Anaquia

Anaquia From to in the war torn world of the Spanish Civil War proponents of every major intellectual economic political and philosophical movement of the th Century came together for what mo

  • Title: Anaquia
  • Author: Brad Linaweaver J. Kent Hastings
  • ISBN: 9780918736642
  • Page: 365
  • Format: Paperback
  • From 1936 to 1939, in the war torn world of the Spanish Civil War, proponents of every major intellectual, economic, political, and philosophical movement of the 20th Century came together for what most believed was to be an epic battle for the future of mankind Artists, literary emigres, reporters, philosophers, literary giants, and political activists all poured in to SFrom 1936 to 1939, in the war torn world of the Spanish Civil War, proponents of every major intellectual, economic, political, and philosophical movement of the 20th Century came together for what most believed was to be an epic battle for the future of mankind Artists, literary emigres, reporters, philosophers, literary giants, and political activists all poured in to Spain to be where the action was NOW, in Brad Linaweaver s and Kent Hastings epic ANARQUIA An Alternate History of the Spanish Civil War, a new vision of the Spanish Civil War has been brought to life Two revolutionaries who, in our universe would become twin stars of the firmaments of Hollywood and Cape Kennedy become instead, in the universe of Anarquia, the twin fulcrums on which pivot the hopes of the future Hedy Lamarr and Wernher von Braun join Ernest Hemingway, George Orwell, John Dos Passos, Ayn Rand, G K Chesterton, and a host of others who populate Linaweaver s and Hastings universe in the alternate history Spanish Civil War universe of ANARQUIA.
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    • Elliott says:

      After having read much about the Spanish Civil War, this novel is insulting to those that fought against Franco's fascism by portraying them as merely a rabble who needed a good talking to. This is an absolutely disgusting book.

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