Ungodly Subjects: Protestants in National-Catholic Spain, 1939–53

  title={Ungodly Subjects: Protestants in National-Catholic Spain, 1939–53},
  author={M. Vincent},
  journal={European History Quarterly},
  pages={108 - 131}
  • M. Vincent
  • Published 2015
  • Sociology
  • European History Quarterly
This article examines the little-known history of the Protestant minority in Spain in the years after Franco’s victory in 1939, looking at the reality of Catholic ‘unity’ and the position of the internal ‘other’ under National-Catholicism – the hegemonic ideological expression of Franco’s Spain. Arguing that, rather than substituting for fascism, National-Catholicism in fact served as a transitional rhetoric, the article examines the anti-Protestant campaigns of the late 1940s, illuminating the… Expand
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