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Madrid - the 'military' practice of the rebels

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CollectionsAmirah Inglis
Date created: 1936-1939
Description: 
When Nettie Palmer and Ken Coldicutt delivered 'Defence of Madrid' to the Commonwealth Censor at Victoria Barracks, he banned scenes of children, killed in bombing raids, laid out in open coffins at Madrid morgue. Australians were allowed a glimpse of the incident in this poster sent from Spain. (K.C.Coldicott in Inglis, Amirah (1987) 'Australians in the Spanish Civil War'. p. 89)
Location: Spain
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/1885/44531
http://digitalcollections.anu.edu.au/handle/1885/44531
Other Identifiers: N171-55-19-1

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