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A Falangist newspaper, Unidad, published a complimentary critique of the film, which stressed its technical and artistic perfection as well as its pedagogical value for the Spanish public:
Falangists subtly attempted to gain political ascendancy by modeling themselves and their party's political institutions on those of Hitler's Germany.
While Arne was winning Olympic Bronze in Berlin, both the Falangists and Republicans were begging foreign powers to intervene on their behalf.
More or less sympathetic treatments of the Spanish Falangists, Italian Fascists and German Nazis are still commonplace.
Like Spanish Falangists chanting "Vive la Morte", our young are being brainwashed to feel unreasonable fear, especially fear of death, and to seek pleasure and avoid pain at all times and at all costs.
Later on the Falangists, the mainstay of Franco's support, ran a campaign against Escriva, who by then had moved away from Spain.
In fact, he was director general of sports, parliamentary leader of Franco's Falangists and served as the dictator's ambassador to the Soviet Union.
For example, while at first the radical rhetoric of the Falangists overshadowed that of more conservative elements, all were committed to heavy state intervention in the economy.
In this short but substantive book, he examines his life in relation to those of the three great, gay Latino writers who inspired him: Manuel Puig, the Argentine novelist whose militant effeminacy made him persona non grata in his homeland; Reinaldo Arenas, the Cuban exile haunted until his death by the persecution he'd endured under Castro's regime; and Federico Garcia Lorca, the Spanish poet and dramatist murdered by Franco's Falangists.
Attacked by an alliance of Franco's Falangists, Hitler's Condor Legion and Mussolini's Blackshirt divisions, the wonder is that the Republic held out for three years.
His father, an exaggeratedly virile figure, had rejected the monarchism of his aristocratic family and joined the Falangists.
He returned and was reelected rector of the university in 1931 but was removed once again when, in October 1936, he denounced Francisco Franco's Falangists.