Beat Franco

Del Cid was said to win battles even after death. Something similar can be said about Franco, to whom some grant the patrimony of national symbols even after four decades in the substratum. If in 2018 it is urgent to give a battle to Francoism, it is precisely that which…

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Let their wounds bleed

You have had eighty years to show a minimum of compassion and opted for adding pain. It has tried to cure our society by giving it dignity with your help, at least with your inaction, and you have decided to inflict suffering. Now you do not matter anymore, there is…

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They decipher Franco’s telegrams encrypted with the key PILAR

The Cryptography Laboratory of the University of Malaga has decoded 14 telegrams sent in 1940 from the General Directorate of Security in Madrid to the Civil Government of Malaga, identifying an unknown ‘cipher’ called PILAR. Among other issues, the texts warned about a distribution of leaflets of the Spanish Democratic…

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They interrupt the works to remove the Cross of the Fallen

The City Council of La Vall d’Uixó has decided to paralyze the works that had begun this morning for the withdrawal of the Cross of the Fallen due to a rally that, called by the Salvemos la Cruz Platform, was held at 11.00. See more at: www.20minutos.es/noticia/3359769/0/interrumpen-obras-para-retirar-cruz

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The slaughter of the Alacant market

On May 25, 1938, fascist aviation killed more than 300 people and wounded more than 1,000 in a bombing of the population. It is 80 years of what was a butcher shop. The eyewitnesses speak of rivers of blood in the streets adjacent to the market and bodies hanging from…

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The damn Spanish bastards who liberated Paris have their own short film

In 2009, Quentin Tarantino freely adapted the experiences of thirteen volunteers of the US Army belonging to the 506th Parachute Regiment in his film Malditos bastardos. They did not cut hair but they also terrified their enemies. Without using so many elements of fiction, if something honorable could bring Spain…

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