Artículos de 03/01/1938 a 31/03/1938

Identification

Attributed name title:

Artículos de 03/01/1938 a 31/03/1938

Signature:

INCORPORADOS,1511,2

Creation date:

1938-01-03  -  1938-03-31

Description level:

Fracción de Serie-Unidad de Instalación_en

Reference code:

ES.37274.CDMH/15//INCORPORADOS,1511,2

Context

Name of producer(s):

Embajada de España en Londres (Reino Unido) - Productor

Content and Structure

Scope and Content:

Contiene artículos de la prensa británica sobre el desarrollo de la Guerra Civil Española entre los meses de enero y marzo de 1938. Incluye un documento que contiene la transcripción de varios telegramas recibidos por la Embajada de España en Londres (Reino Unido). 
142. Opinion-Spain's Crimea (Daily Express, 03/01/1938) 
143. The Rebels Stricke Back (Manchester Guardian, 03/01/1938) 
144. Behind the Lines with Franco (Daily Herald, 04/01/1938) 
145. Teruel (News Chronicle, 04/01/1938) 
146. Tanks Slide At Teruel (Daily Mail, 05/01/1938) 
147. Strength of Government Forces in Spain (Manchester Guardian, 05/01/1938) 
148. Garrison Isolated (The Times, 05/01/1938) 
149. Delmer Tells How Teruel Holds On (Daily Express, 05/01/1938) 
150. Why do the Italians hate us so much? (Daily Express, 06/01/1938) 
151. On the Tooth of Teruel (Manchester Guardian, 06/01/1938) 
152. Rebels' Great Difficulties (Manchester Guardian, 06/01/1938) 
153. New People's Army Fought Alone At Teruel (Daily Worker, 06/01/1938) 
154. Fascists May Be Surrounded (Daily Worker, 06/01/1938) 
155. Unseen Guns Rout Rebels (News Chronicle, 06/01/1938) 
156. Nurses There Work in Wards Lit by Cigarette Lighterers (Daily Worker, 07/01/1938) 
157. Prof. Haldane Tells How Teruel Fell (Daily Herald, 07/01/1938) 
158. Franco forced to put off big offensive (News Chronicle, 07/01/1938). En dos páginas: of food, but... 
159. Raid Shelters in Spain. Amazing Progress (Manchester Guardian, 07/01/1938) 
160. Books of the Day. Views on the Spanish Conflict (Manchester Guardian, 07/01/1938) 
161. Italians To Lead Offensive (News Chronicle, 08/01/1938) 
162. Franco's Men Sing Defiance (Daily Express, 08/01/1938) 
163. Teruel's Last 1,700 Surrender (Daily Express, 08/01/1938) 
164. Valencia Beats London in Air Defence (Daily Worker, 08/01/1938) 
165. In Spain (Sunday Express, 09/01/1938) 
166. The Lines Held (Daily Herald, 10/01/1938) 
167. Not enough Victims? (Daily Express, 10/01/1938) 
168. Little Bishop Help from Teruel Ruin (Daily Express, 10/01/1938) 
169. Growth of Republican War Machine (Manchester Guardian, 10/01/1938) 
170. Raid Shelters in Spain (Manchester Guardian, 10/01/1938) 
171. Insurgent Commander Censured (The Times, 10/01/1938) 
172. Possible New Attack by Nationalists (The Times, 11/01/1938) 
173. Attack On Teruel Has Ceased (Daily Worker, 11/01/1938) 
174. Teruel Triumph for New Army (News Chronicle, 11/01/1938) 
175. Franco's Non-Success In Spite of More Foreign Help (Manchester Guardian, 11/01/1938) 
176. News from Teruel (Manchester Guardian, 11/01/1938) 
177. Teruel and After (The Times, 11/01/1938) 
178. Spain's Armies (Daily Express, 12/01/1938) 
179. Two Million People Leave Home (Daily Herald, 13/01/1938) 
180. Best Hospitals in Spain (Daily Worker, 14/01/1938) 
