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Film, Memory and the Legacy of the Spanish Civil War: Resistance and Guerrilla 1936-2010 Hardcover – 1 Nov 2011


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'This book, a must-read volume, offers a deeply moving and extremely timely perspective on the Spanish guerrilla by their civilian supporters - an area insufficiently acknowledged in scholarly studies to date. Weaving discussions of films, documentaries and interviews with a sophisticated but jargon-free framework of theories on historical memory, Professor Camino has written a superb and thought-provoking study that will become a classic.' - Professor Christine Arkinstall, University of Auckland, New Zealand

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This book reconstructs the anti-Franco struggle of the 1940s and 1950s through an investigation of films and documentaries released between 1953 and 2010

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