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José Antonio

Post by GOROME » 29 Aug 2007 18:26

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The evolution of José Antonio Primo de Rivera between the original corporativism of Mussolini and Miguel Primo de Rivera until the traditional Spanish syndicalism. All this José Antonio's way have the back-ground of the articles and conferences of José Antonio from 1933 to 1936 in the beginning the young Primo de Rivera support the "Magistratura de Trabajo" of general Primo de Rivera and Largo caballero. Later José Antonio change and denounce the corportivism in El Circulo Mercatil de Madrid. At he end, José Antonio spoke about Spain in the line of a big trade union of worker.
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Post by GOROME » 29 Aug 2007 18:31

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The birth of the political organization Falange Española is narrowly linked to the perception that the fascim will have his principal impeller, José Anonio Primo de Rivera. The principl proofs of this fact are in the piblication of the weekly El Fascio and diverse posters edited the previous organization of the Falange, the Movimiento Español Sindicalista -Fascismo Español-.
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Post by sopas » 18 Sep 2007 11:49

Was the Falange Española a fascist organization?

The word "Sindicalista" is not fascist at all, isn't it?

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Post by Hoss » 18 Sep 2007 18:21

Well, neither is the term "socialist" and yet that word is included in the full title of the Nazi party.

Many fascist organizations included, in their titles, words associated with left-wing political theories. I believe this was a tactic designed to entice the working class to join their organizations. Remember the Falange had a substatial "left-wing" within the organization until the civil war.

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Post by GOROME » 18 Sep 2007 19:38

sopas wrote:Was the Falange Española a fascist organization?

The word "Sindicalista" is not fascist at all, isn't it?


It's the answer
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6tv-xOyQ ... ed&search=
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Post by GOROME » 18 Sep 2007 20:11

Do you know aboutt what period of time Jose Antonio is talking in this speech?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-979vsP ... ed&search=
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Post by Semenov » 24 Sep 2007 23:24

Nice foto!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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Post by Kurt_Steiner » 28 Oct 2007 20:07

GOROME wrote:Do you know aboutt what period of time Jose Antonio is talking in this speech?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-979vsP ... ed&search=
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He's talking about the Spain of his time, but he has in mind, I guess, another Spain, so to speak. Perhaps he had the model of the Imperial times -Carlos I and so on...-

So, perhaps he's talking about the post 1917 Spain... But as he mentions the regional differences, it may go as far as 1898.

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Re: José Antonio

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Re: José Antonio

Post by Kurt_Steiner » 06 Jun 2009 18:01

This video may result helpful for those who understand French

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hN12wuOI ... re=related

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Re: José Antonio

Post by GOROME » 06 Jun 2009 18:48

Thanks Kurt_Steiner.
Best Regards. Gonzalo.

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Re: José Antonio

Post by Kurt_Steiner » 06 Jun 2009 18:51

Glad to help, hermano ;)

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