[with apologies for cross-posting]
** Collections of the Month: The Spanish Civil War **
In 1936, a military revolt against the Spanish government led to a war involving Nazi Germany and fascist Italy, and brought anti-fascist volunteers to Spain from around the world in defence of democracy.
This month we highlight descriptions for the papers of political campaigners, historians, and International Brigades volunteers, the records of aid organisations, and descriptions for collections of posters, photographs, and interviews with veterans of the Spanish Civil War.
** Latest additions **
New contributor: Newnham College, Cambridge University.
Additional descriptions from The Women's Library, London School of Economics, and the National Co-operative Archive.
These include the papers of writer Olive Cook (1912-2002), papers of trade unionist George Elvin (1907-1964), records of women's campaigning organisation the 300 Group, and records of the North Western Co-operative Convalescent Homes Association.
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