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See if your friends have read any of Ariane Gransac's books. Spain, 1962: The Third Wave Of The Struggle Against Franco by. Ariane Gransac’s Followers. None yet. Ariane Gransac. Ariane Gransac’s books. Octavio Alberola, Ariane Gransac.
by Octavio Alberola, Ariane Gransac. The ultimate aim, however, was to kill Franco - the the keystone of the system and the root cause of 28 years of murder, misery and oppression in Spain.
Alberola, Octavio and Ariane Gransac Sadori. More on the Anarchist resistance to the Franco regime, which took off with renewed energy in the 1960s. Spain 1962 : The Third Wave of the Struggle Against Franco. Kate Sharpley Library: 1993.
the third wave of the struggle against Franco. Taken from 'Spanish anarchism:international revolutionary action 1961-1935'. Translated from the French.
The Third Wave is a 1980 book by Alvin Toffler
The Third Wave is a 1980 book by Alvin Toffler. It is the sequel to Future Shock (1970), and the second in what was originally likely meant to be a trilogy that was continued with Powershift: Knowledge, Wealth and Violence at the Edge of the 21st Century in 1990. A new addition, Revolutionary Wealth, was published, however, in 2006 and may be considered as a major expansion of The Third Wave.
Charla: Resistencia libertaria contra la dictadura franquista, a cargo de Octavio Alberola
Charla: Resistencia libertaria contra la dictadura franquista, a cargo de Octavio Alberola. La charla comenzará con una breve descripción del periodo que va del triunfo de las fuerzas franquistas hasta el final del año 1960, año en el que muere Francisco Sabaté, el Quico. La muerte de Sabaté, para muchxs un símbolo de la resistencia ibérica, junto con otros ejemplos como Massana, Facerias o Caraquemada, marcó el final de una era de introspección para iniciar la lucha coordinada internacionalmente contra el imperialismo y todas sus manifestaciones.
Ariane Gransac (Auteur) Octavio Alberola (Auteur) Paru en octobre 2014 (ePub) en anglais.
Octavio Alberola Suriñach (Alaior, Menorca, 1928), anarcho-syndicalist and Franco’s public enemy No. 1 from 1962 to. . 1 from 1962 to 1975. Exiled with his parents to Mexico in 1939, Alberola studied civil engineering and theoretical physics at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM), where he became involved with the Libertarian Youth and the CNT in exile. the CNT was on the brink of reunification, which would mean a re-launch of the struggle against Franc. n Caracas, in late 1960, as defence coordinator for the Mexican CNT, you, together with García Oliver and Juan Pintado, laid the groundwork for an attempt on Franco’s life, scheduled for the summer of 1961.
Spain attempted to retain control of the last remnants of its colonial empire throughout Franco's rule. Like others at the time, Franco evinced a concern about a possible Masonic and Judaic conspiracy against his regime. During the Algerian War (1954–1962), Madrid became the base of the Organisation armée secrète right-wing French Army group which sought to preserve French Algeria. Despite this, Franco was forced to make some concessions.