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Spanish Civil War Bibliography

Ackelsberg, M. (1984). "Mujeres Libres: Individuality 
	and Community: Organizing Women during the 
	Spanish Civil War". Radical America. 
	vol. 18, no. 4, pp. 8-19.
--- (1985). "'Separate and Equal'? Mujeres Libres 
	and Anarchist Strategy for Women's 
	Emancipation". Feminist Studies. 
	vol. 12, no. 1, pp. 63-83.
--- (1991).  Free Women of Spain: anarchism and the 
	struggle for the emancipation of women.  
	Bloomington: Indiana University Press.
Alexander, R. (1998). The Anarchists in the Spanish Civil War
	2 vols. London: Janus Publishing Company.
Bessie, A. (1939). Men in Battle: a story of Americans 
	in Spain.  New York, Charles Scribner's Soons. 
	(1975) San Francisco: Chandler and Sharp. 
Bolloten, B. (1968). The Grand Camouflage: The 
	Communist Conspiracy in the Spanish Civil War. 
	London: Pall Mall. 
--- (1979) The Spanish Revolution: The Left 
	and the Struggle for Power during the Civil War. 
Bookchin, M. (1972). The Spanish Anarchists: The 
	Heroic Years: 1868-1936. New York: Free Life 
--- (1994). To Remember Spain: The Anarchist
	and Syndicalist Revolution of 1936.  Edinburgh 
	and San Francisco: A.K. Press.
Borkenau, F. (1937). The Spanish Cockpit. 
	London: Faber & Faber.
Brademas, J., (1974). Anarcosindicalismo y revolución 
	en España, (1930-1937). Traducción castellana 
	de Joaquin Romero Maura.  Barcelona: Editorial 
Brenan, G. (1943). The Spanish Labyrinth. Cambridge: 
	Cambridge University Press.
Broué P. & Térmime, E. (1972). The 
	Revolution and Civil War in Spain. London: Faber 
	& Faber.
Casas, J. G. (). Anarchist Organisation: the History 
	of the F.A.I. Quebec: Black Rose Books.
Carr, R. (1982). Spain 1808-1975. Oxford: Oxford
	 University Press.
Carr, E.H. (1984). The Comintern and the Spanish 
	Civil War. New York: Pantheon.
Chomsky, N. (1967). "Objectivity and Liberal 
	Scholarship". In American Power and the 
	New Mandarins. New York: Random House.
Christie, S. (2000). We, the Anarchists!:  A 
	study of the Iberian Anarchist Federation (FAI).
	Hastings, East Sussex: Meltzer Press; Persham, North NSW, 
Cleminson, R.M. (1994). "Eugenics by Name or by Nature? The 
	Spanish Anarchist Sex Reform of the 1930s." History 
	of European Ideas. XVIII, 5, 729-740.
 --- (1995). "Anarchists for Health: Spanish Anarchism and 
 	Health Reform in the 1930s. Part I: Anarchism, Neo-
 	Malthusianism, Eugenics and Concepts of Health." 
 	Health Care Analysis. III, 1, 61-67.
 --- (1995). "Anarchists for Health: Spanish Anarchism and 
 	Health Reform in the 1930s. Part II: 'Our Speech As 
 	Vibrant as a Dance of Swords'" Health Care Analysis.
 	III, 2, 157-166.
Diez, G. (1938?) Spain's struggle against anarchism and
     communism. New York: Paulist Press.
Dolgoff, S. (1974). The Anarchist Collectives.  
	Montreal: Black Rose Books.
Eby, C. (1969). Between the Bullet and the Lie: American 
	Volunteers in the Spanish Civil War.  New York: Holt, 
	Rinehart and Winston.
Esenwein, G. and A. Shubert (1995). Spain at War: The Spanish 
	Civil War in Context.  London and New York: Longman.
Fraser, R. (1979). Blood of Spain. New York: 
	Pantheon Books.
Friends of Durritti (1938). Towards a Fresh Revolution.
Garcia Pradas, J. (1974). ¡Teniamos que Perder!. 
	Madrid: G. del Torro.
