Memory and Amnesia The Role of the Spanish Civil War in the Transition to Democracy
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Description: Using a rich variety of sources, this book explores how the historical memory of the Spanish Civil War influenced the transition to democracy in Spain after Franco's death in 1975.
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Copyright year: 2002
Publisher: Berghahn Books, Incorporated
Publication date: 8/30/2002
Size: 6.00" wide x 8.75" long x 1.00" tall
|Acknowledgements for the English Edition|
|Foreword for the English Edition|
|Regarding Memory, Learning and Amnesia|
|The Generational Question|
|Theoretical and Conceptual Framework|
|Amnesia Learning Ceremonies and Monuments|
|Methodology and Sources|
|From the Justification of War to the exaltation of Peace: The Development of Official Discourse during the Franco Period|
|Origin-based Legitimacy and Performance-based Legitimacy|
|Champions of Francoist Legitimacy|
|From War to Peace|
|Sources of Political Socialisation|
|No-Do Historical Narrative|
|Commemorations of the Civil War|
|Monuments of the Victors|
|Legendary Sites of the Defeated|
|Policies of Reconciliation and Policies of Vengeance|
|From Punishment to Forgiveness|
|From Munich to the Organic Law of State|
|Symbols and Myths Relating to the Civil War|
|Towards the Convergence of Interpretations|
|Mythical Constructions of Francoism|
|Regarding the Civil War|
|Regarding Reconciliation and the Defeated|
|The Memory of War and the Lessons of Peace in the Democratic Transition|
|Economic and Social Characteristics of the Transition|
|History as Magistra Vitae|