Spanish Revolution, 1931-1939

Spanish Revolution Analyzes the revolutionary upsurge on the land and in the factories leading to the Spanish civil war and how the Stalinists course ensured a fascist victory

  • Title: Spanish Revolution, 1931-1939
  • Author: Leon Trotsky George Breitman Naomi Allen
  • ISBN: 9780873482738
  • Page: 351
  • Format: Paperback
  • Analyzes the revolutionary upsurge on the land and in the factories leading to the Spanish civil war and how the Stalinists course ensured a fascist victory.

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    • Yaser Maadat says:

      مجموعة من الرسائل التي كان يبعث بها تروتسكي لعدد من قادة الثورة الاسبانية و لعدد من الاحزاب اليسارية و بالتحديد الشيوعيين التروتسكيين و اللينينيين منهم،يحاول من خلالها اذكاء روح ثورة دكتاتورية بروليتارية في اسبانيا.يغلب طابع توظيف الصراع الثوري في اسبانيا في معركة الستال [...]

    • James Richardson says:

      Very good book detailing Trotsky's analysis as to why the Spanish Revolution failed to usher in a communist government let alone a democratic government but rather Franco's fascists were successful due to the communists entering into a popular front with other parties which was detrimental and fatal for the communists and the revolution. Stalinists played a huge role in this Popular front government for Stalin feared the Trotskysts and the left opposition more than supporting the Spanish workers [...]

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