181. Swaffer Tells What He Saw In Spain (Daily Herald, 15/01/1938). En dos páginas: Nothing was hidden... 
182. People's Army Shatters Franco's Hopes (Reynolds News, 16/01/1938) 
183. General Franco and the Basques (The Sunday Times, 16/01/1938) 
184. The Battle of Teruel-Sway of the Struggle (The Observer, 16/01/1938) 
185. Beautiful View in Front Trench (Daily Express, 17/01/1938) 
186. Papa Miaja laughed till the tears ran (Daily Herald, 18/01/1938) 
187. Turning-Point in Spain. War Really Begins (Manchester Guardian, 18/01/1938) 
188. Republican Spain's Strong New Army (The Daily Telegraph and Morning Post, 19/01/1938) 
189. After Teruel (Manchester Guardian, 19/01/1938) 
190. Teruel Bombed for Hours on End (Daily Worker, 20/01/1938) 
191. Madrid Carries On As Insurgents' Shells Fall (Daily Herald, 20/01/1938) 
192. The War In Spain (22/01/1938). Semanario sobre los avances de la guerra 
193. Brutal Bad Temper (News Chronicle, 22/01/1938) 
194. The Spanish Coast (Manchester Guardian, 22/01/1938) 
195. Hitler's New Plot (Sunday Referee, 23/01/1938) 
196. After Teruel; What Next in Spain? (Reynolds News, 23/01/1938) 
197. Franco Gamble Nears Its End (Daily Sketch, 26/01/1938) 
198. Rojo Smiles As Franco's Men Storm Teruel (Daily Express, 24/01/1938) 
199. New War 'Plane Used In Spain (The Daily Telegraph and Morning Post, 24/01/1938) 
200. Spain's Citizen Army.-Munitions would end the war (Manchester Guardian, 25/01/1938) 
201. The Century (Manchester Guardian, 26/01/1938) 
202. Stay Out! (Daily Express, 27/01/1938) 
203. A Coast Under Siege (The Times, 27/01/1938) 
204. Non-Intervention Deadlock. Inexhaustible Ingenuity in Delay (Manchester Guardian, 28/01/1938) 
205. Food Control Helping to Defeat Franco (Daily Worker, 29/01/1938) 
206. Peaceful and Constructive Spain (Daily Worker, 01/02/1938) 
207. Barbarism (News Chronicle, 01/02/1938) 
208. World Shocked By Barcelona Raid Massacre (News Chronicle, 01/02/1938) 
209. Children That Are Not (Daily Express, 01/02/1938) 
210. Pirates Return (Daily Herald, 02/02/1938) 
211. Opinion-The Black Flag (Daily Express, 02/02/1938) 
212. Powers and Piracy (Daily Mail, 02/02/1938) 
213. Hope (News Chronicle, 03/02/1938) 
214. Humanity (News Chronicle, 04/02/1938) 
215. The Use of The Bomber (Manchester Guardian, 04/02/1938) 
216. A British Lead (The Daily Telegraph and Morning Post, 04/02/1938) 
217. Posers for the Layman-Sinking of Ships (The Times, 04/02/1938) 
218. Death From the Air (The Times, 04/02/1938) 
219. Pirates' Lair (Daily Herald, 06/02/1938) 
220. Strength to Act (Daily Mail, 05/02/1938) 
221. The Bomber and Spain (Manchester Guardian, 06/02/1938) 
222. How Things Are Shaping Today In Republican Spain (The Daily Telegraph and Morning Post, 06/02/1938) 
223. Opinion-Tension (Daily Express, 07/02/1938) 
224. Mr. Eden and the Pirates (The Observer, 06/02/1938) 
225. Bombing and Piracy (Reynolds News, 08/02/1938) 
226. War on Piracy (The Daily Telegraph and Morning Post, 07/02/1938) 
227. His Was No Pipe Of Peace (News Chronicle, 08/02/1938) 
228. Stiffening Up (News Chronicle, 08/02/1938) 
229. Protest By Action (Manchester Guardian, 08/02/1938) 
230. A Warning to General Franco (The Times, 08/02/1938) 
