Revolution and counterrevolution in Catalonia - Carlos Semprún Maura

First published in France in 1974, a “critical analysis of the bureaucratization of the CNT, with regard to both the political as well as the economic terrain”, bureaucratization which the author claims was “total and complete”, with discussions of certain historical turning points and watershed moments (e.g., the militarization of the militias, the May Events and the overthrow of the Council of Aragon), and extensive passages quoted from eyewitness accounts (e.g., Marcel Ollivier’s Les journées sanglantes de Barcelone), newspaper articles and official documents that have not previously appeared in English translation.

Submitted by Alias Recluse on February 25, 2015

Translated in November 2014-February 2015.

Comments

Steven.

9 years 3 months ago

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Submitted by Steven. on February 25, 2015

This looks great!

If you did this in a Word document though, any chance you could upload a mobi and epub version for better use with your readers? You can convert them easily from a doc file on a website like www.2epub.com

Flava O Flav

9 years 3 months ago

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Submitted by Flava O Flav on February 26, 2015

Ditto on the mobi version.

Alias Recluse

9 years 2 months ago

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Submitted by Alias Recluse on February 26, 2015

I converted word doc to epub and mobi files on www.2epub.com and added them to the file list. Is something amiss? I don't have mobi reader app but I have epub reader app and the epub version looks ok except for a few formatting problems.

Flava O Flav

9 years 2 months ago

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Submitted by Flava O Flav on February 27, 2015

Cheers. The mobi one looks good anyway.

Steven.

9 years 2 months ago

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Submitted by Steven. on February 27, 2015

Many thanks alias!

iexist

It doesn't work on Chrome

Iexist, mobi files don't work in chrome, they are for kindles, nor do epub files which are for other e-readers. If you're using chrome, look at the PDF

Steven.

9 years 2 months ago

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Submitted by Steven. on February 28, 2015

iexist

Steven.

Many thanks alias!

iexist

It doesn't work on Chrome

Iexist, mobi files don't work in chrome, they are for kindles, nor do epub files which are for other e-readers. If you're using chrome, look at the PDF

PDF sends me to the something broke page.

well it works fine for me in Internet Explorer and chrome. Anyone else having problems?

Flava O Flav

9 years 2 months ago

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Submitted by Flava O Flav on March 1, 2015

Works for me in chrome.

William R. Rivera

8 years 6 months ago

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Submitted by William R. Rivera on November 28, 2015

Iexist, mobi files don't work in chrome, they are for kindles, nor do epub files which are for other e-readers. If you're using chrome, look at the PDF

Sleeper

8 years 5 months ago

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Submitted by Sleeper on November 28, 2015

It only works in PDF. Use that format as an attachment for now, and everyone should be able to read/download it.

Thank you comrade

radicalgraffiti

8 years 5 months ago

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Submitted by radicalgraffiti on November 29, 2015

the epub works perfectly fine, you just need an ereader or software to open it. tested with moon+ reader on android. please dont comment on if stuff works if you dont know how to use it in the first place

gram negative

8 years 5 months ago

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Submitted by gram negative on November 29, 2015

yeah, pdf isn't great for everything, especially mobile reading. epub and mobi are much easier to read and there are a variety of free ereader apps available to use. i can say that moon+ reader is my favorite for epubs, though i do have the paid version

klas batalo

6 years 10 months ago

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Submitted by klas batalo on July 1, 2017

https://es.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carlos_Semprún

this guy seemed to turn back to his family roots and became a liberal pro-democratic capitalist later in life