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Guerre de propagandes lors du conflit civil espagnol (1936-1939)

Abstract : The conservative and monarchic daily ABC (Madrid 1-I-1903) as the Catholic Publishing House (1-XI-1911) didn't only promote the fore Franco's ideologic propaganda, their directors contributed to prepare the rebellious military's pronunciamento from 17th to 18th july 1936. But if this putsch profited by the help, among others, of journals, all media of the country were subjected to a stern political inspection since the declaration of state of war by the sedition-mongers. Before their Technical Junta declared unlawful on 23th december 1936 as well the broadcasting, the trade as the publication of anarchist, communist and socialist organs or pamphlets, the Propaganda Leadership proved so efficient than, from november 1936, the periodical of the Phalanx ¡Arriba España! (1-VIII-1936) had to ask restraint after the printed matter burning proliferation and to let private librarys in peace. Nevertheless, in the republican zone did people acted differently, or also did they seize printing-offices, superintend editorial staffs, forbid newspapers ? Through some examples, we try to glimpse from which struggles for power the press of each party was the stake during the Civil War.
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Marie-Catherine Talvikki Chanfreau. Guerre de propagandes lors du conflit civil espagnol (1936-1939). Renée Dickason. Expériences de guerres : Regards, témoignages, récits, Mare&Martin, p. 89-114, 2012, Politeia, 978-2-84934-106-3. ⟨hal-00793703⟩



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