Peace and conflict: Europe and beyond by Alexander I.. Gray, Ibrahim Al-Marashi

By Alexander I.. Gray, Ibrahim Al-Marashi

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The truth of the matter is that people were shot during the Civil War because they had links with parties or trade unions of the Left. It was a kind of eugenic policy. * * * * The concept of victim embraces more than just those who died. First, it includes those who were shot and imprisoned by the National Forces — military or fascist groups. Second, it includes those usually forgotten, the indirect victims: relatives (especially women and children, deep in their sorrow), people excluded in their own communities, the ill-treated, the tortured, the humiliated, the punished, and those who are usually in a very difficult economic situation.

Through these practices families receive and feel the support of their neighbors and reconstruct their roles in society8. 8 FERNÁNDEZ DE MATA, I. 2003. ‘Disinterring the Spanish Civil War. Encountering the Victims’. UU), cosponsored by the Latin American and Iberian Studies Program and Legacies of Authoritarianism Program. 27 October 2003. FERNÁNDEZ DE MATA, I. 1997. De la vida, del amor y la muerte. Burgos: Librería Berceo. FOSTER, G. M. 2003. La cultura tradicional en España y América. Sevilla: Signatura Demos.

EXHUMING BONES, REINTEGRATING MEMORIES: THE FORGOTTEN VICTIMS OF THE ... 45 some collective graves have been localized and opened. In some cases, it is extremely difficult to identify individuals due to the large number of corpses in these mass graves10. There is an ongoing juridical struggle between social movements and the national government — social activists demand that the government be responsible for DNA analysis, an expensive practice at this time. If this is not possible, the families will accept a collective burial including all of the names of those who were shot.

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