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Spain and the ETA

Edward Moxon-Browne

Spain and the ETA

the bid for Basque autonomy

by Edward Moxon-Browne

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Published by Centre for Security and Conflict Studies in London, England .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • ETA (Organization) -- History.,
  • Nationalism -- Spain -- País Vasco -- History.,
  • Terrorism -- Spain -- País Vasco -- History.,
  • País Vasco (Spain) -- History -- Autonomy and independence movements.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 17.

    StatementEdward Moxon-Browne.
    SeriesConflict studies -- 201.
    ContributionsCentre for Security and Conflict Studies (Great Britain)
    The Physical Object
    Pagination17 p. :
    Number of Pages17
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16611137M

      The article was submitted before the ETA bombing on 30 December at the airport Barajas (Madrid) in which two people were killed. The most systematic comparison is that of Peter Waldmann, Radicalismo Étnico (Madrid: Akal, ). Cynthia L. Irvin, in her book Militant Nationalism: Between Movement and Party in Ireland and the Basque Country (Minneapolis, MN: University of . A worker removes graffiti reading 'Gora ETA' (Long live ETA) in support of the group in downtown Pamplona, in northern Spain. ETA, considered a terrorist organization by the EU, was founded in

      One of the clear arguments that runs through Whitfield’s book is that, since the end of the Francoist regime, the subsequent Spanish governments from left to right mostly responded to ETA’s strategy of “all or nothing” with sheer intransigence, and a persistent desire to look for legal or extra-judicial options to destroy the organisation and to defeat the Basque nationalist left. The Eta: Spain's Basque Terrorists (Inside the World's Most Famous Terrorist Organizations) by Anderson, Wayne and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at .

    Browse Foreign Language Books > Spanish eBooks to read online or download in EPUB or PDF format on your mobile device and PC.   Spain has ruled out talks with the Basque separatist group Eta even as it welcomed an end to four decades of bombings and shootings following the group’s announcement it .


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Spain and the ETA by Edward Moxon-Browne Download PDF EPUB FB2

The ETA is committed to creating an ethnic Basque Spain and the ETA book independent of Spain. Once hailed as freedom fighters by many Spaniards for resisting the oppressive rule of the dictator Franco, in recent years the group has lost popularity as it has continued to launch its violent attacks against government figures and tourist destinations even /5(3).

"Endgame for ETA is a wonderful book - academically rigorous and well researched, yet engaging and accessible to the general reader. Avoiding simplistic arguments, Whitfield counterbalances the complex factors leading to ETA's demise with a sober critique of Spain's by:   Originally founded in in opposition to Spanish dictator Franco’s suppression of regional identities, ETA persisted with its campaign of violence well into the 21st century, long after Spain.

I picked this book up in a small used bookstore in Barcelona, its shelves packed with English language books, hidden away on a beautiful street. Navarro has been hailed as one of the rising stars of Spain’s literature scene: in this novel, she tells the story of Chi-Huei, a Chinese son of immigrants, and his friend Sara, a girl intrigued by a Author: Leah Rachel Von Essen.

The assassination of Prime Minister Luis Carrero Blanco, also known by its code name Operación Ogro (English: Operation Ogre) had far-reaching consequences within the politics of l Carrero Blanco was killed in Madrid by the Basque separatist group ETA on 20 December The assassination is considered to have been the biggest attack against the Francoist State since the end.

Spain is a varied country, in its landscapes, languages, culture and cuisine, but in compiling this list I became aware that so much of its literature comes from Madrid and the. One of the best books set in Spain we’ve read is the classic, ‘The Shadow of the Wind’ (‘La Sombra del Viento’) by Carlos Ruiz Zafón.

It is set in Barcelona during the s in the period following the Spanish Civil War (). tY tI d d d d tY tY c c d d tY tY B t t t t t t tY tY d d d d tI tI c c d d tY tY t t c c tI tI t t tI tI t t t t t t >?!.

t t d d tY tY t t t t t t t t t t t t t t. “ETA is a small problem in the world but a big problem in Spain,” he says in English that remains halting despite the year he spent at New York University’s King Juan Carlos of Spain Center, where he wrote a book about Spanish terrorism.

“ETA is still the greater threat today, but. Basque nationalism, often involving unrest and violence by and against the ETA, has continued, but the ETA lost significant popular support beginning in the s.

InSpanish and French officials agreed on joint measures to crack down on the terrorist group; a cease-fire (–99) by the ETA failed to lead to a peace accord. COVID Resources. Reliable information about the coronavirus (COVID) is available from the World Health Organization (current situation, international travel).Numerous and frequently-updated resource results are available from this ’s WebJunction has pulled together information and resources to assist library staff as they consider how to handle coronavirus.

The best pieces of literature in any language are timeless and universal. They endure because of their unique ability to appeal to the human experience that we share, regardless of country, culture and time period.

These works are written in an artful manner combining compelling storytelling with well-crafted descriptions—all while simultaneously pointing towards the moral compass inherent.

Eta member jailed for 92 years for plot to kill Spanish king Eneko Gogeaskoetxea Arronategui planned to throw grenades at Juan Carlos during Guggenheim Museum opening in Published: 6 May Basque, Spanish Vasco, or Vascongado, Basque Euskaldunak, or Euskotarak, member of a people who live in both Spain and France in areas bordering the Bay of Biscay and encompassing the western foothills of the Pyrenees Mountains.

In the late 20th century probably abouttrue Basques lived in Spain andin France; as many asBasques may live in emigrant communities outside. An Anti-feminist Treatise of Fifteenth Century Spain) by Luis Ramírez de Lucena. Numerous examples from medieval Spanish literature and folklore echoed the same themes (e.g., Juan Manuel’s Count Lucanor and Juan Ruiz’s Book of Good Love).

The 15th century. The early 15th century witnessed a renewal of poetry under Italian influence. The news reflected what has been evident for years, that ETA is a spent force, its ranks decimated by arrests, its popularity minimal in the Basque region along Spain’s north coast.

Get this from a library. The ETA: Spain's Basque terrorists. [Wayne Anderson] -- Discusses the origins, philosophy, and most notorious attacks of the Basque separatist group ETA, including their present activities, possible plans, and counter-terrorism efforts directed against.

The violent Basque separatist group ETA took shape in Franco's Spain, yet claimed the majority of its victims under democracy. For most Spaniards it became an aberration, a criminal and terrorist band whose persistence defied explanation. Spain's Basque ETA separatists disband after 6-decade fight.

May 3, / AM / AP MADRID-- The Basque separatist group ETA said it. The funeral of three Guardia Civil police officers killed by the Basque separatist group ETA, Vittoria, Spain, Septem When, last month, the Basque armed separatist group ETA issued an apology ahead of its imminent dissolution, it also had to provide that apology with an explanatory note.

The art of apology is never an armed group’s strong suit. Great book about the way Spain has dealt with GAL and ETA, organizations associated with terrorism and/or freedom fighting. This book has some penetrating accounting and interviewed of the people involved on both sides of these nationalistic conflicts.

If you are interested in the Basque or political violence, this book is interesting/5(4).ETA members were constantly martyred during heightened periods of tension in the s, following Franco’s death and the democratization of Spain when “high-ranking Spanish politicians and civil servants” created “Grupos Antiterroristas de Liberacion (GAL), death squads who killed, took hostage, and illegally arrested supposed ETA.Blanco was abducted by an Eta commando in Julyheld for 48 hours while Eta demanded that all its prisoners be transferred to the Basque country, and finally taken to this forest.