1939: The End of the Spanish Civil War
On the 75th anniversary of the fascist march into Madrid and General Franco’s declaration of victory, the U.S. Army Command and General Staff College’s Donald P. Wright offers an overview of the Spanish Civil War. He emphasizes the political origins of the conflict, the war itself, and the legacy it left in Spain and greater Europe.
This event is part of the Library’s continuing examination of the pivotal year of 1939.
Wright is the chief of research and publications at the Command and General Staff College’s Combat Studies Institute.