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Espana Divida La Guerras Civil en Color

£24.99

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 On July 18, 1936, one of the darkest episodes in Spanish history began, which not only marked their recent past, but also continues to occupy an important place in a collective memory: the Civil War. This book, the result of an extraordinary documentary production, shows for the first time real full color images of this terrible contest collected by the protagonists themselves and witnesses of these events 80 years ago. The great characters, weapons, everyday life in cities and towns, and real combat scenes are mixed together to provide the reader with a new, unique and privileged vision of the most atrocious conflict in contemporary Spain.

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Condition:
As new
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
335
Title:
Espana Divida La Guerras Civil en Color

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 On July 18, 1936, one of the darkest episodes in Spanish history began, which not only marked their recent past, but also continues to occupy an important place in a collective memory: the Civil War. This book, the result of an extraordinary documentary production, shows for the first time real full color images of this terrible contest collected by the protagonists themselves and witnesses of these events 80 years ago. The great characters, weapons, everyday life in cities and towns, and real combat scenes are mixed together to provide the reader with a new, unique and privileged vision of the most atrocious conflict in contemporary Spain.

HB WITH JACKET, AS NEW, IN SPANISH

Condition:
As new
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
335
Title:
Espana Divida La Guerras Civil en Color

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