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The Academic Resizing of the War in Spain
Contemporary European History
Eighty years after both the end of the war in Spain and the beginning of a new war on European soil, we are facing a situation of both accelerated information and of reductionism in the stories about the past, often for very 'presentist' motivations. In such a context, it is even more difficult than usual to anticipate the place that the Spanish conflict will occupy in academic study and social debate in the next two decades, the period remaining until the conflict's 100-year anniversary. Butdoi:10.1017/s0960777320000259 fatcat:jdtvf3l3hrde7jlqh7rp6fuioa