Labour History Review

The Labour Party, the TUC and Spain, 1959-1977

Labour History Review (1999), 64, (3), 269–286.

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For an account of this period see Tom Buchanan, The Spanish Civil War and the British Labour Movement, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 1991; Bill Alexander, No to Franco, The Struggle Never Stopped 1939-1975, Oval Printshop, London, 1992; Jim Fyrth, The Signal Was Spain: The Aid Spain Movement in Britain 1936-39, Laurence and Wishart, London, 1986 The Spanish Civil War and the British Labour Movement Google Scholar

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Anaya, Pilar