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Works on Britain, Ireland and the Spanish Civil War

National studies:

Buchanan, Tom. Britain and the Spanish Civil War. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1997.

-- The Impact of the Spanish Civil War on Britain. War, Loss and Memory. Sussex: Sussex Academic Press, 2007.

Francis, Hywell, Miners Against Fascism: Wales and the Spanish Civil War. London: Lawrence and Wishart, 1984, republished 2012.

-- ‘“Say Nothing and Leave in the Middle of the Night”: The Spanish Civil War Revisited’, History Workshop Journal, 32, Autumn 1991 pp.69-76.

Gray, Daniel. Homage to Caledonia. Edinburgh, Luath Press, 2008.

McGarry, Fearghal. Irish Politics and the Spanish Civil War. Cork: Cork University Press, 1999.

Stradling, Robert. The Irish and the Spanish Civil War 1936-1939. Crusades in Conflict. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1999.

-- Wales and the Spanish Civil War: The Dragon's Dearest Cause. Cardiff: University of Wales Press, 2004.

Regional studies:

Cooper, Mike and Parkes, Ray. We Cannot Park on Both Sides: Reading volunteers in the Spanish Civil War 1936-39. Reading: Reading International Brigades Memorial Committee, 2000.

Eaton, George. Neath and the Spanish Civil War. Neath: Privately published, 1980.

Farman, Chris, Rose Valery & Woolley, Liz. No Other Way. Oxfordshire and the Spanish Civil War 1936-9. Oxford: OIBMC, 2015.

Squires, M. The Aid to Spain Movement in Battersea 1936-1939. London: Elmfield Publications, 1994.

Stradling, Robert. Cardiff and the Spanish Civil War. Cardiff: Butetown History and Arts Project, 1996.

Watson, Don and Corcoran, John. An Inspiring Example: The North East of England and the Spanish Civil War 1936-1939. McGuffin, 1996.

The British government's responses to the war:

Ball, S. ‘The Politics of Appeasement: The Fall of the Duchess of Atholl and the Kinross and West-Perth by-election, December 1938’, Scottish Historical Review, 187, April 1990, pp.49-85.

Buchanan, Tom. 'Edge of Darkness: British "Front-line" Diplomacy in the Spanish Civil War, 1936-1937', Contemporary European History, 12:3, 2003, pp.279-303.

Day, Peter. Franco's Friends: How British Intelligence Helped Bring Franco to Power in Spain. London: Biteback, 2011.

Edwards, Jill. The British Government and the Spanish Civil War. London: Macmillan, 1979.

Mackenzie, S.P. ‘The Foreign Enlistment Act and the Spanish Civil War, 1936-1939’, Twentieth Century History, 10:1, 1999, pp.52-66.

Moradiellos, Enrique. ‘The Origins of British Non-Intervention in the Spanish Civil War: Anglo-Spanish Relations in early 1936’, European History Quarterly, 21:3, July 1991, pp.339-364.

-- ‘Appeasement and Non-Intervention: British policy during the Spanish Civil War’, in Peter Catterall and C.J. Morris, eds, Britain and the threat to stability in Europe, 1918-47. London: Leicester University Press, 1993, pp.94-104.

-- ‘The British Government and the Spanish Civil War’, International Journal of Iberian Studies, 12:1, 1999, pp.4-13.

Stone, Glyn. ‘Britain, Non-Intervention and the Spanish Civil War’, European Studies Review. 9, 1979, pp.129-149.

The aid-Spain and labour movements:

Alpert, Michael. ‘Humanitarianism and Politics in the British Response to the Spanish Civil War, 1936-39’, European History Quarterly, 14:4, October 1984, pp.423-439.

Buchanan, Tom. The British Labour Movement and the Spanish Civil War. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1991.

-- ‘Britain’s Popular Front? Aid Spain and the British Labour Movement’, History Workshop Journal. 31, 1991, pp.60-72.

Errock, Heather Mary. ‘The Attitude of the Labour Party to the Spanish Civil War’, M.A. Thesis, University of Keele, 1980.

Fleay, C. and Saunders, M.L. ‘The Labour Spain Committee: Labour Party Policy and the Spanish Civil War’, The Historical Journal, 28:1, 1985, pp.187-197.

Fyrth, Jim. The Signal Was Spain. London: Lawrence and Wishart, 1986.

-- ‘The Aid for Spain Movement in Britain’, in Joyce M. Bellamy and John Saville eds, Dictionary of Labour Biography. London: Macmillan, 1993, pp.25-32.

-- ‘The Aid Spain Movement in Britain 1936-1939’, History Workshop Journal, 35, 1993 pp.153-164.

Mendlesohn, Farah. Quaker Relief Work in the Spanish Civil War. New York: Edwin Mellen Press, 2002.

Squires, M. The Aid to Spain Movement in Battersea 1936-1939. London: Elmfield Publications, 1994.

The media:

Aldgate, Anthony. Cinema and History-British Newsreels and the Spanish Civil War. London: Scholar Press, 1979.

Deacon, David.British News Media and the Spanish Civil War. Edinburgh: Edinburgh UP, 2008.

Shelmerdine, L.B. ‘Britons in an ‘un-British’ war: domestic newspapers and the participation of UK nationals in the Spanish Civil War’, North West Labour History, 22, 1997-1998, pp.20-47.

-- British Representations of the Spanish Civil War. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2006.

Popular and political opinion:

Buchanan, Tom. ‘A Far Away Country Of Which We Know Nothing?’, Twentieth Century British History, 4:1, 1993, pp.1-24.

Flint, J. ‘Must God go Fascist? English Catholic Opinion and the Spanish Civil War’, Church History, 56, 1987, pp.264-274.

García, Hugo. The Truth About Spain! Mobilising British Public Opinion, 1936-1939. Eastbourne: Sussex Academic Press, 2010.

Greene, Thomas R. ‘The English Catholic Press and the Second Spanish Republic, 1931-1936’, Church History, 45:1, 1976 pp.70-84.

Mates, Lewis H. The Spanish Civil War and The British Left. London: Taurus, 2007.

Walton, John K. ‘British Perceptions of Spain and their Impact on Attitudes to the Spanish Civil War: Some Additional Evidence’, Twentieth Century British History, 5:3, 1994, pp.283-299.

Watkins, K.W. Britain Divided: The Effect of the Spanish Civil War on British Political Opinion. London: Nelson, 1963.