30 Years of Darkness
The Spanish Civil War

30 Years of Darkness - The Spanish Civil War
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Marrianne

Incredible story. There are interviews, film footage, and telling animation that enlightens the viewer. You have to pay close attention as there is a lot to read at times and it goes quick. Plus, it is a challenge to fully understand how this came about from this war. I need to watch ...Read more

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