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Beyond Death and Exile

The Spanish Republicans in France, 1939–1955

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ISBN 9780674436299

Publication Date: 01/01/1979

306 pages

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  • Introduction
  • 1. Rising Tide: The First Refugees, 1936–1938
  • 2. The Longest Month
  • 3. The Great Fear of 1939
  • 4. In the Eye of the Hurricane: The Beach Party
  • 5. Requiem for a Republic: Recognition, Repatriation, Resettlement
  • 6. Father Don Quixote, Deliver Us…
  • 7. Deja Vu: War and Defeat Again
  • 8. In the Service of Le Marechal
  • 9. Against Two Masters: Spanish Guerrillas in the Resistance and Liberation
  • 10. Liberation and Victory: From Normandy to Berchtesgaden
  • 11. The Brief Time of Euphoria, 1945–1946
  • 12. Stalemate, Reversal, and Final Betrayal
  • 13. The Prisons Consumed a Generation of Fighters
  • Epilogue
  • Appendixes
  • Notes
  • Bibliography
  • Index

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