Causes of the Spanish Civil War 1936-1939

Jon Hopkins
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Jon Hopkins
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Mind Map on Causes of the Spanish Civil War 1936-1939, created by Jon Hopkins on 01/29/2016.

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Causes of the Spanish Civil War 1936-1939
1 Popular Front Feb-July 1936
1.1 C.E.D.A ruling
1.2 Want to grant amnesty to the Asturias
1.3 Switching of what the Right Wing Republic
1.4 More polarization in Spain
1.5 Very evenly split election
1.5.1 They dont have an outright majority
1.6 Weak party, the cabinet is middle class left leaning republicans
1.7 Problems
1.7.1 Growth in disorder and political violence

Annotations:

  • Francisco Caballero (PSOE), modelled himself on Lenin
1.7.2 Weakness of the government
1.7.3 Increasing political polarisation
1.7.4 Radicalisation of the Right

Annotations:

  • The Falange- beating up the C.E.D.A for being too moderate The use of Nazi policies. Very militaristic
1.7.5 Radicalisation of the Left
1.8 Allows the extreme left to the take over Extremadura
1.9 General strikes
1.10 Church attacks
1.11 Army as opposition
1.11.1 Start plotting a coup with the head of General Sanjurjo
1.11.1.1 Relying on, C.E.D.A, Falange and the Carlists

Annotations:

  • Mistake of the Government sending Emilio Mola to the part of Spain where the Carlists are strongest
1.12 15th July 36 kidnap and murder of Calvo Sotello
1.13 Right wing incitement
1.14 12th July 36 murder of Jose del Castillo
2 Right Wing Republic Nov 1933-Feb 1936
2.1 A reversal of the social reforms
2.2 Oct 1934 Gil-Robles (C.E.D.A) joins Gout
2.3 Oct 1934 Revolution
2.4 Asturias uprising 1934
2.5 Formation of Popular Front Nov 1935
3 Left wing Republic June 1931-Nov 1933
3.1 Abdication of Alfonso XIII (April 1931)
3.2 Social Reforms 1931-33
3.3 Aug 1932 General Sanjurjo uprising (right wing)
3.4 Global economic situation post 1929
3.5 Increasing trade union action strikes 1932-
3.6 Formation of the C.E.D.A
3.7 Formation of Falange Oct 1933
3.8 Rise of Fascism in Europe (Italy and Germany)
4 Triggers
4.1 17th July 1936 military coup launched in Spanish north Morocco
4.2 18th July 1936 coup spreads to mainland Spain
4.3 Military coup fails
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