The collection contains printed posters and a leaflet produced during the Spanish Civil War bythe Spanish Republican Army in 1937. This propaganda was intended to broaden awareness within Spainand internationally of the violence of the Spanish nationalist government. The items are written inSpanish, English and French. They are illustrated with black and white photographs of Madrid showingscenes of damage to buildings, bodies of dead and injured people, and groups of people inconversation or searching for bodies amongst bombed buildings.
Propaganda ephemera from the Spanish Civil War produced by the Spanish Republican Army,1937
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- ReferenceGB 159 MS 525
- Dates of Creation1937
- Name of Creator
- Language of MaterialEnglish, esl
- Physical Description3 items
Scope and Content
Administrative / Biographical History
The Spanish Republican Army represented the republican government of Spain during the SpanishCivil War, 1936-1939. The army, supported by a Popular army, local militia and internationalregiments of volunteers, was responsible for defending the government in Madrid from the SpanishNationalists. Propaganda was produced by the army and government to encourage republican, socialistand anti-fascist supporters outside Spain to contribute financial aid or to volunteer to fight forthe cause.
No archival arrangement has been necessary.
ACCESS: Accessible to all registered readers.
LANGUAGE: English, Spanish, French
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The collection was acquired by the University of Nottingham's Department of Manuscripts andSpecial Collections in November 1989.