Online Journalism Blog: Building the first central database of victims of the Spanish Civil War and the Franco regime

Online Journalism Blog: Building the first central database of victims of the Spanish Civil War and the Franco regime. “125,000 people died, disappeared or were repressed in the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939) and during the Franco dictatorship, according to historians. Many of their families still do not know, 40 years later, what exactly happened to them. Now the Innovation and Human Rights (IHR) association has created the first central database of casualties, missing persons and reprisals during the Spanish Civil War and under Francoism.”

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