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What name was given to the groups of foreigners that fought on the side of the Republic during the Spanish Civil War?

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Question asked by: --CaT--

Asked on: 18 Aug 2008

In the Spanish Civil War there are lots of groups of foreigners who helped out under different names.

Two large groups were the Irish and the French.

These were called the Irish Blueshirts and the Croix de Feu respectively.

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Replied at: 25 Aug 2008
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