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Socialist and Communist Parties 1931-1939 (Spain)

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Popular Front 1936

Frente Popular

[Popular Front 1936 (Spain)]
by José Manuel Erbez

Flag shown in a poster edited by the Communist Party with occasion of the elections of 16 February 1936. The image shows a soldier bearing this flag and the text says: "16 February. Higher than ever the flag of the Popular Front". The same flag is seen later in posters related to the International Brigades. Source: Jordi and Arnau Carulla, La Guerra Civil en 2000 Carteles (The Civil War in 2000 Posters), 1999.

José Manuel Erbez, 14 March 2000


Republican Left 1937

Izquierda Republicana

[Republican Left 1937 (Spain)]
by José Manuel Erbez

Flag shown in a poster edited by Izquierda Republicana (Republican Left) in 1937. It is the Spanish republican flag bearing in its center a curious emblem made up with those of the political forces supporting the Republic against the rebels: the communists (hammer and sickle), the socialists (red star), the anarchists (red and black colours), the nationalists (Catalan bars and Basque crosses) and Izquierda Republicana (letters IR). The text says: "The flag of victory". Source: Jordi and Arnau Carulla, La Guerra Civil en 2000 Carteles (The Civil War in 2000 Posters), 1999.

José Manuel Erbez, 14 March 2000


Spanish Communist Party

Partido Comunista de España

[Spanish Communist Party 1930s (Spain)]
by Jaume Ollé

This is a flag of the communist party during the Spanish Civil War, currently under custody by the Spanish communist party.

Jaume Ollé, 1 February 1999


Socialist Party

Partido Socialista

[Partido Socialista 1930s (Spain)]
by Jaume Ollé

The image of the socialist party's flag is taken from a picture. The identification of the flag is unsure because I don't know any party called only Socialist Party, rather Spanish Socialist Workers' Party. I believe that the PS can be one of the parties that merged to originate the PSUC (Unified Socialist Party of Catalonia), but I don't know well the history of this party.

Jaume Ollé, 1 February 1999


Unified Socialist Youth

Juventudes Socialistas Unificadas

[Unified Socialist Youth 1930s (Spain)]

[Unified Socialist Youth 1930s (Spain)]

[Unified Socialist Youth 1930s (Spain)]
all three by José Manuel Erbez

Three variants of the flag of the Juventudes Socialistas Unificadas (Unified Socialist Youth), from different posters. Source: Jordi and Arnau Carulla, La Guerra Civil en 2000 Carteles (The Civil War in 2000 Posters), 1999.

José Manuel Erbez, 14 March 2000


General Worker's Union 1937

Unión General de Trabajadores (UGT) / socialist trade union

[General Worker's Union 1937 (Spain)]
by José Manuel Erbez

Flag shown in a poster edited by the Unión General de Trabajadores (Worker's General Union, the socialist trade union) around 1937. Source: Jordi and Arnau Carulla, La Guerra Civil en 2000 Carteles (The Civil War in 2000 Posters), 1999.

José Manuel Erbez, 14 March 2000


Joint Flag of the Communist and Socialist Parties 1937

[Joint Flag of the Communist and Socialist Parties 1937 (Spain)]
by José Manuel Erbez

Flag shown in a poster of the Communist Party from 1937. Two soldiers in a friendly attitude under a red flag, crushing on fascist symbols. The flag bears a curious device, a mixture of the communist emblem (hammer and sickle) and that of the Spanish Socialist Workers Party (the anvil, the book, the inkpot and the pen). The text says: "The single party of the proletariat will crush fascism". Source: Jordi and Arnau Carulla, La Guerra Civil en 2000 Carteles (The Civil War in 2000 Posters), 1999.

José Manuel Erbez, 14 March 2000

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