Artículos de 01/04/1937 a 05/05/1937

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Artículos de 01/04/1937 a 05/05/1937

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INCORPORADOS,1508,3

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1937-04-01  -  1937-05-05

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Fracción de Serie-Unidad de Instalación_en

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ES.37274.CDMH/15//INCORPORADOS,1508,3

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Embajada de España en Londres (Reino Unido) - Productor

Content and Structure

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Contiene artículos de la prensa británica sobre la Guerra Civil Española, comprendidos entre abril y principios de mayo de 1937. Los últimos 14 artículos hacen referencia al bombardeo sobre Guernica (Vizcaya). Además, se incluyen algunas notas mecanografiadas del Servicio de Información del Gobierno de la República en Valencia: 
388. Diplomacy in Spain-Exiled Embassies (The Times, 01/04/1937) 
389. Outlook for the Spanish Government (Manchester Guardian, 01/04/1937) 
390. Italy makes one more promise (Daily Herald, 01/04/1937) 
391. Franco falls back (Daily Herald, 01/04/1937) 
392. Madrid's Joy Over Franco's New Reverse (News Chronicle, 01/04/1937) 
393. To the students of politics there is nothing... (News Chronicle, 01/04/1937) 
394. ...the Office of the Chief of the General Staff... (News Chronicle, 02/04/1937) Es la continuación de un artículo perdido. 
395. A Shameless Attitude (Daily Worker, 02/04/1937) 
396. Herald Line Up With Forces (Daily Worker, 02/04/1937) 
397. Spain-Attack and Defence (The Times, 03/04/1937) 
398. The Course fo the War (Manchester Guardian, 03/04/1937) 
399. Spain: A New Phase (News Chronicle, 03/04/1937) 
400. The World: Week by Week-Crisis of War in Spain (The Observer, 04/04/1937) 
401. Given Twelve Hours to Leave Spain (Daily Express, 05/04/1937). Artículo mecanografiado en dos páginas 
402. Survey of War in March (Manchester Guardian, 05/04/1937) 
403. Fighting on Five Fronts in Spain (Manchester Guardian, 05/04/1937) 
404. Positions on the Five Fronts in Spain (Manchester Guardian, 05/04/1937) 
405. Spain: An Appeal to World (Daily Worker, 06/04/1937) 
406. Passports for Spain (Manchester Guardian, 07/04/1937) 
407. If Franco wins in Spain (Morning Post, 07/04/1937) 
408. Fears for Koestler (News Chronicle, 07/04/1937) 
409. Koestler (News Chronicle, 07/04/1937). Referencia a la noticia anterior 
410. Pasionaria vista por la Prensa Extranjera, 08/04/1937. Noticia mecanografiada del Servicio de Información. Dos páginas 
411. Uneasy Friendship (Manchester Guardian, 08/04/1937) 
412. Fighting in North Spain (Manchester Guardian, 08/04/1937) 
413. Interventionist (Daily Express, 08/04/1937) 
414. Duce's Ominous Accusations Against France (News Chronicle, 08/04/1937) 
415. A Race Apart (Daily Express, 09/04/1937) 
416. Nations' Quarrel Revealed By Football (Daily Herald, 09/04/1937) 
417. The Turning Tide in Europe (News Chronicle, 09/04/1937) 
418. Mussolini's New War Threat (Daily Worker, 10/04/1937) 
419. Lessons in Spanish (The Observer, 11/04/1937) 
420. Delmer Sees Battle from Armchair (Daily Express, 12/04/1937) 
421. Armed Trawlers as Pirates (News Chronicle, 12/04/1937) 
422. British Shipping in Spanish Waters (The Daily Telegraph, 13/04/1937) 
423. They Cannot tolerate (Manchester Guardian, 13/04/1937) 
424. The Blockade (Morning Post, 13/04/1937) 
425. Mr. Witt Among the Rebels (Morning Post, 13/04/1937) 
426. Owners Warn Vessels (Morning Post, 13/04/1937) 
427. Under Direction of Moscow (Morning Post, 13/04/1937) 
428. Terrorism Rife in Catalonia (Morning Post, 13/04/1937) 
429. Why Have a Navy? (Daily Herald, 13/04/1937) 
