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History of Spanish Civil War

These appealed to the common people, who had not been accustomed to the attention of the ruling class. The Republicans promised to bring Spain into the industrial age, with the common worker leading the advance. This explains the mass support for the Republican forces during the Civil War; those peasants who were confidant of Spain's future as a modern socialist nation feared a return to a feudal state.

The Falange movement formed during the 1930s, in response to the Republican government. This organization was fascist in name and nature, taking its cues from Mussolini in Italy and Hitler in Germany. It was led by generals of the Spanish Army, who wished to reinstate the old order. The philosophy and outlook of many of the falangists was represented by General Mill...

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