2 edition of Burgos justice found in the catalog.
Antonio Ruiz Vilaplana
|Statement||[by] Ruiz Vilaplana ; translated by W. Horsfall Carter.|
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|Pagination||x, 258p. ;|
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Burgos justice;: A year's experience of nationalist Spain; Hardcover – by Antonio Ruiz Vilaplana (Author) See all 2 formats and editions Hide other formats and editions. Price New from Used from Hardcover "Please retry" Author: Antonio Ruiz Vilaplana.
The author was Commissioner of Justice in Burgos at the outbreak of the civil war and continued in this post under Franco. After a year he became disgusted with Rebel justice, fled to France and wrote this book. In it he gives vivid descriptions of the personality and political position of Franco and Burgos justice book the behavior of the Germans and Italians fighting for him.
Genre/Form: History: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Ruiz Vilaplana, Antonio, Burgos justice. New York, A.A.
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The book consists of seventy-five folios, twenty-two of which remain blank. It was made for Sir Seaán mac Oliver Bourke, the McWilliam of Mayo from to Place of origin: Connacht.
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It reaches to all his territorial field, in the civil orders, penal, contentious-administrative and social, without prejudice to Authorized by: Superior Court of Justice.
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