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Painted Tonsures and Potato-sellers: Priests, Passing and Survival in the Asturian Revolution
(Taylor and Francis, 2017-02-21)
The Asturian revolutionary insurrection of 1934 saw the greatest outburst of anticlerical bloodletting in Spain for a century and prefigured the dramatic wave of anticlerical violence during the Spanish Civil War. Scholars ...
Radicalisation, Community and the Politics of Protest in the Spanish Second Republic: Asturias, 1931–34
In October 1934 thousands of leftists took up arms in a two-week revolutionary insurrection in the northern Spanish region of Asturias which shook the Second Republic (1931–1936) and formed part of a critical European ...