The Bolivian Nationalism in the Face of the Spanish Civil War
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The Bolivian Nationalism in the Face of the Spanish Civil War
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S207987840002581-8-1
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10.18254/S207987840002581-8
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Andrey Schelchkov 
Affiliation: Institute of World History RAS
Address: Russian Federation, Moscow
Abstract

In most Latin American countries, the Civil war in Spain had a deep sociopolitical resonance, becoming an important element of domestic politics. Attitudes toward the warring parties in Spain became a factor that at times determined the composition of political coalitions in the political life of countries such as Bolivia, which was going through a period of internal revolutionary upheavals caused by the global economic crisis and the foreign policy catastrophe of the Chaco War. Established in Bolivia in 1936, the regime of “state socialism” was guided by the European experience of new political regimes, Soviet socialism, Italian fascism, German National Socialism. An important factor in the adoption of domestic political decisions in Bolivia in those years was the attitude towards the conflict in Spain. The support of the Republic or Franco became a sort of marker for the political choice of the Bolivian socialist military regime.

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Civil war in Spain, Falange, Bolivia, military socialist, nationalism, fascism, campaign of solidarity
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30.11.2018
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15.03.2019
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