We Saw Spain Die: Foreign Correspondents in the Spanish Civil War

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Constable, Jan 1, 2008 - Foreign correspondents - 436 pages
Based on a huge trove of diary and personal letter material regarding principally British and American, but also Russian and French, correspondents, 'We Saw Spain Die' tells of the courage and the skills of the men and women who wrote about what was happening in Spain during the Civil War.

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WE SAW SPAIN DIE: Foreign Correspondents in the Spanish Civil War

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Searching study of the role of the press in shaping world opinion about the Spanish Republic and its enemies—a role that, regrettably, was not enough to stir world leaders to action.In a broad ... Read full review

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Fascinating account of the men and women who reported on the Spanish Civil War. Heroic idealists, Soviet spies, world-famed writers like Hemingway, supporters of fascism and communism...they flocked to Spain to report the war as they saw it. Read full review


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Paul Preston is Principe de Asturias Professor of Contemporary Spanish History and Director of the Canada Blanch Centre of Contemporary Spanish Studies at the London School of Economics.

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