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La rebelión invertida del «culto Doctor D. José Fernández-Vega»: un caso de justicia al revés del primer franquismo

Abstract : This study offers an original presentation of Doctor Fernández Vega's (civil Governor of Malaga) tragic experience, during a period from 1931 to 1942. The year 1931 corresponds to the moment when he got involved in izquierda republicana political party, while the year 1942 is marked by his execution sentenced allegedly for rebellion against the 1936 Pronunciamiento. Over a period of eleven years punctuated by his political commitments, his Movimiento resistance, his exiles in France and his arrest, Doctor Fernandez-Vega’s life path brings to light the Spanish socio-political context, from the advent of the 2nd Republic to the Nationalist victory, while also considering the Frente Popular Success, the Asturian revolution and the black Andalusian spring. The Doctor Fernandez-Vega’s personal experience and the national context allow to analyze the penal system in the early years of Franco’s regime, focused on a systematic purge.
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Mélanie Trédez-Lopez. La rebelión invertida del «culto Doctor D. José Fernández-Vega»: un caso de justicia al revés del primer franquismo. Cahiers de civilisation espagnole contemporaine (de 1808 au temps présent), Histoire politique, économique, sociale et culturelle, Centre de recherches ibériques et ibéro-américaines, 2021, 26, ⟨10.4000/ccec.12100⟩. ⟨hal-03536628⟩

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