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War, Judgment, and Memory in the Basque Borderlands, 1914–1945 (review)

War, Judgment, and Memory in the Basque Borderlands, 1914–1945 (review) journal of world history, december 2009 memories of the interviewed survivors and their families. Gould and Lauria-Santiago also write with a comparative eye on other agro-export and indigenous zones in Latin America and the Caribbean where parallels to the Salvadoran case can be drawn. In sum, To Rise in Darkness provides a multifaceted study that highlights the grassroots struggles of the ladino and indigenous rural laboring classes in the late 1920s and 1930s as they articulated with leftist parties, an increasingly repressive state, and a dominant racist ideology among the country's agricultural capitalist class. This extraordinary account of mass rebellion will be a major force in Latin American History and studies of revolution as well as a rich resource for students and scholars for years to come. paul almeida Texas A&M University War, Judgment, and Memory in the Basque Borderlands, 1914­1945. By sandra ott. Reno: University of Nevada Press, 2008. 288 pp. $39.95 (cloth). One of my favorite college professors used to say, "If you want to see how you will respond during especially trying times, observe how you react during normal times," and "The values we honor in our everyday lives are the ones that we draw http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of World History University of Hawai'I Press

War, Judgment, and Memory in the Basque Borderlands, 1914–1945 (review)

Journal of World History , Volume 20 (4) – Dec 23, 2009

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journal of world history, december 2009 memories of the interviewed survivors and their families. Gould and Lauria-Santiago also write with a comparative eye on other agro-export and indigenous zones in Latin America and the Caribbean where parallels to the Salvadoran case can be drawn. In sum, To Rise in Darkness provides a multifaceted study that highlights the grassroots struggles of the ladino and indigenous rural laboring classes in the late 1920s and 1930s as they articulated with leftist parties, an increasingly repressive state, and a dominant racist ideology among the country's agricultural capitalist class. This extraordinary account of mass rebellion will be a major force in Latin American History and studies of revolution as well as a rich resource for students and scholars for years to come. paul almeida Texas A&M University War, Judgment, and Memory in the Basque Borderlands, 1914­1945. By sandra ott. Reno: University of Nevada Press, 2008. 288 pp. $39.95 (cloth). One of my favorite college professors used to say, "If you want to see how you will respond during especially trying times, observe how you react during normal times," and "The values we honor in our everyday lives are the ones that we draw

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Published: Dec 23, 2009

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