430. Permitting Piracy in Three-Mile Limit (News Chronicle, 13/04/1937). Artículo en dos páginas: ...against the British Navy... 
431. Britannia Waives the Rules (News Chronicle, 13/04/1937) 
432. British Navy Aiding Franco (Daily Worker, 13/04/1937) 
433. Franco's Drive Checked (Daily Worker, 13/04/1937) 
434. Ships for Spain on Time Charter (The Times, 14/04/1937) 
435. The League today (The Times, 14/04/1937) 
436. Mr. Koestler: Britain's Concern (News Chronicle, 14/04/1937) 
437. Loyalist say Rebels are Bluffing (News Chronicle, 14/04/1937) 
438. Undermined (News Chronicle, 14/04/1937) 
439. Giving Franco the Right to Blockade (Daily Herald, 14/04/1937) 
440. Getting Out Volunteers (Daily Herald, 14/04/1937) 
441. Challenge to Franco Pirates (Daily Worker, 14/04/1937) 
442. Bombardment at Madrid (Daily Worker, 14/04/1937) 
443. Unity-This Great Step To Victory (Daily Worker, 14/04/1937) 
444. Denounce It (Daily Worker, 14/04/1937) 
445. Cabinet and Bilbao (The Times, 15/04/1937). En dos páginas: ...The Public Schools... 
446. A Policy of Strict Neutrality (The Daily Telegraph, 15/04/1937) 
447. The Censure Debate (Manchester Guardian, 15/04/1937) 
448. The War and our Position in the Mediterranean (Manchester Guardian, 15/04/1937) 
449. Fog Over Spain (Morning Post, 15/04/1937) 
450. Winston Superb (Daily Express, 15/04/1937) 
451. The Cat's Paw (News Chronicle, 15/04/1937) 
452. International Control: Date at Last? (News Chronicle, 15/04/1937) 
453. Peace by Army Dictatorship in Spain (Daily Herald, 15/04/1937) 
454. Bilbao (Daily Herald, 15/04/1937) 
455. The Fate of Spain (The Times, 16/04/1937) 
456. The War in Spain (Manchester Guardian, 16/04/1937) 
457. A Success for Europe (Daily Herald, 16/04/1937) 
458. Three Spanish Aprils (Daily Herald, 16/04/1937) 
459. Italy Agress to Discuss Recall of Volunteers (News Chronicle, 16/04/1937) 
460. Control At Last (News Chronicle, 16/04/1937) 
461. The British Blockade (Daily Worker, 16/04/1937) 
462. Potato Jones (The Times, 17/04/1937) 
463. Food Shortage in North Spain (Manchester Guardian, 17/04/1937 ) 
464. Mine Field Doubts (News Chronicle, 17/04/1937) 
465. Captain Jones (News Chronicle, 17/04/1937) 
466. Bilbao Not Mined Says Dean (Daily Worker, 17/04/1937) 
467. End the Naval Intervention in Spain (Daily Worker, 17/04/1937) 
468. Keeping Out (The Observer, 18/04/1937) 
469. Belligerent Rights (The Observer, 18/04/1937) 
470. Who Bars Way to Spanish Ports? (Reynolds News, 18/04/1937) 
471. Bilbao-The Tragedy of a Starving City (Reynolds News, 18/04/1937) 
472. Break the Blockade of Bilbao! (Reynolds News, 18/04/1937) 
473. Repercusiones internacionales de la guerra (19/04/1937) Nota mecanografiada del Servicio de Información 
474. Control in Operation (The Times, 19/04/1937) 
475. Insulating the War in Spain (The Daily Telegraph, 19/04/1937) 
476. Germany's Menace to Gibraltar (News Chronicle, 19/04/1937) 
477. Spain's Air Chief in a Mechanic's Blue Dungarees (Daily Worker, 19/04/1937) 
478. Taking Sides in Spain (The Times, 20/04/1937) 
479. The Government and Spain (Manchester Guardian, 20/04/1937) 
480. General Franco's "Blockade" (Manchester Guardian, 20/04/1937) 
480bis. The Bible in Spain (Morning Post) 
481. Mussolini may leave Franco to face defeat (News Chronicle, 20/04/1937) 
482. Fascist Terrorism in Tangiers (News Chronicle, 20/04/1937) 
483. La prensa extranjera al lado del puebo españo (21/04/1937). Nota mecanografiada del Servicio de Información. 
484. A Forcing Call (Morning Post, 21/04/1937) 
485. EBB and FLOW of the Spanish War (News Chronicle, 21/04/1937) 
486. They Rush to Read Our News (Daily Worker, 21/04/1937) 
487. Britain Has a Pact with Rebels (Daily Worker, 21/04/1937) 
488. Shall Britain Save Franco? (Daily Worker, 21/04/1937) 
489. Italian Moral Destroyed (Manchester Guardian, 22/04/1937) 
490. British Destroyer at Bilbao (The Daily Telegraph, 22/04/1937) 
