#VidasEnterradas: The repression in Pomer

Between August and September 1936, 21 people were killed in Pomer. In this small mountainous town of Aragon there was no war, but personal vendettas, hatred and punishment to those who had dared to support the forces of the left in the middle of the Republic. Since July 18, 1936,…

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Pablo Casado, on the 20-N: " We must forget the History "

“It’s all right, we’re fed up, we’re not going to tolerate being hung up by sanbenitos who maybe have to hide theirs.” This is how annoying this Monday Pablo Casado, Deputy Secretary of Communication of the PP, who protested in this way by the tweeters -especially, the separatists- who brand…

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This is how the Franco regime treated single mothers

Hidden for decades, a report found by Interviú in the archives of the Patronato de Proteccion a la Mujer reveals key data on illegal adoption of babies and the miserable living conditions of single mothers and their children in the Madrid boarding school of Peñagrande, governed by nuns and dependent…

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