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Spanish Civil War - "In what Ways and for what Reasons Did Foreign Intervention Play an Important Role in the Spanish Civil War?"
The Spanish Civil War was a conflict in Spain, during the years 1936 - 1939, following the failure of a military rebellion to overthrow Spain's democratically elected government. The war divided Spain both geographically and ideologically. This also saw all the political parties dividing themselves into two camps. There were the left-wing parties (also known as the "Popular Front") and the right-wing parties (also known as the National Front). The Popular Front was made up of Communists, Socialists, Liberals, Republicans and Anarchists. …
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