3. Mobilize and survive: the Republic at war
The Republic quickly tried to mobilize domestic resources after the uprising in July 1936. International help was not forthcoming with the Non-Intervention Treaty of August 1936. ‘Mobilize and survive: the Republic at war’ examines the reactions of the international community to the 1936 uprising, how this affected Republican efforts at mobilization, and how it influenced the subsequent path of events in Spain. Soviet aid saved the Spanish Republic from almost certain military defeat at the end of 1936. In addition, many anti-fascists came to Spain to fight the cause. Many of
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5. Past the post: whatever next?