The Seville of the summer of 1936 was a saturation of blood, terror and fire where any neighbor of the city that had had the least connection with anything that had to do with the Republic was in serious danger. Thousands of people killed in those days by the rebel troops commanded by Queipo de Llano still wait in the common graves of the San Fernando cemetery. The investigation of the Pico Reja pit reveals a much larger size than calculated by the experts, who estimate at least 1,103 buried bodies.

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