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The Foreshadowing of the Spanish Civil War: The Years before the Spanish Civil War.
There was great foreshadowing up to 5 years before the Spanish Civil War that it was coming. Ever since the country had been given public elections, there was constant battle between the Right wing and the Left. The Spanish government knew there was no other way to deal with the political and social turmoil in the country. Some of the warnings were the unrest in the individual parties, the military unrest, strikes and sit-ins by the wealthy land owners, and in particular the 1934 revolts in Catalan and in the Asturias. The assassination of Calvo Sotelo simply acted as a catalyst, a signal…
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