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Franco’s invisible legacy: books across the hispanic world are still scarred by his censorship

Between 1936 and 1966, every single book published in Spain had to be submitted to a national board of censors for examination. Image: REUTERS/Albert Gea

Jordi Cornellà-Detrell

Senior Lecturer in Hispanic Studies, , University of Glasgow

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Francisco Franco, 1964 Image: Biblioteca Virtual de Defensa via Wikimedia Commons

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