Relevant both to A Level units on the Spanish Civil War and also GCSE and A level courses examining International Relations or the Development of Warfare in the first half of the twentieth century, this 3-day visit to Barcelona will explore the impact of modern warfare on a civilian population – one of the first instances of the phenomenon of ‘total war’.
A full-day excursion to the area of the River Ebro will bring home the impact of modern warfare, with students given the opportunity to walk through the streets of a town deserted after its destruction by Franco’s allies, the German Condor Legion.
A walking tour of the beautiful historic centre of Barcelona will visit areas held by the Republicans as they were subjected to brutal attacks by Franco’s Nationalist forces, whilst a highlight is a guided tour of one of the underground air-raid shelters built for the people of the Catalan capital.
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Spanish Civil War
Conflict and Tension 1918-1939
Warfare Through Time