936
    AP20456982_000009
    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1936
    10/12/1936
    AP/SIPA
    A group of young communists hold wooden guns and wear the badge of the red star and the hammer and sickle, Oct. 12, 1936, in Madrid. (AP Photo)/19/0606301050

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1936
    AP20456982_000010
    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1936
    10/30/1936
    AP/SIPA
    **EDS NOTE: GRAPHIC CONTENT** In the municipal morgue, bodies are seen of some of the 95 people who perished in the streets of Madrid after fascist bombers attacked, Oct. 30, 1936. (AP Photo)/20/0606301050

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1936
    AP20456982_000011
    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1936
    12/17/1936
    AP/SIPA
    Children sit on the curb in front of a bullet-riddled building in Madrid, Dec. 17, 1936. (AP Photo)/21/0606301050

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1936
    AP20456982_000012
    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1936
    12/18/1936
    AP/SIPA
    A Spanish woman stands amid the ruins of her home in Madrid as the battle for the capital rages on, Dec. 18, 1936. (AP Photo)/22/0606301050

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR/MADRID
    AP20456988_000001
    SPANISH CIVIL WAR/MADRID
    01/01/1937
    AP/SIPA
    Like a knife through a plum pudding the bombs of nationalist aeroplanes have sliced blocks of flats in this city asunder. AP Photo shows workmen clearing from tramway lines the debris of a bombed building near the Mediod¿a (Atocha) railway station in Madrid. In this case a bomb sliced away the whole corner of the building, demolishing five floors. (January 1937)(AP Photo)/25/0606301051

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR/FRANCO HDQ
    AP20456989_000001
    SPANISH CIVIL WAR/FRANCO HDQ
    01/01/1937
    AP/SIPA
    AP Photo shows: Government bombers raid Franco's headquarters 1937. (AP Photo)/26/0606301051

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR/MADRID2
    AP20456993_000001
    SPANISH CIVIL WAR/MADRID2
    01/01/1937
    AP/SIPA
    Civil War Spain - Destroyed house in Madrid 1937. (AP Photo)/36/0606301055

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR HEMINGWAY
    AP20456998_000001
    SPANISH CIVIL WAR HEMINGWAY
    01/01/1937
    AP/SIPA
    American writer and war correspondent Ernest Hemingway, left, visits Spanish insurgents, taken prisoners during the Aragon offensive, on the front in 1937. Hemingway has been reporting the progress of the Spanish Civil War from the Loyalist territory. (AP Photo)/46/0606301056

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1937
    AP20456987_000001
    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1937
    01/14/1937
    AP/SIPA
    Loyalist snipers surrender to the fascist Franco troops at the Villarreal front northeast of Madrid, Jan. 14, 1937. The loyalists occupied the house for eight hours before the fascists were able to dislodge them. (AP Photo)/23/0606301050

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1937
    AP20456987_000002
    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1937
    01/14/1937
    AP/SIPA
    Loyalist snipers, with upraised arms, are taken away from a ruined house they were defending, Jan. 14, 1937, at the Villarreal front, northeast of Madrid. Bodies of shot fascists are seen in foreground. (AP Photo)/24/0606301050

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1937
    AP20456987_000003
    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1937
    03/08/1937
    AP/SIPA
    Children in war-torn Madrid play-act at being "militiamen, " March 8, 1937, during the siege of capital. (AP Photo)/27/0606301051

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1937
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    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1937
    03/08/1937
    AP/SIPA
    A young 'general,' right, drills his troops as children play soldiers amid the ruins of the war-torn capital city, March 8, 1937, during the Spanish Civil War. (AP Photo)/28/0606301051

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1937
    AP20456987_000005
    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1937
    04/01/1937
    AP/SIPA
    Loyalist Asturian miners are seen in Oviedo, Spain, April 1, 1937. Reports of mutiny within their ranks were broadcast. (AP Photo/Alliance Photo)/30/0606301051

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1937
    AP20456987_000006
    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1937
    04/05/1937
    AP/SIPA
    Inhabitants of a small village in Guadalajara, Spain, flee before an attack from government planes, April 5, 1937. (AP Photo)/31/0606301052

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR
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    SPANISH CIVIL WAR
    04/11/1937
    AP/SIPA
    Two militiamen patrol one of the streets wrecked during the Nationalists artillery bombardment in Madrid, Spain, April 11, 1937. The streets are littered with debris and only the shells of damaged buildings remain. (AP Photo)/32/0606301052

  • SPAIN GUERNICA
    AP20581232_000003
    SPAIN GUERNICA
    04/26/1937
    AP/SIPA
    ** FILE ** Guernica, seen in this 1940 aerial file photo three years after German and Italian fighter planes, backing the fascist forces of Gen. Francisco Franco in the Spanish Civil War, leveled this historic Basque town on April 26, 1937. Representatives from cities around the world that have suffered bombardment joined politicians and survivors here Thursday April 26, 2007, to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the bombing. (AP Photo/EFE/File) ** LATIN AMERICA, CARIBBEAN AND SPAIN OUT...

