The Grand Camouflage: The Communist Conspiracy in the Spanish Civil War

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IMPORTANT

All data used in the preparation of this volume can be found in newspapers, periodicals, books, pamphlets, documents, and clippings held by one or more of the following United States and European libraries unless otherwise stated in the bibliography.1

Biblioteca Universitaria de Barcelona, Barcelona.

Bibliothéque Nationale, Paris.

British Museum Newspaper Library, London.

Harvard College Library, Cambridge, Mass.

Hemeroteca Municipal de Madrid, Madrid.

The Hoover Institute and Library on War, Revolution, and Peace, Stanford University, Calif. (See Burnett and Gladys Bolloten Collection on the Spanish Civil War, especially microfilm section, and Vols. 1-10 of The Grand Camouflage materials.)

The Library of Congress, Washington, D.C.

The New York Public Library, New York.

University of Michigan Library, Ann Arbor, Mich. (See Labadie Collection.)

The place of publication of all newspapers and periodicals cited in this volume is given in the bibliography. However, to simplify identification, this information is also given in the footnotes in the following instances: (1) When a journal, published by refugees after the Spanish Civil War ( April, 1939), has the same title as a newspaper or periodical published in Spain during the Civil War; (2) When two journals, published outside Spain during or after the Civil War, bear the same name.

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The precise location of all documents, whether originals or copies, is given in the bibliography.

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