231. What An Air Raid Is Like (News Chronicle, 09/02/1938) 
232. Teruel Again (The Times, 09/02/1938) 
233. Spain From Both Sides-Ideals and Practice (The Times, 10/02/1938) 
234. The Road to Teruel (Manchester Guardian, 12/02/1938) 
235. Italy Waiting for What Turns Up (The Sunday Times, 13/02/1938) 
236. Use of the Bomber (Manchester Guardian, 14/02/1938) 
237. Can Franco Force a Decision in Aragon? (The Daily Telegraph and Morning Post, 14/02/1938) 
238. Franco Regrets (News Chronicle, 17/02/1938) 
239. A Miner's Wife Beloved By Millions (Daily Worker, 18/02/1938) 
240. Peace with Italy? (News Chronicle, 19/02/1938) 
241. Lessons of the War in Spain-Increasing Power of Defence (The Daily Telegraph and Morning Post, 19/02/1938) 
242. Power Politics (Daily Mail, 19/02/1938) 
243. Now Let the People Decide (Daily Herald, 21/02/1938) 
244. Bravo Mr.Eden (News Chronicle, 21/02/1938) 
245. Opinion-Eden's Day (Daily Express, 21/02/1938) 
246. Mr. Eden Is Right (News Chronicle, 22/02/1938) 
247. Man In Street Says Stand Up To The Fascists (Daily Worker, 22/02/1938) 
248. The Real Division (Daily Herald, 22/02/1938) 
249. Opinion-The Issue (Daily Express, 22/02/1938) 
250. The Pursuit of Peace (The Daily Telegraph and Morning Post, 22/02/1938) 
251. Mr. Eden's Statement (The Times, 22/02/1938) 
252. Fate Of Britain At Stake (Daily Worker, 23/02/1938) 
253. Dissolve Parliament! (Daily Worker, 23/02/1938) 
254. British Ships Are Sunk (Daily Worker, 23/02/1938) 
255. John Strachey Looks At The Crisis (Daily Worker, 23/02/1938) 
256. Premier's Policy (Daily Herald, 23/02/1938) 
257. They Are Hiding the Truth (Daily Herald, 23/02/1938) 
258. History Repeats Itself (News Chronicle, 23/02/1938) 
259. The End Is Not Yet (News Chronicle, 23/02/1938) 
260. The Fight Begins (News Chronicle, 23/02/1938) 
261. Opinion-The League Is Dead (Daily Express, 23/02/1938) 
262. Common Sense (Daily Mail, 23/02/1938) 
263. The Premier's Case (Manchester Guardian, 23/02/1938) 
264. Shaken Faith (Manchester Guardian, 23/02/1938) 
265. Teruel Falls (Manchester Guardian, 23/02/1938) 
266. The House Supports Mr. Chamberlain (The Daily Telegraph and Morning Post, 23/02/1938) 
267. A Sense of Proportion (The Times, 23/02/1938) 
268. They Shall Not Pass (Daily Worker, 24/02/1938) 
269. Eden's Successor X-Rayed (Daily Worker, 24/02/1938) 
270. Key to The Crisis Lies in Spain (Daily Worker, 24/02/1938) 
271. A Realist Policy (Daily Herald, 24/02/1938) 
272. More Sealed Lips (Daily Herald, 24/02/1938) 
273. Mysteries (News Chronicle, 24/02/1938) 
274. Opinion- War At Any Price (Daily Express, 24/02/1938) 
275. Confidence (Daily Mail, 24/02/1938) 
276. A Contact That Has Gone With Mr.Eden's Departure (Manchester Guardian, 24/02/1938) 
277. Selection (Manchester Guardian, 24/02/1938) 
278. After the Storm (Manchester Guardian, 24/02/1938) 
279. After The Debate (Manchester Guardian, 24/02/1938) 
280. Britain's Policy of Peace (The Daily Telegraph and Morning Post, 24/02/1938) 
281. No More War (Daily Herald, 25/02/1938) 
282. Turning Point In History (News Chronicle, 25/02/1938) 
283. Keeping Watch (Manchester Guardian, 25/02/1938) 
284. Now Why Did They Say We Were Wrong? (Daily Express, 25/02/1938) 