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1937
    AP20456987_000007
    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1937
    05/18/1937
    AP/SIPA
    A bed hangs precariously in the shattered bedroom of a Madrid home, May 18, 1937, after an insurgent attack in the Spanish capital. (AP Photo)/35/0606301055

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1937
    AP20456987_000008
    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1937
    05/20/1937
    AP/SIPA
    Firemen, police and civilians of Bilbao in the Basque country of Spain, recover the body of a tiny victim from the ruins of a building, following an insurgent air raid over this northern city, May 20, 1937. (AP Photo)/37/0606301055

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1937
    AP20456987_000009
    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1937
    05/28/1937
    AP/SIPA
    A huge shell, fired by insurgent artillerymen, explodes on the Gran Via in Madrid, Spain, May 28, 1937. At left, the two boys scurrying across the street were killed by this shell. (AP Photo)/40/0606301055

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1937
    AP20456987_000010
    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1937
    06/15/1937
    AP/SIPA
    Civilians scurry for shelter through the streets of Bilbao, northern Spain, during an air raid, June 15, 1937. (AP Photo)/43/0606301056

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR/GUERNICA2
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    SPANISH CIVIL WAR/GUERNICA2
    07/06/1937
    AP/SIPA
    Devastiation in Guernica - This is a typical scene today in this battlescarred city, the ancient capital of the Basques, after its devastation by fire. (07/06/1937)(AP Photo)/42/0606301055

  • HOLLYWOOD CARAVAN SPANISH WAR
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    HOLLYWOOD CARAVAN SPANISH WAR
    09/18/1937
    AP/SIPA
    Riette Kahn is shown at the wheel of an ambulance donated by the American movie industry to the Spanish government in Los Angeles, Ca., on Sept. 18, 1937. The Hollywood Caravan to Spain will first tour the U.S. to raise funds to "help the defenders of Spanish democracy" in the Spanish Civil War. (AP Photo)/44/0606301056

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1937
    AP20456987_000011
    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1937
    11/03/1937
    AP/SIPA
    A mother weeps over the body of her young son, a victim of a fascist air raid, as he lies on the ground at Lerida, Catalonia, Nov. 3, 1937 during the Spanish Civil War. A 200-pound bomb killed 56 school children between the ages of 6 and 8 as they attended classes. (AP Photo)/45/0606301056

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR/BARCELONA2
    AP20457003_000001
    SPANISH CIVIL WAR/BARCELONA2
    01/01/1938
    AP/SIPA
    Street scene of Barcelona during the Spanish Civil War in 1938. (AP Photo)/55/0606301100

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1938
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    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1938
    01/22/1938
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    Loyalist soldiers bundled up against the bitter cold take time out from battle for breakfast before resuming fighting in Teruel, near the east coast of Spain, Jan. 22, 1938. (AP Photo)/47/0606301056

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR FRANCO
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    SPANISH CIVIL WAR FRANCO
    03/01/1938
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    Gen. Francisco Franco, insurgent commander, shakes hands with one of his wounded men as ohter inurgents look on in Burgo, Spain, March, 1938, during the Spanish Civil War. (AP Photo)/48/0606301056

  • SPAIN CIVIL WAR DEAD
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    SPAIN CIVIL WAR DEAD
    03/01/1938
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    Bodies of men, women and children awaiting identification lie in the cellar of the Clinic Hospital in Barcelona, where air raids by insurgent crafts killed more than 900 people in March 1938. (AP Photo)/49/0606301059

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1936
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    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1936
    08/20/1936
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    A loyalist firing squad is seen taking aim at a statue of Christ towering above a cluster of other religious figures, on the Cerro de los Angeles, outside Madrid, Aug. 20, 1936. There has long been a struggle between leftist groups and the Church in Spain. (AP Photo)/15/0606301046

  • Obit Marina Ginesta - Spanish Civil War iconic image
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    Obit Marina Ginesta - Spanish Civil War iconic image
    07/21/1936
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    File picture dated on 21 July 1936 that shows the armed militias woman Marina Ginesta member of the Comunist Catolonian Young member (JSU in Spanish symbols) posing in the Colon's hotel terracein Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain. Marina Ginesta has died last monday 6 January 2014 at 94 years old, but her image was one of the iconic pictures of the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939). EFE/Juan Guzman/EFE_1910.01/Credit:Juan Guzman/EFE/SIPA/1401071914

  • SPAIN CIVIL WAR 1936
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    SPAIN CIVIL WAR 1936
    07/22/1936
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    Fascist volunteers, with the rebel army, march through Burgos, Northern Spain, on their way to fight the government forces defending Madrid, July 22, 1936. One man is seen giving the fascist salute. (AP Photo)/04//0606301045

