Paul Preston remembers the journalist and Basque sympathizer who broke the news of the bombing of Guernica on April 26th, 1937.
Paul Preston looks at the continued interest in the 1930s conflict, the subject of a new exhibition at the Imperial War Museum.
The rival leaders in Spain’s Civil War were as different as the causes they embodied. Paul Preston compares their contrasting characters.
Paul Preston amplifies recent claims that Franco offered safe havens to fugitive Nazis
Longevity, not magnanimity, was the hallmark of the victorious Franco. Paul Preston reviews the legacies of the Civil War in the Spain the General ruled for nearly forty years.
Paul Preston investigates the media and publishing trade in Spain.
Paul Preston follows the unsettled road leading to the clash between the Republicans and Nationalists.
Paul Preston and Helen Graham discuss the tension developing in the Europe of the 30s as the Left attempted to unite against the growth of Fascism and the bloody timetable of political collapse, uprisings and mutiny that transformed a half-successful coup d'etat into a protracted civil war.
Paul Preston assesses how time has obscured the legacy of the Spanish military rebel and leader.