The Spanish Civil War Cause and Effect Essay by southside

The Spanish Civil War
A description of the causes, events and impact of Franco's rise to power in Spain from 1936-1939.
# 6912 | 1,715 words | 5 sources | MLA | 2002 | US

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An analysis of the causes of the Spanish Civil War. This paper also discusses the extent to which foreign powers such as the United States, Great Britain, France and Germany influenced the war's outcome; the rise of the fascist movement and the Popular Front; and the impact of fascists in Spain afterward. Spain and the rule of Franco contributed to the perpetuation of the single-party states of both Germany and Italy during WWII.

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"The Spanish Civil War, lasting from 1936 until 1939, eventually culminated in the establishment of an authoritarian fascist dictatorship led by General Francisco Franco. The points discussed in this essay include: the causes of the civil war; the extent to which foreign powers dictated the course and outcome of the war; the attraction of the fascists and the Popular Front; and the impact of the fascists' victory on Spain."

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