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16th of October 2018


Spain is still divided over the legacy of its former dictator. But will exhuming his body help the country heal? - Los Angeles Times

After the civil war of 1936-39, Franco had the mausoleum built, in part using the forced labor of political prisoners, as a monument to his victory. Though he dedicated the monument to all those who died in the war, only two graves are marked: his, and that of José Antonio Primo de Rivera, founder of Falangism — the nationalist Catholic political ideology to which Franco subscribed.

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