CNT-FAI Spanish Civil War
Defeated Republican fighters flee from Spain into exile in France (February 1939).
Straight into concentration camps!
Re-discovered after 80 years, the photographic legacy of the CNT which brings the libertarian revolution in Barcelona back to life, is now exhibited for the first time.
“The exposition tries to dismantle the image of anarchism constructed by the bourgeoisie over the years,” says Andrés Antebi, one of the commissioners of the exposition. “The propaganda office of the CNT focused on dismantling the stigma of anarchism being roaming bandits and irrational violence.”
Carmen Fernández, Teniente del Batallón de Acero, Spanish Republic.
A group of Slovenes from the company “Matija Gubec” ahead of the offensive on Brunet in early July 1937. Among others stands Aleš Bebler (second from the right).
Our Spaniards: a collection of photographs and documents on the participation of Yugoslav volunteers in the Spanish War 1936-1939 , Ljubljana, 1961.
UK 1903 Pattern Leather .303 Ammo Ammunition Pouch with Iberian pouches & Mosin Nagants.
Anarchist militia from Bakunin, Spain. Summer 1936.
PzKpfw I Ausf, re-armed with an Italian 20 mm Breda to take on Republican T-26s.
Milicianas, Spanish Civil War.
Spanish Republic poster.
“The invader will crash before the human wall of the Spanish people”.