  • SPAIN CIVIL WAR 1936
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    SPAIN CIVIL WAR 1936
    07/23/1936
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    Popular Front supporters of the government are shown behind a stone barricade in a street in Barcelona, Spain, on July 23, 1936. (AP Photo)/05//0606301045

  • FILE--American veterans of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade march in the 1938 May Day parade in New York to encourage aid for the Spanish government cause for which they fought. The controversial brigade of about 2,800 Americans fought on the loyalist side/SIP
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    FILE--American veterans of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade march in the 1938 May Day parade in New York to encourage aid for the Spanish government cause for which they fought. The controversial brigade of about 2,800 Americans fought on the loyalist side/SIP
    12/21/2001
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    FILE--American veterans of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade march in the 1938 May Day parade in New York to encourage aid for the Spanish government cause for which they fought. The controversial brigade of about 2,800 Americans fought on the loyalist side in the Spanish Civil War. U.S. authorities at the time tried to prohibit any American involvement in Spain's civil war. (AP Photo/Files)/0112240256/NO SALES

  • SPAIN CIVIL WAR 1936
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    SPAIN CIVIL WAR 1936
    07/23/1936
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    Civilian soldiers, carrying rifles supplied by the government, patrol Barcelona, Spain, in a coach usually used for sightseeing the city, on July 23, 1936./06//0606301045

  • SPAIN CIVIL WAR 1936
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    SPAIN CIVIL WAR 1936
    07/26/1936
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    Fascist militia leave the rebel headquarters at Vera, Northern Spain, after being issued with arms and ammunition, July 26, 1936. They will travel south to where the government and rebel troops are fighting. (AP Photo)/07//0606301045

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1936
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    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1936
    07/27/1936
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    The initial outbreak of revolution in Spain is seen when a rebel who surrendered is led to a summary court martial, as popular front volunteers and civil guards jeer, July 27, 1936, in Madrid. (AP Photo)/08/0606301045

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1936
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    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1936
    07/27/1936
    AP/SIPA
    Rebel officers, with their hands raised, are marched under armed guard from the Montana barracks in Madrid, July 27, 1936. A few moments later they were sentenced to death and shot, the start of the "red terror." (AP Photo)/09/0606301045

  • SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1936
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    SPANISH CIVIL WAR 1936
    07/28/1936
    AP/SIPA
    Arms and ammunition are distributed to volunteers at the barracks in Madrid, Spain, July 28, 1936, as civilians cooperate with the government to repulse the rebels north of Madrid during the Spanish Civil War. (AP Photo)/10/0606301046

  • SPAIN : The Spanish Civil War 1936 - 1939
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    SPAIN : The Spanish Civil War 1936 - 1939
    12/04/2003
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    The International Brigade whose aim of saving the Spanish Republic was the front line of the war against Facism. SPAIN

  • SPAIN FRANCO ANNIVERSARY
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    SPAIN FRANCO ANNIVERSARY
    11/17/2005
    AP/SIPA
    ** TO MATCH STORY SLUGGED SPAIN-FRANCO ANNIVERSARY ** General Francisco Franco speaks to naval forces at Vinaroz, Spain, on July 26, 1938, en route to the front to supervise the drive against the Republican Army at Valencia. This Sunday, Nov. 20 sees the 30th anniversary of the death of Gen. Francisco Franco, the man who rebelled against Spain's young republic in 1936, starting a civil war which ushered in his nearly 40-year rule, iron-fisted and often brutal. Two days later comes the 30th...

  • ** FILE ** People gather in front of a destroyed civil guard barracks in Zaragoza, northeastern Spain, in this Dec. 11, 1987 file photo, after a bomb, allegedly planted by the Basque separatist group ETA, exploded killing 11 people. Basque politician /SIP
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    ** FILE ** People gather in front of a destroyed civil guard barracks in Zaragoza, northeastern Spain, in this Dec. 11, 1987 file photo, after a bomb, allegedly planted by the Basque separatist group ETA, exploded killing 11 people. Basque politician /SIP
    11/06/2002
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    ** FILE ** People gather in front of a destroyed civil guard barracks in Zaragoza, northeastern Spain, in this Dec. 11, 1987 file photo, after a bomb, allegedly planted by the Basque separatist group ETA, exploded killing 11 people. Basque politician Jose Antonio Urruticoechea who also goes by the nom de guerre "Josu Ternera", did not turn up in court in Madrid Wednesday to appear for questioning over his alleged role in this and another bomb attack in Barcelona that killed 32 people in all....

