Never forget: A dark time in history finally comes to light

THE Spanish civil war and its repressive aftermath, following the victory of General Francisco Franco, was a particularly savage conflict. But it is far-fetched to describe it as a holocaust, as Paul Preston does in his latest book.

Review in The Economist of The Spanish Holocaust: Inquisition and Extermination in Twentieth-Century Spain by Paul Preston. For the full review, see the link.