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Montse Feu

Print publication date: 2020

Print ISBN-13: 9780252043246

Published to Illinois Scholarship Online: January 2021

DOI: 10.5622/illinois/9780252043246.001.0001

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España Libre, the Antifascist Periodical

España Libre, the Antifascist Periodical

(p.36) 2 España Libre, the Antifascist Periodical
Fighting Fascist Spain

Montse Feu

University of Illinois Press

Franco’s rule had a devastating effect on workers in Spain: not only were workers’ unions suppressed and their leaders either shot or sent to prison or into exile, but their politics were censored and destroyed. España Libre’s editors and contributors had a clear understanding of their role in preserving the diverse legacy of progressive and radical workers, something that was documented in each issue in the form of essays, reviews of books and fundraising events, historical writing, theater, fiction, and poetry. Staff and contributors, nongovernmental institutions, and the global antifascist community published political protest in EspañaLibre, which demonstrates the transnational reach and distribution of the periodical.

Keywords:   Adolfo Jiménez Colón, American periodicals, Ángel Samblancat Salanova, España Libre, Jim Peck, John Nicholas Beffel, proletarian press, Spanish Civil War exile, Víctor Albà, Zwy Herbert Aldouby

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