Never mind the World Cup – Anarchism in 1930s Spain – Sunday 18th July

Now the World Cup is over and done with we can get on with one of the more important aspects of Spanish history!

On Sunday 18th July at The Sparrows’ Nest in St Ann’s from 1pm until 6pm we will be presenting an exhibition and two talks about the Spanish Civil War and Revolution of the 1930s. We are very pleased to present, during the afternoon, talks by members of the Solidarity Federation who are coming to Nottingham especially for the event. The exhibition on Anarchism in Spain explores the role of the anarchists in the civil war and the social revolution, in particular the CNT-IWA anarcho-syndicalist union and the FAI (Iberian anarchist federation). Talks by members of the Solidarity Federation (the IWA’s British section) are ‘Spain, 1936-39′ at 2.00pm and ‘The CNT today’, at 4.00pm.

Venue details:

A 4 page flyer has been produced to accompany the exhibition and talks. It flyer outlines the history of anarchism in 1930s Spain, during the civil war and revolution. This is just a taste of what the event will be about. The exhibition will feature books, texts and images of and about the same period.

Download flyer:

Then on Sunday 25th July at 2.15pm Ken Loach’s epic on the Spanish Civil War and social revolution ‘Land and Freedom’ will be shown at the Broadway Cinema, hosted by The Sparrows’ Nest and Nottingham’s radical history group People’s Histreh.

Cinema event details and poster:

These events are after the rededication on July 17th of the International Brigades memorial at County Hall, following the County Council’s changing of the information plaque to remove all mention of anti-fascicm – See also: July running until the end of the month. There will also be an exhibition, Antifacista! in the Council House starting on 20th

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