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Title: Caiguda de Catalunya, refugiats i exili.
Author: Pagès, Pelai, 1949-
Keywords: Exili
Guerra civil
Civil war
Issue Date: 2020
Publisher: Universitat de Barcelona
Abstract: he Battle of the Ebro, which took place between July and November 1938, represented the last and final defeat of the Republican army. With an army with little military capa-bility, when Franco launched the final offensive against Catalonia, the Republic could hardly stop the aggression, and gradually, from December 1938 to early February 1939, it occupied the Catalan territory until the arrival at the border. Thus began an unusual phenomenon until then in no war: an avalanche of refugees, about half a million, were to end up in the south of France, setting up a series of concentration camps. Otherwise, a long exile began that for many did not end until Franco's death in 1975.
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It is part of: Ebre 38. Revista Internacional sobre la Guerra Civil (1936-1939), 2020, num. 10, p. 125-145
ISSN: 1696-2672
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