A One-sided Account

After reading an article first published in History Today in 2004, Jeremy Treglown is struck by how much more complex our view of the Spanish Civil War has become in just a decade. 

Bombing in Barcelona, 1938.Helen Graham’s impassioned article, Coming to Terms with the Past: Spain’s Memory Wars, takes today’s reader into other worlds: that of 2004, when it was published, and that of an older set of perceptions about the Spanish Civil War. Both worlds were, in different ways, fictional.

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