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Histoire et mémoire de la guerre civile dans l’historiographie espagnole contemporaine

Abstract : Democratic historiography of the Spanish Civil War has been built up in opposition to the policy of memory of Franco's dictatorship. It has got, over years of confrontation with " official " historiography, increasingly complicated - questions tied to political violence or the management of memory finally prevailing over a more narrative studies. Nonetheless, the development has been marked by collisions with " war veterans " of the winning camp and their descendants and so with those seeking to write a new history, wicha aims to recover both the memory and the dignity of the defeated. The paper examines this development as well as their relationship with politics and the management of collective memory.
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Mercedes Yusta Rodrigo. Histoire et mémoire de la guerre civile dans l’historiographie espagnole contemporaine. Matériaux pour l'histoire de notre temps, La contemporaine, 2003, Espagne : la mémoire retrouvée (1975-2002), 70, pp.51-58. ⟨10.3406/mat.2003.402452⟩. ⟨hal-00918845⟩



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