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Spanish Civil War - MSN Encarta (1820 words)
The Battle of Brunete, as this operation came to be known, began on July 6 when Republican troops broke through Nationalist lines around the village of Brunete, west of Madrid.
While the Battle of Brunete had demonstrated that the Republicans were capable of waging an active war, the offensive had also proved costly to the their army.
The Battle of the Ebro signaled that the Republican army was close to collapsing.
Spanish Civil War - Charles' George Orwell Links (3188 words)
Republican sympathizers proclaimed it as a struggle between "tyranny and democracy", or "fascism and liberty." Franco, on the other hand, viewed it as a battle between the "red hordes" of communism and "civilization," or the traditional, conservative values of Spain.
Battle of Madrid ends; with both sides exhausted a front stabilizes.
The naval battle at Cape Palos (a Nationalist heavy cruiser Baleares is sunk by Republican destroyers).
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