The Guernica war

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March 24, 2015

 

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The following year, popular elections threw out the monarchist government and forced the abdication of King Alfonso XIII. The Second Republic, as the new Spain was called, suffered much political turmoil, while factions fought over how much reform should be undertaken and at what pace. A coalition of leftist parties joined together to dominate the parliament, calling for sweeping social reforms...
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A coalition of leftist parties joined together to dominate the parliament, calling for sweeping social reforms. But competing conservative factions in Spain continually threatened the loose union, and over the next several years the political situation became increasingly polarized. By the election of 1936, the Popular Front party had united members of the left and won the election...
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