491. Spanish War Strategy (Morning Post, 22/04/1937) 
492. Baldwin's Blockade (Daily Herald, 22/04/1937) 
493. A Strange New Kind of War (Daily Herald, 22/04/1937). Firmado por E. Hemingway 
494. Middle Europe (The Times, 23/04/1937) 
495. One November Morning (The Times, 23/04/1937) 
496. Salud (The Daily Telegraph, 23/04/1937) 
497. Ruin of Spanish Countryside (The Daily Telegraph, 23/04/1937) 
498. Austria, Italy, Germany (Manchester Guardian, 23/04/1937) 
499. When is a Blockade not a Blockade? (Morning Post, 23/04/1937) 
500. It's Strange Coming Home from This (News Chronicle, 23/04/1937) 
501. Rebels' Blockade Scare Fails (News Chronicle, 23/04/1937) 
502. A Welcome Change (News Chronicle, 23/04/1937) 
503. Madrid-A New City (Daily Worker, 23/04/1937) 
504. Fascist Diplomats on Warpath (Daily Worker, 23/04/1937) 
505. Relief for Bilbao (Manchester Guardian, 24/04/1937) 
506. The Brave Basques (Daily Express, 24/04/1937) 
507. How Did It Happen? (Daily Herald, 24/04/1937) 
508. HMS Hood Warn Off Franco's Navy (News Chronicle, 24/04/1937) 
509. Spanish Radio Appeal to Europe's Workers (Daily Worker, 24/04/1937) 
510. The Blockade Runners (The Observer, 25/04/1937) 
511. Breaking Bilbao's Blockade (Reynolds News, 25/04/1937) 
512. Can Britain be Saved From War? (Reynolds News, 25/04/1937) 
513. Anti-Reds Sweep On to Bilbao (Daily Mail, 26/04/1937). En dos páginas: ...terrible material... 
514. Franco is Winning (Daily Mail, 26/04/1937) 
515. Why Duce Backs Franco (Daily Herald, 26/04/1937) 
516. Mythical Blockade (Daily Herald, 26/04/1937) 
517. Koestler (News Chronicle, 26/04/1937) 
518. Danger of New Fascist Intervention (Daily Worker, 26/04/1937) 
519. La derrota italiana en Guadalajara vista por la prensa extranjera (27/04/1937). Nota mecanografiada del Servicio de Información 
520. The By-Elections (Manchester Guardian, 27/04/1937) 
521. Franco, Hitler Fuming (Daily Worker, 27/04/1937) 
522. Britain Isolates France (Daily Worker, 27/04/1937) 
523. Foodship Girl's Own Story (News Chronicle, 27/04/1937) 
524. Reds' Retreat Has Become a Rout (Daily Mail, 28/04/1937) 
525. They Murdered Hundreds in Guernica (Daily Worker, 28/04/1937) 
526. A Frightful Atrocity (Daily Worker, 28/04/1937) 
527. The Spark that Caused the Spanish Flare-Up (Evening Express, 28/04/1937) 
528. The Fate of Bilbao (Manchester Guardian, 29/04/1937) 
529. Loyal Spain Unable to Aid Bilbao (News Chronicle, 29/04/1937) 
530. Unsung Heroes (Daily Herald, 29/04/1937) 
531. A New Word to The Vocabulary of Massacre (Daily Worker, 29/04/1937) 
532. Fascist Airmen had planned in detail the murder of the innocents in tragic Guernica (Daily Worker, 29/04/1937) 
533. More Tales from the Reds (Daily Mail, 30/04/1937) 
534. The Crime (News Chronicle, 30/04/1937) 
535. Errand of Mercy If Franco Consents (News Chronicle, 30/04/1937) 
536. Guernica: The Guilty (Daily Worker, 30/04/1937) 
537. Durango and Bilbao (Manchester Guardian, 28/04/1937) 
538. Guernica (The Times, 28/04/1937) 
539. Murder in Guernica (Daily Herald, 28/04/1937) 
540. Franco Wipes Out Town: 800 Victims of Barbaric Air Raid (News Chronicle, 28/04/1937). Dos páginas: ...gravity of this moment... 
541. Guernica (News Chronicle, 28/04/1937) 
542. Horror and Mystery (Morning Post, 29/04/1937) 
543. Guernica-That Was (Daily Express, 29/04/1937) 
544. Hitler Denounced Bombing in 1935 (News Chronicle, 29/04/1937) 
545. Who Bombed Guernica? (News Chronicle, 29/04/1937) 
546. Who did it? (Daily Herald, 29/04/1937) 
547. After the Air Raid (The Daily Telegraph, 30/04/1937). Fotografía de la ciudad tras el bombardeo 
548. A Senseless Bombardment (Manchester Guardian, 30/04/1937) 
549. Mystery of Guernica Raid (Manchester Guardian, 30/04/1937) 
550. The Times Bombs Guernica (The Times, 05/05/1937) 

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