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La frontière existe-t-elle pour les historiens ? : La frontière franco-espagnole au 20e siècle

Abstract : Of all the human tragedies that Europe endured over the twentieth century, the Spanish Civil War unfortunately ranks high among the events that most strongly affected our collective future. More than any other country, France was affected by this historical tragedy, although indirectly, since it received four successive waves of immigrants between 1936 and 1939, the last of which was by far the largest in number. In fact, the suffering known as the retirada (retreat) led to the massive exile of around a half a million individuals of all ages and all social conditions towards their French neighbours across the Pyrenees in the space of a few days, at most a few weeks.
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Jean-François Berdah. La frontière existe-t-elle pour les historiens ? : La frontière franco-espagnole au 20e siècle. L'espace jurassien à l'épreuve de la Seconde Guerre mondiale (1939-1945), 2006, Porrentruy, Suisse. pp.49-67. ⟨hal-00143933⟩

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