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Digging Franco's trenches: An archaeological investigation of a nationalist position from the Spanish Civil War

AuthorsGonzález-Ruibal, Alfredo CSIC ORCID
KeywordsArchaeology of the contemporary past
Spanish Civil War
Battle of Guadalajara
Conflict archaeology
Nationalist fortification
Issue DateJun-2011
PublisherBrill Academic Publishers
CitationJournal of Conflict Archaeology 6(2): 97-123 (2011)
AbstractAs part of a project on the archaeology of the civil war and dictatorship in Spain, a Nationalist position was excavated in the village of Abánades (Guadalajara), which was occupied between March 1937 and the end of the war. The sector that was excavated comprised a trench, two dugouts, and a stone-and-concrete covered trench. The findings reveal more about daily life in General Franco's trenches, while they also offer insights into totalitarian ideology, international involvement in the conflict, and the war economy. © W. S. Maney & Son Ltd 2011.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1179/157407811X13027741134102
Identifiersissn: 1574-0773
e-issn: 1574-0781
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