Spanish Civil War Postcard 089


Front of postcard (recto). Image of a photograph of two men inside a building with a rounded ceiling. There is a wall-like structure that runs along part of the middle of the room. The men stand on the right side of the wall and look downwards. The left side of the wall is partially covered, showing only a pile of unidentifiable objects. The photograph has a red and yellow striped border.
Back of postcard (verso). Image of a page with text. Full text includes "La Guerra en España Serie 1.ª N.°26 Colección de 32 Cromos El glorioso y patriótico movimiento nacional que libra a España del yugo soviético, ha dado ocasión para evidenciar en todo su esplendor el temple grandiosamente viril y heróico que se encerraba en este pueblo que tantos ejemplos tenía ya dados a la Historia. Alcazar de Toledo.--Subterráneo donde se enterraron camaradas de Falange y resistieron sus defensores. «Reclamos Gavín-Zaragoza»".


Spanish Civil War Postcard 089


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Tamiment Library


c. 1936-1938




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