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The Catalan countries project (1931-1939)
González Vilalta, Arnau
Institut de Ciències Polítiques i Socials. Barcelona, Catalunya
In the evolution of Catalan nationalism, as much politician as cultural, the period of II Spanish Republic (1931-1939) was essential. The obtaining of the Statute of Autonomy (1931-1932) supposed the beginning of a stage of expansion in multiple aspects. One of them were the contacts with the Catalanists nuclei of the rest of the cultural space of Catalan language in which, at that time, it would begin to call Catalan Countries (Balearic Islands, Valencian Country, Andorra, Rosselló, to l'Alguer). On Those Collaborations between cultural organizations, political and particular parties Catalonia always will be the model to follow. The Increasing connections will be visualized on press, as well as on cultural celebrations, policy of parties and Constituent Courts. This evolution will be cut by the Franco victory in the Civil War in 1939.
Nacionalisme -- Catalunya
Catalunya -- Política i govern -- 1931-1939
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Institut de Ciències Polítiques i Socials (Barcelona, Catalunya)
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