Goldman, E. (1983). Vision on Fire: Emma Goldman on the 
	Spanish Revolution. ed. D. Porter. New Paltz, 
	NY: Commonground Press.
Guttmann, A. (1962). The Wound in the Heart: America and 
	the Spanish Civil War. New York: Free Press. 
Hoar, V. (1969). The Mackenzie-Papineau Battalion: Canadian 
	Participation in the Spanish Civil War. The Copp Clark 
	Publishing Company.
Ibáñez, Félix Martí "The Sexual Revolution," from Estudios, 
	November 1934, reprinted in Robert Graham, ed., Anarchism: 
	A Documentary History of Libertarian Ideas, Volume 1: From  
	Anarchy to Anarchism (300CE-1939), (Montreal: Black Rose 
	Books, 2005).
Ibarrui, D. (1966). They Shall Not Pass: The Autobiography 
	of La Passionara. New York: International Publishers.
Jackson, G. (1965). The Spanish Republic and the 
	Civil War, 1931-1939. Princeton: 
	Princeton University Press.
Jensen, Albert (1938) "The CNT-FAI, the State and Government," 
	from The International, May 1938, reprinted in 
	Robert Graham, ed., Anarchism: A Documentary History
	 of Libertarian Ideas, Volume 1: From Anarchy to
	Anarchism (300CE-1939), (Montreal: Black Rose Books, 2005).
Kaplan, T. (1977). "Other Scenarios: Women and Spanish 
	Anarchism". In Becomming Visible: Women in 
	European History. R. Bridenthal & C. Koonz 
	(eds.). Boston: Houghton Mifflin.
 ---  (1977). Anarchists of Andalusia, 1868-1903.
 	Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. 
Katz, W.L and Crawford, M. (1989). The Lincoln Brigade: A 
	Picture History. New York: Atheneum.
Kelsey, Graham (1985). Civil war and civil peace: Libertarian Aragon, 
	1936-1937. Cambridge: Free Press.
Kern, R. (1976). "Anarchist Principles and Spanish 
	Reality: Emma Goldman as a Participant in 
	the Civil War 1936-39". Journal of Contemporary 
	History. vol. 11, no. 293. 
--- (1978). Red Years, Black Years: A Political 
	History of Spanish Anarchism, 1911-1937. 
Landis, A. H. (1967) The Abraham Lincoln Brigade. 
	New York: Citadel Press. 
Leval, G. (1938). "Social Reconstruction in Spain".  
	London: Freedom Press. (abridged version, July, 1945.)
--- (1945) Collectives in Spain. London: Freedom Press.
--- (reprint)Collectives in Spain Zabalaza Books (pamphlet form)
--- (1975). Collectives in the Spanish Revolution.  
	London: Freedom Press. (Extract: "Collectives in Aragon")
Lewis, Greg (2006). A Bullet Saved My Life.   Pontypool, UK:
	Warren and Pell.
Little, D. (1985). Malevolent Neutrality: The United 
	States, Great Britain, and the Origins of the 
	Spanish Civil War. Ithaca: Cornell University 
Lorenzo César, M. (1972). Los anarquistas expañoles
	y el poder, 1868-1969. Paris: Ruedo Ibérico.
Malefakis, E.E. (1970). Agrarian Reforms and Peasant 
	Revolution in Spain. New Haven: Yale 
	University Press.
Marzocchi, Umberto  Remembering Spain. Italian Anarchist Volunteers 
	in the Spanish Civil War. Expanded second edition. Kate Sharpley Library. 25 p.
Meaker, G. H. (1974). The Revolutionary Left In Spain.  
	Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press. 
Mitchell, D. (1982). The Spanish Civil War. London and 
	New York.
Nash, M. (1992). "Social Eugenics and Nationalist Race Hygiene 
	in Early Twentieth Century Spain." History of European 
	Ideas. XV, 4-6, 741-748.
Orwell, G. Homage to Catalonia and Looking Back on 
	the Spanish War, London: Penguin, 1966.
Oved, Ya'acov (1989). Anarcho-communism in the spanish civil war. 
	Tel-Aviv: Tel-Aviv University.