285. Opinion-Winston Churchill (Daily Express, 25/02/1938) 
286. Teruel Retaken (The Times, 25/02/1938) 
287. Peace For The World (Daily Herald, 26/02/1938) 
288. That Threat (News Chronicle, 26/02/1938) 
289. Opinion-Winston Churchill (Daily Express, 26/02/1938) 
290. Things Are Moving (Daily Mail, 26/02/1938) 
291. The New Policy (Manchester Guardian, 26/02/1938) 
292. Mr. Eden's Speech (Manchester Guardian, 26/02/1938) 
293. Mr. Eden's Defence (The Daily Telegraph and Morning Post, 26/02/1938) 
294. The New Foreign Secretary (The Times, 26/02/1938) 
295. Opinion-The Great Protest (Daily Express, 28/02/1938) 
296. Britain's Answer (Daily Herald, 28/02/1938) 
297. Public Aroused (News Chronicle, 28/02/1938) 
298. Censorship (News Chronicle, 28/02/1938) 
299. Reverberations (Manchester Guardian, 28/02/1938) 
300. Wise Restraint (The Times, 28/02/1938) 
301. Spain's New Army (Daily Worker, 01/03/1938) 
302. Storm Over Eden (News Chronicle, 01/03/1938) 
303. No Interest (News Chronicle, 01/03/1938) 
304. Wasting Time (Daily Mail, 01/03/1938) 
305. Proscription for Peers (The Daily Telegraph and Morning Post, 01/03/1938) 
306. The Fascist Alliance (Daily Worker, 02/03/1938) 
307. To Desire Peace is Not Enough (Daily Herald, 02/03/1938) 
308. In Passing (Daily Express, 02/03/1938) 
309. Arms and Policy (Daily Herald, 03/03/1938) 
310. Don't Forget (News Chronicle, 05/03/1938) 
311. Hitler Aims At Pact and Mussolini Needs Credits (News Chronicle, 05/03/1938) 
312. Direct Action (Daily Mail, 05/03/1938) 
313. Republicans Wait For Planes To Aid Advance (Daily Worker, 07/03/1938) 
314. What Sort of Pact? (Daily Herald, 07/03/1938) 
315. Opinion-Two Spanish Armadas (Daily Express, 07/03/1938) 
316. Mr. Chamberlain means Peace for the British People (Daily Express, 10/03/1938) 
317. The Only Way to Real Peace (News Chronicle, 11/03/1938) 
318. British People Must Act (Daily Worker, 12/03/1938) 
319. Catalonia faces Ruin (The Times, 12/03/1938) 
320. No Further Obligation: Keep Clear and Arm (Daily Mail, 14/03/1938) 
321. Barcelona (Daily Express, 16/03/1938) 
322. Now Spain (Daily Express, 17/03/1938) 
323. Save Spain-Save Britain (Daily Worker, 17/03/1938) 
324. Spain in London (Daily Herald, 18/03/1938) 
325. Hound the Pro-Fascist Criminals From Office (Daily Worker, 18/03/1938) 
326. European Outlook-Infinitely Less Dangerous Than a Year Ago (Manchester Guardian, 18/03/1938) 
327. Telegramas recibidos en la Embajada Española en Londres (21/03/1938). Movimientos del ejército de Franco 
328. Now or Never for a Peace Government (Daily Worker, 21/03/1938) 
329. Spain is The Key (Daily Worker, 22/03/1938) 
330. Unrepentant Traitors (Daily Worker, 24/03/1938) 
331. Spain Irrelevant (News Chronicle, 24/03/1938) 
332. General Franco's Advance (The Times, 28/03/1938) 
333. Mr. Chamberlain spent the Week-end here and why (Daily Express, 28/03/1938) 
334. In Franco's Path (News Chronicle, 28/03/1938) 
335. Opinion-Truce (Daily Express, 29/03/1938) 
336. A Mother Has Fallen By The Roadside... (Daily Herald, 30/03/1938) 
337. Stifled (Daily Herald, 30/03/1938) 
338. Making Faces (News Chronicle, 31/03/1938) 

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