This is an appendix to the webliography The Spanish Civil War and Revolution 1936-1939:

 Foreword and Overview articles


 Web sites

 Books (or chapters) and pamphlets online

 Films and Posters/Photos


 Appendiks 1: On Capas photograph “Falling Soldier”

 Appendiks 2: Ken Loachs film Land and Freedom

 Appendiks 3: Andrés Nin & POUM

See also: Den spanske borgerkrig og revolution 1936-39 (Danish references); Appendix: Om Capas fotografi “Faldende soldat

On Robert Capa, see Timeline 24 May 1954 (Modkraft Library]

Falling Soldier

On “Falling Soldier”

The Falling Soldier (

Exhibition: This Is War!: Robert Capa at Work – Gerda Taro – On the Subject of War: Barbican Art Gallery reflects on conflict and its visual representation (London, 17 October 2008 – 25 January 2009).
Incl.: Description – Critics Reviews – History of Magnum – Robert Capa Biography – Gerda Taro biography & 7 Images.
See Danish press review (, 3. oktober 2008).

Review: Robert Capa and Gerda: Taroturing moments of suffering and resistance. By Lindsey German (Socialist Worker, Issue 2124, 25 October 2008).

Proving that Robert Capa’s “Falling Soldier” is genuide – a detective story. By Richard Whelan (American Masters; Frank Capa; 2002).

Face to face with the Spanish Revolution: A rare exhibition of photographs by Robert Capa. By Vicky Short (World Socialist Web Site, 1 April 1999).

Robert Capa’s Hope: Capturing the good fight. Review article by Susie Linfield (Boston Review, April/May 2005).


Robert Capa (Spartacus Educational)

 Robert Capa (

See also:

Robert Capa – Spanish Civil War (

 Photographs by Robert Capa (with music only, 4:19 min.). “Photos from the legendary war photographer Robert Capa. A presentation for my Spanish 488 class at the University of Michigan.”

The Mexican Suitcase (The Museum at International Center of Photography; Recent Acquisitions, 30 January 2008).
“A cache of over 3,500 negatives of the Spanish Civil War by Robert Capa, Gerda Taro, and David Seymour (“Chim”) … The negatives, made between 1936 and 1939 … became known collectively as the “The Mexican Suitcase … ICP hopes at some point to create an exhibition and publication with its discoveries, and to make the material accessible to visiting scholars and online.”

Opening the Mexican suitcase. By David Beale (Socialism Today, Issue 167, April 2013). Review of Gerda Taro and David Seymour, The Mexican Suitcase: the legendary Spanish civil war negatives of Robert Capa (Steidl, 2010)

More photos from the Spanish Revolution & Civil War ; on Section Posters & Photos

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