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    by Thomas, Hugh, 1931-
    Published 1965
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    “…The aim of this research was to identify and reveal the distinctive ethnomotor features of LA in order to understand the adaptations that occurred in the social scenario of the Spanish Civil War (1936–1939) in Lleida. The corpus of the research was constituted by 101 LA which were collected from the analysis of 20 semi-structured interviews. …”
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    “…BACKGROUND: The Spanish Civil War (1936–1939) is an example of a historic event involving nurses, with the participation of professional and volunteer nurses from Spain and other countries. …”
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    Published 2001
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    by Owens, Lawrence S.
    Published 2021
    “…Fascist dictator Francisco Franco was responsible for the torture, murder and covert burial of 150–200,000 civilians both during and after the Spanish Civil War (1936–1939). This comprises one of the largest concentrations of mass graves and victims in the world, yet efforts to exhume them have been strenuously blocked by subsequent governments. …”
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    by Thomas, Hugh, 1931-
    Published 1976
    “…The spanish civil war.…”
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    by Preston, Paul, 1946-
    Published 1987
    “…Coming of the Spanish Civil War.…”
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    by Preston, Paul, 1946-
    Published 2000
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    by Fuensanta, JRS, Weierud, Frode
    Published 2010
    “…The presentation of a brief study of the use of Enigma Machines in Spain, during the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939) and later, until their final replacement.…”
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    by Seidman, Michael (Michael M.)
    Published 2003
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    by Venables, Katherine M
    Published 2021
    “…In the Second World War, there was a flowering of the battlefield surgery pioneered in the Spanish Civil War. There were small, mobile surgical units in all the theatres of the War, working close behind the fighting and deployed flexibly according to the nature of the conflict. …”
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    “…The second section examines the projects for hospital modernisation that appeared before the Spanish Civil War (1936–39) and highlights what impeded the consolidation of these pioneering experiences in the country. …”
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    by Lerma, Juan, De Carlos, Juan A.
    Published 2014
    “…Unfortunately, the Spanish Civil War disrupted this revitalization of Spanish science and provoked the diaspora of many Spanish scientists. …”
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    by Martínez García, Ana Belén
    Published 2020
    “…The remembrance of the Spanish Civil War passed on to us in this manner is a contested legacy, a complex combination of affects and mediated memories, coming from offline—as in conversations with our elders—and online—such as archival footage—resources. …”
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    “…In conclusion, the secular trends of anthropometric variables in the city of Madrid reflect the recovery of living standards after the deterioration of the nutritional status suffered during the Spanish Civil War (1936–1939) and the deprivation of the autarchic period.…”
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    “…INTRODUCTION. During the Spanish Civil War, Justo Gonzalo Rodríguez-Leal visited patient M at the Military Healthcare Hospital in Godella (Valencia). …”
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    “…During the Spanish Civil War (SCW) 1936–1939, many young working-class sportsmen volunteered. …”
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