Historia Contemporánea No. 74/2024
Historia Contemporánea No. 74/2024
In the first decade of the 21st century, studies on the anti-Franco guerrilla experienced an extraordinary boom. These investigations showed the existence of a war hidden by the dictatorship, in addition to showing the role played by the peasantry in the context of the appearance and development of the republican guerrillas.
Journal of Modern European History
Journal of Modern European History
Special Issue: Civil Wars in 20th-Century Europe: Comparative Perspectives

In the first half of the twentieth century, Europe experienced a wave of civil wars, unparalleled since the French Revolution, from Finland in the North and Ireland and Spain in the West, to Ukraine and Russia in the East and Greece in the South.