Payne, R. (1962). The Civil War in Spain: 1936-1939. 
	New York: G.P. Putnam's Sons.
Payne, S. (1970). The Spanish Revolution. London:
Paz, A. (1977). Durruti: The People Armed.
Paz, Abel. (2007). Durruti in the Spanish Revolution. AK Press.
Paz, Pedro de.  The Man Who Killed Durruti. Translated by Paul Sharkey. 
	Postscript by Stuart Christie. London: Christie Books. 
Peirats, J. (1977 ). Anarchists in the Spanish 
	Revolution.  London: Freedom Press. 
	Detroit: Black and Red.
--- (1996). The CNT in the Spanish Revolution. Paul Sharkey, 
	Trans.	Hastings, East Sussex: Albert Meltzer Press.
Pérez Baró, A. (1974). 30 Meses de Colectivismo 
	en Cataluña (1936-1939). Barcelona: Editorial 
Preston, P. (ed.) (1984). Revolution and War in Spain 
	1931-39. London and New York: Methuen.
--- (1986). The Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939. 
	London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson.
--- and Ann L. Mackenzie, eds. (1996). The Republic besieged: 
	Civil War in Spain 1936-1939. Edinburgh: Edinburgh 
	University Press. 
Puente, I (1982). "Libertarian Communism". Cienfuegos 
	Press Anarchist Review. No. 6. Orkney.
Ranzato, G. (1979). Lucha de clases y lucha política en la 
	guerra civil española. Barcelona: Editorial Anagrama.
Richards, V. (1953). Lessons of the Spanish 
	Revolution. Reprint, London: Freedom Press, 1983.
Rocker, R. (1937). The Tragedy of Spain. 
	New York: Freie Arbeiter Stimme.
Rolfe, E. (1939). The Lincoln Battalion: The Story of the 
	Americans Who Fought in Spain in the International 
	Brigades. New York: Random House.  Reissued: New York: 
	Veterans of the Abraham Lincoln Brigade, 1974. 
Rosado, A. (1979). Tierra y Libertad: Memorias de un 
	Campesino Anarcosindicalista Andaluz.  Barcelona: 
	Editorial Crítica.
Rosenstone, R. (1969). Crusade of the Left: The Lincoln 
	Battalion in the Spanish Civil War. New York: Pegasus.
Santillan, Diego Abad de (1937). After the Revolution: 
	Economic Reconstruction in Spain Today. Trans. Louis 
	Frank. New York: Greenberg Publisher.
--- (1938). "A Return to Principle," from Timon, August
	1938, reprinted in Robert Graham, ed., Anarchism: A Documentary 
	History of Libertarian Ideas, Volume 1: From Anarchy to Anarchism 
	(300CE-1939), (Montreal: Black Rose Books, 2005).
Saornil, Lucía Sánchez "The Question of Feminism," from Solidaridad
	Obrera, September-October 1935, reprinted in Robert Graham, ed.,
	Anarchism: A Documentary History of Libertarian Ideas, Volume 1: 
	From Anarchy to Anarchism (300CE-1939), (Montreal: Black Rose 
	 Books, 2005).
Taylor, F.J. (1971). The United States and the Spanish Civil 
	War. New York: Octagon Books.
Thomas, H. (1967). "Agrarian Anarchist Collectives in 
	the Spanish Civil War". In A Century of Conflict, 
	1850-1950: Essays for A.J.P. Taylor. Editor: 
	M.Gilbert. New York: Atheneum. 
--- (1977). The Spanish Civil War.  London:
Ucelay da Cal, E. (1982), La Catalunya Populista. 
Watkins, K.W. (1963). Britain Divided: The Effect of 
	the Spanish Civil War on British Public 
	Opinion. London: Thomas Nelson & Son.
Willis, L. (1975). Women in the Spanish Revolution. 
	London: Solidarity, October 15, 1975, pamphlet no. 58.
Winston, C. (1985). Workers and the Right in Spain, 
	1900-1936. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
Wolfe, B. (1937). Civil War in Spain. New York: 
	Workers Age Publishers.


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