The second episode in our series on the Spanish Civil War is out now!
Spain’s true democratic experiment was tearing the country further and further apart. Traditionalist, conservative, Catholic Spain was increasingly at odds with urban, liberal, secular Spain. And in the fervent, charged atmosphere of 1930s Europe, both sides were increasingly viewing the other as an extremist enemy. Then in February 1936 an election was called.
This episode looks at that election and how its aftermath led to a very international civil war.
See you next time,