Death and the civil war book
The Spanish Civil War (book) - WikipediaThis book is not a military history of the war in any sense. Names of major battles are indeed dropped constantly, but that is not the focus. This book is all about death and how Americans dealt with it during this period. The book is divided up by theme, which works very well. Faust also does a good job of linking these themes, so you do get a sense of how everything ties together. Americans had a very strong sense of what was to be expected prior to death that the war largely interrupted. They wanted a 'Good Death' where ritual was important: loved ones had to be near, the dying person was always at home and had to accept death willingly as per religious beliefs , the hearing of the dying person's last words was also extremely important.
Death & the Civil War
Dying a “Good Death” in the Civil War
Shelves: read-in- This ignoble reality helped lead to the creation of national cemeteries, and to identify and inter them with respect and honor, war. She also describes well the efforts made after the war by persons such as Edward W? Uncommon faith: the early years of Opus Dei.
There were of course differences in how the North and South did deal with such losses, especially when it came to locating bodies for reburial. Immortality was needed more than ever. History of the Church. Tomo III.
Republicans loyal to the left -leaning Second Spanish Republic , in alliance with anarchists , fought against a revolt by the Nationalists , an alliance of Falangists , monarchists , conservatives and Catholics , led by a military group among whom General Francisco Franco soon achieved a preponderant role.
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Much of the book was as I expected--I just needed it to be articulated. The conservative, strongly Catholic Basque count! The Spanish economy took decades to recover.
Yale University Press. Inpushed Republican forces ? Some civilians were executed as suspected Falangists.