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Definition of the noun Francoism
What does Francoism mean as a name of something?
- The period of history in Spain under the dictatorship of [w, Francisco Franco].
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by Peter McDonough, Samuel Henry Barnes, Antonio López Pina
Francoism is a living memory for a significant though shrinking portion of the population. Comparisons between authoritarianism and democracy are more than speculative exercises. And because there have been different governments since ...
by Iain McLean, Alistair McMillan
'Francoism' was not adistinctive ideology:Franco stood for traditional Catholic and military values and was an implacable enemy of liberal, leftwing, and separatistforces. Francoism asa term is mainly usedtorefer to Franco's regime. Although ...
by Angel Smith
The social tensions that resulted produced two largely separate opposition movements to Francoism. In the first place, workers launched a series of strikes for improved working conditions and free trade unions. Second, in the late 1960s, ...
Dictionary of Terrorism (2013)
by John Richard Thackrah
Francoism itself emerged as a result of the Civil War in Spain (1936439). Francoism was in its turn soon attacked by the Communist guerrilla fighters of the maquis.
by T.J. Carty
Lady Charlotte Susan Maria Bury FLORENCE William Jermyn Florence FLORENCE, AMBROSE Edwin Lees FLORENTIA Frances Minto Elliot FLORENZ Lady Charlotte Elliott FLOREPHA Mrs Sarah Ewing Hall FLORIAN, FRANCOISM.
by David Robertson
There was never a clear theory or ideology,never a substantive'Francoism', butalways a firm adherencetoa conservative, religious, anticommunist and authoritarian orientation, with the ultimate appeal being to a glorious Spanish past ...
by Andrew Spicer
examine Francoism. 1998 United States: Schrader's Affliction stars Nick Nolte as a CHRONOLOGY • xxxiii.
Encyclopedia of Politics (2005)
by Rodney P. Carlisle
Between 1930 and 1945, these groups tried to implement the ideas of Italian fascism, Spanish Francoism, and German national socialism in Argentina. Nationalist populism is the most peculiar phenomenon in Argentinean political history, and ...
Oxford Dictionary of English (2010)
by Angus Stevenson
– derivatives Francoism noun, Francoist noun & adjective. Franco- (also franco-) 7combining form French; ...
by David Professor Robertson
was never a clear theory or ideology, never a substantive 'Francoism', but always a firm adherence to a conservative, religious, anti-communist and authoritarian orientation, with the ultimate appeal being to a glorious Spanish past sanctified ...
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Scrabble value of F4R1A1N1C3O1I1S1M3
The value of this 9-letter word is 16 points, but it's not an accepted word in the Official Scrabble Players Dictionary.
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