The Battle for Spain: The Spanish Civil War 1936-1939

September 26, 2019 - Comment

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PHOENIX PBK,2006,PHOTOS

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  • New
  • Mint Condition
  • Dispatch same day for order received before 12 noon
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Anonymous says:

Top Class Read. A great read, an excellently presented book. It cuts to the chase of an entangled web of events and presents great clarity and understanding of a very complicated and sorry event in history. Beevor has produced a top class account of the unfolding myriad of events, players and the litany of good and evil on both sides, and connects the lot in an easy to follow style. This is no mean feat given the varying and conflicting accounts that exist.I found this book riveting and totally engaging…

Anonymous says:

Definitive account of an overlooked conflict The Spanish Civil War is one of those conflicts that seems to have become overlooked because of its proximity to a much larger one. Indeed, the argument can be made that World War II really started in Spain, not least by being a proving ground for new Luftwaffe aircraft and the first usage of the shock assault tactics that the world would later come to know as blitzkrieg.If you have read the author’s other books, note that this one does not make for such easy reading because of the…

Anonymous says:

Without doubt the best book about the Spanish Civil War. This is a “must read” for anyone interested in Modern Spain. I have read many books about the Spanish Civil War but this is without doubt the best. Anthony Beevor puts his readers right in the picture and keeps them glued to the pages.

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