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Last updated:25 June 2018

Invisible Histories talk - Five things you (possibly) might not know about the Spanish Civil War

Event location: Working Class Movement Library

Date: 26th Sep 2018

Event time: 14:00 to 15:00

Author David Ebsworth (the pen name of former T&GWU Regional Secretary, Dave McCall) talks about the background to his Spanish Civil War novels, focusing on five largely untold aspects of the conflict - Franco's battlefield tourism; the role of the Co-operative movement's Reynolds News; the strange role of Britain's Establishment; the final days; and the Republican Army's part in the Second World War.

Admission free; all welcome. 

This is part of the series of Invisible Histories talks.