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After the failed coup d'état of July 17 th , 1936 and after the start of the Spanish Civil War that followed it, rebels carried out a repressive strategy based on the execution of thousands of people as a key tool of social control. The socialization of fear and terror through humiliation, killing and disappearance would become the main strategy employed throughout the war and the post-war period. In this context, perpetrators would exercise repressive practices on victims and their bodies. Asdoi:10.3989/chdj.2014.020 fatcat:ipfccdrq6fb77g3axzpgfqocqi