A Guerrilla Diary of the Spanish Civil War

Ranked #94 in Spanish Civil War

In 1938, twenty-one year old Francisco Perez Lopez, born in Spain and raised in France and Algeria, joined the International Brigades to fight the Nationalist armies of Franco and became part of the bloodiest guerrilla war in Spanish history. His feats were remarkable. As the commander of the Brigades' First Death Platoon, as a jack-of-all-trades prisoner, and as the feared and admired guerrilla leader El Mexicano, Perez Lopez performed exploits that grew and spread in reputation throughout Spain --- until he became a legend. less

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