O zgodovinopisju o španski državljanski vojni

  • Peter Vodopivec
Keywords: civil war, Spain, historiography, communists, socialists, anarchists, historical memory

Abstract

ON HISTORIOGRAPHY OF THE SPANISH CIVIL WAR

The author discusses the main trends in the research of Spanish civil war since early 1960s, when the first critical distance-based analyses were carried out by British, American, French and Spanish researchers. The paper reflects on works and interpretations by Hugh Thomas, Paul Preston, Stanley Peyne, Gabriel Jackson, Pierre Broué and Émile Témime, while briefly mentioning the books and views of Burnett Bolloten, Walther Bernecker, Ronald Radosh, Herbert Southworth, Helen Graham, E.H. Carr and Noam Chomsky. Furthermore, the author presents the development of the Spanish civil war historiography in Spain after Franco’s death, focusing mostly on works and assessments by Ángel Martin Viñas, Santos D. Juliá, Albert Reig Tapia, and Enrique Moradiellos.

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Published
2016-05-25
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