  • Moroccan Nationalist Troops parading in Burgos; Spanish Civi
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    Moroccan Nationalist Troops parading in Burgos; Spanish Civi
    01/15/2008
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    Photograph showing the Moroccan troops of General Franco's Army of Africa taking part in a parade in Burgos, at the beginning of the Spanish Civil War, 1936. Date: 1936

  • Republican Supporters taken prisoner near Seville; Spanish C
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    Republican Supporters taken prisoner near Seville; Spanish C
    01/15/2008
    MARY EVANS/SIPA
    Photograph showing a group of Republican supporters (left) taken prisoner by Nationalist troops (right) in a village near Seville, during the Spanish Civil War, 1936. On the left of the image, one of the Republicans can be seen undertaking a last defiant act - lying on the ground giving the Socialist clenched-fist salute. Date: 1936

  • Moroccan Nationalist Troops landing in Spain; Spanish Civil
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    Moroccan Nationalist Troops landing in Spain; Spanish Civil
    01/15/2008
    MARY EVANS/SIPA
    Photograph showing Moroccan troops of General Franco's Army of Africa disembarking from an aeroplane in Spain, 1936. At the start of the Spanish Civil War, the Nationalist Army of Africa was based in Morocco and had to be taken to Spain by aeroplane, as the Spanish navy had remained loyal to the Republican Government. Date: 1936

  • Former Republican Soldiers in France; Spanish Civil War, 193
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    Former Republican Soldiers in France; Spanish Civil War, 193
    01/15/2008
    MARY EVANS/SIPA
    Photograph showing men, formerly soldiers of the Republican Army, who became refugees at the end of the Spanish Civil War, in Perthus, France, 1939. When the Nationalist Army finally won the Spanish Civil War, in 1939, a great number of the defeated Republican soldiers fled to France. They feared (correctly) that the blood-letting would continue until General Franco and the Nationalists felt they had driven socialism and the Republicans from Spain. Date: 1939

  • The Crew of the 'Miguel de Cervantes' give the Socialist sal
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    The Crew of the 'Miguel de Cervantes' give the Socialist sal
    01/15/2008
    MARY EVANS/SIPA
    Photograph showing the stern of the Republican cruiser 'Miguel de Cervantes', with the crew giving the Socialist clenched-fist salute, 1936. At the start of the Spanish Civil War, the majority of the Spanish Navy ships remained loyal to the Republican government, but many of the crews had to arrest their officers, who were sympathic to the Nationalist cause. Date: 1936

  • Civil Guardsman having dinner with his family, Spain, 1936.
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    Civil Guardsman having dinner with his family, Spain, 1936.
    01/15/2008
    MARY EVANS/SIPA
    Photograph showing a Civil Guardsman having dinner with his family in their private rooms at a Civil Guard Barracks, Spain, 1936. The Civil Guard were a cross between a military unit and a police force, who worked to maintain peace and order in Spain in both times of war and peace. The Civil Guard took an active role in the Spanish Civil War, with guardsmen serving both the Republicans and the Nationalists. Date: 1936

  • Soldiers of the International Brigade; Spanish Civil War, 19
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    Soldiers of the International Brigade; Spanish Civil War, 19
    01/15/2008
    MARY EVANS/SIPA
    Photograph showing two soldiers of the Abraham Lincoln Battalion firing at Nationalist positions on the Morata Front, during the Spanish Civil War, 1937. The men are pictured firing their rifles from a well sand-bagged trench. The Abraham Lincoln Battalion was part of the International Brigade, a volunteer force which supported the Republican Government during the Spanish Civil War. Volunteers came from all over Europe and North America; the Abraham Lincoln Battalion had men from Cuba,...

  • Dead Republican Troops in their trench; Spanish Civil War, 1
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    Dead Republican Troops in their trench; Spanish Civil War, 1
    01/15/2008
    MARY EVANS/SIPA
    Illustration showing two dead Republican soldiers in their trench, which had just been captured by Nationalist forces in fierce hand-to-hand combat; Spanish Civil War, 1937. This illustration was made by an artist attached to the Nationalist forces and sympathetic to their cause. Date: 1937

  • Republican Government Posters, Barcelona; Spanish Civil War,
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    Republican Government Posters, Barcelona; Spanish Civil War,
    01/15/2008
    MARY EVANS/SIPA
    Photograph showing some soldiers of the Republican army looking at posters produced by their government, Barcelona, 1936. The posters shown urged the women of Barcelona to join up to the Republican cause and fight beside the men. Date: 1936

  • Nationalist Troops; Spanish Civil War, 1937.
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    Nationalist Troops; Spanish Civil War, 1937.
    01/15/2008
    MARY EVANS/SIPA
    Illustration showing a position held by Carlist Requetes of the Nationalist army during the Spanish Civil War, 1937. One of the men can be seen firing a light automatic machine gun through a hole in the parapet. This illustration was made by an artist attached to the Nationalist forces and sympathetic to their cause. Date: 1937