Description - The International Brigades in Spain, 1936-39 by Kenneth Bradley
Osprey's study of the International Brigades of the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939). The Civil war fought in Spain was one of the most bloody and bitterly fought military campaigns of the 20th century. Both the loyalist Republican troops and the Nationalists under General Franco used foreign volunteers to supplement their own forces. In the case of the Republicans the Comintern organised the International Brigades, eventually recruiting over 40,000 people. The International Brigades were the Republican forces elite and as such were stationed at the toughest sectors and often led the most desperate attacks. Ken Bradley details the history, recruitment, composition, organisation, uniforms and equipment of these brigades.
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(248mm x 185mm x mm)
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Author Biography - Kenneth Bradley
Ken Bradley was born in 1944. He has a long standing interest in many aspects of militaria but his particular passion is reserved for the English and Spanish Civil Wars. A member of the Sealed Knot, he rose to the dizzy heights of becoming Colonel of the Earl of Stamford's Regiment of Foot (Parliamentary)! He has also researched in depth the International Brigades invoved in the Spanish Civil War, and has visited almost every one of the battlesites.