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11:46

National

PM under fire from opposition for defending Republican anniversary

M. A. ALFONSO / N. HESKETH

...is generally either seen as a triumph of progressive rights, such as the vote for women, or a chaotic period that caused the Spanish Civil War in 1936 and the start of the dictatorship of General Franco. PM Sánchez, who is leader of the Socialist

00:11

LifeStyle

2 April 1940: Lorca’s Poet in New York is first published

David Balmer

On 2 April 1940, A Poet in New York by Andalusian poet Federico García Lorca, was first published. The work, written during Lorca’s time in New York between 1929 and 1930, was not published in Spain at this time due to the Franco regime’s ... to flee Spain, taking the manuscript with him. It was eventually published in Mexico and the United States on 2 April 1940. American poet Rolfe Humphries translated the work into English. Lorca’s work remained highly censored throughout the Franco

20:23

National

'Only reality could save me, even if the world caved in'

ALEKK M. SAANDERS International Transgender Day of Visibility

...make friends with only her Spanish and perfect French, but she found more understanding in an Anglican parish that gave a place to transvestites. In the Catholic church during the Franco dictatorship, such freedom was unimaginable. A photograph from

17:53

Opinion

In denial

Mark Nayler

...black cash and favours counted more than policies. This would have considerable symbolic impact, much as the relocation of Franco's remains did in October 2019, but it wouldn't change anything by itself. After all, it wasn't the building that was

15:35

LifeStyle

Revealing the mysteries of Mijas in aid of worthy causes

Tony Bryant

...and its effect on Mijas. One of his points of interest is the house of Manuel Cortés, the Mijas mayor who spent 30 years hiding in a secret room of his home to avoid arrest during Franco's dictatorship. As well, the walk includes the route to the

16:24

LifeStyle

A street in Álora, in Denmark

ANDREA JIMÉNEZ

...extent, as Calle Alemania. That name dates back to the Spanish Civil War, because the government of Francisco Franco gave some streets the names of fascist countries, such as Germany or Italy. The change back to the original names was carried out during

16:02

LifeStyle

From history teaching to historical memory

Debbie Bartlett

...imposed by Covid-19. In a way, Margarita has always been quite a pioneer. When she first went to university, Franco was still alive and the subjects she chose - History and Geography - were unusual for women at the time. There were still many ... instrumental in locating his body and ensuring that he was buried with dignity. She still recalls her grandmother's pain at the loss of her brother. Another great-uncle was recruited by Franco's troops and died after being sent to the front. The family have ... Gibraltar border by Franco was portrayed in the Spanish, Gibraltarian and English press. It was while chatting to colleagues in the archive that the idea was proposed of forming an association to manage and promote the Casa de la Memoria, raise awareness of