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The five year period following the proclamation of the Republic in April 1931 was marked by physical assaults upon the property and public ritual of the Spanish Catholic Church These attacks were generally carried out by rural and urban anticlerical workers who were frustrated by the Republic’s practical inability to tackle the Church’s vast power On 17– 18 July 1936 a right wing military rebellion divided Spain geographically provoking the radical fragmentation of power in territory which remained under Republican authority The coup marked the beginning of a conflict which developed into a full scale civil war Anticlerical protagonists with the reconfigured structure of political opportunities working in their favour participated in an unprecedented wave of iconoclasm and violence against the clergy During the first six months of the conflict innumerable religious buildings were destroyed and almost 7000 religious personnel were killed To date scholarly interpretations of these violent acts were linked to irrationality criminality and primitiveness However the reasons for these outbursts arecomplex and deep rooted Spanish popular anticlericalism was undergoing a radical process of reconfiguration during the first three decades of the twentieth century During a period of rapid social cultural and political change anticlerical acts took on new – explicitly political – meanings becoming both a catalyst and a symptom of social change After 17–18 July 1936 anticlerical violence became a constructive force for many of its protagonists an instrument with which to build a new society This book explores the motives mentalities and collective identities of the groups involved in anticlericalism during the pre war Spanish Second Republic and the Spanish Civil War and is essential reading for all those interested in twentieth century Spanish history Published in association with the Cañada Blanch Centre for Contemporary Spanish StudiesThe five year period following the proclamation of the Republic in April 1931 was marked by physical assaults upon the property and public ritual of the Spanish Catholic Church These attacks were generally carried out by rural and urban anticlerical workers who were frustrated by the Republic’s practical inability to tackle the Church’s vast power On 17– 18 July 1936 a right wing military rebellion divided Spain geographically provoking the radical fragmentation of power in territory which remained under Republican authority The coup marked the beginning of a conflict which developed into a full scale civil war Anticlerical protagonists with the reconfigured structure of political opportunities working in their favour participated in an unprecedented wave of iconoclasm and violence against the clergy During the first six months of the conflict innumerable religious buildings were destroyed and almost 7000 religious personnel were killed To date scholarly interpretations of these violent acts were linked to irrationality criminality and primitiveness However the reasons for these outbursts arecomplex and deep rooted Spanish popular anticlericalism was undergoing a radical process of reconfiguration during the first three decades of the twentieth century During a period of rapid social cultural and political change anticlerical acts took on new – explicitly political – meanings becoming both a catalyst and a symptom of social change After 17–18 July 1936 anticlerical violence became a constructive force for many of its protagonists an instrument with which to build a new society This book explores the motives mentalities and collective identities of the groups involved in anticlericalism during the pre war Spanish Second Republic and the Spanish Civil War and is essential reading for all those interested in twentieth century Spanish history Published in association with the Cañada Blanch Centre for Contemporary Spanish StudiesThe five year period following the proclamation of the Republic in April 1931 was marked by physical assaults upon the property and public ritual of the Spanish Catholic Church These attacks were generally carried out by rural and urban anticlerical workers who were frustrated by the Republic’s practical inability to tackle the Church’s vast power On 17– 18 July 1936 a right wing military rebellion divided Spain geographically provoking the radical fragmentation of power in territory which remained under Republican authority The coup marked the beginning of a conflict which developed into a full scale civil war Anticlerical protagonists with the reconfigured structure of political opportunities working in their favour participated in an unprecedented wave of iconoclasm and violence against the clergy During the first six months of the conflict innumerable religious buildings were destroyed and almost 7000 religious personnel were killed To date scholarly interpretations of these violent acts were linked to irrationality criminality and primitiveness However the reasons for these outbursts arecomplex and deep rooted Spanish popular anticlericalism was undergoing a radical process of reconfiguration during the first three decades of the twentieth century During a period of rapid social cultural and political change anticlerical acts took on new – explicitly political – meanings becoming both a catalyst and a symptom of social change After 17–18 July 1936 anticlerical violence became a constructive force for many of its protagonists an instrument with which to build a new society This book explores the motives mentalities and collective identities of the groups involved in anticlericalism during the pre war Spanish Second Republic and the Spanish Civil War and is essential reading for all those interested in twentieth century Spanish history Published in association with the Cañada Blanch Centre for Contemporary Spanish Studies