The collectivisations of 1936

After the coup d’état that led to the Spanish Civil War, Catalonia remained under Republican legitimacy and the official institutions, parties, trade unions, and the people, all together, saw the opportunity to implement very progressive reforms, among which the most innovative and important was probably the collectivisation of companies and industries, putting the workers in charge. In this video you can learn more about this often forgotten part of our history.

  1. Joan Santacruz CarlúsJoan Santacruz Carlús says:
  2. alicia Coiduras Charlesalicia Coiduras Charles says:

    Un capítol de l’historia poc conegut i alhora més que interessant,com sempre tot allò que és bo s’acaba fent malt bé per l’avarícia

    • Jennifer Roca Civit says:

      Bona tarda, Alícia. Ens fa feliç que t’hagi agradat la manera d’explicar la història tal com l’explica el nostre company i agent Marc. Ens veiem per la plaça, Alícia!

      3 years ago

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